Heresite is the coating of choice when your air, fume handling and heat transfer equipment requires resistance from the harshest marine and/or chemical environments. These include coastal and offshore marine environments where high atmospheric salinity is present or urban or industrial areas with atmospheres containing corrosive agents such as sulphur dioxide or hydrogen sulfide.

Proven over 80 years of use in the field, across a wide variety of the most demanding operating conditions, Heresite keeps your air, fume handling and heat transfer equipment performing at their peak and increasing their service life.

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A leader in corrosion prevention, Heresite Protective Coatings have been used for decades to solve corrosion problems in a variety of applications including commercial heating, cooling, refrigeration or other industrial process coils and components that are regularly exposed to corrosive conditions.

Coastal and marine environments are especially prone to atmospheric corrosion, and we’ve helped protect systems in the refineries, offshore drilling, industrial infrastructure/facilities, power generation, telecommunications, hotel/motel, and retail and medical facilities in these locales.

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Today, over 80 years since our founding, our policy remains to develop, manufacture, market and apply the highest quality protective coatings. These include Phenolics, Epoxy Phenolics, Urethanes and Silicones. Leveraging our reputation for phenolic coatings, the same high degree of quality is engineered into every coating product we offer, and every new product we develop.

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Heresite combines a superior product line with individualized customer service and technical assistance. We satisfy each customer’s specialized, long-term needs for industrial coating and lining systems with custom solutions designed to solve even the toughest corrosion problems. Our team of Chemists, Application Experts and Sales Representatives will listen to your needs and recommend a solution to meet your requirements.

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