With more than 50 years of experience in the Australian market, Denso Australia has the solutions to help modern utilities mitigate the potentially crippling effects of corrosion.

belgium-shrinkable-sleeve-smc501Denso (Australia), a subsidiary of Winn & Coales (Denso) Ltd, commenced operations in Victoria in 1961. Today, the company manufactures and supplies Australian utilities with anti-corrosion coatings, including liquid epoxies, mastics, primers, petrolatum, bitumen and butyl tapes, heat shrink sleeves, HDD wraps and tanking systems.

Denso’s range of products has been developed to treat and prevent corrosion for above or below ground substrates in all environmental and climatic conditions. Common applications include pipelines, valves and fittings, tanks, structural steel work and marine structures.

Denso Australia has a dedicated team who are constantly refining and improving their existing products and developing new ones to address corrosion across a wide range of industry sectors.

A recent innovation is Premier’s new heat shrink sleeve (HSS), which has an advanced butyl-based mastic adhesive. This new addition to the range has an imprinted indicator to confirm that the correct amount of temperature is being applied during installation.

The sleeves are designed to be used on butt welds, seams, or slips in collar-type joints. The new HSS is compatible with factory coatings such as polyethylene, polypropylene, epoxy resin, polyurethane and bitumen.

Due to their high mechanical stability, low water vapour and oxygen permeability, the Premier HSS with indicator is a reliable corrosion protective system.

With 65 per cent of their products being locally manufactured, Denso is proud to be endorsed by the Australian Made campaign.

Denso Australia looks forward to continuing to meet the needs of the utility industry, delivering high quality products from globally-recognised brands including Denso, Protal, Archco Rigidon, PCS, Premier and Sylglas.

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