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POSCO Engineering & Construction
DOCUMENT STATUS
1. D Work m;;iy Pr.().c.e.:..9?ntractor may proceed
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' with fabrication or construction in accordance
\N.it.. p ifiC'..i:i!!<:>.n,._
2. D ..eyise and res.bmi!..9.C?..n.t:l.c.tr,..'!113.Y..f?.f()Ceed in
f:LC::.C::9.rance l/{it.h spec;:if(<:;_8:!!o_n _b._;;i_e_ _c:i_n._ _ no
revisions as noted and resumit. ....
3. D Flvi and resubll'lit( ;i; ;,;y t proceed), .
Revise as noted and resubmit. I-bid fabrication/ .

CLEANING AND . construction.


4, Q Forinformation only
PAINTI N G PROCEDU RE
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M. D Resubnnt. Not acceptable for microfilm or
repr'? gti_('.)n_s_: _O_therwise consid_er----tatus 1
and work may proceed.
NOTE. Permission to proceed does not constitue
t::tccep_ta_nce o i;l_PP_f()Val of design _dat;;i, _ . .
ca l c ulations, analysis, test method s o r m
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developed or selected by the supplier and_ d()_ s .


not relieve the supplier from full compliance
REVIEW contractural obligations.
with DATE :

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UNIT
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PERUN I TOTAL
NO. OESCR IPTION MAT ' (KS) REMARK ' S
QUANTITY WEIGHT(KG)
SCALE NONE PROJECTION NONE
PT KRAKATAU POSCOPOWER
SIZE A4 DIMENSION NONE

Indonesia ISM g EQUIPMENT Condenser


Power Plant
TITLE CLEAN ING AND PAINT I NG PROCEDURE
MAKER
Condenser iJ1 OWG. NO.
DRAWN CHECKED REVIEWED APPROVED DRAWN CHECKED REVIEWED APPROVED
PROJECT DWG No. 101-321-EZ244-010
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POSCO POWER
DATE 12.3.06 12.3.06 12.3.06 OWG No.
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Table of Contents (-&/t )

No. Description

1.0 Scope (<S:l %ie3 -'f-I )

2.0 Code and Standard (<S:l %TJ-:z;j )

3.0 General Requirement (\1A f gr)

4.0 Application (<S:l %)

5.0 Inspection (?3 A f )

6.0 Attachment (.!f.)


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1.0 Scope (.g-'fl )

The intent of this specification is to provide minimum requirements of surface preparation,


painting and protective coating for Condenser of POSCO Power Indonesia ISM Power Plant.

( 7[ A f Ai _:;f:::':.I!IIf!f4 '2.J.S:.L [ A[ of ISM IIf!f4 i'!! E£[ '2!.! AiOll cH E:f .ll\':!.X12.I
.S:. 'ful Oll -§etc.)

2.1 Code and Standard (.gTl-:zj)

Equipments shall be supplied in strict accordance with the latest issue in effect (unless otherwise noted),
at time of purchase order, of code and standards, in addition, the Supplier shall comply
with the Contractor's specification.
(Zf 7[ 7[ \§1.S:. 7[ 7 f \l;( €1-'f- ofoH g)-9-I .Il-'=..1'.f .llAi T-oH .2.Ci \ f{!! Al Oil :B:otj OI '.I}
"'[ i'!:Oil [[f 2.f EE£10i or E:f cf . .<:EE:!- EEAf ??9-I i'f' A f [[f 2.fO f E:f cf.)

2.2 American Society for Testing and Materials (ASTM) Standards


2.3 American Water Works Association (AWWA) Standard
2.4 Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)
2.5 National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE) Standards
2.6 Society for Protective Coationg (SSPC) Standards
2.7 Swedish standard SIS 055900
2.8 German Standard DIN 55928

3.1 General Requirement ('§./ t!.!-Af )

3.2 The equipment shall be coated in accordance with the painting specfication.
In case of conflict between the SHI Shop painting Procedure and the coating specification, the
coating specification shall prevail. Any deviation from the coating specification must be approved
by CLIENT.
(:g::<:[7[ 7[ .s:_:g spec.Oil [[f 2.fAi.s:_:g.'i'.[ oj Aj O f E:f cf. [ OllO[ :<l o fo[ 2[ .s:_:g :<fAi.s>.f
.s:_:g spec. Afo[ Oll %0[ 7[ €1-'f- .s:_:g spec. -'f-{:!A[ E:f cf .
.s:_:g spec.Oil Ai ':l:! Oi Lf <S.j-iJ €1-'f- CLIENTS!. !f.E.1 ;:;'2.1 o fO f E:J-cf .)

3.3 The painting Sub-contractor shall adequately protect all stored materials from damage due to
contamination, rain, and/or freezing temperature.
(741 2.fAf Afi:H 7 f .2.'EJ OILf I .<OE 7cJ?!fl5!. \:)EfOj i!;£1AI 1'£5:_ "'i E:f .5'.:23::::<:[ EfOj O f E:!-Cf .)

3.4 All paint or coating materials shall be supplied to the worksite in their original unopened
and clearly identifiable containers.
(£:': i!ll \:! Lf .s:_:g J:H li 7H -*£1AI PJ.:il, Ji: [ %9-I \§l o[ 7 f :;E:J- 7JH E:!- :Pl
:'.;Oil
.5'. .§ EH 5!. :goi1 EE£[ Oi Aj o f E:fcf.)

3.5 Paint materials shall be used before the expiration of their shelf-life.
(.S:.li shelf-life p[ 't:ilJfAI A f-§5'.[ Oi Xj O f E:f cf .)
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3.6 Material shall be prepared for use in accordance with the manufacturer's instructions.
(Xf7'H Xil:EXf9-I Al \!JAi Oll [[f 2.fAi A f-!F>fOi o E:)-cf.)

3.7 During the sequential paintings, especially at the time of on-site painting after shop
painting, each painting shall be carried out after adequate surface treatment through
consultation with the paint supplier if the period between the sequences elapsed beyond
that specified by the supplier.
(oH £1 £ Al , "i -51 Shop x -'f- E! x AI 7'H £ 7l 'lJDl .illl 'C.l E ;g';;} xil 7
f 7i' l Al E:J- 71'(} 7c3 :i!f 7c3 .If-Oil .illl 'C.l E ;g';;} Xf
2f 2-I "5fOj <Sj E:J- li \"!.Xi2.I
7'H Al -'f- £ Al "5foj o E:)-cf.)

4.1 Application ("'!%)

4.2 Surface Preparation (li \"!.Xi2.I)

(1) All surfaces of carbon steel shall be blasted, unless otherwise specified,
using dry blasting abrasive only.
(''f_g-'- !§l 9-l .E\"! "i \§1"51 \':l ';;}DI ;! E:!- :c!:E '2'\ D f7'H A f%"5fOi 2.f-'- 'S 1i)AI E:)- cf.)

(2) Blast cleaning shall not be conducted when the temperature of the surfaces is
less than 3·c above dew point of the surrounding air or when the relative
humidity of the air is more than 80%.
( 2.f::'.:::5.0ll 21 EJ- .tt\"!.:<i2.I .tt\"!£1 -E'x7 f -'T'-!f-l;g71 £1 01 ;;; -E'x.'I'.cf 3·c 010
£! XI t>.PiL.f, 0CH ;::;; x7 f 80% 0l0 '§1 IT!I Al"5f \"! Z)- cf.)

(3) Any oil and grease on the surface before surface preparation shall be
removed by SSPC - SP 1, solvent cleaning.
(.E\"!.Xi2.I 't:!, .E\"!Oil 71 :i!f ::::12.l -'-7 f .;s]- ;"'EJ-cf \"!, SSPC-SP 1(%X l..til)Oil
l[f2.f X i 7HH o EJ-cf.)

(4) All rough welds, burrs, weld spatters, indentations, and all other sharp surface
projections shall be ground smooth prior to further surface preparation.
(71:B % \"! ' burr, % ::'.:::lIH E 2.-&E!' Xf'ii:i!f 71 Ef £::: \§'7f 7il \"!
.E\"! .Xi2.l 't:!Oll .E\"! :@ @"5f711 £J o EJ-cf.)

(5) Steel and fabrication defects such as weld spatters, lamination scabs,
sharp edges of welds, and slivers visible before or after blast cleaning
shall be repaired prior to coating.
( 2. ..A. E t:!, if. L EL- ::: % A iiH E , g;::: :z{S?.£ Y2.
?S{ XI , % 011 .9..I
'@"7 £tc £A-{ 2.I , AH ol ::: ::::::Aij 2. Xil €! t!- ::: .r ?S.J-%1 t!Ol[ 9 ?S.J-i/
1i)AI ;<J oj o EJ-cf.)
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(6) Abrasive shall be dry and oil-free. Oil and water separators shall be used in compressed
air lines to remove oil and moisture from the air before using.
Separators shall be placed as close as possible to the blast equipment.
('2'! D fAH ::: {:i.'Ef>f j]_ 71 ol file>i O r f>f j]_, %"?' 2.1 71 ::: iiPI Af%<'>f71 {'.loll
iiPIOll
:>t.§ 71 Jlf "?' Ail7i<'>f71 -9-l tH E71 E2.f OJI 1:/ xl £! or <'>f
o1, 2.1 71 ::: 7 f :OO e! :::; 2.f--'- E 1 2xi0il 1:/ xl tH
or e:J-cf.)

(7) After blasting and immediately prior to coating, the blasting dust and abrasives
shall be removed by using a high pressure air blow off and followed by vacuum
cleaning ( :::; 2.f 'a .!f., £<Sf'E:i <S! t:!OJI Al.2.f '2'j DfAH ::: jlgj-9.I E71£ *Oi
AiXil7i<'>f7iLf,
:0Eg%J££ Xil 7itH or e:J-cf.)

4.3 Application of Coating (£ %)

(1) No paint area such as machined surface (metal to metal contacted surface), bolt threads, etc
shall be coated with rust preventive oil. (Tectyl 506 or equivalent)
(7 fE OILf -§ E9.I LfAfci":ilf OI ££! XI l'J::: ¥-9-1 ::: '21" %(§!1 '§! 506 5C ::: % *).£
£.:>t.tH o r e:fcf.)

(2) Paint shall be applied within 4 hours after the surface have been prepared,
but in any event before visible rusting occurs.
(£ <Sf'E:i := li xi2.I .!f. 4AI :er 01 LH Oil %1 Al tH or <'>foj, Oi €! 'f-2.f £ ol {II <'>f 7 I t:! Oil
.r.<>r'E:I %/ AltH or e:fcf.)

(3) Paint shall not be applied to the wet surface.


(:;!Oi ::: li Oll £<Sf'E:i %/ Al oH Ai::: \:.!- §cf.)

(4) Application of paint shall be applied by means of conventional spray or airless spray.
Brush or roller may be used for touch-up and stripe coating.
(£<Sf'E:i ::: OJI C>i --'-.':l'..;,Jl ol 5e::: OJIC>i ;,JI --'- "' oll ol .£ AIEtH or <'>fo1,
:J':OI q 2.f ::: 5'.'T £01 q t! £ Al A f%oH Or e:J-cf.)

(5) Coating materials shall be delivered in the manufacturer's original sealed containers with legible labels.
The containers of paint or thinner shall not be opened unless ready for immediate use.
(.S:. Aij li -6.j 7 E!- .±E O *e_l- {J-Eij £ <5'ij O E o 1

£ £!. :oJ Lf9.I %71 ::: Af%<'>f71 t:jlJf XI 7H tH Ai::: \:.!- § cf.)

(6) Mixing and application of coating material shall be in accordance with the data sheet(s)
published by the paint manufacturer(s).
(5:.AH .i'!.9.I "fil" :oJ %::'. £ £!. Xil .'E'E:J xil9.I data sheetOll "f 2.fo EJ:cf.)

(7) Thinner products from the paint manufacturer shall be used. Products from different
manufacturers shall not be intermixed.
(-;':!Lf ::: ££1.'/J xil OJIAi{II § Xii* A f%oH O f f>fDj Cf :': £.tr.'/J xil 9.I Xii*££ -gfoH Ai::: £]" §Cf.)
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(8) Painting shall be carefully performed at all edges, corners, crevices, rivets, bolts and nuts, welds
and other complex shapes that are sensitive to rust.(to do stripe coating)
(.2.Al 2.I , T-6'.1 , 2. . 2.l i;1! , -§- . L . % ::::IIH 71 ?] H E!- 11! .S: AI
:z.{'§11'>1 -'J's>.li>H Ai 'f'® i>H O E:)-cf. (® .S:. AI))

(9) Unless otherwise specifically indicated, the surfaces, such as stainless steel, brass, copper of
any other non-ferrous items, finished hardware including machined surface, aluminum windows,
name plate, hot dip galvanized and plated surface etc. shall not be painted.
(\".f'i§l "'; '§! E:)- '2} ',;lol ;lcf\l'l :'.:E11 2.I:'.: Y, %. %, ::I. s>.I I. 7 f;;;} '2'1, -'f-o lE :§", '2J B-,
.g.§ o £E.§ li12.1 £1 .±E l2:{ ;:: £ 01 £l 01A-i ::: 12J- .§ c.)

4.4 Touch-up Painting (.'i'.'T .S:. )

(1) Surface preparation


The type of surface preparation for the damaged area shall be determined by the extent of rusting
of the damaged area.
(.'i'.'T \l'l:&I Oll ttf ::' IE'2'! J::12.I \!J"igj ::". 2.§ fE \l'l OI '§!" .S:.Oil s>.li>H .§ cf.)

(2) Rusted area and coating defects area shall be prepared by blast or power tool cleaning.
( .§ ..tt.12.1:V. £ gj- 1f!I ::: 2..A. § EE ::: % 5T.£ X-{ 2.] "E!-cL)

(3) Non rusted area and slightly damaged area shall be prepared by hand tool or power tool cleaning.
(l§t £1xl 1?.i.:ll e-!f- 1 7 :&!- li't.1 ?ET EE ::: % 5T£ X-{ 2.I EJ-cL)

(4) The application method for the touch up painting is specified by brush or spray.
Touch up painting by roller is not permitted.
(5:'.9£ EE ::: .A. c11 01 '2J-ig,-j .g.E D , 2-{ ::: Cr/ %£.I XI ?J- ::: c.)

(5) Damaged parts caused by burns, welds, scratches, impact act. during fabrication, handling,
storage, shipping and erection shall be touched up with the same kinds of paints after power
tool(SP-11) or hand tool(SP-2) cleaning.
cx-11 . 01 %, s:i.-E!- , . iE! g.011 ;;. % , gi .g.:z:i 0
£ oH -s e¥1 :::
power tool OILf hand tool.5". :<12.I E:!" ::: ;:;-'fts>.I paint£ .'i'.'T.S:. i>H O E:)-cf.)

5.1 Inspection ('fl A f )

5.2 Scope of inspection shall be as follows. (Cf £1 Af :::; 'El Af E:)- cf.)
(1) Painting materials. (.S:.AfAH )
(2) Surface preparation. (IE '2'l J::12.I)
(3) Individual dry film thickness of coating. (?:!±.S:."!" 'f.rnl)
(4) Finish color. (.S:. "'! )
(5) Appearance. (s>.l'E:f)

5.3 The film thickness and film continuity will be subject to inspection by OWNER through the
use of suitable measuring devices.
(.S:."J" !f-))jls>.f .S:. EH Oll eij t>foj :&l E:!- I Ol t>foj OWNEROll7JI 'EJ Af igJ- ofo E:!- cf.)
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5.4 Dry film thickness (D.F.T) shall be checked in accordance with SSPC-PA2.
(:c! ±.S:.'4 71 SSPC-PA2 Oil "f<Of tf cf.)

6.0 Attachment (¥)

6.1 Painting schedule of shop ------ 1 sheet

6.2 The data sheet of painting materials


(1) Carboline 11 ------ 2 sheets
(2) Carboline 0501 RC ----- 2 sheets
(3) Carboline 134 ----- 2 sheets
(4) Carbomastic 15 ------ 2 sheet
(5) Thermaline 400 ------ 2 sheet
(6) Carboline 4631 ------ 2 sheet
(7) TECTYL 506 ------ 2 sheets
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Attachment (6.1 Painting schedule of shop: Shop 50 21 Jll"!A-l)


FINAL
Design SURF. D.F.T Total
No. DESCRIPTION No. of Coat PAINT TYPE BRAND NAME COLOR REMARK
Temp.('C) PREP. (!") D.F.T(I")
IMunsell No.)

1st Inorganic Zinc Rich Primer Carbozinc 11 75

2nd Epoxy MIO Carboline 0501 RC 125


Shell, Hotwell, Gray Green
Outside 120 SSPC-SP10 Min.240
(2.5G 6/2)
Transition 3rd Acrylic Urethane Carboline 134 40
1
&
Extended Neck Repair Epoxy Mastic Carbomastic 15 100

Water Soluble Rust Preventive


Inside - SSPC-SP6
(ANTIRUST 300X. DONGHO MOOLSAN Co..Lld.)

1st Inorganic Zinc Rich Primer Carbozinc 1 1 75

2nd Epoxy MIO Carboline 0501 RC 125


Gray Green
Outside 120 SSPC-SP10 Min.240
Water box (2.5G 6/2)
3rd Acrylic Urethane Carboline 134 40
2 &
Piping Repair Epoxy Mastic Carbomastic 15 100

Inside - SSPC-SP10 Rubber Lining (Min.Smm)

1st Inorganic Zinc Rich Primer Carbozinc 11 75

2nd Epoxy MIO Carboline 0501 RC 125


Gray Green
3 Expantion Joint Outside :"> 120 SSPC-SP10 Min.240
(2.5G 6/2)
3rd Acrylic Urethane Carboline 134 40

Repair Epoxy Mastic Carbomastic 15 100

1st Inorganic Zinc Rich Primer Carbozinc 11 75


Nozzle
4 Outside 120-200 SSPC-SP10 2nd Epoxy Phenolic amine adduct Thermaline 400 100 Min.270 Gray
(120-200-C )
3rd Epoxy Phenolic amine adduct Therma!ine 400 100

1st Inorganic Zinc Rich Primer Carbozinc 11 75


Nozzle
5 (200-4oo·c )
Outside 200-400 SSPC-SP10 2nd Silicon modified Carboline 4631 25 Min.120 Silver

3rd Silicon modified Carboline 4631 25


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Attachment (6.1 Painting schedule of shop: Shop 50 2t Jll ,\-J)

D.F.T FINAL
Design SURF. Total
No. DESCRIPTION No. of Coat PAINT TYPE BRAND NAME (IJffi) D.F.T(IJffi) COLOR REMARK
Temp.('C) PREP.
( Munsell No.)

1st Inorganic Zinc Rich Primer Carbozinc 1 1 75


Nozzle
6 Outside 400-600 SSPC-SPt O 2nd Silicon modified Carbo!ine 4631 25 Min.120 Silver
< 400-eoo ·cl
3rd Silicon modified Carboline 4631 25

7 Bellows Stainless Steel - Hkll

8 Cathodic Protection Sytem Maker Standard

Valve. Level Gauge. Anode &


9 Maker Standard
ECT
Note

1. Water Box9.1 Bolt Hole inside 2J. bolt Hole Back-Facing ¥¥1, :12.IJl Tubesheet£1 Bolt Hole Inside !::f.¥1E CE JI J stE el , {! Ai i!I- g S:. A g} OtQ:I S:. S:.JJt AI 9- e!-CL

Note
Carbozinc® 11

Selection & S ecification Data


Generic Type Solvent Based Inorganic Zinc
Substrates & Surface Pre aration
General Surfaces must be clean and dry. Employ
Description Time-tested corrosion resistant primer that adequate methods to remove dirt, dust, oil and
protects steel qalvanically in the all other contaminants that could interfere with
harshest adhesion of the coating.
environments. For over 35 years, Carbozinc 11
has been the industry standard for high Steel Immersion: SSPC-SP10. For steel tank
performance inorganic zinc protection on linings, welds must be continuous. Remove
steel structures worldwide. weld spatter, slag and oxides caused from
welding prior to blasting. Note: Immersion
applications for this product are limited to
Features • Meets Class B slip co-efficient and creep
testing criteria for use on faying surfaces certain solvents and petroleum-based
products. Contact Carboline Technical Service
• Rapid cure. Dry to handle in 45 minutes at for specific recommendations.
60F (16C) and 50o/o relative humidity Non-Immersion: SSPC-SP6
·Low temperature cure down to OF (-18C) High Surface Profile: 1.0-3.0 mils (25-75 micron)
zinc loading
• Meets FDA requirements in gray color
• Available in ASTM 0520, Type 2 zinc version Performance Data
·Very good resistance to salting
· May be applied with standard airless or Test Method Svstem Results Renart #
conventional spray equipment ASlM D4541
1 ct. CZ 11 1500 psi Pneumatic 03306
• VOC compliant in certain areas Adhesion
0.668; meets
ASlMA-325 Blasted steel requirements for 02722
Color Green (0300); Gray (0700) Slip Co-efficinet 1 ci. CZ 11
Class B ratina
1 ct. CZ 11 No rusting or
Finish Flat at 2 mils dry blistering, cracking
ASlM 8117 film or delamination
SR 405
Primers Self Priming Salt Spray thickness after 43000 hrs.
over blasted Moderate salting of
steel the surface onlv.
Topcoats Not required for certain exposures. Can be
ASlM D3363
topcoated with Epoxies, Polyurethanes, Acrylics, 03278
Pencil 1 ct. CZ 11 Pencil Hardness "H"
High-Heat Silicones and others as Hardness
recommended by your Carboline sales No blistering or
representative. Under certain conditions, a mist rusting of coating or
coat is required to minimize topcoat bubbling. rusting of bare steel
MSHTOM300 area after 650 hrs.
1 ct. 11 over
Bullet Hole
Dry Film 2.0-3.0 mils (50-75 microns). Dry film thickness Abrasive Immersion in 5% 02514
Immersion sodium chloride
Thickness in excess of 6.0 mils (150 microns) per coat is blasted steel
Paragraph 4.6.9 solution; 1.5" round
not recommended. bare area in
coatina.
Solids Content By Weight: 79°/o ± 2o/o

Zinc Content By Weight: 85% ± 2% in dry film

2
Theoretical 1000 mil ft (24.9 rrf /J at 25 microns)
Test reports and additional data available upon written request.
Coverage 333 ff at 3.0 mils (8.2 rrf II at 75 microns)
Rate Allow for loss in mixing and application

VOC Values EPA Method 24: 4.0 lbs/gal (479 g/I)


Thinned:
7 oz/gal w/ #21: 4. 1 lbs/gal (492 g/I)
5 oz/gal w/ #26: 4.1 lbs/gal (492 g/I)
5 oz/gal w/ #33: 4.1 lbs/gal (492 gn)
These are nominal values.

Dry Temp. Untopcoated:


Resistance Continuous: 750'F (399°C)
Non-Continuous: soo·F (427°C)
With recommended silicone topcoats:
Continuous: 1ooo·F (538°C)
Non-Continuous: 1200·F (649°C)

December 2008
To the best of our knowledge the technical data contained herein ls true and accurate on the date of publication and is subject to change without prior notice. User must contact Carboline ComP.any to
verify correctness before speci(Ying or ordering. No guarantee of accurac_y is given or implied. We guarantee our products to confonn to Carbollne Quality control. We assume no responsibility for
coverage, performance or mjunes resulting from use. Liability, If any, ls llmitea to replacement of products. NO OTHER WARRANTY OR GUARANTEE OF ANY KIND IS MADE BY CARBOLINE
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, STATUTORYi._BY OPERATION OF LAW, OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Carbollne® and Carboguard®
are registered trademarks of Carboline vompany.
Carbozinc® 11

A lication E ui appropriate respirators must be used by all


application personnel.
ment
Caution This product contains flammable solvents. Keep
Spray The following spray equipment has been found
away from sparks and open flames. All electrical
Application suitable and is available from manufacturers equipment and installations should be made and
(General) such as Binks, DeVilbiss and Grace. Keep grounded in accordance with the National Electric
material under mild agitation during application. If Code. In areas where explosion hazards exist,
spraying stops for more than 1O minutes, workmen should be required to use non-ferrous
recirculate the material remaining in the spray tools and wear conductive and non-sparking
line. Do not leave mixed primer in the hoses shoes.
during work stoppages.

Conventional
Spray
Agitated pressure pot equipped with dual
regulators, 3/8" 1.0. minimum material hose, with
Application Conditions
a maximum length of 50', .070" J.D. fluid tip Condition Material Surface Ambient Humiditv
and appropriate air cap.
40°-95°F 40G-110°f 40°-95°F
Normal 40-90o/o
Airless Pump Ratio: 30:1 (min.) f4°-35°C) '4°-43°C\ f4°-35°C\
Spray GPM Output: 3.0 (min.) 0°F 0°F 0°F
Minimum 30%
Material Hose: 3/8 l.D. 1-18°Ct l-18°Cl 1-18°C\
(min.) Tip Size: .019-.023" 130°F 200°F 130°F
Maximum 90o/o
Output PSI: 1500-2000 154°C\ i93°C\ 154°C\
Filter Size: 60 mesh This product simply requires the substrate temperature to be above the
Teflon packings are recommended and available dewpomt. Condensation due to substrate temperatures below the dew point
from the pump manufacturer. cancause flash rusting on prepared steel and interfere with proper adhesion to
thesubstrate.
Special application techniques may be required above or
For touch-up of areas less than one square foot belownormal application conditions.
Brush only. Use medium bristle brush and avoid
rebrushing.

Not recommended
Curing
Roller Schedule
Surface Temp.
Dry to
Dry to
Dry to
& 50%1 Immersion
Mixin & Thinnin Relative
Handle Topcoat
Service
0°F f-18°C\ 4 Hours 7 Days NR
Mixin
Power mix base, then combine and power mix as 40°F f4°C) 1 Hour 48 Hours 72 Hours
g
follows. Pour zinc filler very slowly into premixed 60°F 116°C\ % Hour 24 Hours 48 Hours
base with continuous agitation. Mix until free of
lumps. Pour mixture through a 30 mesh screen. 80°F 127°Cl Hour 18 Hours 18 Hours
DO NOT MIX PARTIAL KITS. 100°F 138°C\ 1h Hour 16 Hours 14 Hours
These times are based on a 3.0-4.0 md (75-100 micron) dry film thickness.
1 Gal 5 Gal Kit Higher film thickness, insufficient ventilation or cooler temperatures will require
Ratio Ratio Part A: Kit 3.75 gals. longer cure limes and could result in solvent entrapment and premature failure.
Zinc Filler: .75 gal. 73 lbs Humidity levels below 50% will require longer cure limes. Notes: Any salting that
14.6 lbs appears on the zinc surface as a result of prolonged weathering exposure must

Thinning May be thinned up to 5 oz/gal (4%) with #26 for be removed prior to the application of additional coatings. Also, loose zinc must
ambient and warm surfaces. For extremely warm be removed from the cured film by rubbing with fiberglass screen wire if: 1) The
or windy conditions, may be thinned up to 5 Carbozinc 11 is to be used without a topcoat in immersion service and "zinc
oz/gal (4%) with #33, pick up" could be detrimental, or 2) When "dry spray/overspray" is evident on
In cool weather (below 60 'F (16°C )), thin up to the cured film and a topcoat wi!! be applied. For accelerated curing or where
the relative humidity is below 40%, allow an initial 2-hour ambient cure followed
7 oz/gal (6o/o) with #21. Use of thinners other by misting with water or steam to keep the coated surface wet for a minimum
than those supplied or recommended by of 8 hours and until the coated surface achieves a "2H" pencil hardness per
Carboline may adversely affect product ASTM 03363.
performance and void product warranty, whether
expressed or implied.
Pot Life
8 Hours at 75•F (24°C) and less at higher
Packa i n ,Handlin & Stora e
temperatures. Pot life ends when coating
becomes too viscous to use. Shipping 1 Gallon Kit 5 Gallon Kit
Weight 23 lbs (10 113 lbs (51
Cleanu & Safet (Approximate) kg) kg)

Cleanup Flash Point (Setaflash) Part A: 55°F (13°C)


Use #21 Thinner or lsopropyl Alcohol. In case
of spillage, absorb and dispose of in accordance Zinc Filler:NA
with local applicable regulations.
Storage (General) Store Indoors.
Safety Read and follow all caution statements on this
product data sheet and on the MSDS for this Storage Temperature 40 -100cF (4-38°C).0-90% Relative
product. Employ normal workmanlike safety & Humidity Humidity
precautions. Hypersensitive persons should wear
protective clothing, gloves and use protective
cream on face, hands and all exposed areas. Shelf Life Part A: 12 months at 75°F (24°C)
Zinc Filler: 24 months at 75cf (24°C)
Ventilation When used as a tank lining or in enclosed areas,
thorough air circulation must be used during and
after application until the coating is cured. The
ventilation system should be capable of
1 :
o rn n:::.
preventing the solvent vapor concentration from
reaching the lower explosion limit for the solvents
used. In addition to ensuring proper ventilation,
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9 contained
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on the1 date of publication
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EXPRSS OR IMPLIED, srATuTORY, e1iloPERATION OF LAW, o OTHERWISE, 1NcLUDING MRCHANTABJLITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Carboline® and Carboguard®
are registered trademarks of Carboline Company.
Selection Data S ecification Data
GENERIC TYPE : Multi-inhibitive pigmented polyamide cured THEORETICAL SOLIDS CONTENT OF MIXED MATERIAL :
recoatable epoxy coating. Optional Micaceous lronOxide (MIO)
By Volume
filled coating is available. Part A and Part B mixed prior to
application.
Carboline 0501 RC 61% ± 2%
GENERAL PROPERTIES : High-butid maintenance coating primer
or intermediate coat. Can be over coated with two component RECOMMENDED DRY FILM THICKNESS PER COAT :
and conventional coating even after long weathering period. Has 4-6 mils (100-150µ)
excellent durability, tough film with long term flexibility and good
resistance to water and splash of mild chemical. Will cure even THEORETICAL COVERAGE PER MIXED GALLON
at temperature down to 23"F (-5'C). 978 mil sq. ft. (24.4 sq. m /1 at 25µ)
244 sq. ft. at 4 mils (6.1 sq. mI!at 100µ)
RECOMMENDED USES : Recommended as a general purpose
epoxy build primer or intermediate coat in protective coatings 11
NOTE : Material losses during mixing and application will vary
for steel and concrete structures exposed to atmospheric land or and must be taken into consideration when estimating job
marine conditions. Can be used for protection of above water requirements.
hulls, decks and super - structures.
SHELF LIFE : 12 months when stored at 75"F (24'C)
NOT RECOMMENDED FOR : Immersion service or exposure
to strong acids and solvents. GLOSS : flat

TYPICAL CHEMICAL RESISTANCE COLORS : Red, Gray. Low metallic sheen

Exsure Sglash & Sgillage Fumes


Acids
Alkalies
Good
Very Good
Very Good
Very Good
Orderin I nformation
Solvents Good Very Good Prices may be obtained from Carboline sales representative or
Sall Excellent Excellent main office.
Water Excellent Excellent
APPROXIMATE SHIPPING WEIGHT :

TEMPERATURE RESISTANCE : (Non-Immersion) 1 Gal. Kit 5 Gal. Kit


Carboline 0501 11.7 lbs.(5.3 kg) 58 lbs.(26 kg)
RC
Continuous 200"F( 93'C)
Carboline Thinner 9 lbs.(3.2 kg) 35 lbs.(16 kg)
Non-Continuous 250"F(121"C) #433
FLASH POINT : (Pensky-Martens Closed Cup)
FLEXIBILITY : Very Good
Carboline 0501 RC Part A 77"F(26'C)
WEATHERING : Very Good (better than normal epoxy) Carboline 0501 RC Part B 77"F(25'C)
Carboline Thinner #433 79"F(26'C)
SUBSTRATES : Apply over suitably primed metal or other
surface as recommended.

COMPATIBLE COATINGS : May be top-coated with acrylics,


urethanes, chlorinated rubber, vinyl, epoxies, alkyd or others as
recommended. Can not over coated with coal tar epoxy. Can be
applied over good aged alkyd, chlorinated rubber, vinyl and
epoxies. A Mist-coat is required to minimize bubbling over
inorganic zincs.

To the best of our imowledge the technical data contained hereln are true and accurate at the date of issuance and are subject to change without prior notice. User must
contact Carboline to verify correctness before specifying or ordering. No guarantee of accuracy Is given or implied. We guarantee our products to conform to Carboline
quality control. We assume no responsibility for coverage, performance or Injuries resulting from use. Liability, if any, is limlled to replacement of products. Prices and cost
data if shown. are subject to change wllhout prior notice. NO OTHER WARRANTY OR GUARANTEE OF ANY KIND IS MADE BY THE SELLERM EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
STATUTORY, BY OPERATION OR LAW, OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING MERCHANTABI LITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
Carboline® 0501 RC

SURFACE PREPARATION : Remove any oil or grease from


NOTE : The following equipment has been found suitable
surface to be coated with clean rags soaked in Carboline however, equivalent equipment may be substituted.
Thinner # 2 or toluol in accordance with SSPC-SP 1.
Conventional : Use 3/8" minimum LO material hose. Hold gun
STEEL : Dry abrasive blast to a near white metal finish in
approximately 12-14 inches from the surface and at a right angle
accordance with SSPC-SP 10-82 to a degree of cleanliness in
to the surface.
accordance with NACE #2 to obtain a 1-3 mill (25-75µ)
blast
profile. Acceptable-power tool clean per SSPC-SP 3 for touch-up Mfr. & Gun Fluid Tip Air Cap
only 66 63PB
Binks #18 or #62 E 704
MIXING : Power mix Part A, then combine and mix in the Approx ..D70"
DeVilbiss P-MBC or JGA
following proportions. l.D.

Airless : Use 3/8 minimum l.D material hose. Hold gun


1 Gal. 5 Gals.
approximately 18-20 inches from the surface and at a right angle
Carboline 0501 RC Part A Kit Kit
to the surface.
Carboline 0501 RC Part A
0.8 Gal 4 Gals
0.2 Gal 1 Gal

Thin up to 20%1 by volume with Carboline Thinner #433. Mfr. & Gun Pump*
Devilbis JGA-507 QFA-514 or QFA-519
NOTE : Use of thinners other than those supplied or approved
Graco 205-291 President 30 : 1 or Bulldog 30 : 1
by Carboline may adversely affect product performance and void
product warranty, whether expressed or implied * Teflon packing is recommended and is available from pump
manufacturer.
INDUCTION TIME : 20 minutes if applied at temperature below
50°F (10°C) Use a 0.019"-0.023" tip with 2000psi.

POT LIFE : Four hours at 75°F(24 t) and less at higher BRUSH OR ROLLER : For small area or touch-up only. Use a
temperature. Pot life ends when coating become too viscous to medium natural bristle brush, with full strokes. Avoid rebrushing.
use. Use a short nap mohair roller with phenolic core.

APPLICATION TEMPERATURES : DRY TIME :

Material Surfaces Temrature Drt: to To12 Coat Final Cure


Normal 60-85"F(16-29°C) 60-90"F(16-32°C)
Minimum 50"F(10°C) 23"F(-5°C)
23"F(-5°C) 48 Hours 20 days
Maximum 90"F(32°C) 135"F(57°C)
32°F( O°C) 30 Hours 10 days
Ambient Humi 68°F(20°C) 12 Hours 6 days
Normal 65-85"F(16-29°C) 10-85% 86"F(30°C) 6 Hours 4 days
Minimum 23"F(-5°C) 90"F(40°C) 4 Hours 3 days
Maximum 110"F(43°C) 95%
NOTE : Maximum recoat intervals : No limitation. Chalking
Do not apply when the surface temperature is less than 5'F{3"C) should be removed by water washing and surface should be dry
above the dew point. and free from any contaminants.

CLEAN UP : Use Carboline Thinner #15.


Special thinning and application techniques may be required
above or below normal conditions.
STORAGE CONDITIONS :
SPRAY : Use sufficient air volume for correct operation of Temperature 50°F-90"F(10-32°C)
equipment Humidity : 0-100%1

Use a 50o/o overlap with each pass of the gun. On irregular


surface, coat the edges first, making an extra pass later.

CAUTION: CONTAINS FLAMMABLE SOLVENTS. KEEP AWAY FROM SPARKS AND OPEN FLAMES. IN CONFINED AREAS WORKMEN MUST WEAR FRESH
AIRLINE RESPIRATORS. HYPERSENSITIVE PERSONS SHOULD WEAR GLOVES OR USE PROTECTIVE CREAM. ALL ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT AND
INSTALLATIONS SHOULD BE MADE AND GROUNDED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE. IN AREAS WHERE EXPLOSION

·
HAZARDS EXIST. WORKMEN SHOULD BE REQUIRED TO USE NONFERROUS TOOLS AND TO WEAR CONDUCTIVE AND NONSPARKING SHOES.

bolme.,
Selection Data VOLATILE ORGANIC CONTENT (VOC)
The following are nominal values:
GENERIC TYPE : Aliphatic Acrylic Polyurethane. Part A and Part
As supplied : 3.99 lbs/gal (408 g/
B mixed prior to application.
Thinned : Utilizing Thinner #25 (spray application)

GENERAL PROPERTIES : Carboline 134 a glossy, tile-like


attractive topcoat, produces a smooth, slick and hard film which is % Fluid Pounds/ Grams/
readily cleaned. Carboline 134 has very good resistance to splash Thinner Thilned Ozs./Gallon Gallon Liter
and spillage of acids, alkalies and most solvents. It exhibits 560
excellent resistance to splash and spillage of salts and water. It is #25 25 32 4.67 570
easily applied by airless or conventional spray. #82 25 32 4.76 544
#215 20 25.6 4.54
Excellent gloss and color retention. RECOMMENDED DRY FILM THICKNESS PER COAT : •
Excellent weatherability 1.5 mils (38µ)
Excellent abrasion resistance.
Excellent flexibility. *NOTE : Some colors of Carboline 134 may require two coats to
hide when applied over dark surfaces.
RECOMMENDED USES : Recommended as a finish coat for
exteriors of tank, equipment, piping, structural steel and concrete THEORETICAL COVERAGE PER MIXED GALLON ·•
surface \Yhere chemical resistance, toughness and weatherability 770 mils sq. ft ( 19 sq. mil at 25µ)
are required. Carboline 134 is an excellent coating for use in 513 mils sq .ft ( 13 sq. mil at 38µ)
chemical processing, pulp and paper, petrochemical, offshore *Material and application losses will vary and must be taken into
drilling and similar demanding industries. Carboline 134 also finds consideration when estimating job requirements.
many applications in areas of heavy marine, institutional and waste
treatment where a highly resistant and attractive coating is desired. STORAGE CONDITIONS : Store indoors.
Temperature : 40-110.F(4-43"C)
NOT RECOMMENDED FOR : Immersion services. Humidity : 0-90%

TYPICAL CHEMICAL RESISTANCE : SHELF LIFE : 'Mien stored at 75"F (24"C)


EX[!Q§Ure Sglash & Sgill;;i;Q!l: Fumes Carboline 134 Part A 24 months
Acids(1) Very Good Excellentminimum
Carboline 134 Part B 24 months minimum
Alkalies(1) Very Good Excellent
Solvents (2) Very Good Excellent
NOTE : Polyurethane materials are moisture sensitive. Keep
Salt Water Excellent Excellent
tightly covered before use. Moisture contamination will cause
Excellent Excellent
poor cure of the coating or gellation of Part B.
(1) Certain colors may discolor. COLORS : Available in a variety of colors. Contact your local
(2) Resistance may vary depending on the type of solvent Carboline Sales Representative or Carboline Customer Service
involved.
Department for availability. This product is available in
Carboline's Rapid Tint System. Variance with Rapid Tint colors
TEMPERATURE RESISTANCE : (Non-immersion) may be greater than with standard production batches. Check
Continuous : 200"F(93t) color suitability before use.
Non-continuous : 2so·F(121"C)
GLOSS : High gloss.
SUBSTRATES : Can be used over property primed metals and
cementitious surfaces.

COMPATIBILITY COATINGS : Can be used over vinyl, acrylic,


urethane, epoxy and others as recommended. Normally applied Orderin Informatio
over coatings such as Carboguard 890 and Carboguard 893
Primer.
n
Prices may be obtained from your local Carboline Sales
Representative or Carboline Customer Service Representative.
APPROXIMATE SHIPPING WEIGHT :
1's S's
Carboline 134 12 lbs.(5 kg) 57 lbs.(26 kg)
S ecification Data Carboline Thinner #215 * 8 lbs.(3.6 kg) 40 lbs.(18.2 kg)
THEORETICAL SOLIDS CONTENT OF MIXED MATERIAL Carboline Thinner #25 9 lbs.(4 kg) 42 lbs.(19 kg)
: Carboline Thinner #82 ** 9 lbs.(4 kg) 42 lbs.(19 kg)
By Volume
Carboline 48% ± 2%
134 * For roller application only.
** For hot/windy conditions.

December 2010
To the best of our knowledge the technical data contained herein are true and accurate at the date of Issuance and are subject to change without prior notice. User must
contact Carboline to verify correctness before specifying or orderlng. No guarantee of accuracy is given or implied. We guarantee our products to conform to Carboline
quality control. We assume no responsibility for coverage, performance or injuries resultfng from use. llabinty, If any, Is limited to replacement of products. Prices and cost
data if shown, are subject to change without prior notice. NO OTHER WARRANTY OR GUARANTEE OF ANY KIND IS MADE BY THE SELLERM EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
STATUTORY, BY OPERATION OR LAW. OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING MERCHANTABI LITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
Carbo/ine® 134

FLASH POINT : (Pensky-Martens Closed Cup)


Do not apply when the surface temperature is less than S"F
Carboline 134 Part A (2t) above the dew point.
63"F(24"C)
Urethane Converter 553
91"F(33"C)
Carboline Thinner #215 Special application techniques may be required above or below
128"F(54"C)
Carboline Thinner #25 normal conditions.
87"F(31"C)
Carboline Thinner #82 78"F(26"C)
SPRAY : The following spray equipment has been found suitable
SURFACE PREPARATIONS : Remove any oil or grease from and is available from manufacturers such as Binks, DeVilbiss
surface to be coated with clean rags soaked in Carboline and Graco.
thinner
#2 in accordance with SSPCSP 182. CONVENTIONAL : Use a 3/8" minimum material hose, 0.043"
l.D. fluid tip and appropriate air cap. Hold approximately 12-14
Steel : Apply over clean, dry recommended primers, surfacers inches from surface and at a tight angle to the surface.
andfor tiecoats.
Air1ess :
Concrete : Apply over clean, dry recommended primers.
surfacers and/or tiecoats. Pump Ratio 30 : 1 (min)'
GPM Output 3.0 (min)
MIXING : Mix separately, then combine and mix in the Material Hose 3/8" l.D. (min)
following Tip Size 0.013" - 0.015
proportions. Output psi 2,100 - 2,300
Filter Size 60 - 100 mesh
Do not mix partial kits.
1 Gal. Kit 5 Gal. Kit " Teflon packings are recommended and are available from the
Carboline 134 Part Partial filled pump manufacturer.
A 7 pts.
5 gallon
can
Urethane Converter 553 1 pt. Partial filled BRUSH OR ROLLER : Brushing recommended only for touch-up
1 gallon
can of small areas. Use natural bristle brush applying with full
strokes. For roller application, use a short nap mohair roller with
THINNING : Thin up to 25%1 by volume with thinner #25. phenolic core. Avoid rebrushing and/or rerolling.

For hot and/or windy conditions use Thinner #82. DRYING TIMES : These times are based on recommended
dry thickness of 1.5 mils (38µ). Higher film thicknesses will
Thin up to 20%1 by volume with Thinner #215 for brush and lengthen cure times.
roller applications. Do not exceed recommended level of thinning.
Surface
Refer to Specification Data for VOC information. Temrature DrY: to Recoat Final Cure
40'F( 4"C) 10 Hours 2 Weeks
NOTE : Substitute thinners may contain alcohols which will 60"F(16"C) 6 Hours 10 Days
inhibit the cure of Carboline 134. Use of thinners other than 75'F(24"C) 3 Hours 1 Week
those supplied or approved by Carboline may adversely affect 90'F(32"C) 112 Hour 5 Days
product performance and void product warranty, whether
expressed or implied. RAIN RESISTANCE Requires a minimum cure of three hours
at 75"F(24t) and longer at lower temperatures. Surface
POT LIFE : Four hours at 75"F (24"C) and less at higher moisture before this time will decrease the gloss.
temperatures. Pot life ends when material becomes too viscous
to use. CLEAN UP : Use Thinner #2.

APPLICATION TEMPERATURES : CAUTION : READ AND FOLLOW ALL CAUTION STATEMENTS


ON THIS PRODUCT DATA SHEET AND ON THE MATERIAL
Material Surfaces
SAFETY DATA SHEET FOR THIS PRODUCT.
Normal 65-85"F(18-29"C) 65-85'F(18-29"C)
Minimum 40'F( 4"C) 40"F( 4"C)
Maximum 110'F(43"C) 130'F(54"C)

Ambient Humidity
Normal 60-85'F(16-29"C) 35-80o/n
Minimum 40"F( 4"C) 0%
Maximum 120'F(49"C) 85o/o

CAUTION: CONTAINS FLAMMABLE SOLVENTS. KEEP AWAY FROM SPARKS AND OPEN FLAMES. IN CONFINED AREAS WORKMEN MUST WEAR FRESH
AIRLINE RESPIRATORS. HYPERSENSITIVE PERSONS SHOULD WEAR GLOVES OR USE PROTECTIVE CREAM. ALL ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT AND
INSTALLATIONS SHOULD BE MADE AND GROUNDED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE. IN AREAS WHERE EXPLOSION
HAZARDS EXIST. WORKMEN SHOULD BE REQUIRED TO USE NONFERROUS TOOLS AND TO WEAR CONDUCTIVE AND NONSPARKING SHOES.
Selection & S ecification Substrates & Surface Pre aration
Data
Generic Type
Modified aluminum epoxy mastic General Surfaces must be clean and dry. Employ
Description adequate methods to remove dirt, dust, oil and
Aluminum-pigmented, low-stress, high-solids all other contaminants that could interfere with
mastic with outstanding performance properties adhesion of the coating.
and proven field history. Carbomastic 15 was
the
pioneer mastic coating in a number of industrial Steel Immersion· SSPC-SP10 with a 2.0-3.0 mil (50-
markets and today still provides unmatched
levels of barrier protection and corrosion 75 micron) surface profile.
resistance over existing finishes and rusted or Non-Immersion- SSPC-SP6 with a 2.0-3.0 mil
SSPC-SP2 or SP3-cleaned steel. (50-75 micron) surface profile for maximum
Excellent performance over minimal surface protection. SSPC-SP2, SP3, SP7, or SP12 are
Features
preparation of steel substrates also acceptable methods
Suitable as a topcoat for most tightly adhered Galvanized
existing coatings Steel
For optimum performance sweep blast cleaning
Excellent choice for field touch-up of zinc-rich is recommended. Consult your Carboline Sales
primers and galvanized steel Previously Representative for specific recommendations.
Unique formulation with aluminum flakes Painted
provides exceptional barrier protection Lightly sand or abrade to roughen and degloss
Surfaces
May be applied at 35"F (2C) when CM 15 the surface. Existing paint must attain a
minimum 3A rating in accordance with ASTM
FC's part B is utilized. 03359 x
VOC compliant to current AIM regulations Scribe adhesion test.

Color
CM 15: Aluminum (C901); Red (M500)' Performance Data
CM 15 FC: Aluminum (C901); Red
(M500)'

Color variations within a batch and from batch- Test System Results Report #
to batch may occur due to the metallic Method
pigments and variations in application
techniques and conditions. Neither product is ASTM 0522 Blasted steel
A) Conical - crack

color matched, nor will they match each other. Flexibility 1 ct. CM15
0.38", actual
elongation 48.57%
A) SR340
(15 FC may have a greenish appearance.)
*Red (M500) is available for use as a B) Cylindrical- no
B) ITL223
ASTM
contrasting primer in multiple coat applications, 89.8 mg
04060
but should always be topcoated. Taber
1 ct. CM15 per 3000 cycles 02362
Primers Abrasion
CS 17 wheel,
Self-priming. May be applied over most tightly 1000 am load
adhering coatings as well as inorganic zinc Area damaged:
primers. A mist coat may be required to minimize ASTM G14 A) Blasted A) 1/4 inch (0.25")
Impact steel
bubbling over inorganic zinc primers. Resistance 1 ct. CM15 02829
Topcoats
Dry Film
Acrylics, Alkyds, Epoxies, Polyurethanes B) Rusted
B) 1/4 - 9/16 inch
(Q.44"l
steel
Thickness 3.0 mils (75 microns) over existing coatings and No blistering, rusting, or
ASTM 8117 Rusted steel
5.0 mils (125 microns) minimum on rusted steel. Salt Spray 1 ct. CM
softening 02460
7.0-10.0 mils (175-250 microns) in one or two No rust creep from scribe
15
coats for severe exposures. ASTM
Rusted steel No blistering or softening
Do not exceed 10.0 mils (250 microns) in a 01735 SR 295
1 ct.CM 15 No creep from scribe
single coat. Water Foa ..
Solids Content Test reports and add1t1onal data available upon wntten request.
By Volume: 90o/o ± 2o/o
Theoretical 2 2
Coverage Rate 1444 mil ft (36.0 m /I at 25 microns)
288 ff at 5 mils (7.2 m2 /I at 125 microns)
Allow for loss in mixing and application
VOC Values
CM15 & As supplied: 0.7 lbs/gal (88
CM 15 FC g/I) Thinned:
32 oz/gal w/ #76: 1.9 lbs/gal (231 g/I)
32 oz/gal w/ #10: 2.0 lbs/gal (242
g/I) These are nominal values.
HAPS Values
As supplied: 0.70 lbs/solid gal
Dry Temp.
Resistance Continuous: 180"F (82"C)
Non-Continuous: 250"F
(121"C)
Discoloration is observed above 180°F (82°C).

March 2007 replaces November


0185
2003
Carbomastic® 15 & 15 FC

Application Equipment Application Conditions


Listed below are general equipment guidelines for the application of this CM 15
product. Job site conditions may require modifications lo these guidelines to achieve Condition Material Surface Ambient Humiditv
the desired results. 65"-85°F 65"-85°F 65c-85°F
General guidelines; Normal 35-80%
l18"-29"C) (18"-29"C) (18"-29°Cl
Spray Appllcatlon 50°F 50°F 50°F
The following spray equipment has been found suitable Minimum 0%
(General) and ls available from manufacturers such as Binks, (10°C) f10"Cl 110°C)
DeVilbiss and Grace. 90°F 130°F 100°F
Maximum
132"C) (54"C) 95%
(38'Cl
Conventional Pressure pot equipped with dual regulators, 3/8" l.D.
Spray minimum material hose, .086" l.D. fluid tip and CM 15 FC
appropriate air cap. Condition Material Surface Ambient Humiditv
50°F 35°F 35°F
Airless Spray Pump Ratio: 30:1 (min.)* Minimum 0%
(10"Cl (2°C) 12"Cl
GPM Output: 3.0 (min.) 75°F 130°F 100°F
Material Hose: 3/8" l.D. (min.) Maximum 95%
124"C) (54'C) 138'C)
Tip Size: .019-.025" This product s1mp!y requires the substrate temperature to be above the
Output PSI: 1900-2100
dew point. Condensation due to substrate temperatures below the dew point
Filter Size: 60 mesh
can cause flash rusting on prepared steel and interfere with proper adhesion to
'Teflon packings are recommended and available from the substrate. Special application techniques may be required above or
the pump manufacturer. below normal application conditions.
Brush & Roller Multiple coats may be required to obtain desired
appearance, recommended dry film thickness and
adequate hiding. Avoid excessive re-brushing or re
Curin Schedule
rolling. Use clean natural bristle brush or medium nap CM 15
phenolic core roller. Work coating into all irregularities. Final Cure
Surface Temp. &
50% Relative
Dry to Recoat I Topcoat for
Immersion
Plural Component May be applied by plural component spray equipment. Humidity
50°F 10°c 5 Days Seivice
15 Days
Contact Carboline Technical Service for specific
recommendations. 60°F 15cc 3 Days 10 Days
75°F 24°C 24 Hours 5 Days

Mixin & Thinnin 90°F 32°C


. 18 Hours
Dry to Touch 1s 5 hours at 75 F (24 C). Maximum recoatJtopcoat times are
3 Days

Mixing Power mix separately, then combine and power mix. 30 days for epoxies and 90 days for polyurethanes at 75°F (24°C).
DO NOT MIX PARTIAL KITS.
CM 15 FC
Ratio Surface Temp. & 50% Relative
1:1 Ratio (A to B) Dry to Recoat I Topcoat
Humiditv
Thinning
May be thinned up to 32 oz/gal (25%) with Thinner #10. 35"F t2"C) 32 Hours
Substitute Thinner #72 when non-photochemically 50°F r1o•C) 25 Hours
reactive thinners are desired. To extend pot life, may be 60°F /16°Cl 18 Hours
thinned up to 32 oz/gal (25%) with Thinner #76. Use of 75°F (24°C\ 5 Hours
thinners other than those supplied by Carboline may Dry to Touch ls 3.5 hours at 75"F (24°C), Maximum recoatJtopcoat times
adversely affect product performance and void product are 30 days for epoxies and 90 days for polyurethanes at 75°F (24°C).
warranty, whether expressed or implied.
Pot Life These times are based on a 5.0-7.0 mil {125-175 micron) dry film thickness.
2 Hours at 75°F (24cC)
CM 15 Higher film thickness, insufficient ventilation or cooler temperatures will require
unthinned 1 Hour at 90°F (32°C)
longer cure times and could result in solvent entrapment and premature failure.
unthinned
Excessive humidity or condensation on the surface during curing can interfere
Pot Life Pot life ends when coating become too viscous to use.
with the cure, can cause discoloration and may result in a surface haze. Any
CM 15 FC
Approximately 30 minutes at 75"F (24"C) unthinned. haze or blush must be removed by water washing before recoating. If the
When thinned 12%, pot life will be 45 minutes at 75"F. maximum recoat time is exceeded, the surface must be abraded by sweep
Pot life ends when coating becomes too viscous to use. blasting prior to the application of additional coats. Note: This product contains
Cleanu conductive pigments and cannot be holiday tested.

Cleanup
Use Thinner #2 or Acetone. In case of spillage, absorb
Packa i n , Handlin & Stora e
and dispose of in accordance with local Shipping Weight 2 Gallon Kit 10 Gallon Kit
applicable regulations. (Approximate) 25 lbs (11 kg) 124 lbs (56 kg)
Safety Flash Point
Read and follow all caution statements on this product Part A: >200°F (93°C)
data sheet and on the MSDS for this product. Employ (Setaflash) CM 15 Part B: 76°F (24°C)
normal workmanlike safety precautions. Hypersensitive CM 15 FC Part B: 45'F I 7"C)
persons should wear protective clothing, gloves and
use Storage (General) Store Indoors.
protective cream on face, hands and all exposed areas. Storage Temperature 45° - 110°F (7-43"C)
Ventilation & Humidity 0-90% Relative Humidity
When used as a tank lining or in enclosed areas,
thorough air circulation must be used during and after Shelf Life: CM15 Part A & B: Min. 36 months at 75°F (24°C)
application until the coating is cured. The ventilation CM 15 FC Part A & B: Min. 36 months at 75°F (24°C)
system should be capable Of preventing the solvent
vapor concentration from reaching the lower explosion
limit for the solvents used. In addition to ensuring proper *Shelf Life: (actual stated
ventilation, appropriate respirators must be used by all shelf life) when kept at
application personnel. recommended storage
Caution This product contains flammable solvents. Keep away conditions and in
from sparks and open flames. All electrical equipment original unopened
and installations should be made and grounded in containers.
accordance with the National Electric Code. In areas 350 lfonlcy Jndustr!al C"oun, SL Louis, MO 63144-
where explosion hazards exist, workmen should be 15119 3141644-1000 3141644-4&!7 (fax)
required to use non-ferrous tools and wear conductive www.carbolinc.com

Fl!'!J
and non-sparking
shoes. An Company
March 2007 replaces November
2003
Selection Data THINNED : Utilizing THINNER #2

GENERIC TYPE : Modified epoxy-phenolic, amine adduct FluId Pounds Grams


cured.
Part A and B mixed prior to application. °l a Ounces/Gal /Gallon /Liter
Primer Thinned 32 3.42 410
GENERAL PROPERTIES : A high performance, immersion Finish 25 32 3.50 420
grade 25
coating system which has excellent resistance to weUdry cycling
conditions at elevated temperatures. RECOMMENDED DRY FILM THICKNESS PER COAT :
Typical System :
Temperature resistant to 400"F
1c. Thermaline 400 Primer 5 mils (125µ)
Very good flexibility
1c. Thermaline 400 Finish 5 mils (125µ)
Excellent overall chemical resistance
Very good abrasion resistance
THEORETICAL COVERAGE PER MIXED GALLON
Easily applied by spray
Thermaline 400 Primer
Acceptable for use over stainless steels
1043 mil sq. ft (26 sq. mil at 25µ)
Meets stringent VOC (Volatile Organic Content) regulations.
209 sq. ft at 5 mils (5 sq. m/! at 125µ)

RECOMMENDED USES : Used to protect steel substrates Thermaline 400 Finish


under thermal insulation 1011 mil sq. ft (25 sq. m/! at 25µ)
202 sq. ft at 5 mils (5 sq. m/! at 125µ)
NOT RECOMMENDED FOR : Continuous immersion in water
over 130"F(54t.:), strong mineral and organic acids. Mixing and application losses will vary and must be taken into
consideration when estimating job requirements.
TYPICAL CHEMICAL RESISTANCE :

Exoosure Fumes STORAGE CONDITIONS : Store


Acids/Mineral indoors. 40-110 (4-43"C)
Good
Alkalies Temperature 0-90%
Excellent
Solvents Humidity
GoodMExcellent
Salt SHELF LIFE : Twenty-four months when stored at 75"F (24'C)
Excellent
water Excellent
COLORS : Primer-Brick Red (0500) only.
Finish-Gray (6797).
TEMPERATURE RESISTANCE :
Continuous :
Coating discoloration can be expected when exposed to 400"F
400"F(204"C) NonMcontinuous
(204'C). This discoloration does not affect performance.
: 450"F(232t)
GLOSS : Flat
SUBSTRATES : Apply over suitably prepared steel, or others as
recommended. Do not apply to substrates over 110"F(43"C) during
initial application.

Orderin I nformation
Prices may be obtained from your local Carboline Sales
S ecification Data Representative or Carboline Customer Service Department.
THEORETICAL SOLIDS CONTENT OF MIXED MATERIAL :
APPROXIMATE SHIPPING WEIGHT :
By Volume
Thermaline 400 PRIMER 65% ±
fi. S's

2% Thermaline 400 Primer & Finish 13 lbs.(6 63 lbs.(29 kg)


Thermaline 400 FINISH
63% ± kg) Carboline Thinner #2 8 lbs.(4 kg) 39 lbs.(18 kg)
2%
VOLATILE ORGANIC CONTENT
: FLASH POINT : (PenskyMMartens Closed Cup)
The following are nominal values
Thermaline 400 Finish Part A 46°F( 8"C)
Thermaline 400 Primer Part A 46°F( 8"C)
AS SUPPLIED :
Thermaline 400 Part B 85"F(29"C)
Primer : 2.5 lbs/gal (300 gm
Finish : 2.6 lbs/gal (312 g/ Carboline Thinner #2 24"F(-5"C)

February 2003

To the best of our knowledge the technical data contained herein are true and accurate at the date of issuance and are subject to change without prior notice. User must
contact Carbollne to verify correctness beforn specifying or ordering. No guarantee of accuracy is given or implied. We guarantee our products to conform to Carboline
quality control. We assume no responsibility for coverage, performance or injuries resulting from use. Liability, if any, is limited to replacement of products. Prices and cost
data If shown, are subject to change without prior not!ce. NO OTHER WARRANTY OR GUARANTEE OF ANY KIND IS MADE BY THE SELLERM EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
STATUTORY, BY OPERATION OR LAW, OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING MERCHANTABI LITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
Thermaline® 400

SURFACE PREPARATIONS : Remove any oil or grease from


CONVENTIONAL : Pressure pot equipped with dual regulators,
surface to be coated in accordance with SSPC-SP 1.
3/8" l.D. minimum material hose, 0.055-0.070" l.D. fluid tip and
appropriate air cap.
Steel : Abrasive blast to a Near White Metal Finish in
accordance with SSPC-SP 10 (or NACE #2) to obtain a 1.5-3 mil Air1ess :
(37.5-75µ) blast profile. Weld slag must be removed and welds Pump Ratio 30 : 1 (min.)
ground to a rounded contour. Striping of properly prepared welds GPM Output 3.0 (min.)
with Thermaline 400 Primer by brush or spray is recommended. Material Hose 3/8" l.D.(min.)
Tip Size 0.015-0.019"
NOTE : After abrasive blasting, all dust. foreign particles and Output PSI 2100-2300
spent abrasives must be removed by blowing down with clean, Filter Size 60 mesh
dry, oil-free air, brushing and vacuum cleaning.
"' Teflon packings are recommended and are available from the
MIXING : Power mix separately, then combine and mix in the pump manufacturer.
following proportions.
BRUSH OR ROLLER : For striping of welds, touch-up of small
1 Gal. Kit 5 Gal. areas only. Use a natural bristle brush applying with full strokes.
Thermaline 400 .8 gallons Kit Avoid rebrushing. If rolled, use a short nap mohair roller with
Primer or Finish PART A 4 gallons phenolic core. Avoid rerolling.
Thermaline 400 Part B .2 gallons 1 gallon
DRYING TIMES : These times are based on the
THINNING : May be thinned up to one quart per mixed recommended dry film thickness. Excessive film thickness or
gallon(25%) with THINNER #2 for spray application. inadequate ventilating conditions after application require
longer dry times and will cause premature failure in extreme
Refer to Specification Data for VOC information. cases.

Final Cure Before


Use of thinners other than those supplied or approved by Temoerature Between Placing I nto
Carboline may adversely affect product performance and will void so·F(10"C) Coats Seivice
product warranty whether expressed or implied. so·F(16"C) 4 Days N/R
75°F(24"C) 2 Days 15 Days
POT LIFE : Four hours at 75"F(24'C) and less at higher 90°F(32"C) 24 Hours 7 Days
temperatures. Pot life ends when coating loses body and begins 12 Hours 2 Days
to sag. EXCESSIVE HUMIDITY OR CONDENSATION ON THE
SURFACE DURING CURING MAY RESULT IN SURFACE HAZE
APPLICATION TEMPERATURES : OR BLUSH; ANY HAZE OR BLUSH SHOULD BE REMOVED
BY WASHING WITH WATER BEFORE RECOATING.
Material Surfaces
Normal 60-85°F(18-29"C) 65-85°F(18-29"C) VENTILATION & SAFETY : WARNING : VAPORS MAY
Minimum 55°F(13"C) CAUSE EXPLOSION. when used in enclosed areas, thorough air
Maximum 90°F(32"C) circulation must be present during and after application until the
110°F(43"C)
coating is cured. The ventilation system should be capable of
Ambient preventing the solvent vapor concentration from reaching the
Normal 65-85°F(18-29"C) lower explosion limit for the solvents used. In addition, fresh
Minimum so·F(10"C) air respirators or fresh air hoods must be used by all
Maximum 100°F(3B"C) application personnel in enclosed areas. Non-sparking shoes,
non-conductive equipment and clothing must be used.
Explosion-proof lighting equipment and clothing must be used.
Do not apply when the surface temperature is less than 5"F(3'C)
Hypersensitive persons should wear clean protective clothing,
above the dew point.
gloves and/or protective cream on face, hands and all exposed
areas.
Special thinning and application techniques may be required
above or below normal conditions.
CLEAN UP : Use Thinner #2.
SPRAY : The following spray equipment has been found
CAUTION : READ FOLLOW ALL CAUTION STATEMENTS ON
suitable and is available from manufacturers such as Binks,
THIS PRODUCT DATA SHEET AND ON THE MATERIAL
DeVibiss and Grace.
SAFETY DATA SHEET FOR THIS PRODUCT.

CAUTION: CONTAINS FLAMMABLE SOLVENTS. KEEP AWAY FROM SPARKS AND OPEN FLAMES. JN CONFINED AREAS WORKMEN MUST WEAR FRESH
AIRLINE RESPIRATORS. HYPERSENSITIVE PERSONS SHOULD WEAR GLOVES OR USE PROTECTIVE CREAM. ALL ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT AND
INSTALLATIONS SHOULD BE MADE AND GROUNDED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE. IN AREAS WHERE EXPLOSION
HAZARDS EXIST. WORKMEN SHOULD BE REQUIRED TO USE NONFERROUS TOOLS AND TO WEAR CONDUCTIVE AND NONSPARKJNG SHOES.
Carboline®4631

Selection Data VOLATILE ORGANIC CONTENT (VOC) The following are


nominal values :
GENERIC TYPE : Modified silicone
As Supplied : 5.0 lbs/gal (sgg glf)

GENERAL PROPERTIES : A single package high temperature Thinned :


coating that withstands continuous temperatures of 1000"F(53 Thinner oz/gal lbs/gal !!!!
8'C ) and surges up to 1200°F(64g'C) 10 8 5.2 623
10 16 5.3 635
Exhibits outstanding thermal shock resistance from 100
0°F(538'C) to 32°F(O'C) RECOMMENDED DRY FILM THICKNESS PER COAT :
May be applied directly to properly prepared steel and 1112 mils (40µ) - Two coats are recommended over bare steel
stainless steel. Application over Carbozinc primers will and one or two coats over inorganic zincs.
provide superior performance by preventing rusting and
rust streaking during a shut down or when the Excessive film thickness over inorganic zincs may result in
equipment is exposed to moisture and/or salts at blistering and delamination when the temperature is increased.
temperatures less than 200"F(93 'C)
Meets VOC(Volatile Organic Content) regulations of 5.4 THEORETICAL COVERAGE PER MIXED GALLON
lbs/gat (647 g/t) for high temperature coatings. 481 mil ft' (12 m'/! at 25µ)
Good abrasion resistance when cured per cure schedule. 321 tt' at 1112 mils (7.5 m'I!at 40µ)

Material losses during mixing and application will vary and


RECOMMENDED USES : For coating exterior of stacks, must be taken into consideration when estimating job
breaching, furnaces, hot piping, mufflers, exhausts and other requirements.
elevated temperature steel surfaces. Generally used where
temperatures exceed 500"F(260'C ) STORAGE CONDITIONS Store indoors.
Temperature : 40-110°F(4-43'C)
NOT RECOMMENDED FOR : Use as a lining or in immersion Humidity : 0-100%
service or exposure to splash and spillage of acids or alkalies.
SHELF LIFE : 12 months when stored indoors at 75"F(24'C)
CHEMICAL RESISTANCE GUIDE :
Exposure Splash &Spillage Fumes COLORS : Aluminum (Cg01) only.
Acids Poor Fair
Poor Fair Color variations within a batch and from batch to batch may
Alkalies
Good occur due to the metallic pigments and variation in application
Solvents Good
techniques and conditions.
Salt Poor Very Good
water Poor Very Good

TEMPERATURE RESISTANCE : (Dry)


Continuous : 1000°F(538'C)
Non-Continuous : 1200"F(649'C)
Orderin I nformation
SUBSTRATES : Properly prepared steel or other surfaces as Prices may be obtained from Carboline Sales Representative or
recommended. Carbolfne Customer Service.
APPROXIMATE SHIPPING WEIGHT :
COMPATIBLE COATINGS : May be applied over inorganic S's
zincs such as the Carbozinc series primers which will increase Carboline 4631 11 lbs.(5 51 lbs.(23 kg)
performance over steel. A mist coat may be required when Carboline Thinner #10 kg) 8 lbs. 40 lbs.(18 kg)
applying over inorganic zincs to minimize bubbling. (4 kg)
FLASH POINT :
(Setaftash) Carboline 4631 68°F(20'C)
Carboline Thinner #1O 83°F(28'C)
S ecification Data
THEORETICAL SOLIDS CONTENT OF MIXED MATERIAL :
By Volume
Carboline 4631 30% ± 2%

February 2003
To the best of our knowledge the technical data contained herein are true and accurate at the date of issuance and are subject to change without prior notice. User must
contact Carboline to verify correctness before specifying or ordering. No guarantee of accuracy is given or implied. We guarantee our products to conform lo Carbollne
quality control. We assume no responsibility for coverage, performance or injuries resulting from use. Liability, if any, is limited to replacement of products. Prices and cost
data if shown, are subject to change without prior notice. NO OTHER WARRANTY OR GUARANTEE OF ANY KIND IS MADE BY THE SELLERM EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
STATUTORY, BY OPERATION OR LAW, OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING MERCHANTABI LITY ANO FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
Carboline® 4631

SURFACE PREPARATION : Remove all oil or grease from


* Teflon packings are recommended and are available from the
the surface to be coated with Thinner #2 or Carboline Surface
pump manufacturer.
Cleaner 3 (refer to Surface Cleaner 3 instructions) in
accordance with SSPC-SP 1.
BRUSH : For small touchup areas only. Use a natural bristle
brush, applying with full strokes. Avoid rebrushing.
Steel : Abrasive blast to a Near White Finish in accordance
with SSPC-SP 10 and obtain a 1-1112 mil (25-40µ) blast
ROLLER : Use a short nap mohair roller with phenolic
profile.
core. Avoid rerolling.
MIXING : Power mix to a uniform consistency.
Brush and Roller application may result in a streaky appearance
due to orientation of the aluminum pigment. For best aesthetic
THINNING : May be thinned up to 16 oz/gal (13%) with
appearance, spray application is required.
Thinner 10.
DRYING TIMES : These times are based on a 1112 mil (40µ)
Use of thinner other than those supplied or approved by
dry film thickness. Excessive film thickness, insufficient
Carboline may adversely affect product performance and will
ventilation or cooler temperatures will require longer cure times
void product warranty, whether expressed or implied.
and could result in solvent entrapment and premature failure.

APPLICATION TEMPERATURES : Surface Between Coats


Material Surfaces Temoerature 16 Hours
40'F( 41:) 8 Hours
Normal 60-90'F(16-32"C) 60-90'F(16-32"C
) 50'F(10"C ) 4 Hours
60'F(16"C ) 2 Hour
Minimum 40'F(4"C) 40'F(4"C )
75'F(24"C ) 1 Hour
Maximum 1OO'F(38 "C) 130'F(54"C)
90'F(32"C)
Ambient Humidity
Normal 60-90'F(16-32"C) 10-85%) Note : Will air dry to touch, but will remain soft for handling
Minimum 40'F( 41:) 0% purposes.
Maximum 130'F(54"C) 90o/o FINAL CURE : To obtain optimum properties, must be cured
to temperatures of 350-450°F(177-232°C). After a 2 hour flash
Do not apply when the surface temperature is less than 5'F off at 75'F(24 ·c), allow initial increase in temperature to
(3"C ) above the dew point. proceed slowly up to 350'F(177t ) over a 6 hour time period.
Hold at 350-450°F(177-232"C ) for 2 hours, the coating is then
Special thinning and application techniques may be required cured and may be put into service
above or below normal conditions.
CLEAN UP : Use Thinner 2 or Toluol.
SPRAY : The following spray equipment has been found
suitable and is available from manufacturers such as Binks, CAUTION : READ AND FOLLOW ALL CAUTION STATEMENTS
DeVilbiss and Graco. ON THIS PRODUCT DATA SHEET AND ON THE MATERIAL
SAFETY DATA SHEET FOR THIS PRODUCT.
CONVENTIONAL : Pressure pot equipped with dual
regulators, 3/8" l.D. minimum material hose, a 0.046" l.D.
fluid tip and appropriate air cap.

Airiess
:
Pump Ratio 30 : 1 (min.)
GPM Output 3.0 (min.)
Material Hose 3/8" l.D.(min.)
Tip Size 0.013-0.015"
Output PSI 2200-2400
Filter Size 60 mesh

CAUTION: CONTAINS FLAMMABLE SOLVENTS. KEEP AWAY FROM SPARKS AND OPEN FLAMES. IN CONFINED AREAS WORKMEN MUST WEAR FRESH
AIRLINE RESPIRATORS. HYPERSENSITIVE PERSONS SHOULD WEAR GLOVES OR USE PROTECTIVE CREAM. All ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT AND
INSTALLATIONS SHOULD BE MADE AND GROUNDED IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE NATIONAL ELECTRICAL CODE. IN AREAS WHERE EXPLOSION
HAZARDS EXIST. WORKMEN SHOULD BE REQUIRED TO USE NONFERROUS TOOLS AND TO WEAR CONDUCTIVE AND NONSPARKING SHOES.

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TECTYL 506

Description

TECTYL 506 is a solvent cutback, wax base, corrosion Protection of metallic surfaces against corrosion in
preventive compound. The dry film is firm, amber, either indoor or outdoor exposure and during
waxy and translucent. TECTYL 506 is excellent for domestic and international shipments.
long term

Laboratory Data
Typical Properties
English Metric
Flash, PMCC, Minimum 100"F 38"C
Specific Gravity @ 60"F(15.6"C 0.88 0.88
) Recommended Dry Film 1.3 mils 32.5 microns
Thickness Theoretical Coverage 630 sq. 15.4 sq. meters/
ft./ liter
Non Volatile % by Weight U.S
Approximate Air Dry Time @ 77"F(25 gallon 1hour
"C ) High Temperature Flow Point, 53-57 150"C
Minimum Low Temperature Flexibility, 1hour
(90 • Bend-No flaking or 300"F -23"C
cracking) Volatile Organic Content 400 grams/
(VOC) -10"F liter
3.241bs./
U.S
gallon

Accelerated Corrosion Tests:

5% Salt Spray (Hours)


(A) *ASTM B-117 @ 1.3 mils,
(2 x 4 x 1/8 in. Polished Steel 2000
Panels)
(B) **DIN 50021 @ 32.5 microns, 360
(125 X 200mm. DIN 1623
Panels)

**ASTM (American Society for Testing and Materials)


* DIN (Deutsche lndustrie Normen)

Benefits by spray, dip or brush.


Easy Application
TECTYL 506 is formulated for easy application
TECTYL 506 is a one-coat rust preventive. The thin
film provides high coverage and low cost protection.
Low Cost Protection
Long Term Protection
TECTYL 506 provides outstanding external Removal
protection of machinery, machine rolls, machine tools, TECTYL 506 can be removed with mineral spirits
automotive parts, dies, tubing, and spare parts. or any similar petroleum solvent, vapor degreasing.
TECTYL 506 has a dielectric (insulating) strength of TECTYL 506 can be removed from fabrics by
approximately 1000 volts per dry mil of film thickness normal dry cleaning procedures. Avoid using
and therefore protects electrical connections and chlorinated or highly aromatic solvents when
helps prevent galvanic corrosion. removing from painted surfaces as these solvent
may adversely affect paint.
Surface Preparation
The maximum performance of TECTYL 506 can Caution: Combustible
only be achieved when the metal surfaces, to be TECTYL 506 cures by solvent evaporation. Keep
protected, are clean and dry. Remove dirt, rust, away from heat, sparks and open flames. Use with
scaling paint and other contaminants before applying adequate ventilation. If applied to the interior of an
506. enclosed vessel adequate ventilation is required for
cure and to ensure against formation of an explosive
Application atmosphere. For further information, consult Korea
Ensure Uniform consistency prior to use. Houghton Corporation. Refer to Korea Houghton
Continuous stirring or thinning is generally not Corporation Material Safety Data Sheet for health
required. If product thickens due to cold storage or and safety instructions.
loss of solvent during use, add only aliphatic mineral
spirits and only if necessary to restore consistency. Examples of Application
Do not apply heat; fire or explosion may result. Apply Bombardier. Chrysler. Ford. HUNDAI Heavy
at 50-95"F(10-35·c) by spray, dip or brush. Industry. DOOSAN Heavy Industry.

Coverage
The theoretical coverage is 630 sq. ft./gallon(15.4
sq. meters/liter) at the recommended dry film
thickness of 1.3 mils (32.5 microns). Material losses
during application will vary and must be considered
when estimating job requirements.

CAUTION: The data, statements WARRANTY: Korea Houghton corporation warrants all products manufactured by it to be free from
and recommendations set forth in this defects in material and workmanship. KOREA HOUGHTON CORPORATION MAKE NO OTHER
product information sheet are based WARRANTIES, WHETHER, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, WITH RESPECT TO SUCH
on testing, research and other RPODUCTS, AND ALL OTHER WARRANTIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT
development work which has been NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A
carefully conducted by us, and we PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND IMPLIED WARRANTIES ARISING FROM A COURSE OF
believe such data, statements and DEALING OR USAGE OF TRADE, ARE DISCLAIMED BY KOREA HOUGHTON CORPORATION.
recommendations will serve as All claims hereunder must be made in INfiting within 30 days after receipt of the ·products at
reliable guidelines. However, this the buyer's plant and prior to further processing the products or combining them with other
product is subject to numerable uses materials or products. Korea Houghton corporation liability, whether under this warranty or in
under varying conditions over which contract, tort, negligence or otherwise, is limited to the return of the net purchase price paid for
we have no control, and accordingly, any products proven defective or, at Korea Houghton corporation option, to the repair or
we do NOT warrant that this product replacement of said products upon their return, transportation prepaid, to Korea Houghton
is suitable for any particular use. corporation. THE REMEDY HEREBY PROVIDED SHALL BE THE EXCLUSIVE AND SOLE
Users are advised to test the product REMEDY OF THE BUYER, AND UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL KOREA HOUGHTON
in advance to make certain it is CORPORATION BE LIABLE FOR
suitable for their particular production CONSEQUENTIAL OR INCIDENTAL DAMAGES, No Korea Houghton corporation representative
conditions and particular use or uses. or other person is authorized to change this warranty in any way or to assume for Korea Houghton
corporation any other liability in connection \.Vith the sale or use of its products.

REFER TO MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET FOR HEALTH AND SAFETY INFORMATION

KHC 01/2001 (Supersedes all previous printings)