Chemical Agent Resistant Coating

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Chemical Agent Resistant Coating is a paint commonly applied to military vehicles to provide protection against chemical and biological weapons.[1][2]

The surface of the paint is engineered to be easily decontaminated after exposure to chemical warfare and biological warfare agents. The paint is also resistant to damage and removal by decontaminating solutions. Two-component systems (e.g. epoxy or polyester-based) are often employed. This coating is described in MIL-DTL-53072E.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "CARC Technical Paper" (PDF). Milspray.com. 
  2. ^ "MIL-SPECS". Every Spec.