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A Universal Coating Solution

The Universal Pipe Coating (UPC) range is designed to help ensure maximum performance and deliver cost savings vs. traditional solutions. It provides long term corrosion protection for equipment operating at extreme temperatures, and is flexible to use in both insulated and non-insulated conditions.

Complete the form to discover how one asset owner generated cost savings through the UPC approach in our latest case study.

Standardizing coating specifications

The UPC approach has been developed to simplify the specification for process pipework, valves and vessels. This approach reduces complex specifications down to just two products - Interbond 1202UPC and Interbond 2340UPC:

Interbond 2340UPC

  • Temperature resistant from -196°C (-321°F) to 230°C (446°F)
  • Fast, low temperature cure down to -5°C (23°F) improves productivity in cold weather
  • Excellent tolerance to over-application reduces rework costs

Interbond 1202UPC

  • Temperature resistant from -196°C (-321°F) up to 650°C (1202°F)
  • Effectively cures at ambient temperature, ensuring long term performance without a primer as per the performance criteria of the ISO12944-9:2018 (ISO20340) standard.
  • Short minimum overcoating intervals maximize productivity

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How can project engineers reduce the cost of pipe coating?

The complexity of coating specifications for process pipe can be a major contributor to project cost as well as increasing the likelihood of issues such as CUI. Typically, challenges such as pipe segregation, onsite rework and interchangeability during the construction phase, can lead to higher than expected costs and reduce productivity.

The UPC approach presents an alternative to traditional coating specifications, tailored to reduce complexity and minimise cost from specification stage through to asset operation.

Complete the form to discover how one asset owner generated cost savings through the UPC approach in our latest case study.