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Interline 975

Interline 975

Brand: International Paint

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A two component, solvent free, heavy duty epoxy tank lining.

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A two component, solvent free, heavy duty epoxy tank lining.

Where To Use

For application to steel tank internals to provide corrosion resistance to a range of products
including crude oil, white oils and potable water.

Suitable for application over concrete for lining and secondary containment purposes

Technical Information

The detailed Interline 975 Application Guidelines should be consulted prior to use.
Exact specification for total dry film thickness and number of coats will be dependent upon service end use requirements. Consult International Protective Coatings for specific advice regarding tank lining applications.Interline 975 is a solvent free high viscosity material and can be applied by standard airless spray equipment. Refer to Interline 975 Application Guidelines for detailed information. Apply by airless spray only. Application by other methods, e.g. brush or roller, may require more than one coat and is suggested for small areas only or initial stripe coating. Heavily pitted areas should be stripe coated by brush, toensure good "wetting" of the surface. Do not apply at steel temperatures below 10°C (50°F). Surface temperature must always be a minimum of 3°C (5°F) above dew point. The climatic conditions within the tank must be controlled as recommended in the Interline 975 Application Guidelines. The relative humidity within the confines of the tank should be controlled using dehumidification equipment. Where such equipment is not available, a single coat application technique should be employed to avoid intercoat adhesion problems. Where multi-coat systems are to be used, optimum intercoat adhesion is best achieved by keeping the overcoating interval as short as possible. Exposure to unacceptably low temperatures and/or high humidities during or immediately after application may result in incomplete cure and surface contamination that could jeopardise subsequent intercoat adhesion. After the last coat has cured hard, the coating system dry film thickness should be measured using a suitable non-destructive magnetic gauge to verify the average total applied system thickness. The coating system should be free of all pinholes or other holidays and verified using a suitable method as recommended in the Interline 975 Application Guidelines. The cured film should be essentially free of runs, sags, drips, inclusions or other defects. All deficiencies and defects should be corrected. The repaired areas shall be retested and allowed to cure as specified before placing the finished lining into service. Consult International Protective Coatings Interline 975 Application Guidelines for detailed repair procedures.


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