The “Developments in Slime Busting Coatings, Passivation Coatings, Corrosion Protection Coatings, Bioactive Coatings, and Phosphate Coatings” report has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com’s offering.
The innovations profiled in this issue of the Advanced Coating and Surface Technology TOE are recent research innovations in advanced coatings and surface technologies that are focused toward sustainability by reducing corrosion and increasing performance and life of components.
Significant breakthroughs in coating technologies with applications spanning slime busting coatings, passivation coatings, corrosion protection coatings, bioactive coatings, phosphate coatings are seen to be driving the advanced coatings and surface technologies business. The slime busting coatings control slime and prevent them from adhering to the surface of marine vessels and thus improve their performance.
Passivation coatings that are hydrophobic and increase the corrosion resistance of manganese substrates have also gained immense interest. While modified silica coating enabled with electrodeposition process is a growing area of interest to coat and protect carbon steel from corrosion. The immense focus on corrosion protection by researchers has also resulted in development of a new phosphating coating that protects graphite. The diversity of coating application is also seen in medical implants, wherein bioactive coatings are developed for improved osseointegration between titanium implants and bones.
Key Topics Covered:
- Recent Innovations in Advanced Coatings and Surface Technologies
- Slime Busting Coatings for Marine Applications
- Substrate Passivation Using Stearic Acid Coating on Manganese Substrate
- Oligoaniline Modified Silica Coating for Protecting Carbon Steel from Corrosion
- Bioactive Coatings for Titanium Implant
- Aluminum Phosphate Coating on Graphite by Cathodic Electrochemical Method
- Key Contacts
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