High Temp Linings Selangor, Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur (KL), Shah Alam, Singapore, China, Vietnam

HEAT&ABRASION RESISTANT CERAMIC COMPOSITE epigen XD001

A trowellable, high performance solventless, two component polymer composite containing graded ceramic particles in an epoxy resin, designed to meet the highest standards of elevated temperature service, chemical resistance, and corrosion protection.
 
The polymer composite comprises medium grading of sintered ceramic of extreme hardness and resistance to abrasion for the treatment of steel and brick in applications where temperatures may exceed 150 Celsius or the substrate requires protection from hot chemicals.
 
Extremely high reaction cross linking density affords XD001 the ability to resist a range of organic solvents including ketones and chlorinated aromatics . Also highly favoured where the lining is required to address hot highly corrosive acids.
 
The surface finish may be applied as a thin film with 5mm recommended to be the minimum. It is acceptable to apply high builds in most situations to maximize life but thinner applications require review for void formation that could lead through to the substrate.

TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
  • Exhaust Stacks                       
  • Tanks & Vessels
  • Flanges                                   
  • Bearing Faces
  • Pumps & Impellors                  
  • Ducting Systems
  • Rail Cars                                 
  • Scrubbers
  • Laundries       
  • Steelwork Coating
  • Pipelines & Valves       
  • Solvent Extraction
     
FEATURES
  • Highly corrosion resistant polymer system
  • Free of all solvents - zero VOC
  • Engineered for high mechanical strength
  • Resistant to organic solvents HDT 150 Celsius - Practical service beyond 200 Celsius
  • Outstanding resistance to chemicals & acids
  • Excellent resistance to sliding abrasion
  • Suitable as an adhesive for Ceramic Tiles
  • Tough polymer with high adhesive strength
  • Engineered for high mechanical strength

PROFILE
Ratio by weight                                     2 parts “A” to 1 part “B”
Pot Life minutes @ 20oC                     60
Mixed consistency @ 24oC                 Trowellable Paste
Specific gravity when mixed                2.0
Coverage, /m2  @ 10mm                        20.0kg
Tack free time @ 24oC                         180 minutes

TYPICAL CURED PROPERTIES
Compressive strength ASTM D695, Mpa                      >60
Tensile strength ASTM D638, Mpa                               >25
Flexural strength ASTM D790, Mpa                             >30
Hardness, Shore D                                                          >90
Elongation ASTM D638, %                                           0.1
Thermal conductivity ASTM C177, Kcal/m.hroC          0.6
Maximum exposure temperature, o C                              240*
Heat deflection temperature ASTM D648,  o C              150
Thin Film Gel @ 10mm, Minutes                                   180
Thin Film Set @ 10mm, Minutes                                   240
Ambient cure time to Service @ 10mm, Hours               36
Thin Film Gel @ 20mm, Minutes                                   120
Thin Film Set @ 20mm, Minutes                                   180
Ambient cure time to Service @ 20mm, Hours               24
* Thermal degradation temperature. This does not necessarily represent the ultimate maximum permissable temperature.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 or spatulas, and completed by adding to the component “A”, the component “B”. Ensure the mix is homogenous and free from lumps.
Application can be carried out by applying mixed com- pound directly to the desired area or component with gloved hands or by tools such as paint scrapers, putty knives or flat steel trowels, the latter mainly for large horizontal areas. Application can be carried out with relative ease on vertical or horizontal surfaces.
Note : Re-application or second coat application over cured XD-001 should only be carried out after abrading back the existing application.
 
POSTCURE
To acheive full cross linking density and maximum performance, applied product should be allowed to “gel” or become “tack free” before applying heat cure.
 Heat curing can be carried out by:

  1. Post gel at 50°C for 6 - 8 hours using heat lamps, etc.
  2. Followed by post cure for 6 - 8 hours at 120°C. Step (b) can be carried out by insitu curing.
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 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 % 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, 5 % 1 Sewage 1
Sulfuric Acid, 20 % 1 Skydrol 1
Ammonium Hydroxide, 5 % 1 Sodium Cyanide 1
Ammonium Hydroxide, 20 % 1 Sodium Hypochlorite 1
Potassium Hydroxide, 5 % 1 Toluene 2
Potassium Hydroxide, 20 % 1 Trichloroethane 1
Sodium Hydroxide, 5 % 1 Wine 1
Sodium Hydroxide, 20 % 1 Xylene 1

EVERY EFFORT SHOULD BE MADE TO PROTECT AGAINST CARBAMATE FORMATION DURING APPLICATION IF RECOATING. CONSULT WITH THE MANUFACTURER FOR MORE DETAILS.

 
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.


TROWELLABLE HIGH PERFORMANCE ABRASION RESISTANT COATING epigen XD008

A ceramic filled, high performance, solvent free putty for use in abrasive conditions across a broad range of applications, the XD008 is designed to perfom where high standards of temperature and chemical resistance are required.
 
The polymer composite comprises graded sintered ceramic of extreme hardness and resistance to abrasion for the treat- ment of steel, concrete and brick in applications where tem- peratures may routinely approach 130 Celsius and have short term excursions to 160 Celsius, or if the substrate requires protection from hot chemicals.
 
Highly reactive cross linking density provides XD008 with the ability to resist a range of organic solvents.
 
The surface finish may be applied as a thin film up to 4mm. It is acceptable to apply high builds of 8mm in most cases to maximize life but thinner applications require review for void formation that could lead through to the substrate.
 
TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
  • Exhaust Stacks                       
  • Tanks & Vessels
  • Flanges                                   
  • Bearing Faces
  • Pumps & Impellors                  
  • Ducting Systems
  • Scrubbers                               
  • Steelwork Coating
  • Pipelines & Valves                   
  • Agitators and Fans

FEATURES
  • Excellent resistance to abrasion
  • Suitable as an adhesive for Ceramic Tiles
  • Tough polymer with high adhesive strength
  • Engineered for high mechanical strength
  • Highly corrosion resistant polymer system
  • Free of all solvents - zero VOC
  • Resistant to organic solvents HDT 120 Celsius - Practical service to 160 Celsius
  • Outstanding resistance to chemicals & acids

PROFILE
Ratio by weight                                     2 parts “A” to 1 part “B”
Pot Life minutes @ 20oC                    30
Mixed consistency @ 24oC                 Thixotropic Putty
Specific gravity when mixed                 2.0
Coverage, /m2  @ 10mm                      20kg
Tack free time @ 24oC                         180 minutes

TYPICAL CURED PROPERTIES

Compressive strength ASTM D695, Mpa 80
Tensile strength ASTM D638, Mpa 22
Flexural strength ASTM D790, Mpa 24
Hardness, Shore D 90
Elongation ASTM D638, % 0.6
Thermal conductivity ASTM C177, Kcal/m.hroC 0.6
Maximum exposure temperature, o C 160*
Heat deflection temperature ASTM D648, o C 125
Thin Film Gel @ 2mm, Minutes 120
Thin Film Set @ 2mm, Minutes 240
Ambient cure time to Service @ 2mm, Hours 36

* Thermal degradation temperature. This does not necessarily represent the ultimate maximum permissable temperature.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, 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 or spatulas, and completed by adding to the component “A”, the component “B”. Ensure the mix is homogenous and free from lumps.
 
Application can be carried out by applying mixed XD008 directly to the desired area or component with gloved hands or by tools such as paint scrapers, putty knives or flat steel trowels, the latter mainly for large horizontal areas. Application can be carried out with relative ease on vertical or horizontal surfaces.
Note : Re-application or second coat application over cured Epigen XD008 should only be carried out after abrading back the existing application.
 

 
POSTCURE
Epigen XD008 is formulated to have rapid achievement of toughness and chemical resistance without applied post cure. Under harsh first service shock conditions or in other arduous instances, immediate need for maximum properties may be required to acheive full cross linking density and maximum performance.
Applied product should be allowed to “gel” or become “tack free” before applying heat cure. This will take several hours at 25°C.
 
Heat curing can be carried out by:

  1. Post gel at 50°C for 6 - 8 hours using heat lamps, etc.
  2. Followed by post cure for 6 - 8 hours at 120°C. Excessive heat should be avoided during the gel stage to protect against sag and curtaining. Tests have shown that, at an air temperature of 50°C and DFT greater than 10mm, this product will gel satisfactorily without sagging.
EVERY EFFORT SHOULD BE MADE TO PROTECT AGAINST CARBAMATE FORMATION DURING APPLICATION IF RECOATING. CONSULT WITH THE MANUFACTURER FOR MORE DETAILS.

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, 5 % 1 Sewage 1
Sulfuric Acid, 20 % 2 Skydrol 1
Ammonium Hydroxide, 5 % 1 Sodium Cyanide 1
Ammonium Hydroxide, 20 % 1 Sodium Hypochlorite 1
Potassium Hydroxide, 5 % 1 Toluene 3
Potassium Hydroxide, 20 % 1 Trichloroethane 1
Sodium Hydroxide, 5 % 1 Wine 1
Sodium Hydroxide, 20 % 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.




BRUSHABLE HIGH PERFORMANCE ABRASION RESISTANT COATING epigen XD008BR

A ceramic filled, high performance, solvent free coating to combat abrasive conditions in a broad range of applications, the XD008BR is designed to meet high standards of high temperature and chemical resistance providing additional benefits in superior adhesive strength, chemical resistance, and mechanical properties.
 
The polymer composite comprises fine grading of sintered ceramic of extreme hardness and resistance to abrasion for the treatment of steel, concrete and brick in applications where temperatures may routinely approach 130 Celsius and have short term excursions to 160 Celsius, or if the substrate requires protection from hot chemicals.
 
Highly reactive cross linking density affords XD008BR the ability to resist a range of organic solvents.
 
The surface finish may be applied as a thin film up to 2mm. It is acceptable to apply high builds in most situations to maximize life but thinner applications require review for void formation that could lead through to the substrate.

TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
  • Exhaust Stacks                       
  • Tanks & Vessels
  • Flanges                                   
  • Bearing Faces
  • Pumps & Impellors                  
  • Ducting Systems
  • Scrubbers                               
  • Steelwork Coating
  • Pipelines & Valves
  • Agitators and Fans
     
FEATURES
  • Highly corrosion resistant polymer system
  • Free of all solvents - zero VOC Engineered for high mechanical strength
  • Resistant to organic solvents HDT 120 Celsius - Practical service to 160 Celsius
  • Outstanding resistance to chemicals & acids
  • Excellent resistance to sliding abrasion
  • Suitable as an adhesive for Ceramic Tiles
  • Tough polymer with high adhesive strength
  • Engineered for high mechanical strength

 


PROFILE
Ratio by weight                                    2 parts “A” to 1 part “B”
Pot Life minutes @ 20oC                     30
Mixed consistency @ 24oC                 Thick Liquid Specific gravity when mixed     1.8
Coverage, /m2 @ 2mm                         3.6kg
Tack free time @ 24oC                         180 minutes

TYPICAL CURED PROPERTIES

Compressive strength ASTM D695, Mpa 90
Tensile strength ASTM D638, Mpa 24
Flexural strength ASTM D790, Mpa 26
Hardness, Shore D 90
Elongation ASTM D638, % 0.8
Thermal conductivity ASTM C177, Kcal/m.hroC 0.6
Maximum exposure temperature, o C 160*
Heat deflection temperature ASTM D648, o C 125
Thin Film Gel @ 2mm, Minutes 120
Thin Film Set @ 2mm, Minutes 240
Ambient cure time to Service @ 2mm, Hours 36
 
* Thermal degradation temperature. This does not necessarily represent the ultimate maximum permissable temperature.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, 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 or spatulas, and completed by adding to the component “A”, the component “B”. Ensure the mix is homogeneous and free from lumps.
Application can be carried out by applying mixed com- pound directly to the desired area or component with brush, squeegee, or by tools such as paint scrapers, putty knives or flat steel trowels, the latter mainly for large horizontal areas. Application can be carried out with relative ease whether in either vertical or horizontal con- figurations.
Note : Re-application or second coat application over cured Epigen XD008BR should only be carried out after abrading back the existing application.
 
POSTCURE
Epigen XD008BR is formulated to have rapid achievement of toughness and chemical resistance without applied post cure. Under harsh first service shock conditions or in other arduous instances, immediate need for maximum properties may be required to acheive full cross linking density and maximum performance.Applied product should be allowed to “gel” or become “tack free” before applying heat cure. This will take several hours at 25°C.
Heat curing can be carried out by:

  1. Post gel at 50°C for 6 - 8 hours using heat lamps, etc.
  2. Followed by post cure for 6 - 8 hours at 120°C. Excessive heat should be avoided during the gel stage to protect against sag and curtaining. Tests have shown that, at an air temperature of 50°C and DFT of 1000 micron, this product will gel satisfactorily without sagging.

EVERY EFFORT SHOULD BE MADE TO PROTECT AGAINST CARBAMATE FORMATION DURING APPLICATION IF RECOATING. CONSULT WITH THE MANUFACTURER FOR MORE DETAILS.

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, 5 % 1 Sewage 1
Sulfuric Acid, 20 % 2 Skydrol 1
Ammonium Hydroxide, 5 % 1 Sodium Cyanide 1
Ammonium Hydroxide, 20 % 1 Sodium Hypochlorite 1
Potassium Hydroxide, 5 % 1 Toluene 3
Potassium Hydroxide, 20 % 1 Trichloroethane 1
Sodium Hydroxide, 5 % 1 Wine 1
Sodium Hydroxide, 20 % 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.
 


HIGH TEMP HB LINING epigen 1369

A solventless, high build protective coating, possessing exceptional heat resistance properties under ambient cure conditions. Suitable for use in potable water applications up to 100 celcius, to combat corrosion in tanks, wells, structural members and fluid transfer systems, this high performance, epoxy polymer lining is designed to meet high standards of elevated temperature service and chemical resistance, with minimal relience on post cure.
 
1369 is primarily a barrier coating or lining for the treatment of steel, concrete or brick where temperatures do not ex- ceed 125 Celsius or the substrate requires protection from hot chemicals.
 
Extremely high cross linking density affords 1369 the ability to resist a range of organic solvents and hot corrosive acids.

TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
  • Ducting Systems                    
  • Cooling Towers
  • Exhaust Stacks         
  • Tanks & Vessels
  • Scrubbers      
  • Pipelines & Valves

FEATURES
  • Highly erosion resistant filler within polymer system
  • Application DFT up to 1000 micron in the one coat
  • Free of all solvents - zero VOC
  • Engineered for high mechanical strength
  • Resistant to organic solvents
  • Versatility in application - can be used with GF HDT 125 Celsius - Practical service beyond 150 Celsius
  • Outstanding resistance to acid & alkali
POTABLE WATER SUITABILITY
Assessed to
AS/NZS4020:1999 “PRODUCTS FOR USE IN CONTACT WITH DRINKING WATER”
Passed all requirements at:
a/      20°C cure           45,000mm² per litre
b/     100°C cure          30,000mm² per litre


PROFILE
Ratio by weight                                    5 parts “A” to 1 part “B”
Pot Life minutes @ 24oC                     50
Mixed consistency @ 24oC                 Flowable Liquid
Specific gravity when mixed                1.4
Kg/mfor 500 micron                          0.7
Tack free time @ 24oC                        140 minutes

TYPICAL CURED PROPERTIES
Compressive  strength  ASTM D695, Mpa                    >110
Tensile  strength ASTM D638, Mpa                               >28
Flexural strength ASTM D790, Mpa                               >50
    Hardness, Shore D                                                          89
Dielectric constant ASTM  D150 (150KHz)                  3.0
Maximum exposure temperature, o C                             180*
Heat deflection temperature ASTM D648,  o C          125
* Thermal degradation temperature. This does not necessarily represent the ultimate maximum permissable temperature.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 blast- ing, or traditional abrasive blasting techniques .
Caution should be maintained in selecting a technique that provides satisfactory anchor for the lining.
Specialist advice is available to ensure 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 homogenus and free from lumps. Avoid air entrainment.

Epigen 1369 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 minimal issues with solvent entrapment or shrinkage. Epigen 1369 is of 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 1369 provides functional performance as a coating or lining . It may not provide asthetic properties such as high gloss or colour retention.
Note : Re-application or second coat application over cured Epigen 1369 should only be carried out after abrading back the existing application.
 
POSTCURE
Epigen 1369 is formulated to have rapid achievement of toughness and chemical resistance without post cure. Under harsh first service shock conditions or in other arduous instances, immediate need for maximum properties may be required to acheive full cross linking density and maximum performance.
Applied product should be allowed to “gel” or become “tack free” before applying heat cure. This will take several hours at 25°C.
Heat curing can be carried out by:

  1. Post gel at 50°C for 6 - 8 hours using heat lamps, etc.
  2. Followed by post cure for 6 - 8 hours at 120°C. Excessive heat should be avoided during the gel stage to protect against sag and curtaining. Tests have shown that, at an air temperature of 50°C and DFT of 500 micron, this product will gel satisfactorily without sagging. 
EVERY EFFORT SHOULD BE TAKEN TO PROTECT AGAINST AIR ENCAPSULATION & CARBAMATE FORMATION DURING APPLICATION. CONSULT WITH THE MANUFACTURER FOR MORE DETAILS IF UNCLEAR.

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 2
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 % 1 Kerosene 1
Phosphoric Acid, 5 % 1 Petrol 1
Phosphoric Acid, 20 % 1 Salt Water 1
Sulfuric Acid, 5 % 1 Sewage 1
Sulfuric Acid, 20 %    1 Skydrol 1
Ammonium Hydroxide, 5 %    1 Sodium Cyanide 1
Ammonium Hydroxide, 20 %    1 Sodium Hypochlorite 1
Potassium Hydroxide, 5 % 1 Toluene 1
Potassium Hydroxide, 20 % 1 Trichloroethane 2
Sodium Hydroxide, 5 % 1 Wine 1
Sodium Hydroxide, 20 % 1 Xylene 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.


HEAT RESISTANT HB LINING epigen XD005

A high performance, solventless, epoxy polymer lining designed to meet the highest standards of elevated temperature service, chemical resistance, and corrosion protection.
 
XD005 is primarily a barrier coating or lining suited to treatment of steel, concrete and brick in applications where temperatures may exceed 150 Celsius or the substrate requires protection from hot chemicals.
 
Extremely high cross linking density affords XD005 the ability to resist a range of organic solvents including ketones and chlorinated aromatics . Also highly favoured where the lining is required to address hot highly corrosive acids.

TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
  • Pumps & Impellors                  
  • Ducting Systems
  • Exhaust Stacks                       
  • Tanks & Vessels
  • Rail Cars                                 
  • Scrubbers
  • Laundries                                
  • Steelwork Coating
  • Pipelines & Valves                   
  • Solvent Extraction

FEATURES
  • Highly erosion resistant polymer system
  • Application DFT up to 1000 micron in the one coat
  • Free of all solvents - zero VOC
  • Engineered for high mechanical strength
  • Resistant to organic solvents
  • Versatility in application - can be used with GF HDT 150 Celsius - Practical service beyond 200 Celsius
  • Outstanding resistance to chemicals & acids

PROFILE
Ratio by weight                                    5 parts “A” to 1 part “B”
Pot Life minutes @ 24oC                     60
Mixed consistency @ 24oC                  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                               >30
Flexural strength ASTM D790, Mpa                             >50
Hardness, Shore D                                                         89
Dielectric constant ASTM D150 (150KHz)                   3.0
Maximum exposure temperature, o C                            240*
Heat deflection temperature ASTM D648,  o C             150
* Thermal degradation temperature. This does not necessarily represent the ultimate maximum permissable temperature.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 homogenus and free from lumps. Avoid air entrainment.
XD005 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. XD005 is of 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.
XD005 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.
Note : Re-application or second coat application over cured XD-005 should only be carried out after abrading back the existing application.
 
POSTCURE
To acheive full cross linking density and maximum performance, applied product should be allowed to “gel” or become “tack free” before applying heat cure. This will take several hours at at 25°C.
 
Heat curing can be carried out by:

  1. Post gel at 50°C for 6 - 8 hours using heat lamps, etc.
  2. Followed by post cure for 6 - 8 hours at 120°C. Step (b) can be carried out by insitu curing. Excessive heat should be avoided during the gel stage to protectagainst sag and curtaining. Tests have shown that, at an air temperature of 50°C and DFT of 500 micron, this product will gel satisfactorily without sagging.
 
EVERY EFFORT SHOULD BE TAKEN TO PROTECT AGAINST AIR ENCAPSULATION & CARBAMATE FORMATION DURING APPLICATION. CONSULT WITH THE MANUFACTURER FOR MORE DETAILS IF UNCLEAR.
 
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 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 % 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, 5 % 1 Sewage 1
Sulfuric Acid, 20 % 1 Skydrol 1
Ammonium Hydroxide, 5 % 1 Sodium Cyanide 1
Ammonium Hydroxide, 20% 1 Sodium Hypochlorite 1
Potassium Hydroxide, 5 % 1 Toluene 2
Potassium Hydroxide, 20 % 1 Trichloroethane 1
Sodium Hydroxide, 5 % 1 Wine 1
Sodium Hydroxide, 20 % 1 Xylene 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.



HEAT & ABRASION RESISTANT CERAMIC COMPOSITE epigen XD001BR

A high performance solvent free coating filled with ceramic particles to combat abrasive conditions in a broad range of applications. The epoxy resin base designed to meet the highest standards of high temperature service and chemical resistance providing additional benefits in superior adhesive strength, high corrosive resistance, mechanical properties greater than standard, simply designed to meet the highest success in elevated temperature service.
 
The polymer composite comprises fine grading of sintered ceramic of extreme hardness and resistance to abrasion for the treatment of steel, concret and brick in applications where temperatures may exceed 150 Celsius, or if the substrate requires protection from hot chemicals.
 
Extremely high reaction cross linking density affords XD001BR the ability to resist a range of organic solvents including ketones and chlorinated aromatics . Also highly favoured where the lining is required to address hot highly corrosive acids.
 
The surface finish may be applied as a thin film up to 2mm. It is acceptable to apply high builds in most situations to maximize life but thinner applications require review for void formation that could lead through to the substrate.

TYPICAL APPLICATIONS
  • Exhaust Stacks                       
  • Tanks & Vessels
  • Flanges                                   
  • Bearing Faces
  • Pumps & Impellors                  
  • Ducting Systems
  • Scrubbers

FEATURES
  • Highly corrosion resistant polymer system
  • Free of all solvents - zero VOC
  • Engineered for high mechanical strength
  • Resistant to organic solvents HDT 150 Celsius - Practical service beyond 240 Celsius
  • Outstanding resistance to chemicals & acids
  • Excellent resistance to sliding abrasion
  • Suitable as an adhesive for Ceramic Tiles
  • Tough polymer with high adhesive strength
  • Engineered for high mechanical strength

PROFILE

Ratio by weight                                    2 parts “A” to 1 part “B”
Pot Life minutes @ 20oC                     25
Mixed consistency @ 24oC                 Thick Liquid Specific gravity when mixed      1.8
Coverage, /m2 @ 2mm                         3.6kg
Tack free time @ 24oC                         240 minutes
 
TYPICAL CURED PROPERTIES

Compressive strength ASTM D695, Mpa 110
Tensile strength ASTM D638, Mpa 30
Flexural strength ASTM D790, Mpa 33
Hardness, Shore D 90
Elongation ASTM D638, % 0.8
Thermal conductivity ASTM C177, Kcal/m.hroC 0.6
Maximum exposure temperature, o C 240*
Heat deflection temperature ASTM D648, o C 150
Thin Film Gel @ 2mm, Minutes 180
Thin Film Set @ 2mm, Minutes 240
Ambient cure time to Service @ 2mm, Hours 36
 
* Thermal degradation temperature. This does not necessarily represent the ultimate maximum permissable temperature.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, 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 or spatulas, and completed by adding to the component “A”, the component “B”. Ensure the mix is homogeneous and free from lumps.
Application can be carried out by applying mixed com- pound directly to the desired area or component with brush, squeegee, or by tools such as paint scrapers, putty knives or flat steel trowels, the latter mainly for large horizontal areas. Application can be carried out with relative ease whether in either vertical or horizontal con- figurations.

Note : Re-application or second coat application over cured XD001BR should only be carried out after abrading back the existing application.

 
POSTCURE
To acheive full cross linking density and maximum performance, applied product should be allowed to “gel” or become “tack free” before applying heat cure.
Heat curing can be carried out by:

  1. Post gel at 50°C for 6 - 8 hours using heat lamps, etc.
  2. Followed by post cure for 6 - 8 hours at 120°C. Step (b) can be carried out by insitu curing.
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 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 % 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, 5 % 1 Sewage 1      
Sulfuric Acid, 20 %    1 Skydrol 1      
Ammonium Hydroxide, 5 %    1 Sodium Cyanide 1      
Ammonium Hydroxide, 20 %    1 Sodium Hypochlorite 1      
Potassium Hydroxide, 5 % 1 Toluene 2      
Potassium Hydroxide, 20 % 1 Trichloroethane 1      
Sodium Hydroxide, 5 % 1 Wine 1      
Sodium Hydroxide, 20 % 1 Xylene 1      
This information is supplied as an indicative reference only. Caution should be used where direct comparisons are to be made.

EVERY EFFORT SHOULD BE MADE TO PROTECT AGAINST CARBAMATE FORMATION DURING APPLICATION IF RECOATING. CONSULT WITH THE MANUFACTURER FOR MORE DETAILS.

 
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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