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Conference Papers Year : 2007

Self-healing coatings: an alternative route for anticorrosion protection

Jean Kittel

Abstract

Polymer coating systems are classically applied on a metal surface to provide a dense barrier against the corrosive species. Cathodic protection is used for many applications at the same time than coatings to protect the metal structures from corrosive attack when the coating is damaged. However, the current demand will increase with the disbonded areas; moreover, the reactions that take place at the cathode can cause a progressive enlargement of the unbonded area. Self-healing coatings were considered as an alternative route for efficient anticorrosion protection while maintaining a low demand in cathodic protection. Such coatings typically incorporate micro or nanocapsules that contain film-formers and repair the coating damage when the coating is scratched. Self-healing systems were developed for metal structures under cathodic protection using specific-film formers sensitive to the electrical field and pH encountered in the vicinity of a default on a coated structure under cathodic protection. The present paper describes the principle of this novel self-healing concept and discusses the healing efficiency on the basis of laboratory results. Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy was used to evaluate the performance of the barrier efficiency and continuous current demand monitoring assessed the ability of specific film-formers to provide self-healing and repair defects generated through the coating to the metal.
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hal-02475549 , version 1 (12-02-2020)

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Valérie Sauvant-Moynot, Serge Gonzalez, Jean Kittel. Self-healing coatings: an alternative route for anticorrosion protection. 5th International workshop on Application of Electrochemical Techniques to Organic Coatings (AETOC), Apr 2007, Baiona, Spain. ⟨hal-02475549⟩

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