Development and Progress of Anti-Corrosive Coating in the Marine Atmosphere
The transition of rust preventive coating in the Japanese marine atmosphere is presented focusing on coating system, coating technology and evaluation technique. The paper reports the research projects and the data measured in the first year regarding the research of durable rust-preventive coating technology in the marine atmosphere carried our in Research Facilities of Marine Test installed in Suruga Bay.
KeywordsCoating System Epoxy Resin Coating Marine Atmosphere Zinc Chromate Large Bridge
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