About Us

EnduroBond is a fusion-bonded polymer coating that is a one-part, heat-curable, thermosetting coating designed for corrosion protection of metal.

Enduro-Bond coating provides a protective coating on Ductile Iron or Carbon Steel that holds up longer than Stainless Steel...and tests prove it. Enduro-Bond will extend the service life of your valves and increase your bottom line.

Holds up longer than Stainless Steel

Mechanical Tolerances
Application on threads without impact to mechanical tolerances.
Protects ductile iron and carbon steel for a fraction of the cost of stainless steel.​
Low Expenses
Reduces operating expenses and downtime due to corrosion.

If it's metal, we can coat it… field tests prove it!

The corrosive environment of today’s Oil Field and Industrial applications demand valves that can perform reliably with corrosive chemicals, salts, liquids, heat, and the eroding effects of other nature.

Under these severe conditions, all valves are subject to extreme wear, eventually requiring maintenance or replacement.

Enduro-Bond coating provides a protective coating on Ductile Iron or Carbon Steel that holds up longer than stainless steel… and tests prove it.

Corrosion and the damage it can cause contributes to $12.5 billion annually in lost opportunity, replacement of goods, labor, and frustration.

Do you have a challenge with corrosion in your business?

EnduroBond is an excellent application for

Corrosion can’t touch this coating!

Items We Coat
Items Protected From Corrosion

Our Happy Clients!

Approximately six months ago we provided H.W. with two 4” swing check valves. One was coated by Endurobond the other was non-coated CS.

Both valves were installed on discharge tanks and run parallel to each other. The media in these lines are Oil, Water, and some sand ...
I have worked for Odessa Pumps & Equipment for the past 20 years and have been involved in all the various departments and processes throughout the company.

One of our valuable and major service accounts Apache Corporation at their Texon field about 13 miles west of Big Lake, Texas has always had issues with pumping the produced water in that field.