Made for coating large structures and components such as motor housings, bag houses, cyclones, hoppers, pipelines and precipitators, this single-part, gray, low-viscosity, polymeric coating cures and dries at room temperature into a hard, non-porous and abrasion resistant material. It has survived long-term salt fog, salt spray and humidity of over 1,000 hours, and resists hydrochloric, nitric, ethylene chloride and sulfuric acids. It comes in a 200-240 cps viscosity, a specific gravity of 1.05 gms/cc, and solids by volume of 49 percent (67 percent by weight). It usually goes on by brush, roller or ordinary pneumatic spray equipment in a 4.0 mil wet film thickness, and dries to about 2.0 mils, typically covering 722 sq ft per gallon in a 1.0 mil dry film. It can also be applied directly on rusted surfaces. It comes in pint, quart and gallon containers. Aremco Products Inc.http://rbi.ims.ca/4928-624
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