Pipe and Fittings


Corrosion protection, excellent adhesion, UV protection

ErgonArmor has a wide range of protective solutions for pipes and fittings in virtually any environment. Let us be your guide in the selection process to ensure your equipment is protected.

Our product range includes:

  • Ertech 1100, a premium asphaltic emulsion designed for ductile iron pipe coating that can be spray or dip applied. It is a low VOC, worker friendly coating that provides excellent corrosion protection while being environmentally friendly.
  • Ertech 2034, an economical asphaltic emulsion designed to be a ferrous metal coating. It can be sprayed or dip applied and provides excellent corrosion protection with a flat, black finish.
  • R-17-A-73, an asphaltic cutback coating that provides excellent adhesion to cement linings in the ID and great corrosion protection for the OD. It has been a proven solution for the ductile industry for more than 50 years.
  • Armorcrylic DTM and Armorcrylic 350G, acrylic metal coatings designed for the outside diameter (OD) of pipe that provide excellent corrosion and UV protection.
  • Novocoat SP2000HB, a 100% solids Ceramic Epoxy, that provides an abrasion-resistant lining specifically designed for water and wastewater immersion and fume environments. It is an excellent choice to be used as a coal-tar alternative.
  • SP2000HB, which provides low permeation to H2S gas, protects against MIC and provides chemical resistance to steel, ductile iron pipe and fittings, and is an excellent choice for severe water and wastewater applications.
  • Novocoat SC2200, which was specifically designed for the oil and gas pipeline industry.
  • SC2200, which is usable on both interior and exterior applications to provide excellent abrasion and impact resistance. It can be applied as an exterior coating for pipelines in buried or immersed services and slip bore and directional drilling applications. SC2200 provides superior adhesion to grit blasted steel surfaces, fusion bond epoxy (FBE) and fiber reinforced plastic (FRP), and can also be applied on girth welds, valves and fittings.