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                                                                                                                                                PLASITE簧 7159
Formerly PLASGUARD 7159
Includes PLASITE 7159 HAR




TYPE PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS
A water-resistant epoxy coating polymerized with a polyamine type
curing agent. Also available in a high abrasion resistant version. Abrasion Resistance: 7159.色?色?色?色?色?色?色??.色?色??..35 milligrams
7159 HAR色?色?色?色?色?色?色?色??..27 milligrams
INTENDED USE
A high performance lining for elevated temperature and pressure Average loss per 1000 cycles, Taber CS-17 Wheel, 1000 gram
immersion services in high purity water, as well as the oil/water weight.Ivory color.
separating processes encountered in the petroleum industry.
Surface Hardness:色?色?色?色?色?色?色?色?色?匠onig Pendulum Hardness
TEMPERATURE RESISTANCE (ASTM Method D4366-84) 7159她f 113 seconds
7159 HAR她f 104 seconds
Dry film basis is 350簞F/177簞C for short periods. Continuous
(Glass Standard = 250 seconds)
immersion temperature and pressure limitations have been
established for certain exposures. Call for specific
Pigments: Titanium dioxide, inerts and tinting colors.
recommendations.

Solids: 7159?84.1 簣 2% by weight; 68.1 簣 2% by volume
COLORS: Ivory, Light Gray.
7159 HAR?85.3 簣 2% by weight; 68.3 簣 2% by volume
FILM THICKNESS PER COAT
A 5-6 mil/125-150 micron film is produced in one multi-spray coat. A Pot Life:色?色?色?色?色?色?色?色??...再pproximately 8 to 10 hours at 70簞F
total film thickness of 10-12 mils/250-300 microns is required for
immersion service. Shelf Life:色?色?色?色?色?色?色?色?色?色?色?色?色?色?色??.?..24 months at 70簞F
Material in stock should be turned upside down every 3 months.
COVERAGE
2 2
1,092 mil ft /gal. (theoretical). For estimating purposes, 87 ft /gal
2
(2.14 m /l) will produce a 10-12 mil/250-300 micron DFT film (20% Shipping Weight: 7159再pproximately 15 lbs./gal.
loss included). Two multi-pass spray coats will produce the 10-12 7159 HAR再pproximately 15.25 lbs./gal.
mil/250-300 micron DFT film recommended for immersion service.
CHEMICAL RESISTANCE
DRYING TIME Pressurized Atlas Cell testing has been conducted. The test
Surface will normally be tack free in 2 to 4 hours at 70簞F/21簞C. conditions consisted of three area phase layers: the bottom
Refer to Curing section for more detailed curing information immersion phase of tap water; a second phase of a blend of equal
parts of toluene and kerosene; and a gas phase consisting of 15%
VOC CONTENT carbon dioxide, 84.5% methane and .5% hydrogen sulfide.
Coating as Supplied Thinned 10% by Volume with
A pressurized Atlas Cell test was conducted at a pressure of 500 psi
(Determined Theoretically) Plasite Thinner #19 or 71
with a temperature of 200簞F for 110 days with no detrimental effect to
7159 (Determined Theoretically)
the coating. A second pressurized Atlas Cell test was conducted at a
Color Lbs./Gal. g/L Lbs./Gal. g/L
pressure of 1000 psi with a temperature of 200簞F for 25 days with no
detrimental effect to the coating. A third test consisted of a
2.38 簣 2% 285 簣 2% 19 - 2.82 簣 2% 338 簣 2%
Ivory
pressurized Atlas Cell containing demineralized water. Pressure was
71 - 2.79 簣 2% 334 簣 2% approximately 15 psi at 250簞F. Test was run for six months with no
effect to the coating.
Coating as Supplied Thinned 10% by Volume with
(Determined Theoretically) Plasite Thinner #19 or 71
Non-pressurized Atlas Cell test conditions consist of DI water at
7159 HAR (Determined Theoretically)
212簞F. No detrimental effect to coating at completion of one year test.
2.32 簣 2% 278 簣 2% 19 - 2.77 簣 2% 332 簣 2%
Ivory
Note: Although the chemical tests indicated show that PLASITE 7159 is
71 - 2.73 簣 2% 327 簣 2%
unaffected as listed, it is not meant to imply an express guarantee in
VOC Content varies between colors. Contact Carboline Technical actual service. The service is dependent upon proper application and
Service Department for VOC of specific colors. actual operating conditions and it is recommended that users confirm
adaptability of the product for a specific use by their own tests. PLASITE
THINNERS 7159 is not suitable for service in corrosive acids or oxidizing service for
continuous immersion.
PLASITE Thinner #71 is recommended for normal application
temperatures and conditions.
CLEANUP THINNER: Thinner #71
PLASITE Thinner #19 is recommended for above normal application
CURING
temperatures and where tank design requires a slower evaporating
For immersion service, curing will normally take place in 7 days at
thinner to help control overspray.
70簞F/21簞C, 10 days at 60簞 to 69簞F, or 14 days at 50簞-59簞F/10-16簞C. As
The amounts of thinner required will vary depending on air and
ventilation and other factors affect the time/cure of coatings, additional
surface temperatures and application equipment. Normal application
time allowance is recommended at any temperature if cure time is
temperatures and conditions will require the addition of
approximately 10% by volume with approximately 5% additional questioned. When exposure is severe and 70簞F/21簞C, force curing is
thinner added for each 5簞F/3簞C of increased temperature. Airless recommended to obtain maximum resistance.
spray equipment and above normal temperatures require additional
thinning. With adequate ventilation, when applying at temperatures above
It is recommended that the thinner included on each order amount 70簞F/21簞C, coating surfaces will normally be tack free in 2 to 4 hours.
to approximately 20% of the coating order.
January 2007 replaces January 2004
To the best of our knowledge the technical data contained herein is true and accurate on the date of publication and is subject to change without prior notice. User must contact Carboline Company to
verify correctness before specifying or ordering. No guarantee of accuracy is given or implied. We guarantee our products to conform to Carboline quality control. We assume no responsibility for
coverage, performance or injuries resulting from use. Liability, if any, is limited to replacement of products. NO OTHER WARRANTY OR GUARANTEE OF ANY KIND IS MADE BY CARBOLINE,
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, STATUTORY, BY OPERATION OF LAW, OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Carboline簧 and Plasite簧 are
registered trademarks of Carboline Company.
PLASITE簧7159
Listed below are a few force curing schedules that may be used for Note: Continuous mixing of the coating during application is re-
quired for 7159 HAR.
time and work planning. When applying at 50-70簞F/10-21簞C, allow
16 to 24 hours air dry time prior to raising the metal temperature to
Spray
the force curing temperature. When applying at temperatures above
All spray equipment should be thoroughly cleaned and the hose, in
70簞F/21簞C, allow 2 to 5 hours air dry time. After the appropriate air
particular, should be free of old paint film and other contaminants.
dry period, raise metal temperature approximately 30簞F/17簞C each
30 minutes until the desired force curing metal temperature is
Use standard production type spray guns:
reached.
GUN FLUID AIR
METAL CURING METAL CURING DeVilbiss JGA-510 E 797
TEMPERATURE TIME TEMPERATURE TIME Binks #2001 66-SS 63-PB
18 Hrs 3 翻 Hrs Graco P800 04 02
130簞F/54簞C 170簞F/77簞C
10 Hrs 2 翻 Hrs
140簞F/60簞C 180簞F/82簞C
NOTE: Atomizing air spray is recommended for 7159 HAR because of the
6 Hrs 2 Hrs
150簞F/66簞C 190簞F/88簞C
high rate of wear to spray tips and pump parts of airless spray equipment.
4 翻 Hrs 1 職 Hrs
160簞F/71簞C 200簞F/93簞C
When airless spray equipment is used, the recommended liquid pressure
Final cure may be checked by exposing coated surface to MIBK for is 1500-1800 psi/100-120 bars with tip size from .015-.021in/0.38-0.46
10 minutes. If no dissolving and only minor softening of film occurs, mm. Thinning requirements are more than for conventional spray.
the curing can be considered complete. The film will reharden after
Air supply shall be uncontaminated. Adjust air pressure to approximately
exposure if cured.
50 lbs./200 N at the gun and provide 5-10 lbs./20-40 N of pot pressure.
Adjust spray gun by first opening liquid valve and then adjusting air valve
SURFACE PREPARATION
to give an 8-12 in./20-30 cm wide spray pattern with best possible
Steel ? Immersion Service
atomization.
All sharp edges shall be ground to produce a radius and all imperfections,
such as skip welds, delaminations, scabs, slivers and slag shall be
Apply a mist? bonding pass.
corrected prior to abrasive blasting. Skip welds shall be welded solid.
Allow to dry approximately one minute, but not long enough to allow film
to completely dry.
Degrease surface prior to sandblasting. Organic solvents, alkaline
Apply crisscross multi-passes maintaining an even continuous wet
solutions, steam, hot water with detergents or other systems that will
appearing film. This technique will enable a 7-8 mil/175-200 micron wet
completely remove dirt, oil, grease, etc. may be used. Used tanks may re-
film (approximately 5-6 mil/125-150 micron DFT) to be applied per multi-
quire additional decontamination.
pass coat. Repeat this procedure for the second coat to obtain a 10-12
mil/250-300 micron DFT.
The surface shall be blasted to an SSPC-SP5 or NACE No. 1 white metal
surface using a Venturi blast nozzle supplied with 80-100 psi/6-7 bars. An
Overcoat time will vary both with temperature and ventilation and will
anchor pattern or tooth? in the metal shall correspond to approximately 20
normally require 8 to 12 hours at 70簞F/21簞C for enclosed spaces with
to 25% of the total film thickness of the coating.
additional time needed if coating is being applied at lower temperatures.
Remove all overspray by dry brushing or scraping if required.
Contaminated grit shall not be used for the finish work. The blasting media
used shall be a natural abrasive, or steel grit, or slag grit (similar or equal
Equipment must be thoroughly cleaned immediately after use with Plasite
to BLACK BEAUTY簧). These abrasives shall be sharp with a hard-cutting
thinner to prevent the setting of the coating.
surface, properly graded, dry and of best quality. The media shall be of
proper size to obtain the specified anchor pattern and shall be free of
Note: Prior to spray application, stripe brush all welds, attachments and
objectionable contaminants.
surface irregularities using PLASITE 7159/7159 HAR thinned a minimum
of 50% by volume of PLASITE Thinner #19 or 71.
The anchor pattern shall be sharp and no evidence of a polished surface
is allowed.
Brush
Recommended for small areas and repairs only. Use a high quality brush,
Remove all traces of grit and dust with a vacuum cleaner or by brushing.
and apply a very light crisscross brush coat. Allow to dry for approximately
Care must be taken to avoid contaminating the surface with fingerprints or
5 minutes. Then apply a heavy coat using a crisscross brush pattern.
from detrimental material on the workers? clothes.
Flow? the coating on rather than try to brush out.? Allow to dry tack-free.
Repeat until sufficient film thickness is obtained. Normally a film thickness
The surface temperature shall be maintained at a minimum of 5簞F/3簞C
of 2.5-3 mils/63-75 microns can be obtained per coat by this method.
above the dew point to prevent oxidation of the surface. The coating shall
be applied within the same day that the surface has been prepared.
INSPECTION
Degree of surface preparation shall conform to appropriate specifications
Concrete
as outlined in SURFACE PREPARATION section. Film thickness of each
Contact Carboline for a recommendation. coat and total dry film thickness of coating system shall be determined
with a properly calibrated nondestructive magnetic gauge.
Aluminum
Surface shall be clean and grease free with a blast produced anchor pattern or Refer to Plasite Bulletin PA-3, Section 3, for inspection requirements.
tooth? as described earlier under STEEL. In addition, the blasted surface shall
SAFETY
be given a chemical treatment such as:
READ THIS NOTICE
SAFETY AND MISCELLANEOUS EQUIPMENT
ALODINE 1200S available from Henkel Surface Tech
For tank lining work or enclosed spaces, it is recommended that the operator provide himself
IRIDITE 14-2 produced by MacDermid Incorporated with clean coveralls and rubber soled shoes and observe good personal hygiene. Certain
personnel may be sensitive to various types of resins which may cause dermatitis.
OAKITE CRYSCOAT 747LTS and OAKITE CRYSCOAT ULTRASEAL
produced by Oakite Products THE SOLVENT IN THIS COATING IS FLAMMABLE AND CARE AS DEMANDED BY
GOOD PRACTICE, OSHA, STATE AND LOCAL SAFETY CODES, ETC. MUST BE
APPLICATION FOLLOWED CLOSELY. Keep away from heat, sparks and open flame and use necessary
safety equipment, such as, air mask, explosion-proof electrical equipment, non-sparking
Mixing
tools and ladders, etc. Avoid contact with skin and breathing of vapor or spray mist. When
The curing agent and coating are supplied in separate containers at a 4:1 working in tanks, rooms and other enclosed spaces, adequate ventilation must be provided.
ratio. Prestirring Part B will improve pourability. For splitting purposes, use Refer to Plasite Bulletin PA-3. Keep out of the reach of children.
1 part curing agent to 4 parts coating by volume. Thoroughly mix coating,
CAUTION - Read and follow all caution statements on this product data sheet, material
then add curing agent slowly and mix completely with coating. The coating
safety data sheet and container label for this product.
should stand approximately 30 minutes after the curing agent has been
thoroughly mixed.

January 2007 replaces January 2004
To the best of our knowledge the technical data contained herein is true and accurate on the date of publication and is subject to change without prior notice. User must contact Carboline Company to
verify correctness before specifying or ordering. No guarantee of accuracy is given or implied. We guarantee our products to conform to Carboline quality control. We assume no responsibility for
coverage, performance or injuries resulting from use. Liability, if any, is limited to replacement of products. NO OTHER WARRANTY OR GUARANTEE OF ANY KIND IS MADE BY CARBOLINE,
EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, STATUTORY, BY OPERATION OF LAW, OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. Carboline簧 and Plasite簧 are
registered trademarks of Carboline Company.

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