Protective Coatings and Linings

Protective Coatings and Linings

Borusan Mannesmann products are manufactured with modern equipments offering a wide range of anti-corrosive coatings. The below graph
illustrates the type of coatings applied externally and internally according to standards and special customer requirements.

The process enabling the appropriate surface cleanliness and smoothness level according to the type of coating is applied by
blasting method. (Sa 2 1/2)
(DIN 55928, SIS 55900)

Especially for water pipes, BMB Galvanizing
operations are currently applied to export
U.S and many of European countries.
(ASTM A53, TS EN 10240)

Excellent protection for buried pipes, high mechanical strength and corrosion resistance.
Low, medium or high-density polyethylene or polyprophylene coating.
3 Layer Coating Method:
Layer 1: Electrostatic epoxy primer.
Layer 2: Extrusion adhesive wrapping for spiral, electrostatic adhesive layer for ERW.
Layer 3: Extrusion polyethylene or polyprophylene wrapping for spiral, hot extrusion for ERW.
EN ISO 21809-1 (DIN 30670, NF A 49-710, UNI 9099)
EN ISO 21809-1 (DIN 30678, NFA 49-711)

For gas transmission lines in order to reduce pipewall roughness thus increasing throughput. Average thickness 60 μm.
(API RP 5L2)

Various epoxy coatings enabling hygienic inner surface for potable water transportation and outer surface to resist soil or sea water
corrosion. Coating thickness of up to 600 micron.
(AWWA C 210, TS 5140, EN 12944-5)

Provides high protection of pipe lines used for transmission of oil, gas and water.
(AWWA C 213, API 5L7, CSA Z 245-20, NACE RP 0394)

Dual layer fuslon bonded epoxy provides a perfect abrasion and impact resistance, also maintains an excellent protection for gas-oil line pipes.
(AWWA C 213, API 5L7, CSA Z 245-20, NACE RP 0394)

Specificially for potable water pipe lines cement mortar ID coating provides hygienic and excellent corrosion resistance and protection. On demand
regular cement mortar ID coating or synthetic dispersion added special cement mortar ID coating can be applied.
(AWWA C 205, DIN 2614, BS 534, TS 10298)

Coating Thickness
Holiday Testing
Impact Strength
Bond Strength
Indentation Hardness
Coating Resistivity
Elongation Percentage at Break
MFR and MVR Test
CD (Cathodis Disbondment Test)
DSC Test (Glass Transition Temperature Test)
Manuel Holiday Test
PE/PP Adhesion Test
Wet Sponge Pinhole Test
Hot Water Adhesion Test
Buchollz Mesaurement
Shore A &Shore D Measurement
PE/PP Breaking Elongation Test
PE Penetration Test
PE/FBE/PP Impact Test
Cross Cut Test
Epoxy Bend Test
V Cut Test
FBE Interface Contamination & Porosity Test
Cross Section Porosity
Low temperature Flexibility Test