Anticorrosive coating thickness measurement

Anticorrosive paint is a type of paint used on the surface of an object to protect the inside of the object from corrosion. It is a kind of paint commonly used in industrial construction. It is widely used in aviation, shipbuilding, chemical industry, oil pipeline, steel structure, bridge, oil drilling platform and other fields, and is favored by the majority of construction manufacturers. Paint thickness meter can be used to test the coating thickness.
There are many types of anti-corrosion paints. According to the composition, they can be generally divided into: epoxy anti-corrosion paint, polyurethane anti-corrosion paint, acrylic anti-corrosion paint, inorganic anti-corrosion paint, perchloroethylene anti-corrosion paint, chlorinated rubber anti-corrosion paint, high-chlorinated polyethylene anti-corrosion paint; Uses can be divided into: anti-corrosion paint for pipelines, anti-corrosion paint for ships, anti-corrosion paint for metals, anti-corrosion paint for furniture, anti-corrosion paint for automobiles, anti-corrosion paint for rubber; according to the solvent can be divided into: water-based anti-corrosion paint, oil-based anti-corrosion paint;
Anticorrosive paint is a mixture of a variety of water-containing silicate minerals, the main chemical group is Al2O3 and SiO2 two oxides. Al2O3 is mainly derived from clay minerals. In addition to clay minerals, SiO2 also comes from particulate quartz. The closer the Al2O3 content and Al2O3/SiO2 ratio to the theoretical value of kaolinite minerals, the higher the purity of this type of clay.
It can be used under harsh conditions, and has good durability and weather resistance. It can be used for 10 or 15 years under harsh conditions such as ocean and underground, even in acid, alkali, salt and solvent media, and It can be used for more than 5 years under certain temperature conditions.