Eoncoat is a corrosion resistant coating that yields a corrosion proof substrate, making it 5x more corrosion resistant than leading corrosion paints. It is different because it does not sit on top of the substrate, the way polymer coatings do. It chemically reacts with metal to create a corrosion proof surface that is part of the substrate.
EonCoat works by turning the surface of the metal into a complex of stable oxides. Once the surface of the metal is stable (the way gold and silver are stable) the material will no longer react with the environment and form rust.
EonCoat Test Chamber
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EonCoat is sprayed on using simple plural spray equipment, and dries in minutes allowing for high build in one coat. Data reported on EonCoat is based on using EonCoat as a standalone product (unless otherwise stated), without a topcoat. As a standalone product, EonCoat is 5x more corrosion resistant than leading industrial coatings, requires less prep and only one coat.
As a primer, EonCoat's performance is excellent. EonCoat has an inert porous surface with a pH of about 11, so most paints bond easily with it.
EonCoat creates a stable magnesium iron phosphate layer chemically bonded to the substrate that does not react. Adding a topcoat that reduces the amount of water that reaches the EonCoat passive layer would logically further reduce the possibility of ever seeing corrosion. Testing reveals that a top coat also enables EonCoat to provide anodic protection as well although the mechanism is not clearly understood yet.