and fittings are used in corrosive environments. Without any protection, these
connectors and fittings are very susceptible to corrosion. A common means to
protect these surfaces is to coat them with a layer of zinc, for example, by a
galvanizing the surface. The galvanizing shields the steel surface from direct
contact with the surrounding environment, and it acts as a sacrificial anode.
However, eventually even galvanized surfaces can corrode enough to expose the
base material to the surrounding environment. Additionally, galvanized surfaces
exposed to products with a high pH levels, such as degreasers, and impurities
in the water will cause the surface to corrode. Therefore, the zinc layer
itself is usually protected by a second layer.
is an ultra-thin proprietary formulation of polymeric resins. It is a clear coating
that protects against chemical and environmental corrosion on ferrous and
non-ferrous metals, galvanized, anodized and painted surfaces. Designed to
withstand extreme temperatures and UV rays, this surface protectant is ideal
for highly moist or corrosive environments.
is easy to repair in the field. Should any Nyalic-coated connectors or fittings
become damaged, simply clean the area and reapply more Nyalic product using a
Nyalic aerosol can.
is thermally stable to 350°F and is used in engine compartments.
Nyalic to top coat all types of fasteners and fittings and protect them from