Press Release Summary:
- Protects machine from harmful substances and expanding the environments in which the machines can operate
- Formulated lacquer acts as chemical barrier, reducing wear and preventing rust from caustic soda, biodegradable dyes, salt, hydrogen peroxide and acetic acid
- Ideal for corrosive environments, like dyehouses, finishing plants, and textile processors
Original Press Release:
Merrow Introduces Marine Layer Coating to Withstand Harsh Environments
Fall River, MA - The newest in a long line of technical innovations, the Merrow Sewing Machine Company recently introduced a marine layer coating for nickel plated machines in their quest to continuously improve overall durability, reliability, and versatility. Merrow machines are used all around the world, and some have been functioning continuously for over 80 years. The marine layer coating pushes that durability even further, protecting machines from a variety of harmful substances and expanding the environments in which the machines can operate.
Inspired by undersea buoys that survive years of constant wear in saltwater, Merrow uses a similar chemical coating on their machines, allowing them to function reliably in caustic or wet environments. The specially-formulated lacquer acts as a chemical barrier, reducing wear and preventing rust from caustic soda, biodegradable dyes, salt, hydrogen peroxide, acetic acid, and more. It is ideal for any corrosive environments, like dyehouses, finishing plants, and textile processors. The coating offers a high glossy finish, bringing a sleek, professional look to any workplace.
The Merrow Sewing Machine Company has been a leader in the American stitching industry since 1838. Headquartered in Fall River, MA, the 250-employee business sells products globally, with a network of authorized dealers across 65 countries. Following their 180-year tradition of innovation, Merrow is committed to providing sewing machines that excel in presentation and performance.