The US Army – Corrosion & Abrasion Resistance
Army LCU 2000 (Landing Craft Utility – Ships) require improved corrosion resistance of deck surfaces exposed to UV rays and tank vehicle abrasion. Army typically uses two-component epoxy topcoat, which begins to yellow and oxidize within 6 months of application. Corrosion sets-in due to poor abrasion and chip resistance caused from UV degradation. Nano-Clear dramatically improved corrosion, abrasion and prevents the underlying epoxy from UV degradation. Nano-Clear Coatings form a hard protective layer against weathering.
Carnival Cruise Lines (click)
Carnival Cruise Lines implementing Nano-Clear® Coatings to restore their entire fleet of lifeboats starting with 26 aboard the Cruise Ship Azura in 2015.
Nano-Clear for Industrial Applications was chosen to replace epoxy 2K black… Saving $625 per tank car.
The City of Auburn Hills purchased a new 10 yard tandem axle dump truck equipped with the latest technology… The fleet division decided to try Nano-Clear on this truck before it was put into service and “Green Earth Coatings” was contracted to apply the product… Shine Tech Inc. is Nano-Clear distributor to Green Earth Coatings.
Alumet – Leading Anodized Aluminum Manufacture
Nano-Clear for Industrial Applications is being utilized by Alumet in the Netherlands to reduce filaform corrosion, extend surface life and reduce surface maintenance of anodized aluminum for bridges. Alumet now extends warranties for aluminum fascia on bridges and building structures.