The cost of corrosion
The total direct cost of corrosion to U.S. strctures, machinery and other items was determined to be $279 billion per year.
Corrosion control is a given challenge for many industries with systems exposed to extreme weather and moisture. With High Tech's proven methods you can stop the progression of rust and corrosion like never before. Within one hour of application, our coating begins to cure by pulling moisture from the air and microscopically swelling into the pores of the surface as it hardens. This process seals against any possibility of outside air, moisture, or minerals attacking the surface and causing further corrosion. This process also encapsulates toxic elements such as lead based paint, asbestos and other biohazardous materials.
Traditional methods of corrosion protection have remain unchanged for the past 50 years. These methods require sandblasting, primer preparation and multiple application coats. High Techs methods only require minimal preparation and no sand blasting of the surface, while still lasting longer than conventional surface gluing and industrial grade rust inhibitors.