Carboline Carboglas 1601 SG

0306A1NL

Carboline Carboglas 1601 SG is an extremely durable and chemically resistant cladding utilizes a multi-step curing process that incorporates chemically-fused glass flake reinforcing in a highly cross-linked polyester matrix.

  • Outstanding marine exposure resistance (atmospheric, tidal, subsea)
  • Excellent resistance to both organic and mineral acids
  • Excellent abrasion and impact resistance
  • Excellent resistance to bleach solutions and free chlorine
  • Outstanding long-term protection

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Carboline Carboglas 1601 SG is an extremely durable and chemically resistant cladding utilizes a multi-step curing process that incorporates chemically-fused glass flake reinforcing in a highly cross-linked polyester matrix.



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Features & Benefits


  • Outstanding marine exposure resistance (atmospheric, tidal, subsea)
  • Excellent resistance to both organic and mineral acids
  • Excellent abrasion and impact resistance
  • Excellent resistance to bleach solutions and free chlorine
  • Outstanding long-term protection



Carboline Carboglas 1601 SG provides an extremely durable barrier against a variety of exposures including marine, fresh water, salt water, both mineral and organic acids, bleach solutions, and free chlorine.

The multi-layer glass-flake reinforcement greatly impedes the penetration of water and other corrosives making this system extremely long performing.

It is ideal for long-term performance on offshore and other structures exposed to severe marine exposures above of below the water line. It is suitable for immersion, splash or spill or fume exposures in the aggressive chemicals mentioned or wherever severe impact or abrasion is required. As a tank lining for a variety of acids, hypochlorites and free chlorine. Properties such as retention of adhesion and impact resistance allow its use in lining large steel tanks.

Examples of uses in chemical processing plants are the lining of filter tanks, brine tanks, vacuum dryers, settling tanks, tank trailers, etc. Other uses include tank bottoms in the petroleum industry, pulpers and storage tanks in paper mils, ship hulls and rudders and splash zone areas on offshore structures.





Product Specification


Technical Data
Carboline Carboglas 1601 SG
Volume Solids: 98% +/- 2%
Dry Temperature Resistance: Continuous: 200°F (93°C)
Non-Continuous: 250°F (121°C)
Theoretrical Coverage Rate: 1572 ft²/gal at 1.0 mils (38.6 m²/l at 25 microns)
79 ft²/gal at 20.0 mils (1.9 m²/l at 500 microns)
Allow for loss in mixing and application
Dry Film Thickness: 20 mils (508 microns) per coat
Limitations: Immersion service in alkalis or aromatic solvents.
Application on concrete or other cementitious surfaces.
Topcoats: Not recomnended
Shelf Life: Part A: Min. 12 months at 75°F (24°C)
Catalyst: Min. 6 months at 75°F (24°C)
Additive #47: 6 months at 75°F (24°C)
Storage: Store Indoors at temperature 40°-110°F (4°-43°C) Humidity: 0-100%
Storage Temperature & Humidity: Carboglas 1601 SG Catalyst is a strong oxidizing agent and should be stored separately. In cases where temperatures are consistenly above 75°F (24°C), refrigerating the product preserves its reactivity. The shelf life of Additive #47 is also shortened by higher temperatures.
Flash Point: Part A: 90°F (32°C)
Catalyst: 137°F (58°C)
Additive # 47: 88°F (31°C)



Drying Times


Curing Schedule
Surface Temperature Cure For Service Dry For Recoat
55°F (13°C) 5 Days 24 Hours
65°F (18°C) 4 Days 16 Hours
75°F (24°C) 2 Days 12 Hours
90°F (32°C) 1 Day 8 Hours
110°F (43°C) 24 Hours 4 Hours



  • The above guidelines are for mixed material using normal catalyst levels.
  • The Dry to Recoat times listed indicate the time at which the film is partially cured with a slight surface tack (ideal for topcoating).
  • If the film becomes hard (without tackiness) the surface must be treated with xylol or other suitable aromatic solvent prior to recoating.
  • Alternatively (or if solvent treatment does not create a "tacky" surface), sweep blasting may be used to prepare the surface for recoating
  • Force curing is recommended for all severe or critical services as curing at elevated temperatures increases chemical resistance to some exposures.
  • Cure the applied film for 4 hours @75°F with good ventilation and then raise the temperature 30 degrees (°F) every 30 minutes until 130°F is achieved and hold for 24 hours.



Curing Schedule
Surface Temperature Cure For Service Dry For Recoat
45°F (7°C) 4 Days 24 Hours
55°F (13°C) 2 Days 18 Hours
65°F (18°C) 36 Hours 10 Hours
75°F (24°C) 24 Hours 6 Hours
90°F (32°C) 20 Hours 4 Hours



  • The above guidelines are for mixed material using double the normal catalyst levels.
  • The Dry to Recoat times listed indicate the time at which the film is partially cured with a slight surface tack (ideal for topcoating).
  • If the film becomes hard (without tackiness) the surface must be treated with xylol or other suitable aromatic solvent prior to recoating.
  • Alternatively (or if solvent treatment does not create a "tacky" surface), sweep blasting may be used to prepare the surface for recoating.
  • Note: Immersion exposures are limited to salt water immersion only when cured at 45°F (7°C) when using double the catalyst levels.



Surface Preparation


General

  • Properly prepared bare steel only
  • Remove all dirt, dust, oil and all other contaminants from the surface to be coated with Thinner #2 or Surface Cleaner #3 (Refer to Surface Cleaner #3 Instructions) in accordance with SSPC-SP1.

Steel

  • Immersion Service: Abrasive blast to a White Metal Finish in accordance with SSPC-SP5 and obtain a 4-5 mil (100- 125 micron) min. blast profile
  • Non-Immersion: Abrasive blast to a near White Metal Finish in accordance with SSPC-SP10 and obtain a 4-5 mil (100- 125 micron) min. blast profile.

Concrete / CMU

  • Not recommended.



Application Methods


Product Information
Mixing: Power mix Carboglas 1601 SG Part A separately, then add the Catalyst and power mix in the following proportions:
5 Gallon Kit: Part A: 5 Gal: Catalyst: 9.8 fl. oz
1 Gallon Kit: Part A: 1 Gal: Catalyst: 1.97 fl. oz
Pot Life: At normal catalyst levels (1.97 oz/gal) potlife at 75°F is about 90 min
At double the catalyst level the potlife is reduced to 30 min. At elevated temperatures (90°F) these potlife times will be reduced by 50%. The times will vary due to job site conditions and/or volume mass of mixed material. Pot life ends when coating starts to thicken. Take extreme caution when using additional catalyst levels or when using at higher temperatures.
Conventional Spray: Bottom outlet pressure pot with dual regulators, 1/2” I.D. minimum nylon lined material hose, 25’ maximum material hose length, .088” to .110”” I.D. fluid tip and appropriate air cap.
Airless Spray: Pump Ratio: 45:1 (min.)
GPM Output: 3.0 (minimum)
Material Hose: 1/2” I.D. (min.)
Tip Size: .035-.041” (easy clean type)
Output PSI: 2200-2500
Filter Size: Not recommended
Brush & Roller: Not recommended



Chemical Resistance


Typical Chemical Resistance
Exposure Fumes Splashes & Spills
Acids Excellent Excellent
Alkalies Good Good
Salt Excellent Excellent
Solvents Good Fair
Water Excellent Excellent



  • Acids: Mineral or Organic



Health & Safety


Clean Up

  • Use clean potable water followed by butyl glycol or other suitable solvent to dry equipment. In case of spillage, absorb and dispose of in accordance with local applicable regulations

Safety

  • Read and follow all caution statements on this product data sheet and on the MSDS for this product.
  • Employ normal workmanlike safety precautions.
  • Hypersensitive persons should wear protective clothing, gloves and use protective cream on face, hands and all exposed areas.
  • Use adequate ventilation.
  • Keep container closed when not in use.
  • Refer to the safety data sheet in the attachments section above and tin label prior to use.
Product Details
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Data sheet

Manufacturer
Carboline
For Use On
Metal, Steel
Application Method
Brush, Roller, Spray
Colour
Standard / Ready Mixed
Single, Two or Three Pack
Two-Pack
Pack Size
18.4L
Coverage
1572 ft²/gal at 1.0 mils (38.6 m²/l at 25 microns)
Solids by Volume
98% +/- 2%
Solids by Volume
98% +/- 2%
Shelf Life (from date of manufacture)
Part A: Min. 12 months at 75°F (24°C) Catalyst: Min. 6 months at 75°F (24°C) Additive #47: 6 months at 75°F (24°C)
Recommended Dry Film Thickness
20 mils (508 microns) per coat
UN Number (Activator)
UN3105
UN Number (Base)
UN1263
Pot Life
At normal catalyst levels (1.97 oz/gal) potlife at 75°F is about 90 min
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