Roto-Lining: A Better Alternative to Fusion Bonded Epoxy for Corrosion Protection

Do corroded pipelines keep you up at night?

For decades, fusion bonded epoxy (FBE) coatings have been one of the most common methods for corrosion prevention. However, contamination, poor bonding, and inconsistencies in the coating have led to poor performance, and even liner failure.

That's why many are turning to Roto-lining, field-proven in hundreds of the harshest applications, to provide a highly effective alternative to FBE with unmatched performance. As a more durable, longer-life solution for pipelines, it addresses many of the performance problems associated with FBE in corrosive and demanding applications. Our white paper, "An Alternative to Fusion Bonded Epoxy for Corrosion Protection," compares Roto-lining specifications to those offered by FBE.

Complete the form for immediate access to RMB Products' White Paper, "An Alternative to Fusion Bonded Epoxy for Corrosion Protection."

Our white paper is important for an engineer answering "yes" to any of the following questions:

  • Do you have an aggressive (acidic or alkali) application?
  • Are there geometry changes in the pipes such as neck downs, elbow and tee joints that tend to be hard to coat or line?
  • Did the application experience early corrosion protection failures before?
  • Can corrosive fluids get between the pipe and liner in ways that create weak spots or holes?
  • Is the liner material going to distort or create gaps that lead to corrosion or wear?
  • Does the fluid contain grit or sand?

In this exclusive white paper, you will learn about:

  • Problems and limitations associated with FBE
  • The unique process of Roto-lining
  • Benefits of Roto-lining over FBE
  • Considerations when choosing a corrosion protection solution