Rust preventative paints, powder coating techniques, and plastic coatings only postpone the inevitable and, in some cases, facilitate the mechanical breakdown of structures. Corrosion resistant paints have been around for decades, but have demonstrated limited utility. The recent trends to powder or plastic coat metal surfaces to prevent corrosion have provided only marginal advantages.
Periodic Products’ polymer compounds are the only water-insoluble polymer coatings in the World that are known to chemically bond to metal.
The Company’s polymers uniquely bond through their strong electrochemical interactions to the metal surface. This results in more resiliency to mechanical disruption and a material that will expand and contract with the metal, thereby avoiding the expansion coefficient problem associated with plastic coated metals.