In summary, ENCAP has made a major discovery of a resin-based organic coating called, CoForm, that defies basic Organic Chemistry-101.
It is well documented and commonly accepted in the organic science
communities by polymeric scientists and chemical engineers, that all organic coatings (such as paints, varnishes, stains, industrial coatings, polyurethanes, polyurea, and epoxies) are
permeable to oxygen and water\moisture. This simply means that these
coatings, over time, permit the passage of oxygen and water through
their surfaces. This reality makes these coatings poor protectors of
metal against oxidation which, as we all know, forms the basis for corrosion. At best, these organic coatings merely inhibit or stall corrosion – some better than others.
Stopping Global Corrosion
CoForm is impermeable to oxygen and moisture\water it can STOP GLOBAL
CORROSION. This scientific conclusion was made by Applied Technical
Services, Inc. (“ATS”) during several Water Vapor Transmission Tests
that it conducted on ENCAP’s behalf. ATS is a certified independent
testing lab known and respected around the globe (see: www.atslab.com). In its findings, ATS determined that only 1/one-billionth [1/1,000,000,000th] of a grain of water vapor was able to penetrate ENCAP’s thin-films of coating.