anticorrosive paint

anticorrosive paint

[‚an·tē·kə′rō·siv ′pānt]
(materials)
A paint formulated with a corrosive-resistant pigment (such as lead chromate, zinc chromate, or red lead) and a chemical- and moisture-resistant binder; used to protect iron and steel surfaces.

anticorrosive paint

A paint formulated with a corrosive-resistant pigment (such as lead chro-mate, zinc chromate, or red lead) and a chemical and moisture-resistant binder; used to protect iron and steel surfaces.
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The company's vessel antifouling/ anticorrosive paint was selected by the Korea Trade-Investment Promotion Agency, Ministry of Industry and Commerce as a World's Best Product for eight consecutive years.
Caption: Florian Pumhosl, Kanal Abschmilt VII (Canal Section VII), 2017, anticorrosive paint on galvanized sheet steel, 86 5/8 x 30 3/8 x 2".
(27.) Abd El-Ghaffar, M, Youssef, EAM, Ahmed, NM, "High Performance Anticorrosive Paint Formulations Based on Phosphate Pigments." Pigment Resin Technol., 33 (4) 226-237 (2004)
This is an unusual behavior in an alkyd anticorrosive paint that, as a general rule, presents a behavior similar to the paint formulated with zinc phosphate alone.