Anti Rust Metal Coating


Anti Rust Metal Coating took many years of research and development. This unique and high-performance coating helps to protect metal from silage acid, acid fumes, salt/air mist, and from moisture. This unique asphalt coating will hold up against any rust or corrosion on metal. Perfect for coastal areas and any industrial outside application. Excellent for inside of concrete silos that are prone to damage from silage acid attacks. Key benefits of this coating is that it is penetrating and adhesive, economical, offers protection against rust, excellent for metal and concrete surfaces, and protects concrete silos from silage acids.

Metal surfaces tend to be prone to the damaging danger from corrosion and rust. If rust and corrosion are left unchecked and undetected, this could cause unwanted and major expense. Anti Rust Metal Coating was designed to be a fast-acting coating that can be applied to almost any metal surface to stop rust and corrosion in its tracks. Due to its quick drying properties, it will eliminate any further damage and eliminate any chance of rust forming on new surfaces. This coating’s unique formula is asphalt-based, has a jet black appearance, and is very easy to apply. It inherently has excellent penetrability into metal surfaces, especially corroded ones, and this penetrating ability helps to retard any rust from spreading. To get maximum benefits from the coating, the best strategy is to first remove any scale and rust before application. Because of varying extreme temperature changes, metal tends to expand and contract. The normal everyday stresses that metal is exposed to will cause regular paint to crack. Anti Rust Metal Coating, on the other hand, is formulated to have pliability characteristics. It is able to contract and expand with the metal without losing its superior protective pliability and coating. This unique adhesive and penetrability power allows the coating to tenaciously bond to metal or concrete. Whether it is exposed to salt spray, smokestack fumes, pollutants, alkalines, salt water, moisture, or acids, Anti Rust Metal Coating is there to protect metal surfaces long term, thus protecting your investment.

Using Anti Rust Metal Coating to protect metal surfaces requires some basic preparation rules to get maximum benefits. First, the metal surface should be free of any rust flakes, loose material, dirt, paint, or scale. Simply use a scraper or wire brush for cleaning. For rusted areas, it is not important that it be cleaned down to a bright metal surface. Simply remove as much as possible. The surface must be dry. If the application involves new galvanized steel, then first it must be allowed to weather for at least three months before applying the coating, or if time is of the essence, then wash the new galvanized steel surface with a 3:1 vinegar solution that will effectively remove any galvanizing film. For all exterior surfaces that the coating is being applied to, allow about four hours for it to dry. If a second coat is required, then it can be applied after this four-hour dry period. If the environment is coastal with saltwater in the air, or if there is acid rain in the region, then it is preferred that two coats be applied to the metal surface.

Anti Rust Metal Coating is a state-of-the-art metal surface protectant using the finest chemistry known. Yet, it is long-lasting and provides effective protection at a much lower cost than a common metal paint would provide. When conditions are extreme, for example, if there is salt in the air, high humidity and moisture, exposure to acid fumes, or silage acids, this premium coating is proven to outlast any conventional paint. It is quite economical to apply and use on the insides of concrete silos as a strong protective barrier against corrosive attacks by silage acids. Consider Anti Rust Metal Coating as the ultimate tool in protecting your investment. It is a preventive maintenance tool. It will effectively protect metal buildings, metal equipment, tank sections, etc. from becoming victims of damaging and destructive corrosion. It is an inexpensive solution while protecting your expensive investment.

Silos are very costly to build regardless of whether the inside walls are of concrete slab or concrete block construction. They are continuously subjected to fierce attacks by the damaging and destructive silage acids. Anti Rust Metal Coating utilizes a proprietary formula that is extremely resistant to silage acids. It provides a tenacious coating film onto the concrete surface that is long-lasting and because of its pliable properties, will contract with the concrete when there are changes in the weather or temperature.

When applying or treating the inside walls of concrete silos, the following are some useful tips to follow. The first step is to be certain that the surface is as clean and dry as possible. With a stiff fiber brush, remove any residual silage. It is important not to use a brush made from metal bristles. There is always the chance of leftover metal bristles getting into silage, which could cause a danger to livestock, so please stick with thick fiber bristle brushes. If necessary, wash down the surfaces, but be certain to let the surfaces dry completely. It is recommended that for uncoated concrete surfaces, two coats be applied. For safety reasons, make certain there is proper ventilation when applying the coating and use the correct and proper respiratory protection along with safety goggles. When using two coats, please allow four hours for each coat of treatment to cure.

Here are the application rates. When applying onto metal surfaces, for every 300 square feet of metal surface, apply one gallon for every single coat. Of course, follow basic metal preparation of removing any scale, rust, and corrosion before applying the coating. Allow four hours of drying time for a complete curing. For concrete silos, for every 100 square feet of concrete surface, use one gallon of Anti Rust Metal Coating per each coat. It is recommended to apply two coats. Again, prepare the surface to be clean and dry, and use only a stiff-fibered bristle brush. Do not use metal bristle brushes inside silos due to potential damage to livestock if metal bristles get into silage.