Application of Fluorocarbon Paint in Bridge Construction

Anti-corrosion protection is a very important link in bridge engineering construction, which is directly related to the service life of the bridge. As a common coating in bridge engineering, fluorocarbon paint plays a key role in corrosion protection of steel. The application of anti-corrosion paint provides a comprehensive protective layer for bridge anti-corrosion.

Fluorocarbon paint has the advantages of high weather resistance, color preservation, strong corrosion resistance, self-cleaning, good matching, etc. It can be matched with high-performance coatings such as epoxy zinc-rich primer, inorganic zinc-rich primer, epoxy micaceous iron intermediate paint, etc. It can be coated in strict accordance with the construction requirements to reach the specified paint film thickness and keep improving in every link, so as to ensure the long-term life of bridge construction.

Both inland bridges and marine bridges are faced with relatively harsh corrosion conditions, such as water vapor, acid, alkali, salt spray, etc. Such corrosive media will continue to corrode steel as long as it causes corrosion, causing greater corrosion from point to surface. The coating of fluorocarbon paint forms a good shielding effect, which effectively prevents the invasion of corrosive media.

Fluorocarbon paint has been continuously verified by the market and has shown strong protection in the field of bridge engineering, with long-term anti-corrosion for more than 15 years. Not only that, fluorocarbon paint with excellent performance, in marine engineering, municipal engineering, petrochemical, steel structure, construction and other fields have played an excellent role in anti-corrosion and decoration.