Recommended for structural steel, tank linings, vessels, equipment, pipe racks, storage tanks, towers, in chemical processing plants, pulp and paper mills, sewage and waste water treatment facilities, fertilizer plants, refineries, power plants, coal handling sites, mines and marine installations.
Self priming on steel.
Low Temp. Hardener will cure to 25°F.
Excellent chemical resistance to acids, caustics and many solvents.
Performs well over epoxy mortars and concrete surfaces.
Excellent as a secondary containment coating.
Excellent as a coating for internal tank linings.
Meets all EPA and other air pollution regulations. V.O.C. is less than one pound per gallon.
Outstanding impact, flexibility and abrasion resistance.
Capable for high film build, wraps around edges in one coat.
*Gloss will exhibit slight variation when brushed or rolled due to orientation of fillers. This will not affect
White, Lt. Gray, Med. Gray, Dark Gray, Brick Red, Beige
92% ± 2%
.60 lbs/gal (72 GMS/Liter)
1475 sq. ft. per gallon @ 1 mil
|RECOMMENDED DRY THICKNESS||
5-12 dry mils @ 123-295 sq. ft. per gal.
5 gal and 1 gal kits
4:1 by Volume. 4 parts of Base (Part A) to 1 part of Hardener (Part B)
@ 75°F: 2 hours (Regular Cure); 1 hour (Low Temp. Cure)
Spray, roll or brush
50 – 120ºF (Regular Cure); 40 – 100°F (Low Temp. Cure)
@ 75ºF: 7-8 hours (Regular Cure); 5-6 hours (Low Temp. Cure)
|DRY SERVICE TEMPERATURE||
Up to 20% S-74 per mixed gallon
Minimum 12 months