ENDURO-BOND®

ENDURO-BOND®

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Corrosion Resistant Coating Protect Your Investment

ENDURO-BOND® is a dry powder coating process that will make your ductile iron and carbon steel valves outlast stainless steel in a corrosive environment.

Available in 4 products lines:

ENDURO-BOND®
ENDURO-BOND®-PLUS
ENDURO-BOND®-DURA-SHIELD
ENDURO-BOND®-ULTRA-SHIELD

Produces smooth, even 1-2 mils of protective coating to all areas of metal parts and protects where others fail. ENDURO-BOND® is a thermally bonded veneer that protects threads without compromising the makeup or tolerance of your connections. It is not a paint or plastic.

ENDURO-BOND® is a complex formula of thermo polymers and selective additives.

Corrosion & Wear Resistant Valve Coatings

  • Coating thickness-Average 1 to 2 mils
  • Corrosion & Chemical Resistance
  • Passive Metal Surface
  • High Heat Stability
  • High Ductility & Flexibility
  • Impact & Abrasion Resistant

Dejohn Franklin adds a touch up of powder coating at EEs in Oklahoma CIty, OK.

The coating is applied to ambient steel as a dry powder which reacts to form a uniform coating thickness of 1-2 mils. This bonding process provides excellent adhesion and coverage on many applications.
  • Valves
  • Pumps
  • Pipe drains
  • Hydrants
  • Porous castings

ENDURO-BOND® coating resists:

  • Waste water
  • Corrosive soils
  • Hydrocarbons
  • Harsh chemicals
  • Sea water

ENDURO-BOND® is proven to protect from damage.

Our products are your solution to corrosion!

ENDURO-BOND®

Fusion Bonded Polymer Coating

Corrosion Control Coating ENDURO-BOND Valve EMC

EES ENDURO-BOND® Fusion-Bonded Polymer Coating is a one-part, heat curable, thermosetting coating designed for corrosion protection of metal.

ENDURO-BOND®-PLUS

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ENDURO-BOND®-DURA-SHIELD

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ENDURO-BOND®-ULTRA-SHIELD

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How Does ENDURO-BOND® Compare to Other Protective Systems?

Linear Reciprocating Ball-on-Flat Sliding Wear

Cost Comparison of Various Materials & Protective Technologies

Wear Mass Loss (uL) of Various Materials by ASTM G133

0.0     0.2     0.4     0.6     0.8     1.0     1.2     1.4     1.6     1.8

90 Point Electroless Nickel
85 point Hastelloy B Cladding
20 point ENDURO-BOND®
10 points Inconel 600 Cladding
19 points 316L Stainless Steel
19 point Uncoated A105 Steel
5 point Hardide T
0 points DLC
0 points B5-15 Tungsten Carbide
0 points Kolene QPQ

0.0     0.2     0.4     0.6     0.8     1.0     1.2     1.4     1.6     1.8

Wear Mass Loss (mg) of Various Materials by ASTM G133 

-5      0      5      10      15      20      25      30      35      40

34 point Hastelloy B Cladding
17 points Inconel 600 Cladding
15 Point Electroless Nickel
4 points 316L Stainless Steel
4 point Uncoated A105 Steel
2 point ENDURO-BOND®
1.5 points DLC
-1 points Kolene QPQ
-1 points B5-15 Tungsten Carbide
-1 point Hardide T

-5      0      5      10      15      20      25      30      35      40

Factor of Parts Cost

0      2      4      6      8      10      12

11 points DLC
9 point Hardide T
3 points B5-15 Tungsten Carbide
2.9 point Hastelloy B Cladding
2.9 points Inconel 600 Cladding
2 points 316L Stainless Steel
1 point ENDURO-BOND®
.50 Point Electroless Nickel
.25 points Kolene QPQ
0 point Uncoated A105 Steel

0      2      4      6      8      10      12

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