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Why does the Army have so many Chemical Agent Resistant Coatings (CARC) in the specifications?
4 million research and development project to develop a chemical agent resistant coating (CARC) powder topcoat for use on military vehicles and support equipment.
This is an aliphatic 1k, haps-free, chemical agent resistant coating that is intended to provide visual and infrared camouflage to military vehicles and equipment within combat situations.
Machining, casting, forging, heat treating, deep hole drilling, Chemical Agent Resistant Coating (CARC), anodizing, painting, plating, polishing, preservation, packaging and shipping anywhere in the world can all be performed to total satisfaction.
Within the organization's new selection of CARC coatings is the Green 383 Moisture Cure CARC Camouflage, which is an aliphatic 1k haps free chemical agent resistant coating which is designed for military clients who require visual and infrared camouflage for military vehicles and equipment that is being utilised within combat and training operations.
The company's powder coating division has now developed Interpon M1000 - AA0037, a high-performance epoxy powder primer, recently approved at the Army Research Laboratory in Aberdeen, MD for Chemical Agent Resistant Coatings (CARC) military applications.