Report Shows Amerlock 400 To Be Cost-Effective Maintenance And Repair Coating

A recently published report, "High Solid Systems for Industrial Maintenance and Repair: Technical and Economic Analysis," adds support as to why Amerlock 400 has so quickly established itself as one of the world's leading M&R coatings. Amerlock 400 has achieved a remarkable record of acceptance in virtually every industrial environment since its introduction in 1983.

According to the manufacturer, 75 percent of the companies who have tried it order it again.

In sharp contrast to conventional coatings systems which require rigorous surface preparation and multicoats for short-term protection, Amerlock 400 can be applied to minimally prepared surfaces, including intact old paint and tightly adhering rust in one easy-to-apply coating.

Amerlock 400 is a self-priming topcoat which provides extended-term protection and is available in a broad spectrum of Rapid Response Colors. A simple tint of a premanufactured base provides as few or as many gallons as needed.

According to Dr. Raymond Foscante, technical director of the Ameron Protective Coatings Division, "Years of Ameron research and development have culminated in the Amerlock concept whereby the advantages of epoxy resin chemistry have been realized in a coating composition which facilitates one-coat, high-build applications." To obtain a full-color brochure and the report reprint, "High Solids Systems for Industrial Maintenance and Repair: Technical and Economic Analysis," Circle 30 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 46,  Sep 1985 GAVIO HYDRAULICS

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