A gloss finish for use with
CR Thick coat where a decorative finish, or a wider colour range is
required. Chlorinated Rubber Finish should be specified where protection
is required against severe chemical spillage, very wet or damp conditions.
It should not be used where solvent spillage occurs, or where resistance
to vegetable or other oils is required. It has excellent resistant
to mould growth and is suitable for the protection of cement or masonry
surfaces in Laboratories, Chemical Factories, toilets, etc. It is
single-pack and has no re-coat limitations. The quick drying time
assists in plant maintenance work during brief shut-down periods.
PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF WET PAINT
(Colour - White Other colours will dry)
15 ± 2
Plasticised chlorinated rubber
30 ± 2
54 ± 2
30 ± 2
gravity of paint
1.13 ± 0.02
OF DRY FILM :
time of Standard thickness
8 hours, by brush 24 hours
80-130 microns (3.2-5.2 Mils)
25-40 (1-1.5 Mils)
coverage on smooth 7.55 - 12.1 m2/1 Surface
Chlorinated rubber coating have poor resistance to
oil land solvents. Heat resistance is Poor. Do not apply to surfaces
which exceed 65ºC. Not suitable for self weathering.
Use over Chlorinated Rubber Thickcoating.
The coating should be clean, dry and free from grease and chemical
contaminants. The removal of contaminants must include washing with
fresh water to remove soluble salts.
Chemical and Water Resistance
Chlorinated Rubber Coating systems applied
to correctly prepared surfaces will withstand immersion in sea and
fresh water (not recommended for surfaces in contact with drinking
water), dilute acids and alkalis, alphatic hydrocarbons , concentrated
acids and alkalis. For resistance to vegetable oils, chlorinated solvents,
ketones, aromatic hydrocarbons and esters, an Epoxy Finish system
On dry heated metal surfaces, upto 65ºC (130ºF)
on immersed surfaces, upto 43ºC (110ºF)