Carboline Plasite 7122 VTF

363PA1NL

Carboline Plasite 7122 VTF is a two-component, cross linked epoxy-phenolic cured with a polyamine curing agent. Formulated with particular attention to wide chemical resistance (acids, alkalies and solvents) and ease of handling on steel, galvanised, concrete or CMU.

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  • Smooth non-stick surface with good abrasion resistance and flexibility
  • PTFE filled tank lining for use where the surface requires release properties to reduce product sticking and bridging
  • Dry heat resistance up to 149°C (continuous) and 177°C (non-continous)
  • Cure for service in 7 days (at 21°C) or 2 hours (93°C)
  • Application from 10°C (3°C above dew point)
  • Surface will normally be tack-free in 4-6 hours at 21°C

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Carboline Plasite 7122 VTF is a two-component, 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.



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Features and Benefits


  • Two-component
  • Excellent overall chemical resistance to a wide range of acids, alkalies and solvents
  • Smooth non-stick surface
  • Good abrasion resistance and flexibility
  • Smooth non-stick surface with good abrasion resistance and flexibility
  • PTFE filled tank lining for use where the surface requires release properties to reduce product sticking and bridging
  • Dry heat resistance up to 149°C (continuous) and 177°C (non-continous)
  • Cure for service in 7 days (at 21°C) or 2 hours (93°C)
  • Application from 10°C (3°C above dew point)



Product Specification


Technical Data
Carboline Plasite 7122 VTF
Volume Solids: 75% +/- 2%
Theoretical Coverage Rate:

29.5 m²/l at 25 microns (1203 ft²/gal at 1.0 mils)

4.9 m²/l at 150 microns (200 ft²/gal at 6.0 mils)

4.2 m²/l at 175 microns (172 ft²/gal at 7.0 mils)

Allow for loss in mixing and application
Dry Film Thickness:

152 - 178 microns (6 - 7 mils) per coat

Two multi-pass spray coats will produce a 12-15 mil (300-375 microns) DFT film recommended for immersion service

Plasite 7122 VTF should not be topcoated with itself, unless properly abraded

VOC Values: As Supplied: 212 g/l (1.76lbs/gal) ± 2%
Dry Temp. Resistance:

Continuous: 149°C (300°F)

Non-Continuous: 177°C (350°F)

Immersion temperature depends on particular re-agent

Epoxies lose gloss, discolour, and eventually chalk in sunlight exposure

Shelf Life:

24 months @ 21°C/70°F

Note: Material stock should be turned upside down every 3 months

Storage Temperature and Humidity:

Store all components between 10-32°C/50-90°F in a dry area.

Keep out of direct sunlight.

Avoid excessive heat and do not freeze



Technical Data
Test Method System Results
Abrasion Resistance (Taber CS-17 Wheel, 1000-gram weight, 1000 cycles) Two Coats 41 milligrams
Surface Hardness (ASTM Method D4366-84) Konig Pendulum (Glass Standard = 250 seconds) Two Coats 108 seconds
Thermal Shock Two Coats Unaffected 5 cycles minus 70°F/21°C to plus 200°F/93°C



Chemical Resistance: Specific information regarding the chemical resistance can be found by contacting Rawlins on Tech - 0113 2455450 (option 2) or [email protected]



Drying Times


Curing Schedule
Surface Temp Cure for Service
21°C (70°F) 7 Days
66°C (150°F) 7 Hours
79°C (175°F) 3.5 Hours
93°C (200°F) 2 Hours



  • Surface will normally be tack-free in 4-6 hours at 21°C (70°F)

Inspection

  • Degree of surface preparation shall conform to appropriate specification as outlined in surface preparation section
  • Film thickness of each coat and total dry film thickness of coating system shall be determined with a non-destructive magnetic gauge, properly calibrated

Ambient Cure

  • Normally, polymerization and curing will take place in 7 days at 21°C/70°F
  • This coating should not be applied when air temperature or temperature of surface to be coated is below 10°C/50°F
  • Within 24 hours after coating is applied, a minimum substrate temperature of 21°C/70°F is required for proper polymerization
  • This product should be force cured for all taste sensitive immersion services

Force Cure

  • Force curing at elevated temperatures does increase resistance to certain exposures; therefore, when exposure is severe, force curing is recommended to obtain maximum resistance
  • Listed above are a few curing schedules that may be used for time and work planning
  • Prior to raising the metal to the force curing temperature, it is necessary that an air-dry time of 2-5 hours at temperatures from 21-37°C/70-100°F be allowed. After the air-dry period has elapsed, the temperature should be raised by approximately 18°C/30°F each 30 minutes until the desired force curing temperatures are reached
  • Final cure may be checked by exposing coated surface to MIBK for 10 minutes. If no dissolving and only minor softening of film occurs, the curing can be considered complete. The film should reharden after exposure if cured
  • This product should be force cured for all taste sensitive immersion services at any of the following substrate temperatures: 12 hours at 66°C (150°F), 6 hours at 79°C (175°F), or 4 hours at 93°C (200°F)



Surface Preparation


General

  • Surfaces must be clean and dry
  • Employ adequate methods to remove dirt, dust, oil, and all other contaminants that could interfere with adhesion of the coating

Steel

  • Immersion: SSPC-SP10
  • Non-Immersion: SSPC-SP6
  • Surface Profile: 2.0-3.0 mils (50-75 micron)

Galvanised Steel

Concrete or CMU



Application Methods


Product Information
Mixing:

Power mix separately, then combine and power mix

Do not mix partial kits

The coating should stand approximately 45 minutes after the curing agent has been thoroughly mixed

Thinning:

Thin as needed up to 20% with Plasite Thinner 71

Use of thinners other than those supplied or recommended by Carboline may adversely affect product performance and void product warranty, whether expressed or implied.

It is recommended that the amount of thinner included on each order amount to approximately 20% of the coating order

Ratio:

3.79 litres (1 gallon) kit

  • 3.34 litres (0.88 gallons) of part A
  • 0.44 litres (0.12 gallons) of part B

18.93 litres (5 gallon) kit

  • 16.72 litres (4.42 gallons) of part A
  • 2.21 litres (0.58 gallons) of part B
Pot Life: 4-6 hours at 21°C/70°F
Spray Application (General):

Apply a “mist” bonding pass

Allow to dry approximately one minute, but not long enough to allow film to completely dry. Apply crisscross multi-passes, moving gun at fairly rapid rate, maintaining a wet appearing film. Observe the coating surface; when it appears to be flowing together, you will have an average 100-125 microns wet film. By allowing the solvents to flash-off for a few minutes, several more fast multi-passes may be applied until you have a film thickness of approximately 175-200 microns (approximately 150-175 microns). Repeat this procedure for the second coat to obtain a DFT, approximately 300-375 microns.

Overcoat time will vary both with temperature and ventilation and will require from 8-12 hours at 21°C/70°F for enclosed spaces. Less time will be required for exteriors. Remove all overspray by dry brushing or scraping if required

Conventional Spray: Pressure pot equipped with dual regulators, 3/8” I.D. minimum material hose, .055-.070” I.D. fluid tip and appropriate air cap
Airless Spray:

Pump Ratio: 30:1 (min.)

GPM Output: 3.0 (min.)

Material Hose: 3/8” I.D. (min.)

Tip Size: .015-.021”

Output PSI: 2100-2300

Filter Size: 60 mesh

Brush and Roller:

Not recommended for tank lining applications except when striping welds and touching up

Use short-nap solvent resistant roller

Use medium bristle brush



Application Conditions


Curing Schedule
Condition Material Surface Ambient Humidity
Minimum 10°C (50°F) 10°C (50°F) 10°C (50°F) 0%
Maximum 32°C (90°F) 32°C (90°F) 32°C (90°F) 80%



  • Substrate temperature should be 3°C/5°F above the dew point



Health and Safety


Clean Up

Safety

  • Observe the precautionary notices on the container label, and read the Material Safety Data Sheet before use
  • Employ normal workmanlike safety precautions including personnel protection equipment

Ventilation

  • When used in enclosed areas, thorough air circulation must be used during and after application until the coating is cured.
  • The ventilation system should be capable of preventing the solvent vapor concentration from reaching the lower explosion limit for the solvents used
  • User should test and monitor exposure levels to ensure all personnel are below guidelines
  • If not sure or if not able to monitor levels, use MSHA/NIOSH approved supplied air respirator

Caution

  • Fire and explosion hazards: This product contains less than 1% volatile components, however, vapours are heavier than air and can travel long distances, ignite and flash back
  • Eliminate all Ignitions sources. Keep away from sparks and open flames
  • All electrical equipment and installations should be made and grounded in accordance with applicable local regulations
  • In areas where explosion hazards exist, workers should be required to use non-ferrous tools and wear conductive and non-sparking shoes
  • Refer to the product data sheet and safety data sheets in the attachments section above for further details
Product Details
363PA1NL

Data sheet

Manufacturer
Carboline
For Use On
Steel, Galvanized Steel, Concrete
Application Method
Brush, Roller, Spray
Colour
Standard / Ready
Single, Two or Three Pack
Two-Pack
Pack Size
3.79L Kit, 18.93L Kit
Coverage
29.5 m²/l at 25 microns (1203 ft²/gal at 1.0 mils), 4.9 m²/l at 150 microns (200 ft²/gal at 6.0 mils), 4.2 m²/l at 175 microns (172 ft²/gal at 7.0 mils)
Recommended Thinner/Cleaner
Carboline Thinner 2, Thinner 71
Max. Application Temperature
Material: 32°C - Surface: 32°C - Ambient: 32°C - Humidity: 80%
Min. Application Temperature
Material: 10°C - Surface: 10°C - Ambient: 10°C - Humidity: 0%
Solids by Volume
75% +/- 2%
Heat Resistance (up-to)
Continuous: 149°C (300°F), Non-Continuous: 177°C (350°F)
Shelf Life (from date of manufacture)
24 months @ 21°C/70°F
Recommended Dry Film Thickness
152 - 178 microns (6 - 7 mils) per coat
UN Number (Activator)
UN3470
UN Number (Base)
UN1263
Attachments
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