Chemical Resistant Epoxy Wall Coating
100% Solids Epoxy Based
Thicker Bodied Epoxy Coating for Use on Verticals (Walls) and Overheads
Protect Concrete, Steel Other Materials From Non-Oxidizing Acids and Alkalines
Product #2W Chemical Resistant Epoxy Wall Coating
Epoxy Based Chemical Resistant Wall Coating Product #2W for vertical (walls) and overhead (ceilings) is a two component, 100% solids epoxy chemical resistant coating used to protect chemical concrete, steel and other structural materials from non-oxidizing acids and alkalines for both interior and exterior applications.
Surface to receive Product #2W Epoxy Based Chemical Resistant Wall Coating must be clean and sound. Remove all dirt, laitance, grease curing compounds and other foreign matter by sandblasting, mechanical abrasion, or acid etching. Remove water and dust from all surfaces with an oil-free blast immediately prior to application.
Temperature of Product #2W Epoxy Based Chemical Resistant Wall Coating must be 50° F or above at time of mixing. Stir each component separately before blending. Mix two parts by volume of Part A with one part by volume of Part B for three minutes with a low speed electric drill motor equipped with a mixing paddle.
Apply Product #2W Epoxy Based Chemical Resistant Wall Coating with a roller, brush, or spray equipment. Two coats are recommended. Thickness per coat should be 7-10 mils. Seven days cure time is required to reach maximum chemical resistance.
Refer to Product #2W Epoxy Based Chemical Resistant Wall Coating Chemical Resistance Chart for field tested results of common industrial chemicals that Product #2W has been exposed to. New concrete should be at least 28 days old. Temperature of substrate must be above 50 ° F. DO NOT thin.
Prolonged or repeated exposure may cause eye and skin irritation. If contact occurs, wash immediately and seek medical help. Use safety glasses with side shields and wear protective rubber gloves.
Remove Product #2W Epoxy Based Chemical Resistant Wall Coating from all tools and equipment should be cleaned before the system gels. Use MEK, Acetone, or any lacquer solvent.
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