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A two component high gloss VOC compliant epoxy acrylic finish. Highways Approved Item No.167.
Formally PPG SigmaDur 568. A 2 Part High Solids, High Build Polyurethane Gloss Finish.
A hard wearing top coat for use in aggressive atmospheric exposure. Network Rail approved. Highways Approved Item No 168
A high solids, tin free, PU with fast drying and high gloss attributes for use where long term exterior gloss and colour retention is required.
A two-component epoxy paint, which cures to a hard and tough coating.
A rapid return to service, high build, edge retentive tank lining for prepared steel or concrete surfaces industrial and marine exposures.
A two component, high build, amine adduct cured, phenolic, epoxy primer designed for providing the second coat in the PhenGuard system.
Formally Amercoat 878 a one component heat resistant moisture curing silicone aluminium.
A two component high build amine adduct cured phenolic epoxy primer resistance to a wide range of organic acids, alcohols, edible oils, fats and solve...
A two component, moisture curing, zinc rich silicate coating used as a tank coating to provide excellent solvent and chemical resistance.
A two component, high build, amine adduct cured, phenolic epoxy holding primer.
Formally Jotun Penguard Tie Coat. A two component, polyamide cured, high molecular weight epoxy coating, specially designed as a tie coat / sealer.
A low film build anti-corrosive primer for application to steel substrates. Network Rail/Railtrack approved. Highways Approved Item No. 109
A two component moisture curing inorganic zinc ethyl silicate coating. Heat resistant up to 540°C.
A glass flake vinyl ester acrylic co-polymer that is approved to NORSOK Rev 6 System 7A and 7B.
A high performance, two component, high solids epoxy barrier coating suitable for low temperature curing.
A two component high build polyamine adduct cured epoxy coating. Primarily designed for use in offshore splash zone maintenance.
Suitable for use as a finishing coat for protection of structural steel.
A universal epoxy and self-primed high performance coating system.
A versatile primer for long-term protection of steel in severely corrosive environments.
A two-component, solvent-borne, self-curing, inorganic zinc silicate with outstanding resistance against weathering and abrasion.
A water based, quick drying gloss acrylic finish or sealercoat for Sherwin Williams FX Firetex intumescent product range.
A two component, high build, amine adduct-cured novolac phenolic epoxy primer for subsequent coats of PPG Phenguard Subsea 780.
A one component physically drying silicone acrylic coating that is heat resistant up to 600°C.
A two component, polyamide cured, high molecular weight epoxy coating designed as a primer for new construction.
A two component chemically curing epoxy coating that is a shop primer designed for high welding and cutting speed, giving reduced weld porosity and ba...
A two component, anti-corrosive metallic zinc rich epoxy primer.
A two component acrylic polyurethane finish giving excellent durability and long term recoatability.
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|System 1 (pre-qualified)||Carbon steel with maximum operating temperature < 120°C (248°F)
Exteriors of equipment, vessels, piping and valves (not insulated)
|System 2||Carbon steel surfaces exposed to operating temperatures > 120°C (248°F)|
|System 3A-3G (System 3B pre-qualified)||Internal surface of carbon steel tanks|
|System 4 (pre-qualified)||Walkways, escape routes and lay down areas|
|System 5A (pre-qualified)||Epoxy-based fire protection|
|System 5B (pre-qualified)||Cement-based fire protection|
|System 6A||Uninsulated stainless steel when painting is required. Aluminum when painting is required|
|System 6B||Hot-dipped, galvanized steel when painting is required|
|System 6C||Insulated stainless steel piping and vessels at temperatures < 150°C (302°F)|
|System 7A (pre-qualified)||Carbon and stainless steel in the splash zone|
|System 7B (pre-qualified)||Submerged carbon and stainless steel ≤ 50°C (122°F)|
|System 7C (pre-qualified)||Submerged carbon and stainless steel > 50°C (122°F)|
Structural carbon steel with maximum operating temperature ≤ 80°C (176°F) in internal and fully dry and ventilated areas
Structural carbon steel with maximum operating temperature ≤ 80°C (176°F) in fully dry and ventilated areas
|System 9||Bulk-supplied carbon steel valves with maximum operating temperature up to 150°C (302°F)|