Nonoxidising preservative. It is generally realised that oxidisation in a paint film is the first stage of decay. A product known as Camrex nonoxidising preservative has been well tested over the years, and the manufacturers, Camrex Paints Ltd., claim that it never oxidises. Only one coat is required, resulting in a saving of labour, time and material, and reducing maintenance costs. The film remains flexible, contracting and expanding with the steel to which it adheres. It is said to be unaffected by most acids, alkalis, chemical fumes and moisture.
Anti-Corrosion Methods and Materials – Emerald Publishing
Published: Oct 1, 1955
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