Atmospheric Corrosion and Weathering Behavior of Terne-Coated Stainless Steel Roofing / RM. Kain, P. Wollenberg
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- Outdoor Atmospheric Corrosion (2001 : Phoenix, Arizona)
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- 1 online resource (13 pages) : illustrations, figures, tables
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- Wollenberg, P.
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- Terne (Pb-Sn) coated stainless steel has been utilized as a roofing material for a number of commercial, institutional and residential structures throughout the United States and elsewhere. As the base metal, stainless steel offers exceptional long-term resistance to atmospheric corrosion. While not requiring a protective coating, the application of terne coat is intended to provide the stainless steel with the aesthetic appeal of dull gray, aged metal roofing found on some period structures.
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- Volume 2002, Issue 1421 (January 2002)
- 9780803154674 (e-ISBN)
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