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The power industry is diverse with each sector having its own set of requirements for corrosion control and aesthetic enhancement.  Nuclear power facilities require certified products for applications in the reactor containment building and application friendly materials for radiological areas, where minimizing personnel exposure is as important as controlling corrosion.

Carboline has a strong history in nuclear certified coatings for both new construction and maintenance.  This history, combined with our continuing nuclear level R&D and testing efforts, allows Carboline to be uniquely suited to service the industry with nuclear grade coating technologies to meet the demands of the varying facility designs under construction across the globe. 

Just a Few Nuclear Level 1 Approved Carboline Coatings Include:

Carbozinc 11 SG
An inorganic zinc rich primer that protects steel galvanically, eliminating sub-film corrosion.

Carboguard 890N
Nuclear grade, DBA tested, self priming epoxy.  Testing and certified for use in Nuclear Level 1 areas in a variety of systems.

Carboguard 893N
Nuclear grade, DBA tested, self priming epoxy.  Tested and certified for use in Nuclear Level 1 areas in a variety of systems.

Carboguard 1340N
Penetrating primer/sealer for use on concrete substrates.  It is a nuclear grade, DBA tested and certified for use in Nuclear Level 1 areas in a variety of systems with appropriate finish coats.

In addition to these approved coatings, StonCor offers a number of Balance of Plant solutions including high performance seamless epoxy flooring, corrosion resistant FRP structures, ladders and handrail, as well as a variety of grouting solutions, and structural concrete strengthening, repair and restoration.

To learn more about Nuclear Level 1 Approved Coatings, please visit us at www.carboline.ca and to review our Balance of Plant solutions, visit www.stoncor.ca.

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