Protective coatings — economic considerations for the mining industry
CIM Bulletin, Vol. 72, No. 802, 1979
D.D. DOWNING Sales Manager, Corrosion Service Company Ltd. Toronto, Ont.
This paper is a review of material selection considerations concerning protective coatings in the mining industry. The discussion will cover both capital-dollar projects and maintenance requirements. Emphasis will be on industrial finishes for structural steel and process equipment subjected to aggressive atmospheres.The presentation will cover the total needs of a job, emphasizing not only the owner's requirement for a cost-effective system during plant operations, but also taking into consideration the short-term requirements of general contractors, steel fabricators, erection firms and paint contractors.
Corrosion, Materials Engineering, Coatings, Paint, Structural steel, Process equipment, Maintenance