Two-Coat Polyaspartic Urethane Coatings Protect Virginia Steel Bridges For Over A Decade

From JPCL, January 2016

By Ahren Olson and Todd Williams, Covestro LLC; Mark Hudson, The Sherwin-Williams Company; C. Wayne Fleming, Virginia Department of Transportation

Over the past decade, more than 100 steel bridges in the state of Virginia have been repainted with two-coat polyaspartic urethane coatings. The authors discuss the advantages and disadvantages of using two-coat polyaspartic coatings for repainting of steel bridges....


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Tagged categories: Bridges; Coating Materials; Covestro; Performance testing; Polyaspartic; Two-component coatings

Comment from Osiris Mosley, (2/22/2016, 9:38 AM)

Good informative news to provide more effective coating systems.


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