MesoCoat successfully completes cladding inside of steel pipe, should make an attractive technology partner if it can live up to scale-up forecast

Nanocomposite ceramic-metallic coating and metal cladding developer MesoCoat (see the June 20, 2011 LRMJ) recently announced it successfully completed cladding the inside diameter of steel pipe with its corrosion- and wear-resistant alloy (CRA and WRA). The company expects to finish qualification of...

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