About Our Corrosion Resistant Performance Coatings | EonCoat

EonCoat Products & Specifications

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Produced in a manufacturing facility near the Research Triangle in Wilson, North Carolina, EonCoat industrial corrosion resistant coating represents the culmination of 20 years of research by the US Department of Energy at one of the nation's most prestigious labs, Argonne National Laboratories. The original R&D objective was to create a method of shielding radioactive waste. The underlying technology received the prestigious R&D 100 award on 2 occasions.

Having recognized untapped potential in the commercial application of this technology, it was purchased by EonCoat LLC, whose founder spent 30 years owning and operating companies in power generation, including nuclear power. After years of additional R&D, EonCoat ceramic barriers created for broader commercial and industrial applications is now available.

EonCoat Predator System Training

This short video provides details on equipment and spraying EonCoat with the Predator System.

EonCoat Coatings Lasts Longer Than Polymer Coatings

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EonCoat is completely inorganic and lasts the way other inorganic things, like rocks, last. There are no carbon chains to break down so it cannot corrode.

Before EonCoat nearly all coatings were organic “polymers,” which comes from the Greek words, poly (meaning many) and meros (meaning parts).

Polymers are chains of many parts that are all the same linked together by a backbone. The backbone of organic polymers is carbon atoms. Polymers, long chains of carbon atoms with various things attached at different points to the carbon atom, break down with time and heat. For example, breaking down the carbon chains is the way we make gasoline from crude oil. We break down, or crack, the carbon chains.

Exposure to heat, sunlight and the passage of time causes all carbon chains and thus all polymers, including polymer paints and coatings, to break down. Because EonCoat is inorganic and has no carbon chains it doesn’t break down, and lasts longer than polymer coatings.