Flexibilized Novolac Epoxy Coating
Epoxy.com PRODUCT #600 Flexibilized Novolac Epoxy Coating is a
two-component, 100% solids epoxy coating based on multi-functional high
performance flexibilized resin. Epoxy.com PRODUCT #600 Flexibilized Novolac
Epoxy Coating provides corrosion resistant protection to steel, other metals and
concrete. Epoxy.com PRODUCT #600 Flexibilize Novolac Epoxy Coating has excellent
resistance to chemicals up to 300°F. Epoxy.com PRODUCT #600 Flexibilized Novolac
Epoxy Coating is resistant to continuous immersion in water up to 212°F .
Epoxy.com PRODUCT #600 Flexibilized Novolac Epoxy Coating is formulated in a
convenient 1 to 1 ratio, by volume mix ratio and has a long pot life to simplify
application. Epoxy.com PRODUCT #600 Flexibilized Novolac Epoxy Coating is more
effective in applications which entail force curing.
- Excellent corrosion barrier properties.
- Excellent chemical resistance.
- Excellent adhesion to most metals.
- It protects concrete, steel, or wood from salts, acids, and alkalies
WHERE TO USE
For Chemical Protection Of:
- Steel Tanks
- Heat Exchangers
- Condenser Boxes
- Hot Water Tanks
Steel surfaces should be abrasive
blasted to a commercial gray metal finish as specified by the Steel
Structures Painting Council. For immersion service, blast to near
white blast - SSPC SP-10.
other foreign materials must be mechanically removed to ensure a
satisfactory bond. All dust and debris must be thoroughly removed.
For more information on surface preparation see
Epoxy.com Surface Preparation Guide.
Stir Components "A" & "B" thoroughly before mixing. Combine one part
by volume of "A" with one part by volume of "B" (mixing ratio 1:1). Mix
for not less than three minutes using a slow speed drill (300 to 600
rpm) and Epoxy.com Mixing Paddle. Scrape side and bottom to ensure
thorough mixing. Avoid entrapping air. Apply immediately after mixing.
Epoxy.com Product 3600 Flexibilized Novolac Epoxy Coating may be
applied by brush, roller, or spray. All spray equipment must employ
traps to prevent water and oil from contaminating coating. Thinning may
be required for spraying. Heating may be required for spraying. Heating
will shorten pot life to 20 minutes at 100°F. Apply immediately after
mixing. Apply 10 mils wet film thickness. Apply topcoat after primer is
tack free between 4 and 24 hours.If heated, the tack free time will be
reduced. Epoxy.com Fiber Reinforcement is recommend for tank relining.
Apply the first coat of Epoxy.com Product #600 Flexibilize Novolac epoxy
Coating then place reinforcement. Work reinforcement into coating.
Second coat of Epoxy.com Product #600 is applied after about 3 hours. Be
sure to apply second coat within 24 hours of first coat.
100-200 square feet per gallon (per coat), dependent upon surface
texture and desired thickness. When applying Fiber Reinforcement the
coverage will be less.
Epoxy.com Product #600 Flexibilized Novolac Coating is packaged in 2
gallon and 10 gallon units.
WARNING! A Component contains epoxy resin. B
Component contains alkaline amines; strong sensitizer. May cause skin
sensitization or other allergic responses. Use with good ventilation,
particularly if material is heated or sprayed. Prevent all contact with
eyes or skin. Wear protective clothing, goggles, gloves, and/or barrier
creams. Keep container closed when not in use. Wash thoroughly after
TYPICAL PROPERTIES PRODUCT #600
|Pot Life @ 70-75° F
||45-60 min. Pot life after mixing is approximate
|| Application Time @ 70-75° F
|Cure Time @ 70-75° F
||Foot Traffic Overnight/16 hrs.
Light Vehicular Traffic 1-2 days
|| 3-7 days
|Mix Ratio (by volume)
||Part A: Part B
|Hardness, Shore D
||ASTM D 2240
|Tensile Strength, psi
||ASTM D 638 7 days cure @ 70-75° F
|Elongation % @ Break
||ASTM D 638 7 days cure @ 70-75° F
|Compressive Strength, psi
||ASTM D 575
|Impact Strength, in.-lbs.
||ASTM D 4226 Falling Ball Method
|Low Temperature Flexibility
||ASTM D 3111,
360° Bend 1/4" Mandrel @ -15° F