Epoxyden 3034 Polyester with fiberglass fibers
Armored novo lack epoxy layer for chemicals and fuels tankers and reservoirs floors and walls
Contain: 7-pages. Code 5 liter: Updated: 03 November 2013 ………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………
Two components fiber glass fibers armored epoxy coating, 100% solids content, for tankers and reservoirs of crude oil and refined fuels floors coating, durable in 98% sulfuric acid. For 1500 micron in 3 layer. Thick and strong, provides chemical defense and physical mechanical strength. Durable in interior and exterior coating for pipes in refineries and containers for storing fuels and chemicals. Strong and gives chemical and physical protection from burns made from aggressive acids in high concentrations.
- High build, good resistant to acids in full concentration, especially 98% sulfuric acid.
- Suitable for coating floors of tankers, kettles and reservoirs of crude oil and fuels.
- Durable in fuels and crude oil regularly in heat until 90oC.
- Resistant to sulfuric acid concentration 98% for un limited time.
- Flexible armored with polyester fibers tough floor coat.
- Has mechanical strength for very big weight loads.
- Very high adhesion to primer layer and between coats.
- Easy to apply and dries fast.
- Ready to recoat again in the same day.
- Resistant to fuels and oils including jet fuel.
- For coating pipes, tankers, reservoirs walls and floors made of concrete and steel in the oil industry in refineries and oil fields reservoirs.
- Coverage – 1 liter to 2 square meters in a layer of 500 microns.
- Recommended thickness – 1500 microns in 3 x 500 micron
- Number of layers – 3-5 according physical demands.
- Flexibility – 4 mm (sheen)
- Bending strength – 30 Nt/mm2
- Impact strength – 1.8 Jaul/mm2
- Density – 1.2-1.4 gm\cm3 (ASTM D 1475)
- Viscosity– part a + part b as soon as they mixed – 3.5-4.0 Pa.sec (Haake)
- Pressing strength – 86 Nt/mm2
- Elongation strength – 18 Nt/mm2
- Mixing ratio: 2.5:1
- Hardness – > 10 Dg (Ericsson)
- Adhesion to iron metal – 210 kg/cm2
- Adhesion to aluminum – 180 kg/cm2
- Adhesion to concrete – higher than concrete strength.
- Pot life – 20 minutes.
- Solids % – 100%
- Flash point – non
- Abrasion – 120 microns layer – 4500 cycles (BYK Gardner)
- Heat resistance – 121OC for 1 hour without any changes in film quality and hue color.
- Hot oil durability – 121OC for 24 hours without changes in quality and hue color.
- Hydraulic oil resistance – 65OC for 24 hours without changes in film quality and hue color.
- Solvents durability -50 time rubbing with a cloth soaked in MEK no peeling of paint from film.
- Distilled water resistant – 4 days in temperature 49OC – no imperfections of the film.
- Adhesion test – masking tape gluing and pressure with 2kg weight for 1 hour – when pull off no flaking of paint film.
- Salt spray testing with a scratch – resistant 3000 hours (ASTM B117-97 table 1 rank 5) development of corrosion until 5 mm.
- Humidity cell test – coated Panel 150 microns with a scratch (ASTM-1654-00 table 1 rank 10) = zero rust from the scratch.
- PULL OFF adhesion test (ASTM D4541) – average 4 tests thickness 110-125 microns thickness averaging 117 microns after 7 days of drying- 1050 Psi
- Epoxy resin novolack.
- Fillers, anticorrosive pigments.
- Hardeners polyamine.
- Fiberglass fibers.
- Gray, Red/Brown.
- Gloss-silky > 45% (ASTM D 523) with 60o lens.
Touch dry time:
- 3-4 hours.
Dry time between layers:
- 16 hours. Final: 24 hours. Final hardness 7 days.
- Brush, roller, spraying.
- Spray gun – with top cup and nozzle 1-2 mm.
- No dilution.
- Ferrous metals: new steel – cleaning with sand blasting to SA 2.5 – a white metal, maintenance works – for rusty surfaces: mechanical brush cleaning – ST3, and without rust – ST2, galvanized steel – sand until matte surface until no bright areas. Paint primer Epoxyden primer 50 mic. dry layer.
- Concrete – sand lightly, grease cleaning with Degreezer Z, burn with salt acid 10% for 20-30 minutes and flash with high pressure water. After full dry – min. 48 hours, a primer coat : Epoxyden floor primer 35-45 mic. dry.
Instructions for use:
- Open carefully parts A and B separately and mix each well.
- Pour from both parts the necessary quantity in the right ratio and mix well with mechanical mixer (best operated by air pressure, for safety reasons).
- Pour to the primer paint 3-6 hours after it painted when surface is sticky and not fully dry.
- Spread the first 500 micron layer and smooth it with wiper and stich roller, after few hours when it is dry to touch or walk on it, spread the second 500 layer and then the third, the total coat must be minimum 1.5 mm. if it is very big reservoir add 2 more layers for 2.5 mm total thickness.
- If metal floor is rusty and old, a 3 mm for every coat can be spread.
- Iron tankers – epoxyden primer hb19.
- Concrete – epoxyden floor primer.
- This paint is top coat.
Pot Life after mixing A+B of 5 liters:
- At temperature 15oC – 30 minutes
- At temperature 20oC – 25 minutes
- At temperature 25OC – 20 minutes.
- At temperature 30OC – 15 minutes
- At temperature 35oC – 10 minutes
- No solvent evaporation. No special ventilation needed.
- 3.6 + 1.4 = 5 liters. 13+5=18 liter
- In a cool and shady room temperature with proper ventilation.
- Keep lids tightly closed.
- 12 months in original package.
- 4/100-D thinner immediately after painting.
- In accordance with our specifications.
- COA and COC certificate.
- ISO 9001-2008
- Not eatable, keep from the reach of children.
- Flammable, keep distant from heated areas, fires, flames, and sparks. Prohibit smoking in the work area.
- Check that there is enough air while applying. In case there is not enough air, uses ventilation according to the ventilation table.
- Wear protective glasses, gloves and suits.
- Avoid direct contact with the paint and thinner from the eyes and skin. In case of contact, immediately wash thoroughly with water.
- In case of an injury immediately get doctors assistance.
- Read the safety instructions on the labels.
- Don’t mix with substances and materials that were not recommended by us.
- Don’t apply if the temperature is under +7°C.
- Don’t apply if the humidity is over 80%
- When applying with Airless, do not aim it at anybody a direct hit could be fatal at pressures between 150 and 300 atm.
- Read thoroughly the technical data of the product listed in this section; confirm that everything is understood completely, for clarification contacts our tech. department.
- All information that is listed in this content is a recommendation only and do not apply in a court of law, the costumer must confirm that this product is compatible with his equipment and needs. The information listed in this section is according to laboratory environment which the substances were tested. At a 25°C room temp and 65% humidity.
- The recommendations listed do not hold any responsibility for this product.
- Theoretical and actual coverage are different concepts, the actual coverage is affected by the required thickness of the layers, required number of layers, painting conditions and the amount of paint spread in the air before touching the surface.
- The information listed in this section is based on experience and accumulating data, which has Denber inc., the right to change the information listed at any time without any note in advance. Paints that have been in stagnation could have their qualities change by up to 20%
- Storage room temperature 15°C to 25°C.
- Over Spray: an effect that happens when spraying, a type of dust is created from the dryness of gases in the air and the paint particles fall dry on the surface. This effect is created by over pressure and heat, the pressure should be lowered; most sprayers have a lever to level the amount of pressure, lower the pressure to minimum. It is also possible to spray with low pressure while getting closer to the surface.
Another possibility is to increase the amount of thinner in the mixture therefore moistening the gases in the air which would cause the paint particles to fall wet on the surface. This is common especially when painting in open hot areas.
- An additional recommended possibility in order to avoid this effect is to add retarder to the mixture that immediately increases the duration period before the paint dries up enabling it to reach the surface wet, creating an even painted smooth layer.
- Pot Life : The amount of work time possible with the two substance mixture (epoxy, polyurethane) in the time of mixing A +B components of the paint , without spoiling the qualities of the paint and disqualifying the paint from usage. Some paints life spans can be increased by freezing the mixture.
- Spray: It is possible to spray with a sprayer that has a container holding the paint that sprays it with all’ pressure.
- Airless: a device that puts pressure on the paint with a piston that compresses the air that creates powerful pressures that can reach 100 atm.. Don’t aim the spray of paint at anyone..
- Surface preparations: the levels of cleanness are determined by international standards. Cleansing sand and surface preparations are critical in order to get optimal results of adhesion of paint on the surface. These standards are equally compared to the standards of the Swiss SA, the German-DIN, the U.S SSPC SP for each standard on any level there are indicators that are for purchase in order visually compare in the field between the cleansing of the surface and the indicator.
- Before painting large surfaces it is vital to first apply on a small surface and certify that the paint is compatible and meet the level of satisfactory.
- Laboratory testing was according to the standards institution specifications.
- This “Data sheet” given as noncommittal information , the product above recommended for professional painting specialists. The information is not substitute to guidance.
- You must read an MSDS safety instructions before you start working with the product.
Safety instructions and transportation risk levels:
* According to UVV 24 (VGB 32) standards.
- It is recommended to cover containers and tubes which have flammable substances from ‘A’ group, level: 1, 2, 3, and from group ‘B’.
|V b F||A 11|
|Vehicle transportations of dangerous substances|
|In GGVE\RID train||3N 31c|
|Secret material sea transportation||CLASS 3.3||CLASS 3.3||CLASS 3.3|
|UN no 1866||UN no 1866||UN no 1866|