Carboline Plasite 7159

144PA1NL

Carboline Plasite 7159 is a two-component, water-resistant epoxy coating polymerized with a polyamine type curing agent. Also 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.

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

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Carboline Plasite 7159 is a two-component, water-resistant epoxy coating polymerized with a polyamine type curing agent. Also 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.



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Features and Benefits


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



Product Specification


Technical Data
Carboline Plasite 7159
Volume Solids: 68% +/- 2%
Theoretical Coverage Rate:

26.8 m²/l at 25 microns

5.4 m²/l at 125 microns

4.5 m²/l at 150 microns

Allow for loss in mixing and application
Dry Film Thickness:

127 - 152 microns per coat

A total film thickness of 250-300 microns is required for immersion service

VOC Values:

As Supplied: 285 g/l ± 2%

Plasite Thinner 19: 338 g/l ± 2%

Plasite Thinner 71: 334 g/l ± 2%

VOC Content varies between colours

Contact Rawlins for VOC of specific colours

Dry Temp. Resistance:

Non-Continuous: 177°C

Continuous immersion temperature and pressure limitations have been established for certain exposures

Please contact Rawlins on Tech - 0113 2455450 (option 2) or [email protected] for specific recommendations

Flash Point:

Part A: 22°C

Part B: 104°C

Shelf Life:

Part A - 24 months at 21°C

Part B - 9 months at 21°C

Storage Temperature and Humidity: Store indoors



Drying Times


Curing Schedule
Surface Temp Dry to Recoat Cure for Service
10°C 24 Hours 14 Days
16°C 18 Hours 10 Days
24°C 12 Hours 7 Days
32°C 8 Hours 6 Days



  • With adequate ventilation when applying at temperatures above 21°C coating surfaces will normally be tack free in 2-4 hours



Curing Schedule
Surface Temp Cure for Most Immersion Services
54°C 18 Hours
60°C 10 Hours
66°C 6 Hours
71°C 4 Hours
77°C 4 Hours
82°C 2 Hours
88°C 2 Hours
93°C 2 Hours



  • The chart above outlines the cure for service (immersion) times when the force cure schedule below is followed

Force Cure

  • Note: Temperatures listed for 54°C and above are for force cure
  • Force curing at elevated temperature will increase resistance to certain exposures. When exposure is severe, force curing is recommended to obtain maximum resistance and service life
  • Allow an air dry time of 16-24 hours @ 10-21°C before heat curing. When applying at temperatures above 21°C allow 2-5 hours air dry time
  • After air drying, the substrate temperature should be raised by approximately 17°C each 30 minutes until the desired force cure temperature is reached
  • Final cure may be checked by exposing coated surface to MIBK for ten 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



Surface Preparation


General

  • Remove any oil or grease from surface to be coated in accordance with SSPC-SP1

Steel

  • SSPC-SP10; Surface Profile should be dense angular 50-75 µ (2.0-3.0 mils)

Aluminium

  • Surface shall be clean and grease-free with a blast produced anchor pattern or “tooth” as described earlier under steel. In addition, the blasted surface shall be given a chemical treatment

Stainless Steel

  • Profile should be dense angular 50-75 µ (2.0-3.0 mils)
  • Remove all surface contaminants that would interfere with the performance of stainless steel for the intended service such as, but not limited to, imbedded iron or chlorides



Application Methods


Product Information
Mixing:

Thoroughly mix part A and B separately, then add part B slowly to the part A and mix completely

The coating should stand approximately 30 minutes after the curing agent has been thoroughly mixed in

Thinning:

PLASITE Thinner 71 is recommended for normal application temperatures and conditions

PLASITE Thinner 19 is recommended for above normal application temperatures and where tank design requires a slower evaporating thinner to help control overspray. The amounts of thinner required will vary depending on air and surface temperatures and application equipment

Normal application temperatures and conditions will require the addition of approximately 10% by volume with approximately 5% additional thinner added for each 3°C of increased temperature

Airless spray equipment and above normal temperatures require additional thinning

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

Ratio: 4:1 A:B
Pot Life: Approximately 8 to 10 hours at 6°C
Conventional Spray:

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

Adjust air pressure to approximately 50 psi at the gun and provide 10-20 lbs. of pot pressure

Airless Spray:

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

Fast multi-passes may be applied until you have a wet film thickness of approximately 150-200 µ (6-8 mil). Repeat this procedure for the second coat to obtain an 200-300 µ (8-12 mil) DFT

Brush:

Recommended for small areas only. Use medium bristle brush

Not recommended for tank lining applications except when striping welds

Avoid excessive re-brushing for best results

Roller:

Not recommended for tank lining applications except when striping welds

Use a short-nap synthetic roller with phenolic core



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

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
  • Refer to the product data sheet and safety data sheets in the attachments section above for further details
Product Details
144PA1NL

Data sheet

Manufacturer
Carboline
For Use On
Steel, Stainless Steel, Aluminium
Application Method
Brush, Roller, Spray
Colour
Standard / Ready Mixed
Single, Two or Three Pack
Two Pack
Mixing Ratio
4:1 A:B
Coverage
26.8 m²/l at 25 microns, 5.4 m²/l at 125 microns, 4.5 m²/l at 150 microns
Recommended Thinner/Cleaner
Carboline Thinner 2, Thinner 71
Solids by Volume
68% +/- 2%
VOC
As Supplied: 285 g/l ± 2%
Shelf Life (from date of manufacture)
Part A - 24 months at 21°C - Part B - 9 months at 21°C
Recommended Dry Film Thickness
127 - 152 microns per coat
Pot Life
Approximately 8 to 10 hours at 70°F
Dry to Recoat
10°C: 24 Hours - 16°C: 18 Hours - 24°C: 12 Hours - 32°C: 8 Hours
Fully Cured
10°C: 14 Days - 16°C: 10 Days - 24°C: 7 Days - 32°C: 6 Days
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questions Gary Sellier on 2019-04-29 18:20:09
Question: 

Can this product be steam cleaned to remove hydrocarbons from tank shell and floor? What is the maximum temp. for steam cleaning?

Answer: 

Carboline Plasite 7159 (series) are approved for steam cleaning up to 300°F for up to 24 hours without damage.


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