Sherwin-Williams Macropoxy M922
Sherwin-Williams Macropoxy M922 (formerly Epigrip M922) is a high solids, 2-pack glass flake epoxy pigmented with micronised glass flake and anti-corrosives to provide anti-corrosive protection of blast cleaned steel and cathodically protected steel. Macropoxy M922 possess excellent abrasion resistance and has excellent resistance to immersion in sea water and a range of chemicals.
Sherwin-Williams Macropoxy M922 (formerly Epigrip M922) is a high solids, 2-pack glass flake epoxy pigmented with micronised glass flake and anti-corrosives to provide anti-corrosive protection of blast cleaned steel and cathodically protected steel.
Sherwin-Williams Macropoxy M922 possess excellent abrasion resistance and has excellent resistance to immersion in sea water and a range of chemicals. For immersed structures a suitable primer may be required. An aluminium mastic version is available for high build brushing maintenance - see Sherwin-Williams Macropoxy M922M.
- Complies with BS5493:1977 - Table 4K -Type KP1A
- Independently approved for Cathodic Disbondment to BGE/PS/CW6:Part 1
- Approved to Def Stan 80-97 Treatment of Fuel Tanks
- Highways Agency Item No. 123
- Network Rail Item No. 7.2.3
- Approved for carriage of grain
- Complies with NORSOK M501 Rev. 5 System 7
Primers are optional. M922 can be applied directly onto steel.
- Macropoxy M111 Wet Blast Primer
- Macropoxy L574 Blast Primer
Indefinitely self overcoatable provided the coating has been suitably cleaned. For optimum intercoat adhesion with other epoxy topcoats, overcoating should occur within 14 days. Where atmospheric exposure is required overcoat with Acrolon C137V2, Acrolon C237, Acrolon 1850 and Acrolon 7300 within 7 days at a minimum d.f.t. of 50 microns or in the case of Acrolon C750V2 overcoat within 4 days.
These overcoating times refer to achievement of optimum adhesion at 23°C and will vary with temperature.
For overcoating outside the above parameters and with alkyd systems, consult the Technical Department for advice.
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.|
|Ian Anderson on 09/09/2018|
Can Sherwin-Williams M922 be applied to very high temperatures on stainless Steel
The Sherwin-Williams Macropoxy M922 data sheet states 'Macropoxy M922 may be applied by brush onto hot surfaces up to 120°C. Multiple coats will be necessary to achieve required film build. Ensure good ventilation and adequate PPE due to rapid vapourisation of solvent from the film at high temperatures.' Preparation on stainless steel should be blasting with non-metallic abrasive to ensure an adequate blast profile.
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