Sherwin Williams Macropoxy C123 - Formerly Leighs Epigrip C123

SKU
id4133
Part A: UN1263 (Class: 3, Pk Grp: III), Part B: UN3469 (Class: 3.8, Pk Grp: III)
A high solids 2 pack epoxy, pigmented with glass flakes and anti corrosives for use on steel. Network Rail Item 7.2.3. Highways Agency Item No.123
Available in 5 and 20 Litres
From £96.40 £80.33
In stock
Only %1 left
Product Description

Sherwin Williams Macropoxy C123 - Formerly Leighs Epigrip C123 is a high solids 2 pack epoxy, pigmented with glass flakes and anti corrosives for use on steel.

Best Uses

Macropoxy C123 is best suited for anti-corrosive protection of blast cleaned steel such as steel structures, bridges and infrastructure in aggressive atmospheric conditions. Endorsed for Network Rail Item 7.2.3 and Highways Agency Item No.123.

Application

Blast clean to Sa2½ ( ISO 8501-1:2007 ). Average surface profile in the range 50-100 microns. Ensure surfaces to be coated are clean, dry and free from all surface contamination.

Macropoxy L574 or Macropoxy M111 should be specified where there is a requirement for a blast primer. Recommended application method via airless spray or brush for stripe coat or touch up only.

Recommended cleanser / thinner Sherwin Williams No2. Indefinitely self overcoatable provided the coating has been suitably cleaned. For optimum intercoat adhesion with other epoxy topcoats, overcoating should occur within 14 days. Where atmospheric exposure is required, overcoat with Acrolon C137V2 within 7 days at a minimum dft of 50 microns or in the case of Acrolon C750V2 overcoat within 4 days.

Technical Details

Approvals:

  • Network Rail Item 7.2.3
  • Highways Agency Item No. 123
  • Norsok M-501 System 7A (Pre Qualified)

Technical Info:

  • Dry Film Thickness: 250 or 400 microns
  • Drying Time: 4 hours at 15°C to touch, 8 hours at 15°C to recoat
  • Theoretical Coverage: 3.3m2 or 2.1m2 per litre
  • Pot Life: 1 hour at 23°C
  • Available in a limited range of colours
  • Available in 5 and 20 Litres

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