Troweled coating

The COROFLAKE systems applied with trowel are coatings for the protection of metal- lic parts from aggressive media under permanent wet immersion. They are based on polyester and vinyl ester resins and are strengthened with micro-thin C-glass flakes. The resins used offer outstanding protection against chemicals, while the glass flakes, which are aligned parallel to the substrate, offer excellent permeation resistance. A nominal thickness of 2.0 mm is achieved with only two layers. These COROFLAKE troweled coatings can be used up to a wet temperature of 90 °C.


Spray coating

The COROFLAKE systems, used throughout the world and applied with airless spraying equipment, combine the chemical resistance of trowelled coatings with the simplicity given by spraying. They are based on vinyl ester and epoxy-novolac resins, polyester resins and are either strengthened with C-glass, mineral or graphite flakes. In a 1 mm layer, around 100 flakes are arranged one above another and therefore form an out- standing diffusion resistance. Depending on exposure, two or more layers are applied to the substrate.The total thickness of the coating depends on the exposure and can be up to 2.5 mm thick. COROFLAKE spray coatings offer long-term economical protection of plant and a long service life. High temperature-resistant COROFLAKE coatings can be used up to a maximum flue gas temperature of 230 °C.



For these 3 - 4 mm thick glass mat reinforced coatings, polyester, vinyl ester, epoxy and epoxy-novolac resins are used. These coatings are characterized by their resistance to corrosion combined with excellent impact strength and abrasion resistance. If nec- essary, they can also be supplied in an electrically conducting form. The surfaces are grippy but non-porous and need no additional sealing. They are primarily used in high- wear applications up to a wet temperature of 75 °C.


Through using the same resins as the TOPLINE series, the best possible resistance to chemicals is assured by the high proportion of resin. The coating structure is formed by application of a primer followed by a basecoat layer, at least two glass mats and a surface veil. A thick resin sealing coat finishes off this 3.0 to 5.0 mm thick laminate coating. By using strengthening glass mats and flexible base coat layers, cracks up to 0.2 mm wide can be bridged. The TIP TOP LINING offer good mechanical resistance properties at wet temperatures of up to 80 °C.


Polyurethane coatings for atmospheric corrosion protection

COROPUR is the brand name of our moisture-hardening one-component coating sys- tems that can be applied by hand painting, rolling and spray methods. As well as their simple application and high degree of resistance to moisture, COROPUR systems are characterized by their combination of high surface hardness with high degree of elas- ticity that gives many years of corrosion protection to steel components. COROPUR also cures at very low temperatures and therefore it is relatively insensitive to ambient conditions. In general, COROPUR is applied in at least 2 layers, each of around 50 - 80 m dry layer thickness. For corrosion protection of steel parts in accordance with EN ISO 12944-5 requirements (corrosivity categories C1 – C5-I and C5-M), COROPUR FERRO (intermedi- ate layer), COROPUR FERRO LS (cover layer) and COROPUR COVER RAL (cover layer), in combination with suitable primers, are mainly used.


Polyurethane coatings for water immersed steel structures

In general, COROPUR for hydraulic steel applications is applied in at least 3 layers, each of around 150 - 250 m dry layer thickness. For corrosion protection of hydrau- lic steel parts in accordance with EN ISO 12944-5 requirements (corrosivity categories lm1, lm2 and lm3 with fresh water, seawater and soil), COROPUR TAR, COROPUR TAR 21, COROPUR TF 21 and COROPUR NON ABRASIV, in combination with suitable primers, are mainly used.


Polyurea coatings

REMACOAT coatings are highly-reactive two-component spray coatings on a polyurea basis. They are applied using two-component high-pressure spray equipment. In con- junction with a suitable primer, REMACOAT is used as coating for steel, concrete, light alloys, plastics and many other base materials. REMACOAT is insensitive to moisture and also cures at very low temperatures, thus making it relatively insensitive to ambi- ent conditions. REMACOAT is available in hardnesses of 60 Shore A to 50 Shore D and can be used as multifunctional surface protection, for example for components seals, corrosion protection coatings, anti-caking protection and wear protection. Depending on the exposures encountered, the layer thicknesses can vary between 1.5 and 25 mm and can be applied in one layer. REMACOAT coatings harden immediately and can be walked on just a few minutes after application.


Flow coating

These are self-levelling synthetic resin coatings containing mineral fillers with – in gen- eral – smooth high-gloss surfaces and a layer thickness of 1 to 3 mm. Self-levelling coatings can be quickly applied and are available in many visually appealing colour variants. Matt and anti-slip surfaces can also be produced by the addition of suitable supplements. Epoxy and the vinyl ester resins constitute the vast majority of the applications.

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Troweled coating

Trowelled coatings split into those systems that are strengthened with glass-fiber mats, and high mineral content and manually applied coatings. Glass-fiber strength- ened systems possess a high mechanical loading capacity. They are the solution of choice when the substrate tends to form cracks, while the other trowel coatings are often used as anti-wear coverings

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Synthetic resin screeds

For the floorings that are subject to extreme mechanical loads, epoxy based synthetic resin screeds are recommended. Application in layer thicknesses of 6 to 20 mm can be done manually or by machine. Synthetic resin screeds can be applied simply, quickly and seamlessly.

Laminate Coating

Laminate coatings are combinations of reaction resins with fiber materials (glass-fiber mats, fabrics). They are characterized by highly mechanical durability and even layer thicknesses. Their high durability qualifies them, for example, for use in bridging cracks in concrete parts that are to be coated.

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