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  • Bitumastic 300 M

    Features:

    • Excellent chemical, corrosion and abrasion resistance
    • High-build, 16-24 mils (400-610 microns) in a single coat (up to 35 mils with force curing)
    • Compatible with controlled cathodic protection
    • Suitable for use in exposures as referenced in the following specifications:
    • Corp of Engineers C-200, C200a
    • AWWA C-210 for exterior
    • SSPC-Paint 16
    • Steel Tank Institute Corrosion Control System STI-P3

    Description:

    Renowned high build coal tar epoxy polyamide for protection of steel and concrete in single or two-coat applications in a broad variety of aggressive industrial applications.


  • Carbocoat 150 Universal Primer

    Features:

    • Good for extended exposure demands
    • Ability to be welded through
    • Heavy-metal free
    • VOC compliant for most areas
    • Accepts wide range of topcoats

    Description:

    Heavy-duty primer formulated to provide long term protection of structural steel. It provides excellent adhesion and can be welded through to yield sound welds.


  • Carbocrylic 1295 HS

    Features:

    • Offers excellent corrosion and weathering protection.
    • NORSOK Approved for offshore
    • Recommended for chemical industry, offshore, power and heavy industry.

    Description:

    Carbocrylic is a high solids topcoat with good weathering capabilities. Offers a glossy, smooth, hard finish that is easy cleanable. One coat application capable.


  • Carbocrylic 3358

    Features:

    • Single component
    • Resistant to flash rusting
    • Outstanding corrosion protection
    • Low odor, low VOC

    Description:

    Surface tolerant direct-to-metal primer with excellent corrosion resistant properties, resistance to flash rusting and suitability for SPPC-SP2 and SP3-cleaned steel.


  • Carbocrylic 3359

    Features:

    • Multi-purpose interior/exterior coating
    • Excellent color and gloss retention
    • Single component
    • Outstanding corrosion protection
    • Low odor, low VOC
    • Acceptable for use in USDA facilities

    Description:

    Versatile high performance finish with excellent corrosion resistance and exterior weathering properties.


  • Carbocrylic 3359 DTM

    Features:

    • Smooth, attractive, high build finish
    • Excellent weatherability, gloss and color retention
    • Low odor
    • Excellent corrosion protection
    • Meets most VOC (Volatile Organic Content) regulations
    • Excellent resistance to flash rusting
    • Outstanding application characteristics
    • Dry-fall* properties
    • Suitable for use in USDA inspected facilities

    Description:

    A single-component durable, high performance direct-to-metal acrylic coating for use where excellent weathering properties and chemical resistance are required. Use as a direct-to-metal acrylic coating for tank exteriors, piping, and structural steel, as well as other exterior and interior uses. May also be used as a finish coat over recommended primers.


  • Carboglas 1601 SG

    Features:

    • Outstanding marine exposure resistance (atmospheric, tidal, subsea)
    • Excellent resistance to both organic and mineral acids
    • Excellent abrasion and impact resistance
    • Excellent resistance to bleach solutions and free chlorine
    • Outstanding long-term protection

    Description:

    This extremely durable and chemically resistant cladding utilizes a multi-step curing process that incorporates chemically-fused glass flake reinforcing in a highly cross-linked polyester matrix. The resultant layer is an extremely durable barrier against a variety of exposures including marine, fresh water, salt water, both mineral and organic acids, bleach solutions, and free chlorine. The multi-layer glass-flake reinforcement greatly impedes the penetration of water and other corrosives making this system extremely long performing.


  • Carboguard 1207

    Features:

    • Superior abrasion resistance
    • Excellent resistance to aerated seawater and various other chemicals
    • Excellent immersion performance
    • Easy to repair
    • VOC compliant to current AIM regulations

    Description:

    Ultra-durable solvent-free coating for use on steel and concrete substrates subject to severe impact and physical abuse. This aggregate filled coating offers exceptional abrasion resistance in heavy-duty marine and splash zone environments. It is ideal for high abuse areas on offshore structures exposed to aerated sea water (splash zone), boat landing areas, or working decks, lay down areas, helidecks, or walkways. It can be also be used for buried pipe due to its outstanding physical durability. Consult Carboline Tech Service for high profile non-skid applications.


  • Carboguard 1209

    Features:

    • Excellent abrasion resistance
    • Excellent chemical resistance
    • Outstanding impermeability
    • Single coat, self-priming capabilities
    • VOC compliant to current AIM regulations
    • Non-skid surface (optional)

    Description:

    Dense, highly impermeable glass flake-filled coating used for protecting steel and concrete. This versatile coating provides an impenetrable film for severe exposures in marine, offshore, petrochemical, pulp and paper and other aggressive environments. Optional use of light or course grit fillers provides nonskid properties.


  • Carboguard 1340

    Features:

    • Exceptional wetting characteristics
    • Low stress, highly flexible film
    • Very high solids
    • Low odor
    • User-friendly brush & roller application
    • VOC compliant to current AIM regulations

    Description:

    Penetrating primer/sealer for use on concrete substrates and Carboline Pyrocrete Fireproofing products. It performs extremely well in sealing cementitious surfaces and is designed to receive a variety of different generic types of finish coats. Some recommended uses of 1340 include the use as a curing compound or form release agent. When applied to “green” concrete it will retard the escape of moisture during the cure period. It is also excellent for use as a form release coating on plywood or steel forms.


  • Carboguard 60

    Features:

    • Low odor and low VOC
    • Available in a variety of rapid tint colors*
    • Attractive medium sheen for tank exteriors
    • Good chemical resistance
    • Used as a primer, intermediate, or finish coat
    • Fast cure & dry times
    • Can be applied over power tool cleaned surfaces
    • VOC compliant to current AIM regulations
    • Good abrasion resistance

    Description:

    Carboguard 60 is a high solids, versatile, abrasion resistant, chemical resistant, and corrosion resistant coating. It can be used as a primer, intermediate coat, or self-priming finish over steel or inorganic zinc primers. May be topcoated with itself, or a broad variety of high performance finish coats. This product has excellent wetting properties giving it the capability of going over marginally prepared substrates. It is ideal for maintenance and fabrication shop applications. An optional Glass Flake (GF) additive or micaceous iron oxide (MiO) additive can be purchased separately and may be used to enhance film strength for more abusive applications for severe marine or heavy industrial uses. Consult Technical Service for suitability as a lining or other exposures.


  • Carboguard 635

    Features:

    • Low temperature cure (20°F)
    • Excellent corrosion protection
    • Excellent application characteristics
    • Fast recoat times
    • Moisture tolerance during application
    • Extended recoat window for atmospheric exposures (6 months for most topcoats)
    • ANSI/NSF Standard 61 for potable water (see UL's website for details)*

    Description:

    An all-purpose immersion-grade epoxy that has a variety of attributes including low-temperature cure, surface tolerance, fast recoat times, moisture tolerance during application and cure, and excellent corrosion protection. Can be used direct to metal as a corrosion resistant primer or as an intermediate coating over other primers. Suitable for both maintenance and new construction projects due to its excellent surface wetting characteristics and quick cure for handling. May also be used for immersion in potable water, fresh or salt water (marine) exposures.


  • Carboguard 635 VOC

    Features:

    • Low temperature cure (20°F)
    • Excellent corrosion protection
    • Excellent application characteristics
    • Fast recoat times
    • Moisture tolerance during application
    • Extended recoat window for atmospheric exposures (6 months for most topcoats)
    • Low VOC and low HAPs content

    Description:

    An all-purpose immersion-grade epoxy that has a variety of attributes including low-temperature cure, surface tolerance, fast recoat times, moisture tolerance during application and cure, and excellent corrosion protection. It has low VOC and low HAP's content for use in areas with restricted volatile emissions. Can be used direct to metal as a corrosion resistant primer or as an intermediate coating over other primers. Suitable for both maintenance and new construction projects due to its excellent surface wetting characteristics and quick cure for handling. May also be used for immersion in potable water, fresh or salt water (marine) exposures.


  • Carboguard 690

    Features:

    • High solids, low VOC
    • High build (16 mils)
    • Low temperature cure (20°F)
    • Excellent moisture tolerance during application
    • Fast cure response
    • Suitable for use in USDA inspected facilities

    Description:

    High performance, surface tolerant epoxy that has excellent resistance to water and wastewater exposures. This coating exhibits outstanding moisture tolerance during application, low temperature cure capability, and very fast cure response for quick return to service. Can be used on structural steel, piping, tankage, and equipment exposed to industrial or marine environments. It can also be used in immersion service for salt water, process water (non-potable) and waste water treatment projects; and is ideal for coatings under insulation on pipes up to 300°F(150°C).


  • Carboguard 690 GF

    Features:

    • High solids, low VOC
    • High build (20+ mils)
    • Low temperature cure (20°F)
    • Excellent moisture tolerance during application
    • Fast cure response
    • Excellent physical and barrier properties

    Description:

    High performance, glass-flake filled, cold cure epoxy having excellent film strength and resistance to water, salt water and wastewater exposures. This coating exhibits outstanding moisture tolerance during application, low temperature cure capability, and very fast cure response for quick return to service. Glass flake reinforcement enhances film strength, impact resistance and barrier properties. Can be used on a variety of surfaces including structural steel, piping, pilings, ships, offshore structures and other equipment exposed to industrial or marine environments. It can also be used in immersion service for salt water, process water (non-potable) and waste water treatment projects.


  • Carboguard 890

    Features:

    • Excellent chemical resistance
    • Surface tolerant characteristics
    • Conventional and low-temperature versions
    • Self-priming and primer/finish capabilities
    • Very good abrasion resistance
    • VOC compliant to current AIM regulations
    • Suitable for use in USDA inspected facilities

    Description:

    Highly chemical resistant epoxy mastic coating with exceptionally versatile uses in all industrial markets. Self-priming and suitable for application over most existing coatings, and tightly adherent rust. Serves as stand-alone system for a variety of chemical environments and is also designed for various immersion conditions.


  • Carboguard 890 GF

    Features:

    • Excellent chemical resistance
    • Surface tolerant characteristics for less severe applications
    • Low-temperature version: 890 LT GF
    • Self-priming and primer/finish capabilities
    • Excellent abrasion resistance & hardness
    • VOC compliant to current AIM regulations
    • Non-skid service with optional fillers

    Description:

    A glass reinforced chemically resistant epoxy coating with wide versatility in all industrial markets. It is self-priming. Glass reinforcement improves internal film strength, hardness, impact, and abrasion resistance. It is often used in severe service (above or below the water line) in marine applications where these resistance qualities are desired.


  • Carboguard 890 LT

    Features:

    • Excellent chemical resistance
    • Surface tolerant characteristics
    • Low-temperature cure formulation
    • Self-priming capability
    • Very good abrasion resistance
    • VOC compliant to current AIM regulations
    • Suitable for use in USDA inspected facilities

    Description:

    Highly chemical resistant epoxy mastic coating with exceptionally versatile uses in all industrial markets. Self-priming and suitable for application over most existing coatings, and tightly adherent to rust. Excellent for use as a primer or intermediate coat where low temperature cure is needed. Can be used in a variety of chemical environments. May be used as a self-priming or finish coat on exterior exposure if discoloration can be tolerated.


  • Carboguard 891 VOC

    Features:

    • NSF/ANSI-61 approved for potable water tanks*
    • Meets the FDA requirements for 21CFR 175.300 for direct food contact
    • Two coats applied per the Product Data Sheet meet the requirements of AWWA C210
    • Ultra High solids; Low VOC and HAPs
    • Handles deionized water up to 150°F (66°C)
    • VOC compliant for South Coast; <100 g/l VOC
    • Good chemical resistance
    • Excellent thermal shock resistance
    • Good abrasion resistance

    Description:

    Ultra high solids epoxy that is designed as a liner for potable water, demineralized water, wastewater and many other services. It is widely used as a tank lining for steel and concrete tanks. Product is self-priming and is normally applied in two coats. Formulated for application at conventional builds (4 to 6 mils per coat) as well as high builds (10 mils per coat).


  • Carboguard 893

    Features:

    • Excellent corrosion protection
    • Excellent film build and edge protection
    • Used as a primer or an intermediate coating
    • Good abrasion resistance
    • Cures down to 40°F
    • VOC compliant to current AIM regulations

    Description:

    High solids corrosion resistant primer and intermediate. Used either as a primer or an intermediate coat over steel and inorganic zinc primers. Can be topcoated with a broad variety of high performance finish coats.


  • Carboguard 893 SG

    Features:

    • Ready to apply after mixing; no sweat-in time or thinning required.
    • Economical fit for use epoxy
    • Available in a variety of rapid tint colors
    • Attractive low sheen for tank exteriors
    • Used as a primer, intermediate, or finish coat
    • Power tool cleaned surfaces acceptable
    • Optional low temperature (LT) cure Part B
    • VOC compliant to current AIM regulations

    Description:

    Versatile corrosion resistant coating. Used either as a primer, intermediate coat, or self-priming finish over steel and zinc primers. May be topcoated with itself, or a broad variety of high performance finish coats. Product also has surface tolerant properties. Optional (LT) cure for 35°F cure capability


  • Carboguard 893 SG LT

    Features:

    • Ready to apply after mixing; no sweat-in time or thinning required.
    • Economical fit for use epoxy
    • Available in a variety of rapid tint colors
    • Attractive low sheen for tank exteriors
    • Used as a primer, intermediate, or finish coat
    • Power tool cleaned surfaces acceptable
    • VOC compliant to current AIM regulations

    Description:

    Versatile corrosion resistant coating. Used either as a primer, intermediate coat, or self-priming finish over steel and zinc primers. May be topcoated with itself, or a broad variety of high performance finish coats. Product also has surface tolerant properties and low temperature 35 °F (2 °C) cure capability.


  • Carboguard 893 SG MIO

    Features:

    • Ready to apply after mixing; no sweat-in time or thinning required.
    • Economical fit for use epoxy
    • Used as a primer or intermediate coat
    • Can be applied over power tool cleaned surfaces
    • Micaceous iron oxide (MiO Filler) for additional barrier properties and corrosion resistance: MiO is purchased separately
    • Optional low temperature (LT) cure Part B
    • VOC compliant to current AIM regulations

    Description:

    Versatile corrosion resistant coating with zinc phosphate corrosion inhibitor. Contains additional filler reinforcement (micaceous iron oxide) for enhanced barrier resistant properties. Used either as a primer or intermediate coat over steel, other epoxies or inorganic zinc primers. May be topcoated with a broad variety of high performance finish coats. Has surface tolerant properties. Has optional (LT) cure for 35°F cure capability.


  • Carbomastic 15

    Features:

    • Excellent performance over minimal surface preparation of steel substrates
    • Suitable as a topcoat for most tightly adhered existing coatings
    • Excellent choice for field touch-up of zinc-rich primers and galvanized steel
    • Unique formulation with aluminum flakes provides exceptional barrier protection
    • Available in a low temperature cure version (Carbomastic 15 FC)
    • Suitable for use under insulation on hot surfaces operating up to 300 °F (150 °C)
    • VOC compliant to current AIM regulations

    Description:

    Aluminum-pigmented, low-stress, high-solids mastic with a proven field history. Carbomastic 15 was the pioneer mastic coating in a number of industrial markets and today still provides unmatched levels of barrier protection and corrosion resistance over existing finishes and rusted or SSPC-SP2 or SP3-cleaned steel.


  • Carbomastic 15 FC

    Features:

    • Excellent performance over minimal surface preparation of steel substrates
    • Suitable as a topcoat for most tightly adhered existing coatings
    • Excellent choice for field touch-up of zinc-rich primers and galvanized steel
    • Unique formulation with aluminum flakes provides exceptional barrier protection
    • May be applied at 35°F (2°C) when CM 15 FC's part B is utilized
    • Suitable for use under insulation on hot surfaces operating up to 300°F(150°C)
    • VOC compliant to current AIM regulations

    Description:

    Aluminum-pigmented, low-stress, high-solids mastic with outstanding performance properties and proven field history. Carbomastic 15 was the pioneer mastic coating in a number of industrial markets and today still provides unmatched levels of barrier protection and corrosion resistance over existing finishes and rusted or SSPC-SP2 or SP3-cleaned steel.


  • Carbomastic 18 BT

    Features:

    • Excellent immersion performance in both fresh and sea water
    • Suitable as a rust preventive coating in ballast tanks and hull applications
    • Ideal for sub-sea installations, jackets and other areas exposed to sea water
    • Can be applied as low as 5°C (40°F)
    • Good flexibility
    • Very good abrasion resistance
    • VOC compliant

    Description:

    Carbomastic 18 BT is a fast-curing, heavy-duty, high-build anti-corrosive coating with a broad and versatile list of uses in marine and other corrosive environments. It is an excellent choice for the protection of ship hull exteriors, underwater and ballast tanks. Offshore applications include sub-sea, jackets, production decks, drilling rig legs, pontoons, in immersed surfaces. It meets the demands in IMO Performance Standard for Protective Coatings. It is classified “B1” (Superior Grade) under DNV standard “Testing and Classification of Ballast Tank Coatings”.


  • Carbomastic 615

    Features:

    • High solids, low VOC
    • Low temperature cure
    • Excellent wetting properties
    • Excellent surface tolerance
    • Excellent moisture tolerance (application)
    • Fast cure response
    • Suitable for immersion service in fresh or salt water after 60 minute cure @75°F

    Description:

    High performance epoxy that has excellent resistance to fresh and salt water exposures. This coating exhibits outstanding moisture and surface tolerance during application, low temperature cure capability, and very fast cure response for quick return to service. It contains an inert flake reinforcement (micaceous iron oxide) to enhance film strength and performance. This product is ideal for industrial or heavy duty marine environments for the protection of steel against salt laden environments.


  • Carbomastic 615 AL

    Features:

    • Unique formulation with aluminum flakes provides exceptional barrier protection
    • High solids, low VOC
    • Low temperature cure
    • Excellent wetting properties
    • Excellent surface tolerance
    • Excellent moisture tolerance during application
    • Fast cure response
    • Suitable for immersion service in fresh or salt water after 60 minute cure @75°F

    Description:

    High performance, aluminum-filled epoxy that has excellent resistance to fresh and salt water exposures. This coating exhibits outstanding moisture and surface tolerance during application, low temperature cure capability, and very fast cure response for quick return to service. This aluminum-pigmented epoxy also contains inert flake reinforcement (micaceous iron oxide) to enhance film strength and performance.


  • Carbothane 133 HB

    Features:

    • Outstanding performance properties in both mild and aggressive environments
    • High build; suitable for many two-coat systems
    • Suitable for application direct to inorganic zincs
    • Application by spray, brush or roller
    • Indefinite recoatability
    • VOC compliant to current AIM regulations

    Description:

    High build, low sheen finish that has excellent resistance to corrosion, chemicals and abrasion. Suitable for application over a number of Carboline primers and intermediates, this material provides very good weathering performance in a broad range of colors.


  • Carbothane 134 HG

    Features:

    • High solids, low VOC content
    • Excellent weatherability
    • Exceeds SSPC Paint 36 specification for a Level 3 urethane
    • Available in all Carboline colors including metallic-pigmented colors
    • Excellent flow characteristics allow for application by spray or roller
    • Superior impact and abrasion resistance
    • Indefinite recoatability
    • VOC compliant to current AIM regulations
    • Suitable for use in USDA inspected facilities

    Description:

    Thin film, high gloss finish with exceptional weathering performance characteristics. Used extensively in virtually all industrial markets, 134 HG provides a smooth, durable finish that has superior resistance to corrosion, abrasion and chemical exposure.


  • Carbotherm 3300

    Features:

    • Excellent thin-film insulation
    • Unique formula provides superior coverage during application
    • Protects personnel from hot surfaces
    • Multi-purpose interior/exterior coating
    • Insulation provides anti-condensation properties
    • Easy to use
    • Zero VOC; Low odor
    • May be applied to hot surfaces

    Description:

    Carbotherm 3300 is a ceramic blend insulative composite coating formulated in a high temperature resistant acrylic binder. It is ideally suited as a protective heat barrier to shield personnel from hot surfaces. It also inhibits heat transfer into or out of a structure. Its insulative properties keeps structures exposed to solar radiation significantly cooler. It can be used to minimize or eliminate sweating of pipes or other operating equipment.


  • Carbotherm 551

    Features:

    • Excellent thin-film insulation
    • Unique epoxy formula outperforms acrylic-based materials
    • Tougher and more durable than acrylic coatings
    • Higher chemical resistance than acrylic coatings
    • Topcoats are optional
    • Protects personnel from hot surfaces
    • Ideal for industrial/aggressive applications
    • Insulation provides anti-condensation properties
    • Acceptable for use in USDA facilities
    • High film build per coat; fewer coats
    • Low VOC; low odor
    • May be applied to hot surfaces

    Description:

    Carbotherm 551 is a unique insulative composite coating formulated in a high temperature resistant epoxy binder. Unlike acrylic-based insulative materials it has superior toughness, hardness, impact resistance, chemical resistance and permeation resistance. It is therefore more suitable for industrial applications or other physically demanding environments. It is an ideal protective heat barrier to shield personnel from hot surfaces. It also inhibits heat transfer into or out of a structure. Its insulative properties keeps structures exposed to solar radiation significantly cooler. It can be used to minimize or eliminate condensation of pipes or other operating equipment. Its superior application properties of higher film build per coat and fewer coats offers savings and quicker return to service. Because it bonds directly to the surface (unlike standard insulation materials) it minimizes water entry and the effect of corrosion under insulation.


  • Carboweld 11

    Features:

    • Welds made over Carboweld 11 coated steel are equal in every respect to welds made to uncoated steel.
    • Designed to protect steel during construction phase of projects under normal conditions.
    • Can be topcoated for additional long term protection for atmospheric exposures.
    • Weld spatter does not adhere to or damage the coating.
    • Can be welded as quickly and easily as bare steel at production line speeds without loss in strength or consistency of the weld.
    • Dries to touch and to handle in 3 to 5 minutes.

    Description:

    A weldable pre-construction inorganic zinc primer for shop use only.


  • Carboxane 2000

    Features:

    • Exceptional weatherability
    • Long life performance
    • Outstanding gloss/color retention
    • VOC compliant
    • Excellent abrasion resistance
    • Isocyanate free
    • Flexible Film

    Description:

    Carboxane 2000 is a premium, ultra-durable coating that provides outstanding gloss and color retention for exterior exposures. When used over a suitable primer (as a two coat system) Carboxane 2000 provides the barrier properties normally seen using a three-coat system (primer, epoxy intermediate with an acrylic-polyurethane finish) for most environments. This tightly cross-linked film utilizes a UV-resistant siloxane binder resulting in a finish with outstanding barrier properties and weathering performance that far exceeds polyurethanes.


  • Carbozinc 11

    Features:

    • Meets Class B slip co-efficient and creep testing criteria for use on faying surfaces.
    • Rapid cure. Dry to handle in 45 minutes at 60°F (16°C) and 50% relative humidity.
    • Low temperature cure down to 0°F (-18°C).
    • High zinc loading.
    • Meets FDA requirements.
    • Zinc supplied meets ASTM D520 (Type II)*
    • Meets SSPC Paint 20 Type I, Level 1 for zinc content.
    • Very good resistance to salting.
    • May be applied with standard airless or conventional spray equipment.
    • VOC compliant in certain areas

    Description:

    Time-tested corrosion resistant primer that protects steel galvanically in the harshest environments. For over five decades, Carbozinc 11 (CZ 11) has been the industry standard for high-performance inorganic zinc protection on steel structures worldwide.


  • Carbozinc 11 FC

    Features:

    • Meets Class B slip co-efficient and creep testing criteria for use on faying surfaces.
    • Rapid cure.Dry to handle in 30 minutes at 75°F (24°C) and 60% RH
    • Can be topcoated in 4-5 hours at 75°F/24°C and minimum 60% RH
    • High zinc loading
    • Tolerant to mudcracking (up to 6 mils/150 microns)
    • Smooth uniform texture reduces topcoat bubbling
    • Meets FDA requirements in gray color
    • Very good resistance to salting
    • May be applied with standard airless or conventional spray equipment
    • Low HAPs content of 0.12 lbs/solid gallon

    Description:

    Time-tested corrosion resistant technology that protects steel galvanically in the harshest environments. For over five decades, Carbozinc 11 Series primers have been the industry standard for high-performance inorganic zinc protection on steel structures worldwide. Carbozinc 11 FC is a faster-cure formulation that allows fast topcoating times making it ideal for quick turn around projects.


  • Carbozinc 11 HS

    Features:

    • Meets Class B slip co-efficient and creep testing criteria for use on faying surfaces
    • Rapid cure. Dry to handle in 1 hour at 75°F (24°C) and 50% relative humidity
    • Low temperature cure down to 15°F (-9°C)
    • High zinc loading
    • Very good resistance to salting
    • May be applied with airless or conventional spray
    • Excellent as a lining for solvent storage* (Green color only)
    • May be used as a weldable pre-construction primer
    • Exhibits long-term corrosion resistance
    • Ultra-low VOC level for solvent-based inorganic zincs

    Description:

    Ultra-low VOC member of the Carbozinc family with extraordinary corrosion resistance properties. Carbozinc 11 HS combines unparalleled performance characteristics with an ultra-low VOC formulation that meets some of the most stringent VOC restrictions.


  • Carbozinc 11 WB

    Features:

    • Excellent corrosion protection
    • High zinc loading per square foot
    • Zero VOC
    • Good resistance to salting
    • Fast curing, quick handling
    • Weldable version available Carboweld 11 WB
    • Excellent application characteristics (less likely to pump packing or tip plug)
    • Meets Class B slip coefficient and creep testing criteria for use on faying surfaces.

    Description:

    Carbozinc 11 WB is a water-based inorganic zinc rich primer that protects steel galvanically, eliminating subfilm corrosion. It meets VOC regulations while providing the proven performance of silicate zinc rich technology. It may be used as a primer under many different types of topcoats.


  • Carbozinc 858 (3K)

    Features:

    • Protects steel galvanically
    • Outstanding application properties
    • Cures at low temperatures down to 35°F(2ºC)
    • Tough and abrasion resistant film
    • Wide use in severe industrial or marine environments

    Description:

    A high-solids, zinc-filled epoxy primer for corrosion protection of structural steel in highly corrosive environments including offshore, marine and industrial. This low VOC, HAPs compliant primer has quick cure-to-topcoat characteristics for in-shop applications and quick turnaround capabilities for the field. It has excellent adhesion and undercutting resistance and is outstanding for use as a corrosion resistant primer for a variety of applications.


  • Carbozinc 859

    Features:

    • Meets Class B slip co-efficient and creep testing criteria for use on faying surfaces
    • Rapid cure. Dry to recoat in 30 minutes at 75°F (24°C) and 50% relative humidity.
    • Complies with SSPC Paint 20 (Type II)
    • Low temperature cure down to 35°F (2°C)
    • Excellent adhesion
    • Protects against undercutting corrosion
    • Field proven primer that applies well by spray methods
    • Excellent touch-up primer by brush or roll for small areas.
    • VOC compliant to current AIM regulations

    Description:

    Low VOC organic zinc epoxy steel primer with extremely fast cure-to-topcoat characteristics for in-shop applications and quick turnaround requirements in the field. Carbozinc 859 has less than 3.0 lbs/gallon VOC (thinned) and is used extensively in virtually all industrial markets.


  • Carbozinc 8701

    Features:

    • Excellent application properties
    • Tough abrasion resistant film
    • Excellent adhesion & undercutting resistance
    • Superior corrosion resistance
    • Meets VOC (Volatile Organic Content) regulations
    • Fast drying for quick recoating

    Description:

    A two-component, high solids, zinc rich epoxy primer formulated for the protection of properly prepared steel substrates. This product can be applied by conventional or airless spray. Recommended for Original Equipment Manufacturers where a high performance, highly corrosion resistant zinc primer is desired. Typical applications include marine, offshore drilling equipment, truck trailer chassis, underbodies and related equipment, industrial and off-road machinery, electrical transformers, industrial tanks, vessels, pumps and processing equipment.


  • Phenoline 1205

    Features:

    • Excellent resistance to acids, caustics, ethanol, gasoline, jet fuels and solvents.
    • Excellent abrasion resistance.
    • Excellent thermal shock resistance (0 to 300° F).
    • VOC compliant to current AIM regulations.
    • Excellent resistance to deionized or demineralized water up to 203°F (95°C).
    • Excellent resistance to crude oil up to 250°F (121°C).
    • Excellent for crude oil storage and transportation up to 250° F (121° C)

    Description:

    Glass flake-filled coating with dense cross-linking that exhibits excellent overall chemical resistance to a variety of aggressive chemicals. Glass reinforcement provides added abrasion resistance, permeation resistance and internal reinforcement. 1205 exhibits very good acid resistance. Excellent for use as a lining for tanks or pipes in process facilities where hot water or abrasive conditions exist.


  • Phenoline 311 Primer

    Features:

    • Approved for potable water, ANSI/NSF standard 61*
    • Low temperature cure (20°F)
    • Excellent blast-hold protection
    • Suitable for use over damp concrete
    • Excellent application characteristics
    • Fast recoat times
    • Moisture tolerance during application
    • Meets VOC restrictions
    • Low HAP’s content

    Description:

    A tank lining holding primer that has a variety of attributes including low-temperature cure, fast recoat times, moisture tolerance during application and cure, and excellent blast-hold protection. Phenoline 311 Primer is often used with thick film lining systems as a holding primer (maintain blast cleaning) and is suitable for both new tanks and relines. It exhibits excellent surface wetting characteristics and quick cure for handling. It contains high levels of inert flake reinforcement. Excellent for use as a bonding primer for linings when damp concrete or masonry substrates are encountered.


  • Phenoline 341

    Features:

    • Single coat, high performance protection
    • Low to no odor
    • Easy to apply by standard equipment
    • Excellent chemical resistance
    • Fast cure
    • Tough abrasion resistant film
    • Suitable for potable water use (complies with ANSI/NSF Standard 61) *
    • Excellent flexibility
    • Excellent corrosion protection
    • Impact resistant
    • Hi-build application in one coat
    • Low temperature cure (35°F)
    • * (Valid if manufactured at a certified location.)

    Description:

    Phenoline 341 is a solventless epoxy lining for a variety of cargos including water, potable water, wastewater, seawater, fuels, crude oils, and other solutions. It is applied by standard airless spray equipment, as a single coat lining for ballast tanks or other storage vessels. It is acceptable for use as a lining for potable water tanks of 75 gal or larger and pipe diameters of 16 inches or larger.


  • Phenoline 353

    Features:

    • Outstanding overall chemical resistance
    • Dense, highly cross-linked film for superior barrier protection
    • Excellent abrasion resistance and toughness
    • Well-suited for hydrocarbon exposures
    • Low temperature cure version available

    Description:

    Phenoline 353 is a highly cross-linked epoxy lining with extraordinary overall chemical resistance and versatility. It has a unique blend of resins that make it highly resistant to a variety of aggressive cargos like gasoline, gasoline blends, biodiesel, fuel oils, and others. It can be used is both acidic and high temperature caustic exposures. Markets served are terminals, refineries, petrochemical, wastewater, railcar linings, and many others.


  • Phenoline 353 LT

    Features:

    • Outstanding overall chemical resistance
    • Dense, highly cross-linked film for superior barrier protection
    • Excellent abrasion resistance and toughness
    • Well-suited for hydrocarbon exposures
    • Cures down to 35°F (2°C)

    Description:

    Phenoline 353 LT is a highly cross-linked epoxy lining with extraordinary overall chemical resistance and versatility. It has a unique blend of resins that make it highly resistant to a variety of aggressive cargos like ethanol, gasolines, gasoline blends, biodiesel, fuel oils, and others. It can be used is both acidic and high temperature caustic exposures. Markets served are terminals, refineries, petrochemical, wastewater, railcar linings, and many others. This low temperature cure formulation allows application and curing down to 35°F (2°C).


  • Phenoline 385

    Features:

    • High solids; Low VOC formula
    • VOC compliant to current AIM regulations
    • Excellent for crude-oil storage
    • Excellent resistance to petroleum products
    • Excellent abrasion resistance
    • Excellent thermal shock resistance

    Description:

    High performance, high solids, epoxy lining that is recommended for a variety of petroleum storage products including 180°F (82°C) crude oil, demineralized water 150°F (65°C), crude/water mixtures, fuel oil, jet fuel, biodiesel, and gasoline. It is also a good choice for wastewater and water exposures. Product is self-priming and is normally applied in two coats. It is also suitable for food-grade (aqueous) cargos and meets the FDA requirements for 21CFR 175.300 for direct food contact.


  • Phenoline Tank Shield

    Features:

    • Batch mix formulation, single leg airless spray.
    • High impact resistance
    • Superior adhesion to steel
    • Excellent resistance to water and salt water
    • Resistance to a broad range of fuels
    • Resistant to hot water up to 180°F/65°C
    • Excellent abrasion resistance and flexibility
    • Can be applied down to 35°F/2°C
    • Can be applied as a single or multi-coat system
    • Non-blushing with a long recoat window
    • Low odor

    Description:

    This product is a solvent-free, high performance epoxy coating designed as an internal tank, valve and pipe lining for chemical or other commodity storage. It is a unique blend of resins and curing agents that allow batch mixing for ease of application. Plural component spray equipment is not required. The product is blush resistant and is typically applied at film thicknesses of 20 mils (500 microns) or thicker as needed (tank floors). It can handle exposures typically seen in the oil and gas industries; crude oils and fuels. It is resistant to NGL condensates, produced water, brines, and industrial process water.


  • Phenoline Tank Shield Plus

    Features:

    • Excellent petrochemical resistance (fuels and crude)
    • High impact resistance
    • Superior adhesion to steel
    • Excellent hot water resistance
    • Excellent abrasion resistance
    • Can be applied as low as 35°F/2°C
    • Tolerates low temperature excursions to 20°F/-7°C during cure
    • Can be applied as a one-coat 20-60 mil system
    • Recommended as a petroleum tank bottom lining per API recommended practice 652.
    • Tank Shield Plus is a thick film reinforced lining proven to provide integrity at 50 mils or greater where bottom side perforations may occur.
    • Non-blushing, single or multi-coat system
    • Approved for potable water use

    Description:

    This product is a solvent free, low temperature cure, high performance epoxy lining designed to handle common cargoes in the oil and gas industry including crude oil, gasoline, jet fuels, and diesel. It is resistant to NGL condensates, produced water, brines, and industrial process water. It can handle deionized water up to 180°F (82°C) and is applied at film thicknesses of 20-60 mils (500-1500 microns) in a non-blushing, single coat application. Tank Shield Plus has good elongation and proprietary reinforcement which enables it to bridge perforations which may occur from bottom side corrosion. Tank Shield Plus remains water tight over a hole in 2 atmospheres of head pressure. This product is also approved for use in potable water applications with tanks larger than 1000 gallons or pipes diameters larger than 12 inches.


  • Plasite 4301 HT

    Features:

    • Outstanding resistance to aggressive chemicals
    • Suitable for use as a highly chemically resistant lining
    • Excellent for splash, spill and film exposures on structural steel
    • Glass-flake reinforced film
    • High tensile and flexural strength
    • High film thickness

    Description:

    This high performance glass-flake filled coating was designed for application over steel or concrete in extreme chemical exposures. It is resistant to a wide variety of aggressive chemicals, including organic and inorganic acids, most alkalies, and many solvents. It is ideally suited for immersion service as internal steel tank linings, as well as for aggressive chemical splash, spill, and fume exposures on structural steel. Typical uses include steel tank and vat linings, secondary containment, structural steel, process floors, grating, sumps and trenches, scrubbers, and clarifiers.


  • Plasite 4550

    Features:

    • High Impact Resistance
    • Superior adhesion to metal substrates and concrete
    • Outstanding adhesion to stainless steel, even with low blast profiles
    • Well suited to protect alloy steels typically used to wet FGD systems where pitting and crevice corrosion often occur
    • Fast cure-to-service; depending upon application can be placed into service within 36 hours
    • Minimal blushing characteristics
    • Can be applied in temperatures as low as 35 °F (1.7 °C)
    • Can be applied as a one-coat system
    • Tested and approved for crude oil storage and transport up to 350 °F (177 °C)
    • Superior thermal shock resistance from -40 to 350 °F (-40-177 °C)
    • Complies with the API RP 652 definition of a reinforced liner.

    Description:

    PLASITE 4550 is a 100% solids, reinforced, premium novolac epoxy coating for internal tank lining. It is resistant to a broad range of chemicals such as fuels, salts, alkalis, strong inorganic acids, some solvents, sour crude oil and 98% sulfuric acid.


  • Plasite 4550 S

    Features:

    • High impact and thermal shock resistance
    • Superior adhesion to steel and concrete
    • Resistance to a broad range of chemicals
    • Can be applied up to 60 mils in one coat
    • Can be sprayed using single component airless equipment

    Description:

    PLASITE 4550 S is a 100% solids, flake filled, premium novolac epoxy coating designed for internal steel and concrete substrates. It is a two component system consisting of four-parts by volume of Part A resin and one part by volume of Part B hardener. It is applied by plural component or single component spray equipment, from a total thickness of 20-60 mils (500-1500 microns) in a single coat application for a variety of applications. This product has been tested and is approved for crude oil storage and transportation up to 350°F (177°C). It has superior thermal shock resistance over the range -40° to 350°F (-40 to 177°C). Typical Uses: Crude oil tankers, chemical storage tanks, wastewater clarifiers, plating vats, oil storage tanks, catwalks, pulp and paper liquor tanks or concrete exposures in wastewater applications.


  • Plasite 7122

    Features:

    • Versatile coating with wide chemical resistance
    • Excellent abrasion resistance
    • Excellent thermal shock resistance
    • Excellent resistance to fuels
    • Long history of performance
    • Self-priming

    Description:

    This lining-grade epoxy has wide chemical resistance and is suitable for use as a chemically resistant coating for aggressive atmospheric exposures or as a lining for a variety of chemical exposures. It is suitable for use in food-grade service where product purity (taste and odor) are critical. It has excellent abrasion and thermal shock resistance.


  • Plasite 7122 HAR

    Features:

    • Versatile coating with wide chemical resistance
    • Outstanding abrasion resistance
    • Excellent thermal shock resistance
    • Excellent resistance to fuels
    • Long history of performance
    • Self-priming

    Description:

    This lining-grade epoxy has wide chemical resistance and is suitable for use as a chemically resistant coating for aggressive atmospheric exposures or as a lining for a variety of chemical exposures. It is suitable for use in food-grade service where product purity (taste and odor) are critical. Specially formulated with high abrasion resistant fillers for outstanding abrasion and thermal shock resistance.


  • Plasite 7122 TFE

    Features:

    • Versatile coating with wide chemical resistance
    • Excellent abrasion resistance
    • Excellent thermal shock resistance
    • Excellent resistance to fuels
    • Long history of performance
    • Self-priming

    Description:

    This lining-grade epoxy has wide chemical resistance and is suitable for use as a chemically resistant coating for aggressive atmospheric exposures or as a lining for a variety of chemical exposures. It is suitable for use in food-grade service where product purity (taste and odor) are critical. It has excellent abrasion and thermal shock resistance. It has superior release properties to reduce or avoid issues with product cargoes such as sticking, hang-ups or bridging.


  • Plasite 7122 VAR

    Features:

    • Excellent overall chemical resistance to a wide range of acids, alkalies and solvents.
    • Superior abrasion resistance and good flexibility
    • Complies with FDA 21CFR 175.300 criteria for food contact

    Description:

    A cross linked epoxy-phenolic cured with a polyamine curing agent. Formulated with particular attention to wide chemical resistance and ease of handling. Plasite 7122 VAR, is an abrasion resistant tank lining and industrial maintenance coating.


  • Plasite 7122 VOC

    Features:

    • Excellent overall chemical resistance to a wide range of acids, alkalies and solvents.
    • Very good abrasion resistance and flexibility
    • Complies with FDA 21CFR 175.300 criteria for food contact

    Description:

    A cross linked epoxy-phenolic cured with a polyamine curing agent. Formulated with particular attention to wide chemical resistance and ease of handling. Plasite 7122 VOC is used as a tank lining and for industrial maintenance.


  • Plasite 7122 VTF

    Features:

    • Excellent overall chemical resistance to a wide range of acids, alkalies and solvents.
    • Smooth non-stick surface.
    • Very good abrasion resistance and flexibility.
    • Complies with FDA 21CFR 175.300 criteria for food contact.

    Description:

    A cross linked epoxy-phenolic cured with a polyamine curing agent. Formulated with particular attention to wide chemical resistance and ease of handling. Plasite 7122 VTF, is a PTFE filled tank lining for use where the surface requires release properties to reduce product sticking and bridging.


  • Plasite 7159

    Features:

    • Easy-to-apply high performance thin film lining
    • Protects I high temperature demineralized water immersion - 212°F (100°C)
    • Recommended in high pressure three phase service up to 250°F (121°C)
    • Resists strong oxidizer and acid immersion
    • Can be air dried or force cured for prompt service

    Description:

    A water-resistant epoxy coating polymerized with a polyamine type curing agent. A high performance lining for elevated temperature and pressure immersion services in high purity water, as well as the oil/water separating processes encountered in the petroleum industry.


  • Plasite 7159 HAR

    Features:

    • Easy-to-apply high performance thin film lining
    • Protects I high temperature demineralized water immersion - 212°F (100°C)
    • Recommended in high pressure three phase service up to 250°F (121°C)
    • Resists strong oxidizer and acid immersion
    • Can be air dried or force cured for prompt service
    • Outstanding abrasion resistance

    Description:

    A water-resistant epoxy coating polymerized with a polyamine type curing agent. A high performance lining for elevated temperature and pressure immersion services in high purity water, as well as the oil/water separating processes encountered in the petroleum industry. This HAR version of Plasite 7159 is extremely abrasion resistant.


  • Plasite 9060

    Features:

    • Excellent overall chemical resistance to a wide range of acids, alkalies and solvents
    • Very good abrasion resistance and flexibility
    • Complies with FDA 21 CFR 175,300 criteria for food contact

    Description:

    A high solids modified epoxy cured with an amine adduct curing agent. Designed specifically as a highly chemical-resistant, non-toxic, tank lining.


  • Plasite 9060 LT

    Features:

    • Outstanding overall chemical resistance
    • Dense, highly cross-linked film for superior barrier protection
    • Superior immersion resistance
    • Excellent abrasion resistance and toughness
    • Well-suited for hydrocarbon exposures
    • Formulated for use in a large variety of facilities including waste water, chemical and fuel storage, wet-gas pipelines, rail cars, barges and ship tanks
    • Bis A free
    • Cures down to 35°F (2°C)

    Description:

    Plasite 9060 LT is a high performance tank lining with curing characteristics allowing the coating to be applied and cure at temperatures as low as 35°F (2°C) while achieving unmatched chemical resistance in caustic, acid, solvent and ethanol service. The diversity of chemical resistance and unique low temperature curing allows the owner flexibility with their equipment. For industrial use only.


  • Polyclad 767

    Features:

    • Fast curing rate increases throughput
    • Superior wetting properties result in better edge retention and excellent adhesion to steel
    • Mix ratio of 1:1 and user friendly application properties
    • Unlimited build with single multi-pass coats
    • Approved for potable water use
    • Self priming (120 mil maximum for potable water)
    • Meets AWWA C222

    Description:

    Polyclad 767 is a high performance pipe coating specially designed for the protection of pipeline interiors. Typical applications are pipeline interiors for water transmission, wastewater treatment (municipal and industrial), and interior tank linings.


  • Polyclad 777 Fast-Set

    Features:

    • Fast curing rate increases throughput
    • Excellent abrasion resistance
    • Superior wetting properties for outstanding adhesion
    • Mix ratio 1:1 and user friendly application properties
    • Can be topcoated with Carbothane series of products
    • Unlimited build with single multi-pass coats
    • Compliant with AWWA C222

    Description:

    Polyclad 777 Fast Set is a high performance 100% solids structural polyurethane designed to provide superior corrosion protection for steel, ductile iron and concrete pipe. Tenacious adhesion and high impact resistance allow its use in the harshest environments. It forms a dense, long-term impermeable barrier that is ready for service moments after application through a snap-set cure mechanism. Typical uses include steel pipeline exteriors, steel valves & fittings, steel pilings, steel poles (above & below ground), buried tank exteriors, penstocks. No primer is required. Available in snap, fast, medium and slow set times.


  • Polyclad 777 Medium-Set

    Features:

    • Fast curing rate increases throughput
    • Excellent abrasion resistance
    • Superior wetting properties for outstanding adhesion
    • mix ratio 1:1 and user friendly application properties
    • Can be topcoated with Carbothane series of product
    • Unlimited build with single multi-pass coats
    • Compliant with AWWA C222

    Description:

    Polyclad 777 Medium Set is a high performance 100% solids structural polyurethane designed to provide superior corrosion protection for steel, ductile iron and concrete pipe. Tenacious adhesion and high impact resistance allow its use in the harshest environments. It forms a dense, long-term impermeable barrier that is ready for service moments after application through a snap-set cure mechanism. Typical uses include steel pipeline exteriors, steel valves & fittings, steel pilings, steel poles (above & below ground), buried tank exteriors, penstocks. No primer is required. Available in snap, fast, medium and slow set times.


  • Polyclad 777 PL

    Features:

    • Fast curing increases throughput
    • Excellent abrasion resistance for use as a rock shield, slip bore and in directional drill applications
    • Superior wetting properties for outstanding adhesion
    • Mix ratio of 1:1 with easy application properties
    • Can be topcoated with Carbothane series of products
    • Unlimited film build with single or multi-pass coats

    Description:

    Polyclad 777 PL is a high performance 100% solids structural polyurethane designed to provide superior corrosion protection for steel, ductile iron and concrete pipe. Tenacious adhesion and high impact resistance allow its use in the harshest environments. It forms a dense, long-term impermeable barrier that is ready for service moments after application through a fast-set cure mechanism. No primer is required.


  • Polyclad 777 Slow-Set

    Features:

    • Fast curing increases throughput
    • Excellent abrasion resistance
    • Superior wetting properties for outstanding adhesion
    • Mix ratio 1:1 and user friendly application properties
    • Can be topcoated by Carbothane series of products
    • Unlimited build with single multi-pass coats
    • Compliant with AWWA C222

    Description:

    Polyclad 777 Slow Set is a high performance 100% solids structural polyurethane designed to provide superior corrosion protection for steel, ductile iron and concrete pipe. Tenacious adhesion and high impact resistance allow its use in the harshest environments. It forms a dense, long-term impermeable barrier that is ready for service moments after application through a snap-set cure mechanism. Typical uses include steel pipeline exteriors, steel valves & fittings, steel pilings, steel poles (above & below ground), buried tank exteriors, penstocks. No primer is required. Available in snap, fast, medium and slow set times.


  • Polyclad 777R

    Features:

    • Low temperature cure
    • Quick cure to handle
    • Superior wetting properties and outstanding adhesion to steel
    • Excellent edge retention
    • Mix ratio of 1:1 and user friendly application properties
    • Up to 80 mils build with a single application
    • Can be topcoated with Carbothane series of products for long-term color and gloss retention

    Description:

    Polyclad 777 R is a high performance, 100% solids structural polyurethane designed to repair Polyclad 777 or 777 PL when it has been damaged. It can be used on steel pipe exteriors, coating girth welds on steel pipe and other repairs as recommended.


  • Polyclad 951

    Features:

    • Improves flow efficiency in gas pipes
    • Excellent flow and leveling
    • Single-coat application
    • Hard, smooth, glossy finish
    • Excellent abrasion resistance
    • Meets all criteria of API RP 5L2
    • Long pot life

    Description:

    Polyclad 951 flowliner is an epoxy lining for “dry” natural gas transmission pipelines. It is designed to increase flow efficiency of natural gas in pipelines. This lining provides a smooth surface inside the pipe that will increase flow and reduce energy cost of transporting natural gas. Polyclad 951 offers corrosion protection of pipes during storage. It fully meets criteria of API RP 5L2 for gas transmission pipelines.


  • Polyclad 952

    Features:

    • Improves flow efficiency in gas pipes
    • Excellent flow and leveling
    • Single-coat application
    • Hard, smooth, glossy finish
    • Excellent abrasion resistance
    • Meets all criteria of API RP 5L2
    • Corrosion prevention during storage

    Description:

    Polyclad 952 flowliner is an epoxy lining for “dry” natural gas transmission pipelines. It is designed to increase flow efficiency of natural gas in pipelines. This lining provides a smooth surface inside the pipe that will increase flow and reduce energy cost of transporting natural gas. Polyclad 952 offers corrosion protection of pipes during storage. It fully meets criteria of API RP 5L2 for gas transmission pipelines.


  • Polyclad 956

    Features:

    • Improves flow efficiency in gas pipes
    • Meets API RP5L2 requirements for gas transmission pipeline flow liner
    • Excellent flow and leveling
    • Single-coat application
    • Hard, smooth, glossy finish
    • Excellent abrasion resistance
    • Corrosion prevention during storage

    Description:

    A solvent-less, high gloss, smooth epoxy coating for the lining of gas transmission pipelines. It’s hard, smooth surface aids in the flow of gas by reducing turbulence while protecting the interior surfaces from corrosion. It has excellent flow and wetting characteristics ideal for this type of application and use. Tested in accordance with API RP 5L2 for gas transmission pipelines.


  • Polyclad 975

    Features:

    • Quick dry to touch and QC times
    • Color indicator confirms proper mixing
    • Low temperature cure 40°F (4.4°C)
    • Excellent cathodic protection performance
    • Film build up to 50 mils DFT in one coat
    • Excellent edge retention
    • Superior adhesion to steel
    • Excellent adhesion over prepared FBE, epoxy and polyurethane coated pipe
    • Can be applied by spray, brush, roller or dual cartridge

    Description:

    Polyclad 975 is an advanced 100% solids, hybrid epoxy pipeline coating. Polyclad 975 has performance properties designed for corrosion protection of steel and ductile iron pipe exteriors, girth welds or tie-ins. It can be used for new pipe or rehabilitation of coated pipe. Polyclad 975 cures fast to allow quick QC and backfill times.Polyclad 975 is designed for spray application. Use Polyclad 975 H for hand applied applications.


  • Polyclad 975 H

    Features:

    • Quick dry to touch and QC times
    • Good brush and roll properties
    • Color indicator confirms proper mixing
    • Low temperature cure 40°F (4.4°C)
    • Excellent cathodic protection performance
    • Film build up to 30 mils DFT in one coat
    • Excellent edge retention
    • Superior adhesion to steel
    • Excellent adhesion over prepared FBE, epoxy and polyurethane coated pipe
    • Can be hand applied by brush or roller

    Description:

    Polyclad 975 H is an advanced 100% solids, hybrid epoxy pipeline coating. It has performance properties designed for corrosion protection of steel and ductile iron pipe exteriors, girth welds or tie-ins. Polyclad 975 H cures fast to allow quick QC and backfill times. H in 975 H stands for hand applied version. Polyclad 975 is the spray version.


  • Polyclad ARO

    Features:

    • Excellent gouge and abrasion resistance
    • High crosslink density results in tough film
    • Excellent adhesion to prepared FBE, Polyclad 975 and other coatings
    • Protects FBE, and other base coats during directional drilling applications
    • Zero VOCs, 100% solids
    • Apply up to 125 mils (3.2 mm) in one application
    • Rapid dry to handle, less than 20 minutes

    Description:

    Polyclad ARO is a high performance pipe coating specially designed for the protection of FBE coated pipeline from gouge and mechanical damage during directional drilling or slip bore installations. Polyclad ARO is applied directly over FBE as an abrasion resistant overlay (ARO) and provides superior protection in rocky, rough and mountainous environments. It absorbs the destructive energy and minimizes coating damage.


  • Pyroclad X1

    Features:

    • Full jet fire certification in accordance with ISO 22899
    • Excellent hydrocarbon pool fire protection (ISO 834/BS-476)
    • LR, DNV & ABS certification
    • Successfully passed Norsok M-501 System 5A environmental test program without a topcoat
    • Superior weathering resistance
    • Very low moisture absorption
    • Explosion resistance
    • Extremely durable, impact resistant finish
    • High film build properties
    • Low flame spread and smoke development

    Description:

    Pyroclad X1 is designed to provide jet fire and hydrocarbon fire protection for structural elements, beams, columns, bulkheads, underdecks and risers. Pyroclad X1 is suitable for applications in the industrial, petrochemical, oil and gas, offshore and refining industries.


  • Pyrocrete 241

    Features:

    • Over 39 years of proven performance
    • Exceptional durability and toughness
    • UL 1709 hydrocarbon fire rated up to 4 hours
    • BS 476 hydrocarbon fire rated up to 4 hours
    • ISO 22899-1 jet fire rated up to 2 hours
    • ASTM E119 cellulosic fire rated up to 4 hours
    • Cryogenic protection against LNG spills and immersion exposures
    • Resistant to 3 bar blast overpressure
    • Hose stream resistant
    • Tolerant to wide range of climates
    • Lightweight – one-fifth the weight of concrete for equal fire protection
    • Ideal for onsite and offsite application
    • Easy application by spray or trowel
    • Nonflammable – during or after application
    • Chloride and sulfide free – no special priming required
    • Asbestos-free – complies with EPA and OSHA regulations
    • Non-friable – high impact strength

    Description:

    A 55 lb./ft³ (881 kg/m³) density, Portland cement based, cementitious fireproofing. It provides both hydrocarbon and cellulosic fire protection for structural steel and can also be used to upgrade the fire resistance of existing concrete. Recommended areas of application include refineries, petrochemical, pharmaceutical facilities, pulp and paper mills, offshore platforms, nuclear and conventional power plants, factories, warehouses, institutional and biomedical facilities.


  • Pyrocrete 241 HD

    Features:

    • Heavy duty, ultra high density formulation
    • Highest durability and toughness on the market
    • UL 1709 hydrocarbon fire rated up to 4 hours
    • ISO 22899-1 jet fire rated up to 2 hours
    • ASTM E119 cellulosic fire rated up to 4 hours
    • Cryogenic protection against LNG spills and immersion exposures
    • Resistant to 3 bar blast overpressure
    • Hose stream resistant
    • Tolerant to wide range of climates
    • Lightweight – one-fifth the weight of concrete for equal fire protection
    • Ideal for onsite and offsite application
    • Easy application by spray or trowel
    • Nonflammable – during or after application
    • Chloride and sulfide free – no special priming required
    • Asbestos-free – complies with EPA and OSHA regulations
    • Non-friable – high impact strength

    Description:

    A 70 lb./ft³ (1,121 kg/m³) density, Portland cement based, cementitious fireproofing. It provides both hydrocarbon and cellulosic fire protection for structural steel and can also be used to upgrade the fire resistance of existing concrete. Recommended areas of application include refineries, petrochemical, pharmaceutical facilities, pulp and paper mills, offshore platforms, nuclear and conventional power plants, factories, warehouses, institutional and biomedical facilities.


  • Pyrocrete 241 HY

    Features:

    • Cost effective, high yield
    • Exceptional durability and toughness
    • UL 1709 hydrocarbon fire rated up to 4 hours
    • ISO 22899-1 jet fire rated up to 2 hours
    • Cryogenic protection against LNG spills and immersion exposures
    • Resistant to 3 bar blast overpressure
    • Hose stream resistant
    • Tolerant to wide range of climates
    • Lightweight – one-fifth the weight of concrete for equal fire protection
    • Ideal for onsite and offsite application
    • Easy application by spray or trowel
    • Nonflammable – during or after application
    • Chloride and sulfide free – no special priming required
    • Asbestos-free – complies with EPA and OSHA regulations
    • Non-friable – high impact strength

    Description:

    A 50 lb./ft³ (800 kg/m³) density, Portland cement based, cementitious fireproofing. It provides both hydrocarbon and cellulosic fire protection for structural steel and can also be used to upgrade the fire resistance of existing concrete. Recommended areas of application include refineries, petrochemical, pharmaceutical facilities, pulp and paper mills, offshore platforms, nuclear and conventional power plants, factories, warehouses, institutional and biomedical facilities.


  • Pyrocrete 40

    Features:

    • Cost effective fireproofing solution
    • Outstanding coverage, high build
    • Exceptional durability and toughness
    • UL 1709 hydrocarbon fire rated up to 4 hours
    • BS 476 hydrocarbon fire rated up to 4 hours
    • ISO 22899-1 jet fire rated up to 2 hours
    • ASTM E119 cellulosic fire rated up to 4 hours
    • Cryogenic protection against LNG spills and immersion exposures
    • Resistant to 3 bar blast overpressure
    • Hose stream resistant
    • Tolerant to wide range of climates
    • Lightweight – one-fifth the weight of concrete for equal fire protection
    • Easy application by spray or trowel
    • Nonflammable – during or after application
    • Chloride and sulfide free – no special priming required
    • Asbestos-free – complies with EPA and OSHA regulations
    • Non-friable – high impact strength

    Description:

    A 40 lb./ft³ (640 kg/m³) density, Portland cement based, cementitious fireproofing. It provides both hydrocarbon and cellulosic fire protection for structural steel and can also be used to upgrade the fire resistance of existing concrete. Recommended areas of application include refineries, petrochemical, pharmaceutical facilities, pulp and paper mills, offshore platforms, nuclear and conventional power plants, factories, warehouses, institutional and biomedical facilities.


  • Rustbond

    Features:

    • Universal primer and tie-coat
    • Excellent adhesion to SSPC-SP 2 prepared steel, galvanizing, aluminum, stainless steel and copper
    • Low stress, highly flexible film
    • Extremely high solids
    • Low odor
    • Contains corrosion inhibitors
    • Compatible with a variety of topcoats
    • User friendly brush and roller application
    • VOC compliant to current AIM regulations

    Description:

    Rustbond is a cross-linked penetrating primer/sealer with excellent wetting properties. It is highly flexible with good chemical and solvent resistance, and accept a variety of topcoats. Recommended use as primer/sealers for marginally prepared steel and over old coatings. Its excellent wetting properties allows it to penetrate rust and discontinuities in existing coatings and provide a firm anchorage for a variety of topcoats. Its thixotropic character reduces run off, ensuring that the edges of existing coatings are encapsulted thus reducing undercutting and peeling. It may also be used as a tie-coat for coatings that exceed their “recoat window.” Consult Carboline Technical Services Department for specific recommendations.


  • Rustbond FC

    Features:

    • Universal primer and tie-coat
    • Cures down to 35°F (2°C)
    • Excellent adhesion to SSPC-SP 2 prepared steel, galvanizing, aluminum, stainless steel and copper
    • Low stress, highly flexible film
    • Extremely high solids
    • Low odor
    • Contains corrosion inhibitors
    • Compatible with a variety of topcoats
    • User friendly brush and roller application
    • VOC compliant to current AIM regulations

    Description:

    Rustbond FC is a cross-linked penetrating primer/sealer with excellent wetting properties. It is highly flexible with good chemical and solvent resistance, and accept a variety of topcoats. Recommended use as primer/sealers for marginally prepared steel and over old coatings. Its excellent wetting properties allows it to penetrate rust and discontinuities in existing coatings and provide a firm anchorage for a variety of topcoats. Its thixotropic character reduces run off, ensuring that the edges of existing coatings are encapsulated thus reducing undercutting and peeling. It may also be used as a tie-coat for coatings that exceed their “recoat window.” Consult Carboline Technical Services Department for specific recommendations.


  • Sanitile 120

    Features:

    • Excellent primer/sealer for drywall
    • Glue-like bond to almost any surface
    • Outstanding tie-coat over existing coatings
    • Single component, thin-film application
    • Topcoat with virtually any generic coating
    • Ready-to-apply as supplied
    • Fast drying
    • Low odor; low VOC
    • Suitable for use in USDA inspected facilities

    Description:

    Universal bonding primer that adheres tenaciously to virtually any surface including difficult-to-coat substrates like galvanized and stainless steel, aluminum, PVC, FRP and ceramic tile. Designed for topcoating with most generic types.


  • Semstone 110

    Features:

    • Outstanding wetting properties
    • Solvent-free
    • Long working time
    • Excellent adhesion
    • Compatible with a variety of toppings

    Description:

    Two part epoxy exhibiting superior adhesion to concrete and steel. Used primarily as a primer/sealer for concrete surfaces and top coated with a variety of chemically resistant toppings.


  • Semstone 140

    Features:

    • Excellent resistance to chemical attack
    • Excellent abrasion and impact resistance
    • Exceptional thermal shock resistance
    • Superior bonding properties
    • High cohesive strength
    • Low permeability
    • Low odor

    Description:

    High performance lining system designed for concrete. Semi-leveling coating which may be applied as an aggregate filled and/or reinforced coating system. Specially formulated to withstand some of industry’s most aggressive chemicals.


  • Semstone 145

    Features:

    • Excellent resistance to chemical attack
    • Excellent abrasion and impact resistance
    • Exceptional thermal shock resistance
    • Superior acid resistance
    • Superior bonding qualities
    • High cohesive strength
    • Low permeability
    • Low odor

    Description:

    100% solids, high performance, novolac epoxy lining system designed for concrete. It is a semi-leveling coating and may be applied as an aggregate filled and/or reinforced coating system. Specially formulated to withstand some of industry’s most aggressive chemicals, including 98% sulfuric acid, as well as many organic chemicals and solvents.


  • Semstone 145 SL

    Features:

    • Excellent resistance to chemical attack
    • Excellent abrasion and impact resistance
    • Exceptional thermal shock resistance
    • Superior adhesion to both steel or concrete
    • High cohesive strength
    • Low permeability
    • Low odor

    Description:

    High performance, 100% solids, novolac epoxy coating designed for concrete protection against chemical attack and physical abuse. This coating has been specially formulated with vertical film build characteristics for application to walls (and floors alike) to provide an outstanding barrier against some of industry’s most aggressive chemicals, including 98% sulfuric acid as well as many organic chemicals and solvents.


  • Splash Zone A-788

    Features:

    • Designed for underwater and other wet applications
    • Can be applied up to 2" in thickness
    • Self-priming on most surfaces and over most generic types of coatings
    • Rapid cure characteristics
    • VOC compliant to current AIM regulations

    Description:

    Solvent-free patching compound used for repairing pits, cracks and voids in steel, concrete, wood and other surfaces. Has the unique ability to be mixed, applied and cured underwater.


  • Thermaline 2977

    Features:

    • Excellent “hot” application characteristics, may be applied over hot substrates up to 300°F (149°C)
    • Will air dry “tack free” at ambient but will remain soft until heat curing has been achieved
    • Typically topcoated with a silicone or modified silicone finish

    Description:

    A heat resistant primer for use on steel substrates that may reach up to 800°F (426°C).


  • Thermaline 4000

    Features:

    • Inorganic; stable; inert polymer
    • Outstanding durability
    • Excellent corrosion protection (used over Carbozinc inorganic primers)
    • High temperature resistance (800 °F [426 °C])
    • VOC compliant
    • Cures at ambient conditions (hard in 2 hours)
    • Cures down to 40 °F (4 °C)
    • Does not require heat cure for high-temp service
    • Outstanding resistance to handling damage
    • Single-package

    Description:

    Thermaline 4000 is a high heat polymer coating used for the protection of equipment operating at elevated temperatures. It is typically used over Carbozinc® inorganic zinc primers for outstanding corrosion protection and heat resistance. The combination of the zinc primer with this finish provides exceptional performance in durability. Unlike most high temperature silicone-based technologies with soft films, Thermaline 4000 does not require a heat cure for film forming properties. It cures hard rapidly under ambient conditions (humidity greater than 30%).


  • Thermaline 450

    Features:

    • Temperature resistance up to 450°F (232°C)
    • High-build single-coat capabilities
    • Excellent resistance to thermal shock
    • Superior abrasion and chemical resistance
    • through internal reinforcement
    • Ambient-temperature cure
    • VOC compliant to current AIM regulations

    Description:

    Highly cross-linked, glass-flake filled polymer that offers exceptional barrier protection and resistance to wet/dry cycling at elevated temperatures. Suitable for insulated or uninsulated pipes, stacks and equipment operating up to 450°F (232°C). This coating provides excellent resistance to corrosion, abrasion and permeation, and its novolac-modification resists severe chemical attack. This extreme performance product has decades of performance and is recommended for CS-1,3,4 and SS-1,2,3 systems of NACE SP0198 Standard Practice for coatings to control corrosion under insulation (CUI).


  • Thermaline 450 EP

    Features:

    • Continuous temperature resistance to 400°F(204°C)
    • Very good flexibility
    • Excellent overall chemical resistance
    • Very good abrasion resistance
    • Easily applied by spray
    • Acceptable for use over stainless steels
    • High solids, low VOC formula

    Description:

    A high performance immersion-grade coating system which has excellent resistance to wet/dry cycling conditions at elevated temperatures. It is typically used on hot steel substrates under insulation operating continuously up to 400°F/204°C. It has excellent chemical resistance properties to handle the corrosive effects of wet insulation under thermal cycling conditions. This product is recommended for CS-3 and SS-2 systems of NACE SP0198 Standard Practice for coatings to handle corrosion under insulation (CUI).


  • Thermaline 4700

    Features:

    • Resistant to severe thermal shock
    • Provides outstanding long-term performance when applied over Carbozinc inorganic zinc primers
    • Air-dries to touch and provides barrier protection prior to heat curing (full film physical properties occur after heat curing)

    Description:

    High-performance finish for areas exposed to extreme temperatures. Suitable for service from 400°F-1000°F (204°C-538°C) Color stability at maximum temperature will depend on color selected. Requires heat curing.


  • Thermaline 4700 Aluminum

    Features:

    • Resistant to severe thermal shock
    • Provides outstanding long-term performance when applied over Carbozinc inorganic zinc primers
    • Air-dries to touch (full film formation properties occurs after heat curing)

    Description:

    High-performance finish for areas exposed to extreme temperatures. Suitable for service from 400°F-1000°F (204°C-538°C) Color stability at maximum temperature will depend on color selected. Requires heat curing.


  • Thermaline 4900

    Features:

    • Temperature resistance up to 500°F (260°C) for black **
    • Air-dried curing capabilities
    • Single-coat application
    • Excellent resistance to thermal shock
    • Good weathering and color stability
    • RTS colors available

    Description:

    Air-dried coating available in colors and suitable for high temperature exposures up to 500°F (260°C). Air-drying characteristics allow for faster handling of in-shop applications than with other high-temperature coatings. Heat cure above 300°F (149°C) is recommended and will impart added strength and integrity to the coating.


  • Thermaline 4900 Aluminum

    Features:

    • Temperature resistance up to 525°F (273°C)
    • Air-dried curing capabilities
    • Single-coat application
    • Excellent resistance to thermal shock
    • Good weathering and color stability

    Description:

    Air-dried coating available in colors and suitable for high temperature exposures up to 525°F (273°C). Air-drying characteristics allow for faster handling of in-shop applications than with other high-temperature coatings. Heat cure above 300°F (149°C) is recommended and will impart added strength and integrity to the coating.


  • Thermaline Heat Shield

    Features:

    • Unique reinforced but flexible polymer film
    • Versatile use from cryogenic to 1200°F (650°C) exposures
    • Dries to handle without heat cure (See curing schedule)
    • Outstanding barrier properties
    • Protects steel from thermal wet cyclic conditions
    • Suitable for both shop and field application
    • Provides corrosion protection even with ambient temperature cure
    • Self priming or apply over Carbozinc 11 primers when uninsulated
    • Protects stainless steels from chlorides and stress corrosion cracking
    • Very fast recoat times

    Description:

    This is an extreme performance coating for hot, cryogenic and cycling exposures. Thermaline Heat Shield contains a unique blend of plate-like reinforcing pigments fortified with an inert polymeric matrix. The resulting film provides an outstanding barrier against corrosives and harsh exposures typically seen in elevated temperature environments. This versatile coating is ideal for all piping, vessels and equipment operating from cryogenic conditions up to 1200°F. It is particularly well suited to prevent corrosion under insulated equipment/piping for both carbon steel substrates and stainless steels. This fortified coating has superior shop handling properties over standard silicone coatings (see Curing). It is recommended for CS-6 and SS-5 systems of NACE SP0198 Standard Practice for coatings to control corrosion under insulation (CUI).


  • Thermo-Lag 270

    Features:

    • Flexible
    • Hard, dust free surface
    • Allows easy replacement of cables
    • Water-based product, low odor
    • Asbestos-Free – complies with EPA and OSHA regulations
    • Factory Mutual – tested and approved
    • Does not de-rate cables
    • Weathering – approved for exterior use
    • Quality Manufactured – under strict Carboline quality standards
    • Provides protection at 1/16” Dry Film Thickness

    Description:

    A water based mastic that can be applied to electrical cables to retard fire propagation. Once applied, it meets code and insurance requirements for interior and exterior use. It provides a hard and flexible surface that will not dust, flake, or spall.


  • Thermo-Lag 3000-P

    Features:

    • UL listed - designs for many types of steel sections up to 4 hour fire ratings for both interior and exterior environments.
    • Durable finish - provides a hard, durable finish resistant to normal wear.
    • Thin film coating - offers an economical solution to alternative fireproofing.
    • VOC compliant
    • Easy repair - if damaged it can be repaired easily using material as putty.

    Description:

    Thermo-Lag® 3000-P is a petrochemical grade, 100% solids epoxy based intumescent designed to fireproof steelwork for up to a 4 hour fire rating, depending on the design. The recommended use for this product is fireproofing of steel beams, columns, tubes, pipes, vessel skirts, bulkheads, underdecks and electrical raceways.


  • Thermo-Lag 3000-SP

    Features:

    • UL listed - designs for many types of steel sections up to 4 hour fire ratings for both interior and exterior environments.
    • Durable finish - provides a hard, durable finish resistant to normal wear.
    • Thin film coating - offers an economical solution to alternative fireproofing.
    • VOC compliant
    • Easy repair - if damaged it can be repaired easily using material as putty.

    Description:

    Thermo-Lag® 3000-SP is a petrochemical grade, 95% solids epoxy based intumescent designed to fireproof steelwork for up to a 4 hour fire rating, depending on the design. The recommended use for this product is fireproofing of steel beams, columns, tubes, pipes, vessel skirts, bulkheads, underdecks and electrical raceways.