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Carboline wins award for anti-corrosion coatings

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Carboline has accepted the North American Anti-Corrosion Coatings New Product Innovation Award at Frost & Sullivan’s 2018 Best Practices Awards Gala. 

Frost & Sullivan is recognising Carboline for the newly introduced, best-in-class Carbozinc® 608 HB and Carboquick® 200 products. Carbozinc 608 HB is the industry's only hybrid zinc primer that can be applied at twice the thickness of traditional epoxy zinc primers. Carboquick 200 is a direct-to-metal (DTM) polyaspartic anti-corrosion coating, which is the first in a series of products focused on providing fast and easy-to-apply finish coats. 

"While Carbozinc 608 HB eliminates the need for an intermediate coat saving the customers time and money Carboquick 200 offers highly valued features such as two-hour dry to handle time, reduced need for a primer and/or intermediate coat, and excellent color and gloss retention. With its aggressive and efficient R&D strategy, the company has excelled in providing high-value, innovative products to its customer base," said Christeena Thomas, Senior Research Analyst, Frost & Sullivan.

These solutions provide greater efficiency in terms of application time and volume of material used, thereby creating a niche for Carboline in the anti-corrosion coatings market. The products’ simplified process and fewer application steps make them unique when compared to traditional and established products offered by competitors. Last, the customer-centric service models and technology development strategies have resulted in unparalleled loyalty among customers that depend on Carboline’s anti-corrosion coatings.

 

Read the article online at: https://www.worldpipelines.com/business-news/06122018/carboline-wins-award-for-anti-corrosion-coatings/

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