FNG Precision Coatings is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB). We are ITAR registered and a SAM Verified Vendor ready to support your manufacturing, and / or re-manufacturing operations with Defense / MIL-Spec coating and painting services. Contact us today with your request for quote (RFQ / RFP) or questions.
Among the services we offer Mil Spec CARC (Chemical Agent Resistant Coating) coating and painting services for tactical military equipment including; ground based, aviation assets, ordnance, munitions, communications, and related support equipment.
Our services include Pre-Treatment, Primer and Top Coat in multiple MIL-Specifications. A partial list is included here for convenience. If your need is not listed, please contact us to find out if your requirement is within our scope of services…chances are we can help!
MIL-DTL-81706 or MIL-DTL-5541F
Military specification chromate conversion coating (aka Iridite, Alodine, Chem Film); corrosion protection of aluminum and magnesium alloys. These coating compositions are divided into Type I (contains hexavalent chromium) and Type II (contains traces of trivalent chromium). They are further divided into Class 1A (maximum corrosion protection, painted or unpainted) and Class 3 (corrosion protection where low electrical resistance is required).
Military specification wash primer; two component, zinc-chromate pigmented, polyvinyl butyral coating. It serves as an excellent bond coat to many surfaces including aluminum, galvanized metal, lead, brass, magnesium, fiberglass and ferrous metals. May also be used on blasted clean steel surfaces with some vinyl systems. Available in transparent green and yellow.
Defense / Mil-spec coating; three component, wash primer for use on clean metal surfaces of all types as a treatment prior to the application of a primer. For use on clean metal surfaces of all types as a treatment prior to the application of a primer. The purpose of the pretreatment is to increase the adhesion of the primer system to the metal.
Military specification epoxy coating; two component, corrosion inhibiting, chemical and solvent resistant polyamide primer. Typically used over aluminum and composite surfaces. Available in standard pigments as well as low infrared reflective pigments. Classes of corrosion inhibitors includes Barium Chromate, Strontium Chromate and non-chromated.
Military specification epoxy coating; two component lead and chromate free anti-corrosive primer. Recommended for use over aluminum and steel surfaces. May be utilized as primer under CARC coatings specified in MIL-DTL-53039 or MIL-DTL-64159, MIL-PRF-22750 epoxy topcoats or MIL-PRF-85285 (non aircraft) polyurethane topcoats.
Military specification epoxy coating; two component, lead and chromate free, corrosion inhibiting, air dry, water reducible epoxy type primer for use over ferrous and non-ferrous metals. Compatible with chemical agent-resistant aliphatic polyurethane topcoats.
Military specification epoxy coating; two component, corrosion inhibiting, chemical and solvent resistant, waterborne, epoxy primer coating. This specification is approved for use by all Departments and Agencies of the Department of Defense.
Mil-P-24441 / Mil-DTL-24441
Military specification epoxy coating; two component, epoxy polyamide paint, resistant to fresh or salt water, and high humidity environment conditions. This coating is lead and chromate free.
Military specification coating; single component, corrosion inhibiting, primer. Primarily intended for spray application on surface treated aluminum or surface treated with pre-treatment coatings MIL-C-8514C or DOD-P-15328D. Can also be used without top coat. Available with or without Zinc Chromate pigmentation.
Military specification epoxy coating; two-component, hi-solids epoxy coating for spray and brush applications. Formulated for the protection against solvents and chemicals on interior and exterior surfaces. It is low “VOC” and lead/chromate free. Primary coating used on U.S. Navy Aircraft.
Military specification epoxy coating; two-component, chemically cured, forms a film that is resistant to chemicals, solvents and abrasion. Excellent adhesion to most substrates and is recommended for heavy duty industrial applications where a tough, chemical resistant coating is required. Excellent ultraviolet ray resistance and superior exterior durability. Low “VOC” and high solids, available in both camouflage and non-camouflage for use as a finish coat of military combat equipment.
Military specification: aerospace grade, multi-component chemically cured Polyurethane Coating that forms a film that is resistant to chemicals, solvents and abrasion. Meets requirements for the extremes of the naval aviation environment and is standard topcoat used on all U.S. Navy and Marine Corps aircraft. The standard primer coating shall be MIL-PRF-23377 Type I or MIL-PRF-85582 Type I. Type II of both MIL-PRF-23377 and MIL-PRF-85582 is required when the use of tactical grays is specified.
Military Standard: Finishes, Coatings, and Sealants, for the Protection of Aerospace Weapons Systems. This standard establishes the minimum requirements to be Considered for finishes, protective coatings, and sealants used in the protection of aerospace weapons systems.
Defense / Mil-spec coating; water-dispersible, polymeric flattened, chemical agent resistant, aliphatic polyurethane camouflage coatings for use as a finish coat on all military tactical equipment, which includes ground, aviation and related support assets. The materials are free of volatile organic hazardous air pollutants (VOHAP-free), free of inorganic hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) other than cobalt and non-hexavalent chromium, A two-component, waterborne, CARC polyurethane coating.
Military specification: single component, polymeric flattened, chemical agent resistant, aliphatic polyurethane coating for use as a finish coat on military tactical equipment, which includes ground, aviation and related support assets. Other than where noted, the materials are free of volatile organic hazardous air pollutants (VOHAP-free), free of inorganic hazardous air pollutants (HAPs) other than cobalt and non-hexavalent chromium. The coating is lead, cadmium, cadmium compounds and hexavalent chromium free. A single component, hi-solids aliphatic, Low VOC / HAPS Free, CARC polyurethane coating.
Military specification: High grade copolymerized silicone alkyd enamel intended for use on primed smooth metal surfaces, reinforced plastic, wood and plastic/composite surfaces. It is highly weather resistant and has superior color and gloss retention as well as heat resistance of up to 750 degrees Fahrenheit. Available in color number 26270 per FED.STD 595B, Navy Haze Gray and others as required.
Defense / Mil-spec coating; The paint is a light gray equipment enamel (Navy Formula Number 111) for shipboard use as a topcoat on equipment, machinery, furniture and electrical equipment, such as switchboard installations. This product may be used wherever VOC air pollution regulations apply. The light gray equipment enamel covered by this specification is an air dry, solvent base coating for use in all interior dry areas including applications covered by reactor plant painting schedules.
Military specification: Powder Coating. This specification covers powder coatings for interior steel, aluminum, copper-nickel and bronze equipment, furniture, end electrical box surfaces and on exterior steel, aluminum, copper-nickel, and bronze surfaces exposed to marine atmosphere, high humidity, seawater, and weathering.
Military specification: A solid film lubricant with molybdenum disulfide and corrosion inhibiting pigments in a dark grey color with a flat finish. This coating is typically sprayed on or dipped and yields a 0.0003 to 0.0007 film thickness. Applicable on steel, stainless steel, aluminum, titanium and copper substrates.
Military specification: Finishes: Organic, Weapons System, Application and Control. Reactivated June 2015 and may be used for new and existing designs and acquisitions.
Military Standard: Painting of Naval Ordnance Equipment. This standard covers materials, methods, and processes for paint systems approved for use in the painting and protection of various types of naval ordnance equipment and weapons against deterioration.
Military Standard: Painting Procedures and Marking for Vehicles, Construction Equipment, Material Handling Equipment, and Spare Parts. This standard establishes minimum requirements for materials to be used and procedures to be followed in surface preparation, surface treatment, plating and painting of vehicles, construction and material handling equipment, and markings so as to provide protection from the adverse effect of chemical and environmental conditions.
Military Standard – Department of Defense Manufacturing Process Standard: Finishing of Metal and Wood Surfaces. This standard establishes and updates general finish codes and serves as a general guide to the selection of suitable materials, procedures, and system for cleaning, plating, painting and otherwise finishing of metal and wood surfaces.
Military Standard: Finishes, Materials, and Processes for Corrosion Prevention and Control in Support Equipment (Mil-hdbk-808). The purpose of this standard is to establish acceptable requirements for materials selection, materials processing, cleaning processes, finishing materials and finishing processes and techniques for effective protection against corrosion for support equipment excluding munitions and electronic equipment. This standard covers both organic and inorganic finishes. A finish code system is provided for identifying the selected finish on engineering drawings.
The foregoing list is not all inclusive of our capabilities, they are simply examples. If you have a need outside of the mil-specifications above, feel free to contact us to discover how we can assist. We are experienced in numerous coatings and paints applied to multiple types of materials and we are asked to provide solutions to coating challenges on a regular basis. If we can’t perform the job, we will refer you to someone that can.