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Paint systems for steel slurry tanks

, : Paint systems for steel slurry tanks. Landwards 51(4): 2-6

Five paint systems that are potentially suitable to inhibit further corrosion in steel slurry tank panels were investigated by exposing test samples to livestock slurry. It was found that epoxy coatings gave the best protection followed by urethane coatings, a combination of epoxy and urethane coating and that glass reinforced rust stabilizer coatings were least effective.

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