Fusion-Bonded Epoxy Coating Services

Corrosion is the mortal enemy of all things made from metal, and it’s a constant battle to protect heavy-duty objects and infrastructure from the wear and tear of chemical processes. That’s where fusion-bonded epoxy has a major role to play—especially if your applications include protecting steel pipe, mission-critical valves, and even rebar destined for a lifetime encased in concrete. At South East Superior Coatings, we bring to bear for every client our professional experience and understanding of FBE powder coating and its applications.

We Deliver Streamlined Access to FBE Solutions

What makes our FBE coating capabilities the right fit for your project? When your primary concern is to protect steel components from corrosion, pitting, and structural weakening, our experience with this industry gold standard is second to none. We can handle everything from pipeline steel with standard geometry to parts with complex designs. Our FBE coatings offer several distinct advantages:

  • FBE is suitable for small and large parts, and typically uses very large pipeline sections and connectors. Our workshop is ready to handle virtually any sized fusion bonded epoxy pipe.
  • Stable at normal temperatures, the FBE powder flows to a liquid during the application of heating. Flowing across the surface of a steel item, it reaches every part of the component.
  • During curing, the FBE chemically cross-links with the steel to form an irreversible molecular bond. The resulting coating is highly durable and resistant to corrosive environments.

Discover the Difference of Fusion Bonded Epoxy Coating Today

Enjoy the peace of mind that comes from using a proven process guided by experienced professionals in a highly controlled environment. Learn more about the FBE application process today and inquire about how our team can equip you with a potent tool for keeping corrosion at bay.

fusion bonded epoxy
fusion bonded epoxy

FBE are thermoset polymer coatings.

The name fusion-bond epoxy (FBE) is due to resin cross-linking and the application method assisted by heat.

Resin and hardener components

The resin and hardener components in the dry powder FBE stock remain unreacted at normal storage conditions.

The process of “fusion bonding”.

The liquid FBE film flows onto the steel surface becoming a solid coating by chemical cross-linking, assisted by heat.
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