S a l w i c o O f f e r s L i t e r a t u re O n S a l - G l a s Protective P r i m e r l e s s M a r i n e C o a t i n gs

Sal-Glas protective coatings are now available from Salwico Glassflake, Inc., Hoboken, N.J., for use wherever corrosion, abrasion, and chemical resistance are required.

Needing no primer, Sal-Glas can be applied by brush, trowel, or airless spray rig on most metal, concrete, fiberglass, and wood surfaces, including the internals and externals of pumps, piping and valves. Technical service and application equipment are available.

Salwico literature d e s c r i b es Sal-Glas as consisting of 100 percent solid polyester or vinyl resins with inert glass flakes. Two coats yield a 30 to 40 mil. seamless monolithic lining with over 150 layers of micron-thick glass flakes. Designed for maximum protection in marine environments, Sal-Glas linings have wide use in other marine industries and applications, including power, chemicals, waste water, and sewage treatment, desalination, fertilizers, metal refining and finishing, pulp and paper, steel, textiles, food and beverages, and transportation.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 29,  Mar 15, 1983 Oklahoma

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