Storm Greeter: The Time Resistant Coating
Whether it's molded parts, peel & stick, or hot-dip applications, Storm Greeter coatings are ideally suited for the utility and energy, transportation, defense, agriculture, and marine industries. Storm Greeter's UV, corrosion, chemical and abrasion resistance means that it will still be protecting your assets while paint is being repaired or replaced.
Key Industries - Storm Greeter Increases Predictability, Reduces Risk
- Weld Joints - The SGPS coating will speed up pipeline construction, maintenance, and repairs while reducing costs...dramatically!
- Refineries - SGPS, when applied as a skirt on storage tanks in coastal areas, will increase the life of the tank walls by blocking salt exposure, and water and wind blown debris.
- Refineries - SGPS can be custom cut and applied quickly to areas where galvanic corrosion and vibration are a problem
- "There's Got To Be A Better Way!"
- Whether you're doing industrial, commercial or residential construction, Storm Greeter hardware is what you need!
- Storm Greeter construction hardware goes beyond the code, whether the installation is buried, immersed, or exposed to air.
- Storm Greeter is perfect for decks and piers, boathouses, and coastal homes.
- Storm Greeter blocks the effects of chemicals from pressure treated lumber, and is impervious to UV, salt, and time.
- Some shapes and types of steel, such as springs, cannot withstand the heat of galvanization and retain their integrity. Storm Greeter is the better option.
- In agricultural machinery, steel surfaces take a beating from seed and harvested commodities. Storm Greeter will outperform paint and protect metal surfaces longer.
- Where vibration and noise are an issue in industrial machinery, Storm Greeter reduces - or eliminates - the problem. Storm Greeter can be quickly customized - on site - to fit virtually any application or need.
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