Hydrotechnical Construction

, Volume 9, Issue 12, pp 1178–1182 | Cite as

Effective paints for the anticorrosion protection of metal structures in hydroelectric stations

  • Yu. S. Petrov
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Conclusions

  1. 1.

    To justify the use and differentiate the areas of use of various paints proposed for the anticorrosion protection of hydromechanical equipment [1], we conducted systematic studies of the variation in the bend resistance, impact resistance, adhesion, and electric volume resistivity of KhS-720, KhV-74, ÉFAZhS, and ÉKZhS-40 coatings under conditions approximating those on metal structures at hydroelectric stations. These properties were selected as characteristics of the protective capacity of the coatings under a given set of conditions.

     
  2. 2.

    According to the results of the studies, the KhS-720 and KhV-74 paints applied over a VL-02 rust-proofing primer can be considered the current optimum variant for the anticorrosion protection of hydromechanical and water-power equipment that operate in water at hydroelectric stations.

     
  3. 3.

    An experimental introduction of these alternate schemes of coatings, which was overseen by the B. E. Vedeneev All-Union Scientific Research Institute of Hydraulic Engineering at the Iova, Kakhovka, and Narva hydroelectric stations, confirmed the practical feasibility of the widespread use of these coatings.

     

Keywords

Hydraulic Engineer Electrical Power Generation Metal Structure Scientific Research Institute Optimum Variant 

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© American Society of Civil Engineers 1975

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