310 Chemical Resistant Coating
Manufacturer: Rawlins Paints
310 Chemical Resistant Coating is a rapid curing, solvent free epoxy coating with outstanding resistance to aggressive acids, solvents and alcohols, e.g 96-99% sulphuric acid, methyl ethyl ketone and methanol.
310 Chemical Resistant Coating is a rapid curing, solvent free epoxy coating with outstanding resistance to aggressive acids, solvents and alcohols, e.g 96-99% sulphuric acid, methyl ethyl ketone and methanol. 310 Chemical Resistant Coating is recomended as an internal lining for concrete or steel storage tanks; chemical bunds, chemical resistant floor/wall coating for chemical and printing works, bottling and canning factories, pharmaceutical production, water treatment works, oil refineries, etc.
Features & Benefits
- Outstanding chemical resistance
- Solvent Free
- Excellent adhesion to concrete and steel
- Tough, durable and abrasion resistant
- Very rapid cure, even at low temperatures
- Hygienic and easily cleaned
It is your responsibility to read the Product Data Sheets (available below) before you place an order and prior to application of the product. The content of this website is our best recommendation and is not advice. Coverage rates quoted are approximate, you agree that coverage depends on the condition of the substrate, surface absorption, texture and application method. We ALWAYS recommend a trial area is coated to ensure the product meets your requirements before use.
|The figures stated above are approximate. Please ensure you refer to all datasheets for full application information.|
|Joe Dattilo on 03/12/2018|
Looking for coating that resists exposure to 99% sulfuric acid. Product 310 states 96-99% sulfuric acid resistance. Can you confirm 99% please. Most Novalac Epoxies only resist to 98%. This will be used as concrete coating with 99% sulfuric acid exposure.
We quote 96 – 99%, which is the range that commercial grade Sulphuric Acid is available in. We confirm that the 310 Chemical Resistant Coating will provide resistance against 99% Sulphuric Acid, although some discoloration of the coating is possible on exposure (purely an aesthetic defect). We would not recommend the coating for primary containment (i.e. lining tanks) in this environment, however concrete floors or bund lining applications with spillage is fine.
|Mazen Seifo on 16/11/2018|
Hello, Can this be applied to Hot Dipped Galvanised Cable Tray?
We have no experience of 310 Chemical Resistant Coating being applied to cable trays and there may be a concern regarding how much movement/flex these may have under a rigid coating. 310 Chemical Resistant Coating can however be applied to galvanised steel if you wish to carry out a trial by using 404S Epoxy Metal Primer.
|M Sims on 03/09/2018|
Hi, is this floor system fully anti slip?
310 Chemical Resistant Coating is a smooth coating on its own - should a non-slip finish be required, then a broadcast of 504 Standard Anti-Slip Aggregate shall be made immediately after the first coat. Brush off excess aggregate prior to application of the second coat.
|DAVID JONES on 19/07/2018|
Hi, how many coats of this paint will new concrete need. Thanks Dave
Concrete shall be a minimum of 21 days old and/or the residual moisture content shall be below 6%. Ensure that the concrete is clean and free from dust, laitance, grease, oil, curing compound and existing paint finishes etc. Blow holes and defective concrete shall be made good using 201 Epoxy Repair Mortar. Suitable mechanical treatment such as vacuum grit blasting is the preferred treatment prior to application as this ensures a mechanical ‘key’ for the coating.
A coat of 401 Epoxy Floor Primer is recommended on absorbent concrete surfaces. Apply in accordance with 401 Epoxy Floor Primer data sheet.
Apply 310 Chemical Resistant Coating by brush, short pile roller or airless spray at a nominal rate of 0.3 to 0.5kg/m² per coat, depending on overall dry film thickness required. After a minimum of 6 hours @ 20°C but within a maximum of 24 hours, apply a second coat at the same nominal rate.
Should a non-slip finish be required, then a broadcast of 504 Standard Anti-Slip Aggregate shall be made immediately after the first coat. Brush off excess aggregate prior to application of the second coat.
Allow to cure for a minimum of 6 hours @ 20°C prior to light foot traffic access and 24 hours @ 20° prior to vehicular trafficking. Allow a minimum of 5 days cure @ 20°C for optimum chemical resistance.
|James Walsh on 18/07/2018|
Hi Will this be suitable for external use and withstand FAM30 with a contact time of 1 hour, along with pressure washer cleaning? Thanks James
We come across FAM® 30 quite often, 310 Chemical Resistant Coating is highly resistant to the components of the product. It is suitable for outdoor use but it is not UV stable so the colour may fade (this will not affect the performance of the product however). We would stress the importance of mechanical preparation of the surface (as per the product data sheet) otherwise a pressure washer could remove the coating.
|tony winchester on 09/07/2018|
310 Chemical Resistant Coating - are you able to supply this in Green Ral 6037 ?
Unfortunately not, we can however offer most other RAL and BS colours as long as they are not fluorescent or metallic shades.
|Pieter Chalke on 18/04/2018|
Could you please advise if the 310 coating system is suitable for application to valves and pipework?
|Ian Lynch on 06/03/2017|
Question: We have a concrete bund which from time to time requires protection from 6-8% nitric acid. Would you recommend direct application of the product, or use of a primer onto the concrete first?
In the 310 Chemical Resistant Coating Chemical Resistance Guide available to download from the 'DATASHEETS' tab on the product page it denotes 'GOOD' chemical resistance on a continuous immersion basis (typically 1-2 years) for Nitric Acid at a concentration of 10%.
In the Technical Data Sheet also available for download it states that a coat of 401 Epoxy Floor Primer is recommended on absorbent concrete surfaces prior to the application of 310 Chemical Resistant Coating.
|dene on 09/01/2017|
Question: can 310 Chemical Resistant Coating be applied to a plasterboard surface?
We have a 1hr fire resistance (two layers of plasterboard taped and skimmed) on jumbo stud wall.
can 310 Chemical Resistant Coating be applied the that?
Adhesion to plaster with these sorts of industrial products is never great, due to the very smooth nature of the surface. The use of 401 Epoxy Floor Primer will help, but the 310 Chemical Resistant Coating is a very hard and rigid coating, so any movement may cause cracking and loss of adhesion. Therefore, we could not guarantee the system on plaster.
However, if you can provide some more information about your project, the chemicals you are trying to protect against, etc. we may have a more suitable alternative.
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