Public infrastructure such as outdoor buildings, bridges, machines, vehicles, boats, planes, furniture, floors, glasses, plastics and the like, made from architectural materials such as metal, concrete, plastic, and wood substrates. These substrates require surface protection to prolong service life. As the substrates are exposed to weather and elements, they deteriorate and require replacement or upgrades or frequent overhaul to maintain usefulness and structural integrity.
For these reasons, chemical coatings are used to provide the substrate with a protective barrier against the elements and thereby increase the life span of the infrastructure and reduce costs associated with upgrades and replacements.
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