Heat Exchanger Coatings

Does anybody have a recomendation for a heat exchanger coating that will resist corosion and will not act as an insulator. I have a copper heat exchanger that is in a marine environment. The fins are corroding fast. What are some good heat exchanger coatings? Thank you.

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Coatings are bad news... one flaw and you get a pit...

Have you considered a sacrificial anode ?

-- Jonathan

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i don't know for marine environment installations, but for air conditioning installations, some pple use blygold (R) on their condenser coils , i think it's an epoxy coating. i've been to their site (some while back, you'll have to do a search, i've forgotten the address) and they have published some test results...

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