Series 1416

Vinester

Generic Type

Novolac Vinyl Ester

Common Usage

This extremely corrosion resistant coating is used as the base product for many reinforced applications due to the versatility provided from the product being supplied as “neat” or non-pigmented. Series 1416 is the best selection for strong acid conditions and when temperatures above ambient conditions are expected. Use this product to add specialty mortar powders, to embed glass mats, as a saturant coat, or as a pigmented self-leveling finish coat. Series 1416 was formerly ProPolymer 4847.

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Topcoats

Series 1416, 1432, 1436

Volume Solids

85% (mixed). Series 1416 contains a reactive monomer and some loss will occur during application and cure. Actual solids by volume will vary depending upon temperature and air movement.

Recommended DFT

Topcoat Application: 30.0 mils (75 microns)
Mortar Applications: +50.0 mils (+1270 microns)
Abrasion Resistant Applications: +50.0 mils (+1270 microns)

Curing Time

Temperature To Recoat Immersion Maximum Recoat
90°F (32°C) 3 hours 20 hours 3 days
75°F (24°C) 4 hours 24 hours 4 days
50°F (10°C) 12 hours 4 days 5 days

Note: Certain service applications may require elevated temperature and/or longer cure times for placing in service.

Number of Components

Two: Part A (base) and Part B (catalyst)

Finish

Semi-gloss

Volatile Organic Compounds

EPA Method 24
0.63 lbs/gallon (75 grams/litre)

Primers

Steel: Self-priming or 1402
Concrete: Series 1402

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