Santa Ana, California - Line-X Industrial Coatings Division (LICD) has met the Mine, Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) Standard Application Procedures for fire use for its one of its flame retardants.
This material, Line-X AS-252, meets the criteria "Flame-Resistance Solid Products Taken Into Mines," the company announced 14 July.
"This is a huge win for Line-X and the mining industry," said Michael Babiarz, vice president of business development for LICD. He continued, "This revolutionary new product will not only protect mining equipment from the hazards of everyday wear and tear, but also provide complete corrosion protection."
Line-X said that, "customers will be able to apply the product to any type of mining equipment, regardless of shape or size," adding that the elastomeric polyurethane product can help protect and extend the life of useful equipment, providing companies with added uptime and lower maintenance costs.