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Demineralized water tank coatings

Demineralized water tank coatings

Demineralized water tank coatings

Does anyone has experience in dealing with phenolic epoxy coatings and BisPhenol with epichlorohydrin coatings?

I would like to know which one is better coating for Demin tanks. Appreciate your comments

RE: Demineralized water tank coatings

What type of demin tanks are you referring to? What are the operating conditions?

RE: Demineralized water tank coatings

I've seen several field applied coatings tried on CS tanks in Demin Water and all were failures. We do have some piping with a baked on phenolic that are giving satisfactory service.
Our internal specs call for all tanks in Demin Water to be SS or Al.

Monitor thread116-237424: Demineralized water there maybe some information forth coming.  

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