1 Protective NOVA-PLATE 325. & high TEMPERATURE high pressure . RESISTANT TANK LINING. Marine Coatings PART A B62W325 WHITE. PART B B62V325 CLEAR HARDENER. Revised: September 24, 2013. PRODUCT DESCRIPTION RECOMMENDED USES. NOVA-PLATE 325 is an amine cured, glass & ceramic filled tank For use over prepared steel or masonry surfaces in industrial and lining that utilizes advanced novolac technology. It is engineered marine exposures such as: to protect cargo and steel tank and vessel interiors from aggres- sive chemicals stored and processed at high temperatures and Ballast tank interiors and oil storage tank interiors high pressures.
2 It provides quick return to service, high film build and can be used in applications where conventional, high -solids Oil & fuel storage tanks up to 300 F (149 C). epoxies are not recommended. Chemical holding tanks (CHT). One coat protection Secondary containment Low VOC Acceptable for use with cathodic protection systems Low odor Ethanol storage tanks Extremely high film build One coat application up to 60 mils (1500 microns). Resists thermal cracking Suitable for use in the Mining & Minerals Industry Excellent chemical resistance Oilfield Heater/Treaters high TEMPERATURE immersion resistance Plural-component application Oil/Water Seperators Frac tanks with high TEMPERATURE and high chemical flowback PRODUCT CHARACTERISTICS service Heated rail tank cars Finish: Gloss Color: White PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS.
3 Volume Solids: 98%, 2%, mixed Substrate*: Steel Weight Solids: 98%, 2%, mixed Surface Preparation*: SSPC-SP10. VOC (Theoretical): <50 g/L; lb/gal, mixed System Tested*: 1 ct. NOVA-PLATE 325 @ mils (500-1000 microns) dft Mix Ratio: 2:1 by volume *unless otherwise noted below Recommended Spreading Rate per coat: Test Name Test Method Results Minimum Maximum ASTM D4060, Wet mils (microns) (500) (1000) Abrasion CS17 wheel, Resistance 1000 cycles, 1 kg 50 mg loss Dry mils (microns) (500) (1000) load ~Coverage sq ft/gal (m2/L) 39 ( ) 78 ( Adhesion ASTM D4541 >2000 psi *Can be applied up to mils (1500 microns) dft if required.)
4 Theoretical coverage sq ft/gal NACE TM0185, (m2/L) @ 1 mil / 25 microns dft 1568 ( ) Autoclave 300 F (149 C) @ No effect 2000 psi for 4 days NOTE: Brush or roll application may require multiple coats to achieve maximum film thickness and uniformity of appearance. Cathodic ASTM G8 Passes Disbondment ASTM G42* 185 F (85 C). Drying Schedule @ mils (500 microns): @ 77 F/25 C Dry Heat ASTM D2485 400 F (205 C). 50% RH Resistance To touch: 3 hours Flexibility NACE RP0394 To handle: 6 hours Immersion (in NACE TM0174, To recoat: Ethanol) 120 F (49 C) for 6 No effect months minimum: 3 hours maximum: 7 days Immersion (in NACE TM0174, Sweet & Sour 300 F (149 C) for No effect Foot traffic: 6 hours Crude) 12 months Cure to service: 24-48 hours* Shore D Hardness ASTM D2240 83 minimum *Dependent on service conditions If maximum recoat time is exceeded, mechanically abrade film prior Report No.
5 To applying additional coat. *Charter Project Number 0188-12-08. Drying time is TEMPERATURE , humidity, and film thickness dependent. Immersion (ambient TEMPERATURE ) for the following: Pot Life: 45 minutes Acids ..Recommended Ballast tank mix ..Recommended Sweat-in-Time: None required Crude Shelf Life: 24 months Fresh water ..Recommended Store indoors at 40 F ( C) to Gasoline ..Recommended 100 F (38 C) Sea water ..Recommended Reformulated gasoline ..Recommended Flash Point: 201 F (94 C), PMCC, mixed Reducer: Not recommended Ethanol ..Recommended Methanol.
6 Not Recommended Clean Up: MEK (R6K10) or Reducer R7K104. In California: R7K111 or Acetone Epoxy coatings may darken or yellow after application and curing. continued on back Protective NOVA-PLATE 325. & high TEMPERATURE high pressure . RESISTANT TANK LINING. Marine Coatings PART A B62W325 WHITE. PART B B62V325 CLEAR HARDENER. PRODUCT INFORMATION. RECOMMENDED SYSTEMS SURFACE PREPARATION. Dry Film Thickness / ct. Surface must be clean, dry, and in sound condition. Remove all oil, Mils (Microns) dust, grease, dirt, loose rust, and other foreign material to ensure Steel, immersion: adequate adhesion.
7 1 ct. NOVA-PLATE 325 (500-1000). Refer to product Application Bulletin for detailed surface prepara- Concrete, Secondary Containment: tion information. 1 ct. Corobond 100 Epoxy Primer/Sealer; apply primer to achieve uniform hiding, appearance, and complete Minimum recommended surface preparation: wetting of the concrete surface, approximately 4-6 . Iron & Steel: Coating will be partially absorbed into the concrete. Immersion: SSPC-SP10/NACE2, 2-3 mil Roll out any pudles. (50-75 micron) profile 1 ct. NOVA-PLATE 325 (500-1000) Concrete & Masonry: Secondary Containment: SSPC-SP13/NACE or , or ICRI No.
8 , CSP2-3. Surface Preparation Standards Condition of ISO 8501-1 Swedish Std. Surface BS7079:A1 SIS055900 SSPC NACE. White Metal Sa 3 Sa 3 SP 5 1. Near White Metal Sa Sa SP 10 2. Commercial Blast Sa 2 Sa 2 SP 6 3. Brush-Off Blast Sa 1 Sa 1 SP 7 4. Hand Tool Cleaning Rusted Pitted & Rusted C St 2. D St 2. C St 2. D St 2. SP 2. SP 2. - - Power Tool Cleaning Rusted Pitted & Rusted C St 3. D St 3. C St 3. D St 3. SP 3. SP 3. - - TINTING. Do not tint. APPLICATION CONDITIONS. TEMPERATURE : Air & surface: 50 F (10 C) minimum, 110 F (43 C). maximum Relative humidity: 85% maximum Refer to product Application Bulletin for detailed application information.
9 ORDERING INFORMATION. Packaging: Part A: 5 gallon ( ) containers and 50 gallon (189L) drums Part B: 5 gallon ( ) containers and 50 gallon (189L) drums Weight: , lb/gal ; Kg/L, mixed SAFETY PRECAUTIONS. Refer to the MSDS sheet before use. The systems listed above are representative of the product's use, Published technical data and instructions are subject to change other systems may be appropriate. without notice. Contact your Sherwin-Williams representative for ad- ditional technical data and instructions. DISCLAIMER WARRANTY. The Sherwin-Williams Company warrants our products to be free of manufactur- The information and recommendations set forth in this Product Data Sheet are ing defects in accord with applicable Sherwin-Williams quality control procedures.
10 Based upon tests conducted by or on behalf of The Sherwin-Williams Company. Liability for products proven defective, if any, is limited to replacement of the defec- Such information and recommendations set forth herein are subject to change and tive product or the refund of the purchase price paid for the defective product as pertain to the product offered at the time of publication. Consult your Sherwin- determined by Sherwin-Williams. NO OTHER WARRANTY OR GUARANTEE. OF ANY KIND IS MADE BY SHERWIN-WILLIAMS, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, Williams representative to obtain the most recent Product Data Information and STATUTORY, BY OPERATION OF LAW OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING MER- Application Bulletin.