Epoxy Novolac Vinyl Ester
A high molecular weight (HMW), elevated temperature-service, glass-flake-filled novolac vinyl ester lining. Can be used as a gel coat, as a stand-alone liner or as part of a full vinyl ester system. Commonly used in high temperature filtration units, bag houses, exhaust and duct work, and as a primary lining for wet chemical services. Formerly ProPolymer 4834S.View more product details
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Series 1422, 1428
Number of Components
Two: Part A (base) and Part B (catalyst)
85.0 ± 2.0% (mixed). Series 1436 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.
|Temperature||To Recoat||Immersion||Maximum Recoat|
|90°F (32°C)||3 hours||24 hours||3 days|
|75°F (24°C)||4 hours||48 hours||5 days|
|50°F (10°C)||12 hours||4 days||7 days|
Recoat times are typical for coating to be dry-to-touch and ready for the next application. Immersion and certain other services may require longer cure times and/or elevated temperature post cure for optimal performance. ASTM D2583 Barcol Hardness check is also recommended. Coating that has exceeded its maximum recoat time should be checked for styrene or acetone sensitivity or uniformly scarified to assure secondary bonding. Consult Tnemec Technical Services.
12.0 to 42.0 mils (305 to 1065 microns) per coat.
Self-priming or Series 1402, 1407. Note: For services above 180°F (82°C), do not use a primer.
Volatile Organic Compounds
EPA Method 24
1.21 lbs/gallon (145 grams/litre)
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