This issue of the Advanced Coating & Surface Technology TOE features some of the key anti-corrosion coatings used across a wide range of industries. A heat activated ceramic composite coating with the capability to protect a surface from CUI (corrosion under insulation) has been featured. Another anti-corrosion coating, which can save engine components from friction and save energy, has been highlighted in this issue. Some additional developments in the field of super-hydrophobic coatings for water repellant fabrics have been highlighted, and finally a quick drying paint, which can convert any substrate into a projectable and writable one has been included in this issue.
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Table of Contents
1. Innovations in Anti-Corrosion Coatings, Fabric Coatings, and Quick Drying Coatings
Recent Advances in Coatings
Coating with the Ability to Protect Substrates from Corrosion Under Insulation (CUI)
Coating on Fabrics that Can Effectively Improve Water Repellency
Coating Helps Prevent Corrosion and Offers UV Resistance Simultaneously
Quick Drying Paint Converts a Substrate into a Projectable One
Coating With an Inherent Property to Save Fuel