Water is a persistent, pervasive substance.
Even on a coated steel surface, it will find a way to corrode the underlying metal. This frustrating phenomenon seems to happen more rapidly than most would predict. Many coatings make use of sacrificial elements, such as Zinc, to delay this degradation. These “sacrificial” coatings merely delay the inevitable.
- NeverWet™ coatings have demonstrated an improvement in corrosion prevention that is 4 to 6 times better than the leading coated steel surface.
- We test our coatings using extreme corrosive environments—a salt fog chamber.
- We compare our coatings to top-of-the-line commercial polyurethane coatings used on bridges and infrastructure everywhere.