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PolyArmor Coat

PolyArmor Coat

Hard, durable, abrasion and chemical resistant finish which is not attainable with regular coating systems

Poly Armor Coat is an all purpose protective coating for concrete, wood, steel and masonry. Because of its excellent chemical and corrosion resistance properties and its outstanding bond, abrasion resistance, hardness and durability.

Tests Results Test Method
Mixing Ratio 1 part base, 1 part hardener
Viscosity 600-900 CPS
Solids by Weight 70%
Flexibility Passes 1/8" mandrel
Hardness Pencil, 24 Hours HB
Hardness Pencil, 3 Days 2H ASTMD-3363
Impact Resistance Direct 160 in/lb
Impact Resistance Reverse 60 in/lb
Abrasion Resistance 50-60 mg loss Taber CS-17 wheel 500 gm.  
Load, 1000 cycles
Falling Sand, litres/mil 35
Pot Life 8-10 Hours ASTMD-2471
Salt Spray Resistance Passes 500 Hours
Freeze Thaw Resistance Passes 50 Cycles
Fire Resistance: Flame Spread 0 ASTMD-162
Fire Resistance:  Fuel Contributed 0-2 ASTMD-162
Fire Resistance: Smoke Developed 2-3 Hours ASTMD-162

ADVANTAGES                        

Excellent bond to concrete, steel and wood.
Resistant to most acids, alkali, solvents, oil, grease, brine and other chemicals.
High gloss finish.
Available in different standard and custom colors.

USES                   

Poly Armor Coat is an all purpose protective coating for concrete, wood, steel and masonry. Because of its excellent chemical and corrosion resistance properties and its outstanding bond, abrasion resistance, hardness and durability.

Poly Armor Coat can be used for applications in:
processing plants
manufacturing plants
schools
petroleum refineries
food and beverage plants
sewage treatment plants
industrial floors
swimming pools
industrial flooring
structural members.

 SURFACE PREPARATION            

Concrete: Concrete surfaces should be dry, clean and free from all dust, oil, grease and any kind of loose coating. Concrete surfaces should be sound. New concrete should be acid etched with muriatic acid(1 part acid: 3 parts water) and then rinsed three times with fresh water. Allow to air dry and then apply Poly Armor coat. Old concrete surfaces, particularly smooth ones should be blast tracked. Steel: Steel surface should be dry and free from rust, oil, grease and any kind of loose paint. Steel surfaces should be sand blasted to white metal according to Steel Structures Painting Council Specifications. Wood: Wood surfaces should be patched with Epoxy Gel (Polyflex Gel) at the joints and knots. Lightly sand the surface and apply Poly Armor coat. Coverage: Poly Armor Coat will cover 200-300 sq. ft/gallon depending upon the substrate and its condition

CHEMICAL RESISTANCE CHART      

Acetic Acid 10% --Blisters
Butter --Uneffected
Citrus juice -- Uneffected
Fuel Oil --Uneffected
Grease --Uneffected
Hydraulic Fluid --Uneffected
Ink --Uneffected
Lard --Uneffected
Mustard --Uneffected
Phosphoric Acid --Uneffected
Sodium Chloride Solution --Uneffected
Sulfuric Acid 10% --Uneffected
Vinegar --Uneffected
Chlorox --Uneffected
Coffee --Uneffected
Gasoline --Uneffected
Hydrochloric Acid 30% --Uneffected
Lipstick --Uneffected
Lactic Acid --Uneffected
Mineral Spirit --Uneffected
Nitric Acid 10% --Uneffected
Skydrol --Uneffected
Sodium Hydroxide 10-30% --Uneffected
Toluene & Xylene --Softens