High Chem Novolac Epoxy is a versatile fast low-temperature curing Novolac epoxy with excellent chemical resistancesuch as resistance to 98% sulfuric and 37% HCL acids. Our Novolac Epoxy coating is used where environments demand resistance to harsh chemicals and good durability. It provides superior resistance to water spotting, even under adverse conditions, and is DOT non-corrosive. This material is used in industrial flooring, chemically resistant tank linings,chemical handling equipment, chemical storage vessels and marine environments. It is used on metal, wood, fiberglass,concrete, masonry and other difficult to coat low temperature surfaces requiring a tough chemical resistant coating. HighChemEpoxy is 2-component mixture which may be applied using roller, brush or low-pressure pot spray. This material is to be used directly on clean dry contaminant-free surfaces and becomes tack free within 1 hour depending on ambient humidity and temperature. Full cure is achieved under normal..
High Impact - High Chem Epoxy is a versatile fast low-temperature curing Novolac epoxy with excellent chemical resistance such as resistance to 98% sulfuric and 37% HCL acids. It provides superior resistance to water spotting, even under adverse conditions, and is DOT non-corrosive. Nano silicone rubber particles have been incorporated in the matrix, this increases flexibility and reduces cracking.
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SPS™ is a 100% solid polyurea with a silicone tail. This enables the polyurea to have superior chemical and heat resistance, lower water absorption, better abrasion resistance and improved weathering. Although aromatic the silicone tail reduces oxidation when exposed to direct sun light. Light colors will still change but gloss remains. SPS will have less algae build up and reduce marine growth compared to regular polyurea. SPS performs well when exposed to petroleum products such as gasoline with or without ethanol, diesel fuel with or without biofuel added and crude. Conventional polyurea is attacked by the ethanols. SPS requires heated plural spray equipment such as Graco EXP-2 using hose heats of 150 - 160F and primary heats the same. Spray pressures using Graco P2 or Fusion gun are to be set at 2000psi. Surface preparation should be the same as regular polyurea that is clean, dry and abraded. SPS can be available in different hardness from 65 shore D to 80 Shore A. Tensile s..