CeralUSA First to Market Entirely Chrome-Free Aluminum Ceramic Coating

Oklahoma City, Oklahoma – 2 July 2014
CeralUSA, LLC, manufacturer of environmentally friendly coatings for the aerospace, power generation, and oil and gas industries, today announced the release of its newest coating system, CEC 6651.

CEC 6651 is a duplex water-based coating system consisting of a chrome-free silicate base coat (CEC 66) and a chrome-free phosphate top coat (CEC 51). It is the first chrome-free aluminum ceramic coating to pass rigorous OEM testing.  CEC 6651 is being marketed "in the bottle" for those desiring to apply it in-house or as a coating service performed by CeralUSA's FAA-approved sister company, Qualified Coating Services. In either case, no licensing is required.

CEC 6651 was developed to meet the ultra strict environmental constraints of regulatory agencies such as OSHA, NIOSH, and REACH. It is classified as Non-Hazardous, unregulated by the DOT and IATA, making domestic and international shipping easier and more cost effective.

CEC 6651 is manufactured and sold from CeralUSA's Oklahoma City production facility.

Suzanne Bodger, Managing Member of CeralUSA, LLC, stated, “After years of development and testing, we are excited to offer this revolutionary new product to a market that has been actively seeking a completely chrome-free compressor coating for years. The wait is finally over.”

About CeralUSA

CeralUSA is a Woman Owned Small Business (WOSB) based in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma. CeralUSA is well known for its “green” coatings and, most recently, for its entirely chrome-free silicon enriched aluminum hot section diffusion coating, LSR H2O Sialoy. CeralUSA distributes raw materials to the coatings industry and also provides coating services through its sister company, Qualified Coating Services. For additional information about CeralUSA’s business units, or for detailed information regarding its products, visit www.ceralusa.com.

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