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Concrete exposed to corrosive circumstances, such as exposure to de-icing solutions or maritime settings, is reinforced with epoxy coated rebar. The following structures use epoxy-coated rebar, mostly by
Epoxy Coated Rebar serves as a barrier system to stop moisture and chlorides from corroding the reinforcing bar’s surface. It improves corrosion resistance.
When reinforcements are exposed to accelerated corrosion, epoxy coated rebar is employed to offer additional protection. As concrete is used in a wider variety of applications in corrosion-prone areas, the utilisation of these bars has greatly increased.
The best defence against abrasion, turbulence, corrosive liquids, and severe temperatures is provided by epoxy coatings. Rebar that has an epoxy coating is not only strong but also resistant to a variety of corrosives. With regard to marine structures in particular, it offers corrosion resistance.
Fusion Bond has been applied to these kinds of bars. When the temperature of the atmosphere is normal, these coatings take the form of dry powder. After going through multiple chemical procedures, the powder is electrostatically applied to the surface of freshly cleaned, hot steel bars and then cured to produce a protective film.
Due to the protective film, the epoxy-coated rebars survive longer and improve the construction’s quality. A high pH environment must be adhered to, the coating must be consistent, and the epoxy coated TMT bar must be chemically stable.
The Global Epoxy-coated rebar market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
A Fusion Bonded Epoxy powder coating for rebar called Pureflex Fastcure purports to cure faster or at lower temperatures than conventional formulas. With its built-in rapid reactivity, IFS Pureflex Fastcure is a flexible, corrosion-resistant, one coat, thermosetting FBE powder that enables coaters to benefit from faster line speeds or energy-saving lower oven temperatures.
Depending on the temperature of the entering bar, the FBE powder will gel in only a few seconds and cure in just 12 to 15 seconds. While achieving this quick cure, Pureflex powder maintains all of its technical brilliance, cobweb resistance, and advantages of a larger application window for preheat and gun settings.
To increase the service life of steel reinforcement bars, dowel bars, and related accessories, IFS Pureflex FBE offers the superior corrosion protection, flexibility, and adhesion qualities needed.
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