Nansulate® Around the Globe - Around the Clock - Middle East Chemical Plant Project Completed

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7_small.jpgIf you've been following the project on the massive reactors at a Middle East Chemical Plant then you've seen the reactors from pre-surface treatment, to their first coat of Nansulate® High Heat, to being set upright and installed into place, the addition of the  next two coats of Nansulate® High Heat and the last finish coat of Nansulate® Top Coat. S.Razavi of NanoFan, exclusive Nansulate® distributor in the U.A.E. is pleased to share with us the completed project photos from his team.

For this application Nansulate® was chosen to prevent corrosion, provide thermal insulation and for it's durability and consistent insulating ability in the high humidity climate.

The team completes the final coats of Nansulate® Top Coat

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Nanofan proudly displays their project banner for visiting companies to see.

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The client is very pleased with the outcome. The reactors are now protected from corrosion, UV and moisture and are provided with superior thermal insulation for energy savings.

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Heavy industry isn't the only market where NanoFan has expertise. Later this week we will share photos of a sustainable building application done by their team.

Watch for more updates on other projects in the near future.

Projects utilizing Nansulate® are happening around the clock and around the globe and it is our goal to share them with you through our "window" into the World of Nansulate®.


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