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Corogard is a two component Polyurethane based protective coating system with a unique organometallic ingredient. It is specially designed to protect a wide range of substrates from grease, acids, alkalis, coolants and other chemicals.

Corogard's excellent adhesion and unmatched scratch and corrosion resistance makes it ideally suited for protecting machinery and equipment in chemical, plastic, textile, cement and marine industries. It also protects steel reinforcement rods, metal pipes and tubes and aluminium extrusions.

Environmental pollution due to nitrates and sulphates from vehicular emission has a highly corrosive effect on steel and concrete structures. This is further compounded by sodium chloride in the air especially in coastal regions. Corogard can effectively guard against such factors and prevent premature collapse of RCC structures such as buildings, flyovers, bridges, water tanks, etc.







Outstanding Corrosion Resistance

It is resistant to various substances as illustrated in Table 1.

Excellent Adhesion

Corogard strongly bonds to steel, aluminium, copper, brass, concrete, FRP and wood and will not peel off from the substrate even in severe environment.

Excellent Scratch and Abrasion Resistance

It withstands a high level of physical wear and tear as shown in Table 2.

Good Elasticity

Corogard is very elastic and withstands expansion and contraction of the substrate without cracking.

Excellent Ultraviolet Resistance

Corogard easily withstands ultraviolet rays when exposed to sunlight.

Excellent Antifungal Properties

Corogard is highly resistant to fungal and microbial attack.

Good Temperature Resistance

Corogard can withstand variations in temperature from - 25C to 130C.

Good Aesthetics

It comes in a wide range of colours and with a choice of glossy or matt finish. It can also be provided with an aluminized (silver) or Coal Tar (black) topcoat.




Chemical & Fertilizer Plants

Protective coatings for vessels, tanks, pumps, pipelines and other process equipment, prilling towers and drainage lines.


Storage tanks, columns, condensers, vessels, pipelines, tankers, etc.

Thermal Power Plants, Concrete Buildings & Bridges

Protective coatings for reinforcement rods, concrete surfaces and cement plastered facades.

Marine Industry

Off shore oil drilling rigs, marine installations, ships and boats.

Machinery Protection

Plastics, Rubber, Textile and Printing Machinery, heavy machinery, cranes, earth moving equipment, cement mixers, tractors, etc.

Paper & Sugar Industry

Concrete tanks used for storage of paper pulp, molasses tanks and steel structures.

Electroplating Plants

Metal Furniture & Equipment

T.V & Microwave Transmission Towers

Under - Carriages of Cars and Railway Coaches

Concrete Industrial Floors

Wooden Furniture and Articles

Waterproof and scratch resistant decorative coatings.

Brass, Bronze And  Copper Articles

Transparent protective coatings to preserve aesthetics.

Aluminium Window and Door Sections

Ideal substitute for power coating.








SURFACE PREPARATION: The surface is cleaned of oil, dirt and grease by means of solvents or emulsifiers. Rust and scales are removed by mechanical means like scrapping, wire brushing and rubbing with emery paper. Sand or grit blasting is used wherever possible to obtain a completely clean surface. Chemical methods using phosphating chemicals, rust convertors, etc. may also be used. Immediately after cleaning the surface a primer coat is applied.


PRIMER COAT: The primer coat which protects the substrate is available in a choice of anticorrosive pigments such as zinc phosphate, zinc chromate and red oxide. For highly corrosive environment a zinc rich primer is recommended. Corogard 10 and Corogard 40 are mixed thoroughly and applied evenly by brush or spray. Details of the primer coat are given in Table 3.


TOPCOAT: The primer coat is allowed to dry for 2-3 hours. Two topcoats are then applied over it keeping a gap of 2-3 hours between the coats. Details of the matt, glossy or coal tar modified (for underground structures) topcoat finishes are given in Table 3.




Dirt and grease deposits are removed from the concrete surface by wire brushing and solvent/detergent cleaning. An acid wash using 5-10% hydrochloric acid is then given followed by thorough washing with large quantities of water. The surface is allowed to dry thoroughly. Small cracks and depressions in the concrete surface are filled up with a paste made by adding silica or talc to a mixture of Corogard 10 and Corogard 30. Three coats of Corogard mixture (glossy or matt) are applied by brush or spray, keeping a gap of 2-3 hours in between coats. Details of these coats are given in Table 3.




The surface is thoroughly cleaned and leveled with compatible leveling compound or with a putty made by adding silica or talc to a mixture of Corogard 10 and Corogard 30. Smoothen the surface with emery paper. Two or three coats of Corogard mixture (glossy or matt) are applied by brush or spray keeping a gap of 2-3 hours in between coats. Details of these coats are given in Table 1.


Table 1

Note: Use Corogard 10G in place of Corogard 10 for outdoor applications.






Primer Coat

Corogard 10:Corogard 40


Zinc chromate-greenish yellow.

Transparent Topcoat

Corogard 10:Corogard 20


Clear, water like

Coloured Topcoat (matt)

Corogard 10:Corogard 30


Wide range of colour shades

Coloured Topcoat (glossy)

Corogard 10:Corogard 50


Wide range of colour shades

Aluminized Top coat (reflective)

Corogard 10:Corogard 30AL



Coat Tar modified Topcoat

Corogard 10:Corogard 30CT


B lack







Test results obtained by immersing steel panels coated with Corogard in chemical for 7/14 days (Test carried out by Dept. of Chemical Technology. University of Bombay).


Table 2





Hydrochloric Acid (15%)

No effect was observed

Sulphuric Acid (30%)

No effect was observed

Phosphoric Acid (30%)

No effect was observed

Nitric Acid (5%)

No. effect was observed

Acetic Acid (10%)

No effect was observed

Sodium Hydroxide (30%)

No effect was observed


No effect was observed


No effect was observed


No effect was observed

Gear Oil

No effect was observed

Lubricating Oil

No effect was observed

Urea (15% Solution)

No effect was observed


No effect was observed





Table 3




Wide range of colours

Mixing ratio

1:4 by weight

Pot Life

3-4 hours at 25C

Touch Dry Time

10 minutes at 25C

Hard Dry Time

3 - 4 hours

Full Curing Period

3 - 4 days


100 sq.ft/kg/coat

Dry film Thickness

30 - 40 microns/coat

Scratch Hardness

Above 3000 gm

Temperature Range

-25C to 130C



Excellent on mild steel concrete, wood and FRP

Abrasion Resistance

0.08gm/1000 cycles at 1 kg load

Shelf Life

6 months

Packing Size

1/4 kg, 1/2 kg, 1 kg, 4 kg, and 20 kg.





Corogard should be stored in a cool and dry area. It can be stored for 6 months in its original, unopened container. Material from tin cans should be completely used up immediately after opening the can. Metal drums should be re-closed immediately after use. Corogard may cause irritation to eyes, skin and mucous membrane, and is harmful if swallowed. While handling, all contact with eyes, skin and clothes should be avoided. Implements used for application of Corogard should be cleaned with Xylene or Toluene.


Corogard formulations are subject to strict quality control, innovations and improvements to comply with our high standards. The above information is given on the basis of our best knowledge and information and is for your guidance only. Specifications, however, are subject to change and no guarantee is given or implied.


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