Aerospace & Military Coatings
Andrews Powder Coating, Inc. falls under Aerospace and Military Specification Powder Coatings, Plating, and Metal Refinishing:
NAICS code 332812
Cage Code: 1JMS0
This specification covers powder coatings for interior steel, aluminum, copper nickel and bronze equipment, furniture and electrical box surfaces and on exterior steel, aluminum, copper-nickel and bronze surfaces exposed to marine atmosphere, high humidity, seawater and weathering.
The types of powder coatings are designated as follows:
Type I - Epoxy
Type II - Epoxy polyester hybrid
Type III - Polyester
Type IV - Polyester triglycedial isocyanurate (TGIC)
Type V - Polyester urethane hybrid
Type VI - Acrylic
Type VII - Acrylic polyester hybrid
Type VIII - Acrylic urethane hybrid
Type XI - Urethane
Type X - Polyurethane
Type XI - Vinyl
Type XII - Nylon
Chemical Agent Resistant Coating (CARC) NOW AVAILABLE!
Chemical Agent Resistant Coating (CARC MIL-DTL-53072E) is a type of coating commonly applied to military vehicles and equipment to provide protection against chemical, nuclear, and biological weapons. CARC is a non-absorbent material that prevents chemical agents from being absorbed into the coating. In the event of a chemical, nuclear or biological attack it will be necessary to decontaminate vehicles and equipment. This is particularly important since agents can travel, or be transported, on surfaces of vehicles and equipment. Since the agents will not be absorbed by a CARC camouflaged vehicle, it is much easier to neutralize them by washing with a decontamination solution such as DS2.
Anodic Coatings for Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys. This specification covers the requirements for six (6) types and two (2) classes of electrolytically formed anodic coatings on aluminum and aluminum alloys for non architectural applications.
Aluminum Oxide Coatings, Lubricative, for Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys.
This specification covers the requirements for and electrochemical process for building a Lubricative anodic coating on aluminum and aluminum alloys. The unsealed anodic coating is impregnated with PTFE of coated with a resin bonded material containing PTFE.
Passivation Treatments for Corrosion-Resistant Steel
This specification covers the different types of passivation treatments as well as recommendations, guidance and precautions for cleaning and descaling corrosion-resistant parts, components, equipment and systems.
Chemical Conversion Coatings on Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys
This specification covers the requirements for two (2) classes of chemical conversion coatings formed by the reaction of chemical conversion materials and the surfaces of aluminum and aluminum alloys.
Chemical Conversion Coatings for Coating Aluminum and Aluminum Alloys. This specification covers chemical conversion materials used in the formation of coatings by the reaction of the material with the surfaces of aluminum and aluminum alloys.
All MIL-SPEC coatings meet and comply with all Defence Contractors, American Society of Testing and Materials (ASTM) and American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME) standards.