SARV COAT 8574

Epoxy vinyl Primer COATINGS



Description

Sarv coat 8574 is a two component, polyamide cured epoxy vinyl primer coat.

 

Physical Data

 

Finish............................................... Flat

Colour............................................. Upon request

Volume Solids............................... 52±2%

Specific Gravity............................ 1.35 ±0.05 gr/m3

Flash Point..................................... 26°C

Recommended D.F.T................... 40-60 microns

Theoretical coverage.................... 13-8.7 sqm/lit

                                                          9.62-6.41 sqm/kg

Practical Coverage....................... depends on loss factor

Touch dry....................................... Max 2 hrs at 20°C

Fully cured..................................... 7  days at 20°C

Thermal Resistance...................... 140°C

Shelf life......................................... 1 year at 25°C

Package.......................................... 5- 20 liter container

 

Application Details

Application method .................... Air/Airless spray, Brush

Nozzle orifice................................. . .021"

Nozzle pressure............................. 150 bar/2200 Psi

Application temperature............. 5-50°C

Mixing ratio................................... 4/1 by weight

Thinner/Cleaner............................ SVT-85

Pot life ............................................ 8 hrs at 20°C

Recoat interval.............................. Min 24 hrs

                                                           Max 4 months

Outstanding Characteristics

  • Excellent oil resistance
  • Excellent chemical resistance against weak acids and alkalis.
  • Suitable as 2nd coat in various epoxy paint systems.
  • Corrosion resistance in moderately to severely coastal atmosphere.

Recommended Use

As a protective primer coat for industrial and marine structures.

Surface Preparation

Remove oil and grease, etc. with suitable detergent. Remove salt and other contaminants by (high pressure) fresh water cleaning. Clean damaged area thoroughly by power tool cleaning to ST3 (minor aress)

Or by abrasive blasting to minimum SA2, Preferably to SA2 ½ (for repair and maintenance) abrasive blasting to SA 2 ½ SSPC-10 (for new steel)