Press Release Summary:
Enviroline 380 ultra-high solids, thick-film epoxy coating exhibits chemical- and solvent-resistance in addition to abrasion- and impact-resistance. It does not require preheating prior to application and is suited for tank and pipe owners as well as contractors.
Original Press Release:
Enviroline Introduces Fast Cure, Easy to Use Epoxy
FT. LAUDERDALE, FLORIDA, FEBRUARY 14, 2005 Enviroline introduces the most user-friendly epoxy coating, a first of its kind in the industry, Enviroline 380. This ultra high solids thick film epoxy coating has all the great performance properties found in other Enviroline products, such as a single coat application, wide range of chemical and solvent resistance, excellent abrasion and impact resistance and an extremely fast cure. However, this coating is easier to apply: Enviroline 380 does not require preheating prior to application and provides a longer working pot life for a more versatile and user-friendly application.
Single coat, fast cure application significantly reduces downtime and application cost compared with conventional solvent based multi-coat epoxy linings, a characteristic of Enviroline Series products that tank and pipe Owners particularly appreciate. Now with more versatile application capabilities, Enviroline 380 is expected to become a favorite of Contractors as well.
Based in Pompano Beach, Florida, Enviroline Group is the manufacturer of Enviroline® Series products. These products provide long term durability as well as corrosion, high temperature and chemical resistance through high solids and fast cure technology. With nearly 50 years experience, Enviroline Group is a leading brand in high performance coatings and linings, delivering the finest innovative technical solutions for a variety of aggressive applications. Industrial Environmental Coatings Corporation is now doing business as Enviroline Group due to widespread international recognition of the Enviroline name. Visit Enviroline's web site at www.envirolinegroup.com for more information.