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The information in this data sheet is to the best of our knowledge correct at the date of printing. The company reserves the right to modify data without notice. Any change in data will normally be followed by issue of a new data sheet. The user should check the date of printing and if more than 12 months have elapsed, then the data should only be used after checking with our nearest sales office to establish that they are still valid. Since condition of application and service may be beyond our control, no liability can be accepted on the basis of these data. Dated 10/9/00
USES: Stops leaks in wine, vinegar, brine and whiskey tanks (wood, concrete or steel). Patches glass-lined tanks. Will adhere to dry, damp, or wet surfaces. Wet Surface Liner cures in air or under water.
COLOR:Clear amber
COVERAGE:160 square feet per gallon at 10 mil thickness (theoretical).
FINISH:High gloss
VISCOSITY:Thick liquid
DRYING TIME:8 hours at 75° F.
FLASH POINT: Above 200° F.
THINNER:Do NOT thin (use 5409 Epoxy Thinner for cleanup only)
SURFACE PREPARATION:Wash surface with soda ash solution, rinse with clear water. Surface should be chemically clean. Steel should be sandblasted. Only use on surfaces which are sound.
APPLICATION:Trowel, putty knife or stiff brush. All stir sticks and containers used for preparation must be very clean. Avoid trapping air in coating when mixing or applying
METHOD OF APPLICATION:SLOWLY mix the entire contents of the container marked Composition A with the entire contents of the container B. Do not vary amounts and scrape cans clean. Pot life is one hour at 70° F. All equipment should be very clean. If you are unable to find the source of leaks, it may be necessary to coat all seams. This is usually done on the interior of tanks, and can be done on the exterior but will leave a high-gloss coating. On steel, epoxy should be applied no later than one day after sandblasting. Wine or food products may be introduced 24 hours after application, after thorough rinsing with warm water.
RATIO A to B:The ratio of component A to component B is 2 to 1 by volume. Be as accurate as possible.
RESISTS:Up to 100 proof alcohol; temperatures ranging from 300° F. to 60° F. when fully cured (after 30 days).
CAUTION:Will cure very slowly at temperatures below 50° F. Store in warm room (approx. 70° F.) Do not admit sulfur dioxide to tank before application; however, it may be introduced one day after application.