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Thick Vinyl Ester Coating

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS:

Description
HJ-222 coating is a 30-40 mils (750-
1000 microns) thick novolac vinyl ester resin system with
graphite fillers, which exhibits excellent resistance to both
aliphatic and aromatic organic and inorganic acids. It provides
excellent resistance to hydrofluoric acid. 222GF
coating can be used where electrical conductivity is
required.
Typical Uses
• Tanks & steel structures.
• Trenches & pits.
• Vaults & dikes.
• Secondary containment.
• Floors.
Advantages
• Outstanding chemical resistance.
• Used on floors where electrical conductivity is needed.
• Quick turn around for service.
Chemical Resistance
Information on the chemical resistance properties will be
furnished on request.

Surface Preparation
Metal - For immersion or intermittent splash and spillage
conditions, abrasive blast to “White Metal” in accordance with
Steel Structures Painting Council Specifications SP-5 (Sa3
) or NACE Specification #1. For fumes
and dry environments, abrasive blast to “Near White” in
accordance with SP-10 (Sa2½ ) or NACE
#2. A minimum surface profile of 3.0 mils (75 microns) is
required.
Concrete – Abrasive blasting or scarification to remove
laitance and surface contaminants is recommended. Concrete
must be thoroughly cured, free of oils, curing solutions and
mold release agents, dust and must be dry at time of
application. Use ASTM D 4263 (plastic sheet test method) to
ensure concrete is moisture free. If moisture is detected, retest
until dry.
Application


Mixing Ratio

By Volume

HJ-A142 Primer

 

HJ-A005 Resin

1 gal (3.79 liters)

#2 Hardener

2.5 oz (74 ml)

HJ-226

 

HJ-226 Resin

1 gal (3.79 liters)

#2 Hardener

2.5 oz (74 ml)

The coating system consists of a primer, spray applied base
coat and topcoat, with a nominal dry film thickness of 30 to 40
mils (750-1000 microns). It can be applied on concrete and
metal surfaces with proper surface preparation
Priming
Prime surfaces with 2.0 to 5.0 wet mils (50-125 microns) of
HJ-A005 . Use HJ-A142 Primer with the
addition of Powder (5.2 lbs (2.36kg) per 5 gal
unit (18.93 liters)) when spark testing (high voltage holiday
testing) will be conducted on concrete.
Mechanically premix 222GF resin for 2 minutes
prior to adding hardener. After initial mixing, add 2-1/2 oz (74
ml) of #2C Hardener per gallon of 222GF resin
and mix three additional minutes.
Apply HJ-226resin and hardener at to 32 mils
(500-800 microns) WFT to yield 15 to 25 mils (375-625
microns) DFT, target of 18 mils (450 microns) DFT. Allow to
harden. Repeat for second coat application.
Thinning
None required. DO NOT THIN.
Application Equipment
Spray application is recommended. Small areas may be
coated by brush or roller. See installation procedure for
equipment recommendations.
Brush or Roller
When applied by brush or roller, three coats may be required
to achieve recommended film thickness.
Handling Properties

Working Time

HJ-A005

HJ-226

50°F (10°C)

60 min

1-1/2 hr

70°F (21°C)

45 min

1 hr

90°F (32°C)

min

45 min

Recoat

HJ-A005

HJ-226

50°F (10°C) 70°F (21°C) 90°F (32°C)

5 hrs 2 hrs 1 hrs

12-24 hrs 4-8 hrs 3-4 hrs

HJ-226coating must be recoated within
7 days when shaded from sunlight. If the coating is applied in
sunlight (even on cloudy days) it must be recoated within 4
hours to obtain proper intercoat adhesion.

Time to Place in Service

50°F (10°C)

48 hrs

70°F (21°C)

24 hrs

90°F (32°C)

16 hrs

Coverage
HJ-A142 Primer
Concrete 160 - 0 ft2/gal (3.9-4.9 m2/liter)
approx. 140 - 160 ft2/gal
Steel 250 - 300 ft2/gal (6-7.2m2/liter)
HJ-226
25 to 35 ft2/gal (0.6 to 0.85 m2/liter)
Packaging
The following standard packages are available:
HJ-A142 Primer 1, 5, 30 gal units (3.79, 18.93, 113.55 liter
units)
HJ-226 0.75, 4, 25 gal units (2.84, 15.14,
94.63 liter units)
Storage
Store in a cool, dry and covered location away from fire
hazards and direct sunlight. Minimum shelf life at 70°F (21°C)
for products indicated below:
HJ-A142 Primer 6 months
HJ-226 3 months
Higher temperatures will shorten the shelf life of these
products. The packing drums are to be kept tightly sealed and
are to be resealed each time materials have been removed.
All liquid products are to be stored in a frost-free place.
Safety
HJ-226 contains vinyl ester resins and
cumene peroxide catalyst. The product’s components have
been formulated to optimize physical characteristics such as
filling capacity, abrasion, moisture and chemical resistance
while minimizing hazardous physical and health factors
encountered during application. A concerted effort is made to
be aware of the latest chemical toxicological information and
to apply this knowledge in a responsible manner to insure
product safety.
During application of HJ-226materials,
always wear gloves and appropriate work clothing to minimize
contact. Ventilation is required with special consideration for
enclosed or confined areas. Air movement must be designed
to insure turnover at all locations in work area and adjacent
areas to avoid buildup of heavy vapors. Use caution when
handling flammable liquids, eliminate sources of ignition from
work area and containers with residues.
Observe safe storage practices by separating resins from
hardeners, by keeping solvents in a cool area, free of sources
of ignitions.
Product Material Safety Data Sheets are available and should
be consulted when handling products. These products are for
industrial and professional use only; application directions
must be followed.
Maintenance
Periodically inspect the applied material and repair localized
areas as needed. Consult your representative for
additional information.
Technical and Physical Data

 

Test Standard

Unit

Value

Color and Generic Type

 

 

Dark Gray Vinyl ester

Viscosity - mixed

ASTM D 2393

cps

3,500 to 4,000 @ 77 ºF

Tensile Bond Strength

ASTM D 4541

Psi (MPa)

500 to 2,000 (3.4 to 14 )

Tensile Elongation

 

%

0.3 to 0.5

Flexural Strength

ASTM D 890

Psi (MPa)

3,500 to 4,000 (24 to 28 )

Flexural Modulus

ASTM D 790

Psi (GPa)

0.5 to 0.7 x 106 (3.5 to 4.8 )

Density (wt. per gal)

ASTM D 1475

lbs/gal (kg/liter)

10.0 + 0.2 (1.2 + 0.02)

Moisture Permeability

ASTM E96 Proc. E

perm inch (perm cm)

0.002 (0.005)

Tensile Strength

ASTM D-638

Psi (MPa)

2,500 to 3,500 (17 to 24)

Service Temperature Limits

Immersion/Condensing

ºF (ºC)

140 (60)

(continuous)

Fumes

 

 350 (177)

 

Continuous Dry

 

 

Electrical Properties*

Megger Reading

Ohms

25,000 to 250,000

Shelf Life**

 

Months

3 @ 70 ºF (21 ºC )

Volatile Organic Compounds

24

lbs/gal (g/l)

1.88 (225)

Flash Point

Pensky Martens Closed Cup

ºF (ºC)

89ºF (32ºC)

*Typical reading over three feet distance when applied over HJ-A142 Primer with Powder (Conductive).
**30 days or less at greater than 80ºF (26.7ºC).
Important Note
The information in this data sheet is not intended to be exhaustive; any person using the product for any purpose other than that specifically recommended in this data sheet without first
obtaining written confirmation from us as to the suitability of the product for the intended purpose does so at their own risk. All advice given or statements made about the product (whether in
this data sheet or otherwise) is correct to the best of our knowledge but we have no control over the quality or the condition of the substrate or the many factors affecting the use and application
of the product.

 



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