A refrigerator coil manufacturer was unsatisfied with the solvent-based paint they were using to coat the coils. Workers disliked the strong solvent smell and associated health hazards. Long-term corrosion protection was also deficient. By switching to water based VpCI®-386 in their dip tank, the manufacturer was able to reduce VOCs while improving corrosion performance and the worker environment.
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Keywords: solvent based paint alternative, switching to water based paint, coating refrigerator coils, case history spotlight, Cortec, VpCI-386, reduce VOCs, corrosion performance, worker health hazards
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