Plastics Coated Metals and Metal Coated Plastics

  • John Delmonte


Coatings have long been recognized as a major product of the resin industry. Until the twentieth century naturally occurring resins had been extensively used as impregnants and surface coatings for the enhancement of other materials. With the advent of synthetic resins in this century, many new formulations have appeared and have been utilized as coatings. As decorative vehicles for colored pigments and dyes, the coatings provide attractive surfaces for an untold number of materials. Functional needs have increased dramatically in the past fifty years, and aside from their proven decorative aspects and weather resistance, coatings have contributed to structural, optical, and electrical requirements. The increasing technical demands on coatings, justify recognition of the coated products as composites. Hence, I have referred to many of the new coatings on metals or ceramics as polymer/metal composites because of the synergism of the combinations in achieving advanced technical functions.


Polymer Coating Metal Vapor Resin System Epoxy Resin System Peel Strength 
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  • John Delmonte
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  1. 1.Delsen Testing LaboratoriesGlendaleUSA

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