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A New Fleet: Polyurethane Machinery Corp. Provides a Navy Ship Builder With MIL-SPEC Proportioning Machines

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It’s common to hear the term “high-performance coating” tossed around, with the discourse typically revolving around roof coatings that can survive excessive weathering and sun damage, and containment linings robust enough to withstand corrosive chemicals. However, rarely do you hear of coatings designed to withstand pressures greater than 25 times that of Earth’s atmosphere; or single-digit temperatures, Celsius; or the corrosive nature of saltwater; or all three. The ocean exhibits exactly this kind of environment at depths of 800 feet, which is the testing depth of the U.S. Navy’s premier fast attack submarine, The Virginia Class. These vessels are designed to surpass such depths and rely in part on a special hull coating to perform at the highest capacity.

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