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Case History Spotlight #616: Refrigerator Coil Dip Tank

December 29, 2023

Due to the strong solvent smell, hazards, and inadequate corrosion protection of the solvent-based paint they were using, a refrigerator coil manufacturer decided to switch to VpCI®-386. They kept this water-based paint in their dip tank, circulating the product to keep it mixed and covering the tank when not dipping the coils. As a result, the manufacturer was able to reduce their VOCs while also achieving superior corrosion protection.

Refrigerator Coil Dip Tank protected with VpCI®-386

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Keywords: Cortec, Case History Spotlight, refrigerator coils, dip tank maintenance, replacing solvent-based paint, water-based coatings for metal, water-based corrosion inhibitor coatings, corrosion protection, how to improve worker environments, reduce VOC

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