Inorganic Coatings Offers Brochure On IC 531, Zinc Silicate Technology

Inorganic Coatings, Inc., Malvern, Pa., has published a 20-page, full-color brochure that focuses on IC 531, water-based high-ratio zinc silicate technology that was developed by NASA.

The brochure first traces the history and performance of waterbased zinc silicates from the 1940s to their culmination in NASA's breakthrough high-ratio technology.

Benefits and innovations in coating made possible with the high-ratio technology are then pointed out throughout the publication.

In addition to offering virtually permanent protection from corrosion, high-ratio IC 531 eliminates the cure process and offers numerous other benefits, including: zero VOCs, clean-up with water, and no toxic chemical waste; ready for topcoating or service in two hours or less; a hard adhesive finish which means less touch-up and a better overall job; mudcrack and overspray resistance; easy mixing and application properties; and infinite maintainability by repairing or recoating with itself.

Bulletins from a series of case studies on IC 531 are also available from Inorganic Coatings.

For further information and a free copy of the Inorganic Coatings brochure, Circle 59 on Reader Service Card

Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 67,  Sep 1990

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