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EonCoat's Protection Properties

What makes EonCoat different is the level of protection it provides. Originally developed for nuclear and military uses, EonCoat is not simply advanced performance paint. It is a new technology. The coating actually bonds with the substrate to form a dense, protective ceramic coating in minutes. And unlike other ceramics EonCoat is ductile, which means it has a level of flexibility, allowing it to flex with steel when necessary.

This protective coating can withstand extreme industrial conditions. Performance includes 0% flame-spread fire retardant, waterproofing, abrasion protection, and steam/high pressure wash-down protection.

EonCoat Superior Protection

  • Abrasion Resistance

    Abrasion Resistance

    More abrasion resistant than epoxies
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  • Chemical Resistance

    Chemical Resistance

    Nearly insoluble to most chemical attacks
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  • Flame Resistance

    Flame Resistance

    With a flame spread rating of zero, EonCoat provides resistance beyond fire retardant
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  • Corrosion Resistance

    Corrosion Protection

    5X more corrosion resistant than leading corrosion paints/coatings.
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EonCoat Corrosion Test Chamber

19 Q panels each coated with a popular primer or topcoat. One panel is coated with EonCoat. Using a test modeled on NASA's seaspray test, all are sprayed daily with corrosive seawater.

Provide Layers of Protection in a Single Application

EonCoat Product

EonCoat builds a ceramic layer on top of the new stable surface in a single application. This layer is hard and extremely abrasion resistant and further protects the stable surface from anything that might damage it, including corrosion promoters. As a result, corrosion promoters (like oxygen and humidity) cannot get behind this corrosion resistant coating and migrate the way they can with ordinary paints.

This is a vast improvement over ordinary polymer paints. Polymer paints sit on top of the surface which once breached (even by the tiniest scratch), essentially promote corrosion by trapping in moisture.

Learn more about the corrosion resistant properties of EonCoat.