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Coating thickness valve standard reference

Coating thickness valve standard reference

Coating thickness valve standard reference

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Dear Engineer and inspectors,


Good afternoon !
Nice to meet you in here.

by the way, I need information more about standard coating thickness for valve inspection. If you have reference for this, mate?

Looking forward to hear from you?

Thanks
Rio

RE: Coating thickness valve standard reference

What sort of coating? External paint? Wear resistant? Clarification of the actual coating specification for the contract would be helpful.

Steve Jones
Corrosion Management Consultant

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RE: Coating thickness valve standard reference

Dear Rio Risnaldi,

Normally, all CS, ferritic chrome alloy and ductile iron valves are painted as per manufacturer's standard.

SS valves need not be painted.

Regards.

DHURJATI SEN
Kolkata, India

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