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PolyCoat - 2000 HCR

PolyCoat - 2000 HCR

PolyCoat - 2000 HCR is a two component 100% solid epoxy system which is highly chemical resistant to inorganic acids, organic acids, alkalies and solvents (98% Sulfuric Acid, 37% hydrochloric Acid, organic acids, alkalies and solvents). PolyCoat - 2000 HCR has a very high heat deflection temperature up to 180°F. It is a moisture insensitive,low temperature curing material up to 34°F

Tests Results Test Method
Color

Part A - Maroon Red

Part B - Amber Brown

 
Mixed Viscosity 7000-9000 CPS @75F ASTMD-2392 
Tensile Strength 9000PSI (NCAT) ASTMD-638 
Tensile Elongation 2-5% ASTMD-638 
Compressive Strength (Mortar) 13000-14000 PSI ASTMC-507
Tensile Strength (Mortar) 1975 PSI ASTMC-307
Flexural Strength 4600 PSI  ASTC-580
Modulus of Elasticity (Flexural) 1.6 X 106 PSI ASTMD-780 
Shore D Hardness 86-90 ASTMD-2240 
Resistant Elevated Temperature No slip or flow at required temperature of 158F MIL-D3134F
Taber Abrasion Resistance 0.02 GMS loss for 1000 cycles ASTMD-1044 
Indentation No indentation MIL-D-3134F 
Flammability Self Extinguishing burning extent 0.25in MAX  ASTMD-635
Water Absorbtion 0.18% ASTMC-413 
Bond Strength 425 PSI (100% Concrete failure) ASTMD-882 
Coefficiant of Friction 0.55 ASTMD-2047 
Heat Deflection Temperature   ASTMD-648 
Heat resistance

200F continuous

250F - 300F intermittent

 

Uses:

  • Battery Rooms
  • Plating Rooms
  • Chemical Processing Plants
  • Refineries
  • Paper and Pulp Manufacturers
  • Corrosion Control against chemicals and for the protection of concrete surfaces
  • Withstands spillage of chemicals at 250F

Advantages

  • Highly Chemical resistant
  • Excellant bond to concrete, wood & steel
  • Solvent Free
  • No vinylesters
  • No methylcrylates
  • No methacrylates

Surface Preparation

Concrete: Concrete surface should be structurally sound, free of oil, grease, loose paint. Concrete surface must be throughly chemically clean or preferably scarified or blast tracked

Steel: Steel surface must be sand blasted to white metal with profile according to SSPA specification #10

Wood: Surface should be neat, clean, free of oil, grease, loose paint. All cracks and joints should be patched first before applying the coating or resurfacing material