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STEEL 2019

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COATINGSPRO STEEL SURFACES 2019 9 Baril DCZ™ is a state of the art zinc-rich primer engineered for maximum cathodic protection and finishing productivity. is unique formulation can be easily modified to adjust cure schedules and re-coat windows. It is an ideal choice for highly corrosive environments and has been successfully proven in several types of applications including but not limited to: 15-minutes. It does not require an intermediate epoxy layer prior to top-coating and may be used with Baril's FleetSpec™ line of fleet finishes to achieve a ultra-premium look. Custom Curing: Baril DCZ™ activators are designed to offer a range of dry time options. Tailored to meet the application's required cure schedule, DCZ™ offers finishers a new element of control within the painting process. Baril Coatings USA 401 Growth Parkway Angola, IN 46703 (260) 665-8431 • Commercial Transportation • Fleet Truck & Trailer • Exterior Tanks • Heavy Equipment Attachments • Farm Implements • Offshore Oil & Gas Product Advantages Corrosion Protection: Applied directly to blasted steel, Baril DCZ™ uses the most finely ground zinc available to build a uniform film consisting of 86% zinc. It easily passes ASTM B-117 salt spray testing at 9600 hours with minimal oxidation creep. Smooth Finish: Unlike other zinc-rich primers that often dry spray or leave a rough texture, Baril DCZ™ dries completely slick in as little as Company Profile: Baril Coatings USA SPONSORED CONTENT Top-coat in as little as 15 minutes! Stop Corrosion Fast! Baril DCZ™ DualCure™ Zinc-Rich Primer • Superior corrosion protection • Smooth automotive-like finish • Easy to apply 2-K system Schedule Your Demo: 260.665.8431 ®

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