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Fort McHenry Rodman Cannon Restoration

In fall 2016, the National Park Service undertook the restoration and painting of the Rodney Cannons at Fort McHenry. These cannons were cleaned back to bare metal via a high pressure water jetting process and received a robust Acrymax coating system designed for corrosion control and color retention.

The primer of the system was PC-125 Rust Inhibitive Direct-to-Metal primer, the intermediate coat was PC-535 Rust Inhibitive DTM Elastomeric Coating, and then system was finished with two coat of AF-4400 Field Applied Fluoropolymer Coating.

Check out pictures of the project taken a year after install – the finish still looks excellent and will for years to come.

 

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