Sherwin-Williams Macropoxy C402V2
Sherwin-Williams Macropoxy C402V2 (formerly known as Epigrip C402V2) is a high build 2-pack epoxy zinc phosphate primer/buildcoat for use as anti-corrosive protection of carbon steel surfaces prepared by abrasive blast cleaning, mechanically prepared and/or damp gingered surfaces. Macropoxy C402V2 is ideal for internal/external exposed conditions, including offshore and petrochemical.
Sherwin-Williams Macropoxy C402V2 (formerly Epigrip C402V2) is a high build 2-pack epoxy zinc phosphate primer/buildcoat for use as anti-corrosive protection of carbon steel surfaces prepared by abrasive blast cleaning.
Anti-corrosive protection of carbon steel surfaces prepared by abrasive blast cleaning. It may be brush applied onto hand or mechanically prepared surfaces and/or damp gingered surfaces, giving excellent wetting and adhesion characteristics - see notes overleaf.
Can be applied at thicknesses between 75 and 250 microns dry to provide both primer and buildcoat in a single coat. A top coat is only required for decorative purposes. Without topcoat, the material will quickly discolour and patchiness may be exaggerated due to ﬁ lm thickness variation, but will nonetheless provide excellent anti-corrosive protection as a single coat protective epoxy nor will intercoat adhesion be affected by any discolouration. See reverse side for further information on colour stability. For use in internal/external exposed conditions, including offshore, petrochemical, but not for fully immersed applications.
- Network Rail Item No. 7.1.5 (Aluminium only), 7.1.7, 7.2.2 (other shades)
For overcoating with epoxy products (including self overcoating), the maximum recommended interval is 28 days at 23°C. For overcoating outside this interval, consult Sherwin-Williams technical support for advice. Where a high degree of gloss and colour retention is required, overcoat with Acrolon C137V2, Acrolon C237, Acrolon 1850 and Acrolon 7300 within 7 days at a minimum dft 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 Sherwin-Williams for further advice.
Application Conditions & Overcoating
Epoxy paints should preferably be applied at temperatures in excess of 10°C. Relative humidity should not exceed 90% and in these conditions good ventilation is essential. Substrate temperature shall be at least 3ºC above the dew point and always above 0°C. At application temperatures below 10°C, drying and curing times will be signiﬁ cantly extended, and spraying characteristics may be impaired. Application at ambient air temperatures below 5°C is not recommended. In order to achieve optimum water and chemical resistance, temperature needs to be maintained above 10°C during curing.
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