Secondary Containment Selangor, Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur (KL), Shah Alam, Singapore, China, Vietnam

CHEMPROOF REPAIR MORTAR epigen 4030

One of the Chemproof range of products, renowned for extremely high chemical resistance, 4030 is a thixotropic multipurpose epoxy mortar designed for general concrete repair and fairing of damaged bases and structures. Also suitable in adhesive, grouting and caulking applications, the use is primarily where binder/sand combinations of other products cannot acheive the build necessary on inverted, overhead or vertical surfaces.
 
Very tough and durabile, designed for overhead use without the requirement to mix in complex amounts of sand, 20mm builds easily acheived without sag.

TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
  • Rebuilding Spalled Concrete Surfaces
  • Acid Tile Adhesive
  • Applying Fillets and Aris to Concrete Corners and Edges
  • Fairing Pitting or Holes on Steel and Concrete
  • Chemical Anchor & Rock Bolt Adhesive
  • Concrete Crack and Void Repair
 
FEATURES
  • Resistant to a variety of acids and alkali chemicals
  • Easy to trowel in any orientation
  • Non sag viscosity for easy installation
  • Free of all solvents - zero VOC Tough and durable
  • Versatility in application allows concrete patching
  •  Strongly adhesive for optimum adhesion
Epigen 4030 is supplied as a two part kit comprising component “A” resin, and component “B” curative.The entire kit is supplied in a pre weighed convenient size to make on site activities easier.
Peerless Industrial Systems can provide information on specific applications based on industry acceptable practices or historical results.

PROFILE

Colour                                               Off White
Ratio by weight                                 10 parts Component “A”
                                                         
1 part Component “B”
Pot Life minutes @ 24oC                   60
Mixed consistency @ 24oC                 Smooth ThixotorpicMortar 
Specific gravity when mixed                1.5
Coverage /m 2 @ 10mm                  15.0 kg

TYPICAL CURED PROPERTIES
Compressive strength ASTM D695, Mpa 80
Tensile strength ASTM D638, Mpa 18
Flexural strength ASTM D790, Mpa 32
Hardness, Shore D >82
Elongation ASTM D638, % 1.2
Tensile Adhesion ASTM 4541, MPa >12
Thermal conductivity ASTM C177, Kcal/m.hro C 0.6
Coeff of Therm Exp ASTM C531, 10-5/o C 1.9
Maximum exposure temperature, o C 110
Heat deflection temperature ASTM D648, o C 70
Thin Film Gel @ 12mm, Minutes 90
Thin Film Set @ 12mm, Minutes 120
Ultimate cure time, Hours 96

SURFACE PREPARATION

Methods for surface preparation prior to use include using chemical means such as washing & etching, high pressure water blasting, or mechanical techniques such as abrasive blasting, grinding or scarifying.Specialist advice is available from Peerless Industrial Systems to ensure the correct preparation procedure is employed for specific application.

APPLICATION

Mixing of product should be carried out using spatula or by slow speed blender, and completed by adding to the component “A”, component “B”. Ensure the mixed 4030 is homogenous and the final colour shall be an even without streaks.

Concrete Rebuilding:

In all cases, the depth of minimum 4mm should be used to ensure sufficent mortar coverage is in place and afford reasonable compressive strength. There is no maximum thickness requirement. No primer is required to facilite adhesion unless the surface is loose or friable. In cool environments, pre warm the product before use.

Adhesive Applications:

Apply a thin coat of Epigen 4030 to both surfaces before bringing the two together. Do not use where a flexible or resilient glue line is required. Preheat the material before use to achieve best cure rate and strength when cold.

Crack & Cevice Repairs:

Open up cracks using a grinder to allow proper access and application directly into crevice or crack.

CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
Tested at 21oC. Samples cured for 10 days at 25oC. Curing at elevated temperatures will improve chemical resistance.
 
1 = Continuous or long term immersion
2 = Short term immersion
3 = Splash and spills
4 = Avoid contact

Acetic Acid, 10 % 2 Acetone 2      
Acetic Acid, Glacial 2 Ammonium Chloride 1      
Hydrochloric Acid, 5 % 1 Beer 1      
Hydrochloric Acid, 10 % 1 Dichloromethane 3      
Hydrochloric Acid, conc 1 Diesel Fuel 1      
Nitric Acid, 5 % 2 Isopropyl Alcohol 1      
Nitric Acid, 10 % 2 Kerosene 1      
Phosphoric Acid, 5 % 1 Petrol 1      
Phosphoric Acid, 20 % 1 Salt Water 1      
Sulfuric Acid, 20 % 1 Sewage 1      
Sulfuric Acid, 75 % 1 Skydrol 1      
Sulfuric Acid, 98 % 2 Sodium Cyanide 1      
Ammonium Hydroxide, 20 %    1 Sodium Hypochlorite 1      
Ammonium Hydroxide, 50 %    1 Toluene 2      
Potassium Hydroxide, 5 % 1 Trichloroethane 2      
Potassium Hydroxide, 20 % 1 Vinegar 1      
Sodium Hydroxide, 20 % 1 Wine 1      
Sodium Hydroxide, 50 % 1 Xylene 2      
This information is supplied as an indicative reference only. Caution should be used where direct comparisons are to be made.
Note : Under acidic conditions, 4030 has been designed to change colour allowing OH&S steps to be taken in cleaning up spills or as a warning to beware.

CURE

Variations in cure may arise due to the amount of material being applied, the thickness of material being applied, the surface temperature, and the product temperature. The cure may be increased by heating product or by leaving mixed material stand for 15 minutes before use. The cure may be decreased by cooling the product before mixing.

CHEMPROOF RESIN BINDER FC epigen 4028FC

4028FC is the multipurpose binder providing the ultimate chemical resistance, high strength and fast cure for a solid colour finish. 4028FC is based on high performance Novalac resin technology with a high performance cycloaliphatic amine blend, and maintains solventless character to meet the highest standards of chemical resistance and corrosion protection.
 
Primarily a binder to be used with aggregate or glass fibre in the treatment of steel, concrete and brick in applica- tions where acids, alkalis, organic solvents, alone or in combination rise to problematic conditions. Novalac functionality and high cross linking density is the key stone of 4028FC technology which allows use with a wide variety of aggregates without compromising chemical resistance.

TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
  • Acid Bunds                             
  • Tanks & Vessels
  • Pipelines & Valves                   
  • Acid Sumps & Drains
  • Sulfur Pits                               
  • Concrete Repair
The surface finish may be laid as a thin film however it is recommended 6mm be a minimum in unison with a low porosity aggregate like silica sand if trowel application. It is acceptable to apply high builds in most situations to increase strength. Large areas may be quickly treated using the product with aggregate in the multicoat method, to effective thickness down to 2.5mm

FEATURES
  • Superior Novalac polymer system
  • Free of all solvents - zero VOC
  • Outstanding resistance to chemicals & acids
  • Versatility in application - can be used with GF
  • Suitable in patching or repair of mortar
  • Solid colour finish provides even clean finish
  • Application DFT from to over 40mm in 1 coat
  • Easy to lay large areas with maximum ease
  • Engineered for high mechanical strength
  • Unrestricted service in less than 24 hours

PROFILE
Ratio by weight                                   4 parts “A” to 1 part “B”
Pot Life minutes @ 24oC                     <15
Mixed consistency @ 24oC                 Flowable Liquid
Specific gravity when mixed              1.1
Tack free time @ 24oC                        30 minutes

TYPICAL CURED PROPERTIES
Compressive  strength ASTM D695, Mpa                    >115
Tensile  strength ASTM D638, Mpa                              >26
Flexural  strength ASTM D790, Mpa                            >50
Hardness, Shore D                                                        84
Dielectric  constant ASTM D150 (150KHz)                   3.0
Maximum exposure temperature, o C                          125
Heat deflection temperature ASTM D648,  o C            85
Thin Film Gel , (min recoat time) Minutes                     20
Maximum recoat time, Hours                                        24
Ultimate cure time to Service , Hours                           24
This information is supplied as an indicative reference only. Caution should be used where direct comparisons are to be made.

SURFACE PREPARATION

In line with all cases where good adhesion is expected, the substrate should be reasonably clean and free from loose particles. Methods for substrate preparation include abrasive blasting, etching, grinding or scarifying. The technique best suited depends on the substrate, the service conditions, and practical considerations.

APPLICATION

MORTAR PREPARATION

4028FC is designed to be used as a binder to which aggregate is to be added. Extensive work has resulted in the recommendation of dried silica sand in the range 0.6mm - 1.2mm. This is often referred to as 16/30 mesh size. Variations in porosity and strength may occur when over adding aggregate or in using too fine a grade.
With Silica Sand 16/30 mesh, a ratio of 1 part 4028FC to 4 parts sand provides an ideal trowel on mortar.
The trowel applied mortar may be finished by broadcast- ing sand over the application and sealing with a final coat of Epigen 4028FC to provide a profiled nonslip finish to eliminate any minor porosity.

MULTICOAT APPLICATION

To complete the floor leaving a profiled safe trafficable finish, apply the product directly to the substrate ensuring the product is finished off evenly, removing excess pud- dles or trails. Broadcast graded sand aggregate, nomi- nally 16/30 mesh, over the entire product within 15 min- utes of rolling down the area. Ensure the product is totally blinded out by the sand.
Leave the product to cure for 4-6 hours before carefully sweeping away all loose unbound sand.
Apply another coat of Epigen 4028FC over the entire area to leave the floor with an even appearance and broadcast graded sand aggregate over the entre area.
Leave the product to cure for 4-6 hours before carefully sweeping away all loose unbound sand and applying a final coat of Epigen 4028FC throughout to ensure all sand is thoroughly sealed.

COVERAGE GUIDE
Trowel (final DFT 6mm)
2.2 kg of Epigen 4028FC / m². 9 kg of 16/30 Silica Sand / m².
For vertical applications, replace 16/30 sand with 100 mesh.
 
Non Slip Finish (final film nominally 2.5mm minimum)

Epigen 4028FC  1st coat  4 m2/ kg
16/30 mesh sand  5 kg / m2   
Epigen 4028FC  2nd coat  1.5 m2/ kg
16/30 mesh sand  5 kg / m  
Epigen 4028FC 3rd coat 1.5 m2/ kg

CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
Tested at 21oC. Samples cured for 10 days at 25oC. Curing at elevated temperatures will improve chemical resistance.
 
1 = Continuous or long term immersion
2 = Short term immersion
3 = Splash and spills
4 = Avoid contact

Acetic Acid, 10 % 1 Acetone 1
Acetic Acid, Glacial 2 Ammonium Chloride 1
Hydrochloric Acid, 5 % 1 Beer 1
Hydrochloric Acid, 10 % 1 Dichloromethane 2
Hydrochloric Acid, conc 1 Diesel Fuel 1
Nitric Acid, 5 % 1 Isopropyl Alcohol 1
Nitric Acid, 10 % 2 Kerosene 1
Phosphoric Acid, 10 % 1 Petrol 1
Phosphoric Acid, 35 % 1 Salt Water 1
Sulfuric Acid, 30 % 1 Sewage 1
Sulfuric Acid, 70 % 1 Skydrol 1
Sulfuric Acid, 98 % 1 Sodium Cyanide 1
Ammonium Hydroxide, 5 % 1 Sodium Hypochlorite 1
Ammonium Hydroxide, 20 % 1 Toluene 2
Potassium Hydroxide, 5 % 1 Trichloroethane 1
Potassium Hydroxide, 20 % 1 Wine 1
Sodium Hydroxide, 20 % 1 Xylene 1
Sodium Hydroxide, 50 % 1    
Note : Under acidic conditions, 4028FC has been designed to change colour allowing OH&S steps to be taken in cleaning up spills or as a warning to beware.

CURE
Variations in cure may arise due to the amount of material being applied, the thickness of material being applied, the surface temperature, and the product temperature. The cure may be increased by heating product or by leaving mixed material stand for 15 minutes before use. The cure may be decreased by cooling the product before mixing.


CHEMPROOF RESIN BINDER epigen 4028

4028 is the multipurpose binder providing the excellent chemical resistance, high strength and good working life for a solid colour finish. 4028 is based on high perform- ance Novalac resin technology with a high performance cycloaliphatic amine blend, and maintains solventless character to meet the highest standards of chemical resistance and corrosion protection.
 
Primarily a binder to be used with aggregate or glass fibre in the treatment of steel, concrete and brick in applica- tions where acids, alkalis, organic solvents, alone or in combination rise to problematic conditions. Novalac functionality and high cross linking density is the key stone of 4028 technology which allows use with a wide variety of aggregates without compromising chemical resistance.

TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
  • Acid Bunds                             
  • Tanks & Vessels
  • Pipelines & Valves                   
  • Acid Sumps & Drains
  • Sulfur Pits                               
  • Concrete Repair
The surface finish may be laid as a thin film however it is recommended 6mm be a minimum in unison with a low porosity aggregate like silica sand if trowelled. It is acceptable to apply high builds in most situations to increase strength. Large areas may be quickly treated using the product with aggregate in the multicoat method, to effective thickness down to 2.5mm.

FEATURES
  • Superior Novalac polymer system
  • Free of all solvents - zero VOC
  • Outstanding resistance to chemicals & acids
  • Versatility in application - can be used with GF
  • Suitable in patching or repair of mortar
  • Solid colour finish provides even clean finish
  • Application DFT from 6mm to over 40mm in 1 coat
  • Easy to lay large areas with maximum ease
  • Engineered for high mechanical strength

PROFILE
Ratio by weight                                    2 parts “A” to 1 part “B”
Pot Life minutes @ 24oC                     30
Mixed consistency @ 24oC                 Flowable Liquid
Specific gravity when mixed               1.1
Tack free time @ 24oC                         180 minutes

TYPICAL CURED PROPERTIES
Compressive strength ASTM D695, Mpa                      >110
Tensile strength ASTM D638, Mpa                               >26
Flexural strength ASTM D790, Mpa                             >50
Hardness, Shore D                                                          84
Dielectric constant ASTM D150 (150KHz)                   3.0
Maximum exposure temperature, o C                              125
Heat deflection temperature ASTM D648,  o C               70
Thin Film Gel , (min recoat time) Minutes                      75
Maximum recoat time, Hours                                          48
Ultimate cure time to Service , Hours                             96
This information is supplied as an indicative reference only. Caution should be used where direct comparisons are to be made.


 

SURFACE PREPARATION

In line with all cases where good adhesion is expected, the substrate should be reasonably clean and free from loose particles. Methods for substrate preparation include abrasive blasting, etching, grinding or scarifying. The technique best suited depends on the substrate, the service conditions, and practical considerations.

APPLICATION

MORTAR PREPARATION
4028 is designed to be used as a binder to which aggre- gate is to be added. Extensive work has resulted in the recommendation of dried silica sand in the range 0.6mm - 1.2mm. This is often referred to as 16/30 mesh size.
Variations in porosity and strength may occur when over adding aggregate or in using too fine a grade.
In using Silica Sand 16/30 mesh, a mix ratio of 1 part 4028 to 5 parts sand provides an ideal trowel on mortar. The trowel applied mortar may be finished by broadcast- ing sand over the application and sealing with a final coat of Epigen 4028 to provide a profiled nonslip finish to eliminate any minor porosity.
 

MULTICOAT APPLICATION

To complete the floor leaving a profiled safe trafficable finish, apply the product directly to the substrate ensuring the product is finished off evenly, removing excess pud- dles or trails. Broadcast graded sand aggregate, nomi- nally 16/30 mesh, over the entire product within 30 min- utes of rolling down the area. Ensure the product is totally blinded out by the sand.
Leave the product to cure for 8-12 hours before carefully sweeping away all loose unbound sand.
Apply another coat of Epigen 4028 over the entire area to leave the floor with an even appearance and broadcast graded sand aggregate over the entre area.
Leave the product to cure for 8-12 hours before carefully sweeping away all loose unbound sand and applying a final coat of Epigen 4028 throughout to ensure all sand is thoroughly sealed.

COVERAGE GUIDE
Trowel (final DFT 6mm)
1.8 kg of Epigen 4028 / m². 9 kg of 16/30 Silica Sand / m².
For vertical applications, replace 16/30 sand with 100 mesh.
 
Non Slip Finish (final film nominally 2.5mm minimum)

Epigen 4028 1st coat 4 m2 / kg
16/30 mesh sand 5 kg / m2  
Epigen 4028 2nd coat 1.5 m2 / kg
16/30 mesh sand 5 kg / m2  
Epigen 4028 3rd coat 1.5 m2 / kg
     

CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
Tested at 21oC. Samples cured for 10 days at 25oC. Curing at elevated temperatures will improve chemical resistance.
 
1 = Continuous or long term immersion
2 = Short term immersion
3 = Splash and spills
4 = Avoid contact

Acetic Acid, 10 % 2 Acetone 2
Acetic Acid, Glacial 2 Ammonium Chloride 1
Hydrochloric Acid, 5 % 1 Beer 1
Hydrochloric Acid, 10 % 1 Dichloromethane 3
Hydrochloric Acid, conc 1 Diesel Fuel 1
Nitric Acid, 5 % 2 Isopropyl Alcohol 1
Nitric Acid, 10 % 2 Kerosene 1
Phosphoric Acid, 5 % 1 Petrol 1
Phosphoric Acid, 20 % 1 Salt Water 1
Sulfuric Acid, 20 % 1 Sewage 1
Sulfuric Acid, 75 % 1 Skydrol 1
Sulfuric Acid, 98 % 2 Sodium Cyanide 1
Ammonium Hydroxide, 20 % 1 Sodium Hypochlorite 1
Ammonium Hydroxide, 50 % 1 Toluene 2
Potassium Hydroxide, 5 % 1 Trichloroethane 2
Potassium Hydroxide, 20 % 1 Vinegar 1
Sodium Hydroxide, 20 % 1 Wine 1
Sodium Hydroxide, 50 % 1 Xylene 2
Note : Under acidic conditions, 4028 has been designed to change colour allowing OH&S steps to be taken in cleaning up spills or as a warning to beware.

CURE

Variations in cure may arise due to the amount of material being applied, the thickness of material being applied, the surface temperature, and the product temperature. The cure may be increased by heating product or by leaving mixed material stand for 15 minutes before use. The cure may be decreased by cooling the product before mixing.

CHEMPROOF FLOOR TOP FC epigen 4040FC

4040FC is the state of art binder providing the ultimate chemical resistance, high strength and fast cure that is peerless. 4040FC is based on high performance Novalac resin technology with a fast acting cycloaliphatic amine, and maintains solventless character to meet the highest standards of chemical resistance and corrosion protection achievable.
 
Primarily a binder to be used with aggregate or glass fibre in the treatment of steel, concrete and brick in applica- tions where acids, alkalis, organic solvents, alone or in combination rise to problematic conditions. Novalac functionality and high cross linking density is the key stone of 4040FC technology which allows addition of a wide variety of aggregates without compromising chemical resistance.

TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
  • Acid Bunds                             
  • Tanks & Vessels
  • Pipelines & Valves                   
  • Acid Sumps & Drains
  • Sulfur Pits                               
  • Concrete Repair
The surface finish may be laid as a thin film however it is recommended 6mm be a minimum in unison with a low porosity aggregate like silica sand. It is acceptable to apply high builds in most situations to increase strength. Application to inverted surfaces can be easily carried out without sag or fall when using fine grade aggregate. Large areas may be quickly treated preparing the product in self levelling mode.

FEATURES
  • Superior Novalac polymer system
  • Free of all solvents - zero VOC
  • Outstanding resistance to chemicals & acids
  • Versatility in application - can be used with GF
  • Suitable in patching or repair of mortar
  • Fast Cure allows rapid return to service
  • Application DFT from 6mm to over 40mm in 1 coat.
  • Unrestricted service in less than 24 hours.
  • Engineered for high mechanical strength.
  • Versatility in application, in any orientation.
PROFILE
Ratio by weight                                    3 parts “A” to 1 part “B”
Pot Life minutes @ 24oC                     <15
Mixed consistency @ 24oC                 Flowable Liquid
Specific gravity when mixed                1.1
Tack free time @ 24oC                         30 minutes

TYPICAL CURED PROPERTIES
Compressive strength ASTM D695, Mpa                   >115
Tensile strength ASTM D638, Mpa                              >26
Flexural strength ASTM D790, Mpa                             >50
Hardness, Shore D                                                        84
Dielectric constant ASTM D150 (150KHz)                  3.0
Maximum exposure temperature, o C                           125
Heat deflection temperature ASTM D648,  o C             85
Thin Film Gel , (min recoat time) Minutes                      20
Maximum recoat time, Hours                                         24
Ultimate cure time to Service , Hours                            24
This information is supplied as an indicative reference only. Caution should be used where direct comparisons are to be made

APPLICATION

Mixing of product should be carried out using slow speed mixers or spatulas, and completed by adding to the component “A”, the component “B”. Ensure the mix is homogenus and free from lumps.Retain some of the resin mix for priming of the substrate as required.

MORTAR PREPARATION

4040FC is designed to be used as a binder to which aggregate is to be added. Extensive work has resulted in the recommendation of dried silica sand in the range 0.6mm - 1.2mm. This is often referred to as 16/30 mesh size. Variations in porosity and strength may occur when over adding aggregate or in using too fine a grade.

TROWEL
In using Silica Sand 16/30 mesh, a mix ratio of 1 part 4040FC to 5 parts sand provides an ideal trowel on mortar.
SELF LEVELLING
Mix 1 part 4040FC to 1.5 parts 30/50 sand and after applying and using a spiked roller to address air entrain- ment, blind out by broadcasting 16/30 sand over top.Sweep off excess and top coat as required. 
VERTICAL SURFACES
Prime the surface with a very thin coat of 4040FC binder and then proceed to apply a mortar based on 1 part 4040FC to 5 parts 100 mesh silica sand.

COVERAGE GUIDE
Trowel (final DFT 6mm)
1.8 kg of Epigen 4040 / m². 9 kg of 16/30 Silica Sand / m².
For vertical applications, replace 16/30 sand with 100 mesh.
Self Levelling (nominally 3mm)
1.4 kg of Epigen 4040 / m².
2.1 kg of 30/50 Silica Sand / m².
Apply this mortar to nominally 2mm followed by broadcasting: 16/30 Silica Sand @ 1.4 kg/ m².
After set, a seal coat is recommended using:
Epigen 4040 or Epigen 4028 @ 0.7 kg/ m².

CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
Tested at 21oC. Samples cured for 10 days at 25oC. Curing at elevated temperatures will improve chemical resistance.
 
1 = Continuous or long term immersion
2 = Short term immersion
3 = Splash and spills
4 = Avoid contact


Acetic Acid, 10 % 1 Acetone 1
Acetic Acid, Glacial 2 Ammonium Chloride 1
Hydrochloric Acid, 5 % 1 Beer 1
Hydrochloric Acid, 10 % 1 Dichloromethane 2
Hydrochloric Acid, conc 1 Diesel Fuel 1
Nitric Acid, 5 % 1 Isopropyl Alcohol 1
Nitric Acid, 10 % 2 Kerosene 1
Phosphoric Acid, 10 % 1 Petrol 1
Phosphoric Acid, 35 % 1 Salt Water 1
Sulfuric Acid, 30 % 1 Sewage 1
Sulfuric Acid, 70 % 1 Skydrol 1
Sulfuric Acid, 98 % 1 Sodium Cyanide 1
Ammonium Hydroxide,5% 1 Sodium Hypochlorite 1
Ammonium Hydroxide,20% 1 Toluene 2
Potassium Hydroxide, 5% 1 Trichloroethane 1
Potassium Hydroxide, 20% 1 Wine 1
Sodium Hydroxide, 20% 1 Xylene 1
Sodium Hydroxide, 50% 1    
Note : Under acidic conditions, 4040FC has been designed to change colour allowing OH&S steps to be taken in cleaning up spills or as a warning to beware.

CURE

Variations in cure may arise due to the amount of material being applied, the thickness of material being applied, the surface temperature, and the product temperature. The cure may be increased by heating product or by leaving mixed material stand for 15 minutes before use. The cure may be decreased by cooling the product before mixing.





 
 

CHEMPROOF FLOOR TOP epigen 4040

4040 is a multipurpose binder providing the excellent chemical resistance to a wide range of acids and alkali, in many different applications. 4040 is based on a high performance Novalac resin technology with cycloaliphatic amine and solventless character for inceased OH&S, to meet the highest standards of user safety and corrosion protection.
 
Primarily a binder to be used with aggregate or glass fibre in the treatment of steel, concrete and brick where acids, alkalis, organic solvents, singularly or in combination rise to waste away valuable assets or introduce environmental dangers. Novalac functionality and high cross linking density is the key stone of Chemproof technology which allows addition of a wide variety of aggregates for laminate thickness and abrasion resistance without compromising chemical resistance.

TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
  • Acid Bunds                             
  • Chemical Containment
  • Pipelines & Valves                   
  • Acid Sumps & Drains
  • Concrete Repair                       
  • Laminating
The surface finish may be laid as a thin film however it is recommended 6mm be a minimum in unison with a low porosity aggregate like silica sand. It is acceptable to apply high builds in most situations to increase strength. Application to inverted surfaces can be easily carried out without sag or fall when using fine grade aggregate. Large areas may be quickly treated preparing the product in self levelling mode.

PROFILE
Ratio by weight                                     2 parts “A” to 1 part “B”
Pot Life minutes @ 24oC                     30
Mixed consistency @ 24oC                 Flowable Liquid
Specific gravity when mixed                 1.1
Tack free time @ 24oC                         180 minutes

TYPICAL CURED PROPERTIES
Compressive strength ASTM D695, Mpa                   >110
Tensile strength ASTM D638, Mpa                               >25
Flexural strength ASTM D790, Mpa                             >45
Hardness, Shore D                                                        84
Dielectric constant ASTM D150 (150KHz)                  3.0
Maximum exposure temperature, o C                           120
Heat deflection temperature ASTM D648,  o C             75
Thin Film Gel , (min recoat time) Minutes                      180
Maximum recoat time, Hours                                         48
Ultimate cure time to Service , Hours                            96
This information is supplied as an indicative reference only. Caution should be used where direct comparisons are to be made.

SURFACE PREPARATION

In line with all cases where good adhesion is expected, the substrate should be reasonably clean and free from loose particles. Methods for substrate preparation include abrasive blasting, etching, grinding or scarifying. The technique best suited depends on the substrate, the service conditions, and practical considerations.
Specialist advice is available from Peerless Industrial Systems to ensure the correct preparation procedure is employed for specific applications.

APPLICATION

Mixing of product should be carried out using slow speed mixers or spatulas, and completed by adding to the component “A”, the component “B”. Ensure the mix is homogenous and free from lumps.Retain some of the resin mix for priming of the substrate as required.

MORTAR PREPARATION

4040 is designed to be used as a binder to which aggre- gate is to be added. Extensive work has resulted in the recommendation of dried silica sand in the range 0.6mm - 1.2mm. This is often referred to as 16/30 mesh size.Variations in porosity and strength may occur when over adding aggregate or in using too fine a grade.
TROWEL
In using Silica Sand 16/30 mesh, a mix ratio of 1 part 4040 to 5 parts sand provides an ideal trowel on mortar. As required, sand can be broadcast over top, swept off when cured and overcoated to a raised nonslip.
SELF LEVELLING
Mix 1 part 4040 to 1.5 parts 30/50 sand and after applying and using a spiked roller to address air entrainment, blind out by broadcasting 16/30 sand over top.Sweep off excess and top coat as required.
VERTICAL SURFACES
Prime the surface with a very thin coat of 4040FC binder and then proceed to apply a mortar based on 1 part 4040 with up to 5 parts 100 mesh silica sand.

COVERAGE GUIDE
Trowel (final DFT 6mm)
1.8 kg of Epigen 4040 / m². 9 kg of 16/30 Silica Sand / m².
For Overlay: 1 kg of 16/30 Silica Sand / m² followed by Epigen 4040 or Epigen 4028 @ 0.7 kg/ m².
For vertical applications, replace 16/30 sand with 100 mesh.
Self Levelling (nominally 3mm)
1.4 kg of Epigen 4040 / m².
2.1 kg of 30/50 Silica Sand / m².
Apply this mortar to nominally 2mm followed by broadcasting: 16/30 Silica Sand @ 1.4 kg/ m².
After set, a seal coat is recommended using:
Epigen 4040 or Epigen 4028 @ 0.7 kg/ m².

CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
Tested at 21oC. Samples cured for 10 days at 25oC. Curing at elevated temperatures will improve chemical resistance.
 
1 = Continuous or long term immersion
2 = Short term immersion
3 = Splash and spills
4 = Avoid contact

Acetic Acid, 10 % 2 Acetone 2
Acetic Acid, Glacial 2 Ammonium Chloride 1
Hydrochloric Acid, 5 % 1 Beer 1
Hydrochloric Acid, 10 % 1 Dichloromethane 3
Hydrochloric Acid, conc 1 Diesel Fuel 1
Nitric Acid, 5 % 2 Isopropyl Alcohol 1
Nitric Acid, 10 % 2 Kerosene 1
Phosphoric Acid, 5 % 1 Petrol 1
Phosphoric Acid, 20 % 1 Salt Water 1
Sulfuric Acid, 20 % 1 Sewage 1
Sulfuric Acid, 75 % 1 Skydrol 1
Sulfuric Acid, 98 % 2 Sodium Cyanide 1
Ammonium Hydroxide, 20 % 1 Sodium Hypochlorite 1
Ammonium Hydroxide, 50 % 1 Toluene 2
Potassium Hydroxide, 5 % 1 Trichloroethane 2
Potassium Hydroxide, 20 % 1 Vinegar 1
Sodium Hydroxide, 20 % 1 Wine 1
Sodium Hydroxide, 50 % 1 Xylene 2
Note : Under acidic conditions, 4040 has been designed to change colour allowing OH&S steps to be taken in cleaning up spills or as a warning to beware.

CURE
Variations in cure may arise due to the amount of material being applied, the thickness of material being applied, the surface temperature, and the product temperature. The cure may be increased by heating product or by leaving mixed material stand for 15 minutes before use. The cure may be decreased by cooling the product before mixing
.

 

CHEMPROOF HB COATING epigen 4029

Designed as the ultimate chemical resistant high build coating, 4029 is based on high performance Novalac resin technology, solventless in nature, to meet the highest practical standards of chemical resistance and corrosion protection achievable.
 
Primarily a barrier coating or lining suited to treatment of steel, concrete and brick in applications where acids, alkalis, organic solvents, or a number of chemicals in process give rise to problematic conditions.
 
Novalac functionality and high cross linking density is the key stone of 4029 which also contains a unique fill that offers high resistance to erosion and abrasion without compromising chemical resistance.
 
TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
  • Acid Bunds                             
  • Tanks & Vessels
  • Rail Cars                                 
  • Scrubbers
  • Steelwork Coating                    
  • Pipelines & Valves Solvent
  • Extraction Systems    
  • Acid Sumps & Drains
  • Ducting Systems                     
  • Acid Fume Proof Roofing
  • Sulfur Pits                               
  • Concrete Repair

FEATURES
  • Superior Novalac polymer system
  • Highly erosion resistant fill
  • Application DFT up to 1000 micron in the one coat
  • Free of all solvents - zero VOC
  • Outstanding resistance to chemicals & acids
  • Versatility in application - can be used with GF
  • Suitable in patching or repair of mortar

PROFILE
Ratio by weight                                     2 parts “A” to 1 part “B”
Pot Life minutes @ 24oC                     30
Mixed consistency @ 24oC                 Viscous Flowable Liquid Specific gravity when mixed 1.5
Kg/m2   for 500 micron                          0.75
Tack free time @ 24oC                         180 minutes

TYPICAL CURED PROPERTIES
Compressive strength ASTM D695, Mpa                      >110
Tensile strength ASTM D638, Mpa                                  >26
Flexural strength ASTM D790, Mpa                                >50
Hardness, Shore D                                                           80
Dielectric constant ASTM D150 (150KHz)                     3.0
Maximum exposure temperature, o C                              125
Heat deflection temperature ASTM D648,  o C                 70
Thin Film Gel , (min recoat time) Minutes                         75
Maximum recoat time, Hours                                            48
Ultimate cure time to Service , Hours                               96
This information is supplied as an indicative reference only. Caution should be used where direct comparisons are to be made


SURFACE PREPARATION

Methods for substrate preparation may include chemical means such as washing & etching, high pressure water blasting, or traditional abrasive blasting techniques.Caution should be maintained in selecting a technique that provides satisfactory anchor for the lining.Specialist advice is available from Peerless Industrial Systems to ensure the correct preparation procedure is employed for specific applications.

APPLICATION

Mixing of product should be carried out using slow speed mixers and completed by adding to the part “A”, the part “B”. Ensure the mix is homogeneous and free from lumps. Avoid air entrainment.
4029 can be applied either by airless spray, brush or roller. Since it does not contain solvents, application by spray allows the application of high film thicknesses in single coats, and ensures that all material purchased actually contributes to the final DFT. 4029 is a higher viscosity than conventional solvent containing coatings and application may require more specialised practices but is generally compensated for by the speed of application and need to apply fewer coats.
Epigen Diluent maybe added to 4029 to control viscosity under some circumstances. Avoid excessive additions and do not add Diluent in confined spaces or near naked flame. Do not add thinners to extend pot life.
In concrete correction applications, blow holes, cracks, or significant damage maybe faired by mixing 1 part 4029 with 1.5parts 30/50 sand and applying the paste to the damaged areas. This practice should be employed after the first coat application when the extent of degradation becomes apparent and before second coat application.
 
4029 is a functional, industrial finish and is not developed to possess asthetic properties such as high gloss which would enable it to be used where appearance is particularly important.

CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
Tested at 21oC. Samples cured for 10 days at 25oC. Curing at elevated temperatures will improve chemical resistance.
 
1 = Continuous or long term immersion
2 = Short term immersion
3 = Splash and spills
4 = Avoid contact

 
Acetic Acid, 10 % 2 Acetone 2
Acetic Acid, Glacial 2 Ammonium Chloride 1
Hydrochloric Acid, 5 % 1 Beer 1
Hydrochloric Acid, 10 % 1 Dichloromethane 3
Hydrochloric Acid, conc 1 Diesel Fuel 1
Nitric Acid, 5 % 2 Isopropyl Alcohol 1
Nitric Acid, 10 % 2 Kerosene 1
Phosphoric Acid, 5 % 1 Petrol 1
Phosphoric Acid, 20 % 1 Salt Water 1
Sulfuric Acid, 20 % 1 Sewage 1
Sulfuric Acid, 75 % 1 Skydrol 1
Sulfuric Acid, 98 % 2 Sodium Cyanide 1
Ammonium Hydroxide, 20 % 1 Sodium Hypochlorite 1
Ammonium Hydroxide, 50 % 1 Toluene 2
Potassium Hydroxide, 5 % 1 Trichloroethane 2
Potassium Hydroxide, 20 % 1 Vinegar 1
Sodium Hydroxide, 20 % 1 Wine 1
Sodium Hydroxide, 50 % 1 Xylene 2

CURE
Variations in cure may arise due to the amount of material being applied, the thickness of material being applied, the surface temperature, and the product temperature. The cure may be increased by heating product or by leaving mixed material stand for 15 minutes before use. The cure may be decreased by cooling the product before mixing.


CHEMPROOF HB COATING FC epigen 4029FC

4029 was designed as the ultimate chemical resistant high build coating. 4029FC has increased resistance to chemicals and higher strength but requires consideration for a very short pot life and fast cure. 4029FC is based on high performance Novalac resin technology with a fast acting cycloaliphatic amine, and maintains solventless character to meet the highest standards of chemical resistance and corrosion protection achievable.
 
Primarily a barrier coating or lining suited to treatment of steel, concrete and brick in applications where acids, alkalis, organic solvents, or a number of chemicals in process give rise to problematic conditions.
 
Novalac functionality and high cross linking density is the key stone of 4029FC technology which also contains a unique fill that offers high resistance to erosion and abrasion without compromising chemical resistance.

TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
  • Acid Bunds                             
  • Tanks & Vessels
  • Rail Cars                                 
  • Scrubbers
  • Steelwork Coating                    
  • Pipelines & Valves Solvent
  • Extraction Systems    
  • Acid Sumps & Drains Ducting Systems                                 
  • Acid Fume Proof Roofing
  • Sulfur Pits                               
  • Concrete Repair

FEATURES
  • Superior Novalac polymer system
  • Highly erosion resistant fill
  • Application DFT up to 1000 micron in the one coat
  • Free of all solvents - zero VOC
  • Outstanding resistance to chemicals & acids
  • Versatility in application - can be used with GF
  • Suitable in patching or repair of mortar
  • Fast Cure allows rapid return to service

PROFILE


Ratio by weight                                    4 parts “A” to 1 part “B”
Pot Life minutes @ 24oC                     <20
Mixed consistency @ 24oC                 Viscous Flowable Liquid Specific gravity when mixed 1.6
Kg/m2   for 500 micron                          0.8
Tack free time @ 24oC                         60 minutes


TYPICAL CURED PROPERTIES

Compressive strength ASTM D695, Mpa                   >115
Tensile strength ASTM D638, Mpa                               >26
Flexural strength ASTM D790, Mpa                             >50
Hardness, Shore D                                                        84
Dielectric constant ASTM D150 (150KHz)                  3.0
Maximum exposure temperature, o C                           125
Heat deflection temperature ASTM D648,  o C             85
Thin Film Gel , (min recoat time) Minutes                      20
Maximum recoat time, Hours                                         24
Ultimate cure time to Service , Hours                            24
This information is supplied as an indicative reference only. Caution should be used where direct comparisons are to be made.

SURFACE PREPARATION

Methods for substrate preparation may include chemical means such as washing & etching, high pressure water blasting, or traditional abrasive blasting techniques.Caution should be maintained in selecting a technique that provides satisfactory anchor for the lining.Specialist advice is available from Peerless Industrial Systems to ensure the correct preparation procedure is employed for specific applications.

APPLICATION
Mixing of product should be carried out using slow speed mixers and completed by adding to the part “A”, the part “B”. Ensure the mix is homogeneous and free from lumps. Avoid air entrainment.
4029FC can be applied either by airless spray, brush or roller. Since it does not contain solvents, application by spray allows the application of high film thicknesses in single coats, and ensures that all material purchased actually contributes to the final DFT. 4029FC is a higher viscosity than conventional solvent containing coatings and application may require more specialised practices but is generally compensated for by the speed of application and need to apply fewer coats.
Epigen Diluent maybe added to 4029FC to control viscosity under some circumstances. Avoid excessive additions and do not add Diluent in confined spaces or near naked flame. Do not add thinners to extend pot life.
In concrete correction applications, blow holes, cracks, or significant damage may be faired by mixing 1 part 4029FC with 1.5parts 30/50 sand and applying the paste to the damaged areas. This practice should be employed after the first coat application when the extent of degradation becomes apparent and before second coat application.
 
4029FC is a functional, industrial finish and is not developed to possess asthetic properties such as high gloss which would enable it to be used where appearance is particularly important.

CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
Tested at 21oC. Samples cured for 10 days at 25oC. Curing at elevated temperatures will improve chemical resistance.
 
1 = Continuous or long term immersion
2 = Short term immersion
3 = Splash and spills
4 = Avoid contact

Acetic Acid, 10 % 1 Acetone 1
Acetic Acid, Glacial 2 Ammonium Chloride 1
Hydrochloric Acid, 5 % 1 Beer 1
Hydrochloric Acid, 10 % 1 Dichloromethane 2
Hydrochloric Acid, conc 1 Diesel Fuel 1
Nitric Acid, 5 % 1 Isopropyl Alcohol 1
Nitric Acid, 10 % 2 Kerosene 1
Phosphoric Acid, 10 % 1 Petrol 1
Phosphoric Acid, 35 % 1 Salt Water 1
Sulfuric Acid, 30 % 1 Sewage 1
Sulfuric Acid, 70 % 1 Skydrol 1
Sulfuric Acid, 98 % 1 Sodium Cyanide 1
Ammonium Hydroxide, 5 % 1 Sodium Hypochlorite 1
Ammonium Hydroxide, 20 % 1 Toluene 2
Potassium Hydroxide, 5 % 1 Trichloroethane 1
Potassium Hydroxide, 20 % 1 Wine 1
Sodium Hydroxide, 20 % 1 Xylene 1
Sodium Hydroxide, 50 % 1    

CURE
Variations in cure may arise due to the amount of material being applied, the thickness of material being applied, the surface temperature, and the product temperature. The cure may be increased by heating product or by leaving mixed material stand for 15 minutes before use. The cure may be decreased by cooling the product before mixing.


 

CHEMICAL RESISTANT FLOOR TOP-NAR epigen 4055

Developed as a multipurpose binder system for use as a hard wearing lining that possesses resistance to the effects of corrosive chemicals. Primarily designed for use in Nitric Acid proofing of concrete and bunds, the perform- ance of Epigen 4055 is equally satisfactory for use in the protection of structural steel work, pump bases and various other static fixtures in contact with corrosive chemicals.
 
Epigen 4055 compliments the existing Chemproof Series for flooring applications by providing unparalleled adhesion to a substrate by greater wetting power, with effortless application by trowel, or as a self leveller, enabling large areas to by coated extremely quickly.

FEATURES
  • Nitric Acid Resistance - One simple choice.
  • Free of all solvents - zero VOC
  • Application Enhanced - Application and finish with relative ease.
  • Versatility in application - can be used with GF
  • Suitable in patching or repair of mortar
CNA - Concentrated Nitric Acid
Epigen 4055 was the result of extended trials with explosives industry who have demand for improved protection and life of civil assets due to the use of Nitric Acid on site. Together with professional contractors, work to maximise the ease and speed with which a protective coating may be applied was carried out.
Substantial and ongoing assessment to a wide range of chemicals ensures extended knowledge of the products performance continues. Epigen 4055 has been found to be suitable in splash and spill applications of all concentrations of Hydroxide Salts, Acids, including Sulfuric and Hydrochloric, as well as most petroleum and organic solvents.
The emphasis is however on suitable protection of substrates against Nitric Acid, specifically up to 98% concentration with considerable contact time.
Although Epigen 4055 is not recommended for immersion service, it will maintain protection of underlying surfaces for several days in 56 – 98 % Nitric Acid.

PROFILE
Ratio by weight                                    2 parts “A” to 1 part “B”
Pot Life minutes @ 24oC                    40
Mixed consistency @ 24oC                 Flowable Liquid
Specific gravity when mixed               1.1
Mortar Tack free time @ 24oC             8 hours
Primer Tack free time @ 24oC             12 hours

TYPICAL CURED PROPERTIES


Compressive strength ASTM D695, Mpa >70
Tensile strength ASTM D638, Mpa >20
Flexural strength ASTM D790, Mpa 16
Hardness, Shore D 84
Dielectric constant ASTM D150 (150KHz) 3.0
Maximum exposure temperature, o C 105
Heat deflection temperature ASTM D648, o C 70
Thin Film Gel , (min recoat time) Minutes 120
Maximum recoat time, Hours 48
Ultimate cure time to Service , Hours 96
 This information is supplied as an indicative reference only. Caution should be used where direct comparisons are to be made.

SURFACE PREPARATION

In line with all cases where good adhesion is expected, the substrate should be reasonably clean and free from loose particles. Methods for substrate preparation include abrasive blasting, etching, grinding or scarifying. The technique best suited depends on the substrate, the service conditions, and practical considerations.

Mixing of product should be carried out using slow speed mixers or spatulas, and completed by adding to the component “A”, the component “B”. Ensure the mix is homogenous before use.

MORTAR PREPARATION

4055 can be used as a binder to which aggregate is to be added. Excellent results are acheived when dried silica sand in the range 0.6mm - 1.2mm. This is often referred to as 16/30 mesh size. Variations in porosity and strength may occur when changing grades of aggregate.
 
TROWEL
In using Silica Sand 16/30 mesh, a mix ration of 1 part 4055 to 8 parts sand provides an ideal trowel on mortar.

SELF LEVELLING
Mix 1 part 4055 to 1.5 parts 30/50 sand and spread out with a squeegee or trowel, then over roll using a spiked roller to release air entrainment. Blind out by broadcast- ing 16/30 sand over top. Sweep off excess and top coat as required.
 
COVERAGE GUIDE
Trowel (final DFT 6mm)
1.2 kg of Epigen 4055/ m².
9.6 kg of 16/30 Silica Sand / m².
 
Self Levelling (nominally 3mm)
1.4 kg of Epigen 4055 / m².
2.1 kg of 30/50 Silica Sand / m².
Apply this mortar to nominally 2mm followed by broadcasting:
16/30 Silica Sand @ 1.4 kg/ m².
After set, a seal coat is recommended.
 
Primer Applications
1.1 kg of Epigen 4055 yields 1000micron/ m².
Nominally 100 micron on steel or 300 micron on concrete.

CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
Tested at 21oC. Samples cured for 10 days at 25oC. Curing at elevated temperatures will improve chemical resistance.
 
1 = Continuous or long term immersion
2 = Short term immersion
3 = Splash and spills
4 = Avoid contact

Acetic Acid, 10 % 2 Acetone 3
Acetic Acid, Glacial 3 Ammonium Chloride 1
Hydrochloric Acid, 5 % 2 Beer 1
Hydrochloric Acid, 10 % 2 Dichloromethane 4
Hydrochloric Acid, conc 3 Diesel Fuel 2
Nitric Acid, 20 % 2 Isopropyl Alcohol 2
Nitric Acid, 98 % 2 Kerosene 2
Phosphoric Acid, 10 % 2 Petrol 2
Phosphoric Acid, 35 % 3 Salt Water 1
Sulfuric Acid, 30 % 3 Sewage 2
Sulfuric Acid, 70 % 3 Skydrol 3
Sulfuric Acid, 98 % 3 Sodium Cyanide 1
Ammonium Hydroxide, 5 % 2 Sodium Hypochlorite 3
Ammonium Hydroxide, 20 % 2 Toluene 4
Potassium Hydroxide, 5 % 2 Trichloroethane 3
Potassium Hydroxide, 20 % 2 Wine 2
Sodium Hydroxide, 20 % 2 Xylene 3

CURE
Variations in cure may arise due to the amount of material being applied, the thickness of material being applied, the surface temperature, and the product temperature. The cure may be increased by heating product or by leaving mixed material stand for 15 minutes before use. The cure may be decreased by cooling the product before mixing.

 


   

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