The specialty epoxy resins used in these series of products provide an upgraded level of service over solvent bearing linings. They are spray applied materials through either plural-component or regular airless equipment. They offer low temperature cure, fast return to service and outstanding chemical resistance in a single-coat application.
These lining systems have been formulated with a polymeric chain of novolac-resin to further fortify the matrix of the film. This additional backbone provides an even wider range of chemical resistance allowing for service in alcohols, solvents, industrial wastewater and other aggressive immersion conditions. 4700 Series also shares the same low-temperature and single-coat application features as those found in the 4600 Series Epoxy.
This group of vinyl ester products offers the widest range of chemical and temperature resistance. Available in trowel, roll, catalyst-injection spray and other forms of material transfer allowing for options to fit the conditions of your project. ProLine 4800 materials offer multiple linings with independent extraction certifications meeting FDA/Title 21 175.300, in regular temperature and elevated conditions, as well as low-styrene versions meeting California South Coast Air Quality Management Rule 1162 for styrene emissions.
Introducing the industry first FDA 175.300 coating system to have all lining components including the primer, independently tested in all Conditions of Use & Food Tables. The system is also the first to address elevated processing temperatures along with cycling conditions in food grade reactors and vessels.