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Tintable Chlorinated Rubber Finish

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS:

FEATURES
• EXCELLENT WAT IMPMEABILITY & SALT SPRAY RESISTANCE
• RESISTANT TO MOULD & MILDEW
• FULLY TINTABLE – AVAILABLE IN OV 5,000 COLOURS
• SINGLE PACK RECOATABLE FINISH
USES HJ-22 Finish is recommended for the protection of steel structures such as cranes, bridges, conveyors,
barges, dredges etc. especially under marine conditions.
HJ-22coatings are also frequently specified in fertiliser plants, plating shops, paper mills, breweries, exterior
coatings on chemical storage tanks and in the mining industry. Also on masonry buildings and cold rooms under
conditions of high humidity and condensation. Because of their thermoplastic nature, chlorinated rubber should be
coated on site.

RESISTANCE GUIDE
HEAT RESISTANCE
WEATHABILITY
SOLVENTS
ACIDS
Up to 65°C dry heat.
Some chalking will occur with exterior
exposure if not topcoated. This will not
detract from the resistance properties
of the coating.
Resists splash and spillage of aliphatic
solvents and mineral oils. Poor
resistance to other solvents.
Suitable for splash and spillage
exposure to most solutions of
inorganic acids.
ALKALIS
SALTS
WAT
ABRASION
Good resistance to splash and spillage of
most common alkalis.
Unaffected by splash and spillage of most
salt solutions.
Excellent resistance to fresh and salt water
but not suitable for immersion.
Good for single pack coating.
TYPICAL PROPTIES AND APPLICATION DATA
CLASSIFICATION
Tintable chlorinated rubber finish
FINISH Gloss
COLOUR White, Golden Yellow, and a full range of tinted
colours.
COMPONENTS One
SOLIDS BY VOLUME 35% (White)
FLASH POINT 24°C
POT LIFE Not applicable
MIXING RATIO (V/V) Single Pack
THINN

APPLICATION CONDITIONS
Min
Max
Air Temperature 5°C 40°C
Substrate Surface Temperature
Relative Humidity
5°C 40°C
85%
Min Max Recom.
Wet film per coat (microns) 115 170 145
Dry film per coat (microns) 40 60 50
SUITABLE SUBSTRATES
PRIMS
APPLICATION METHODS
Suitably primed steel, aluminium,
zinc coated steel and concrete.
Two pack epoxy, inorganic zinc
and selected single pack primers.
Roller, conventional, airless spray
or air assisted spray.
Drying characteristics at 50 microns dry film thickness
Overcoat
Temperature Humidity Touch Handle Full Cure Min Max
25° C 50% 4 Hours 24 Hours 7 Days 6 Hours Indefinite
These figures are given as a guide only, as ventilation, film thickness, humidity, thinning and other factors will influence the rate of drying.
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TYPICAL SYSTEMS (For specific requirements contact us)

SURFACE

PREPARATION GUIDE

SYSTEM

DRY FILM THICKNESS

STEEL

Abrasive blast AS1627.4 Class 2.5

1st Coat

HJ-010

75 Microns

 

 

2nd Coat

HJ-227

100 Microns

 

 

3rd Coat

Finish

50 Microns

1st Coat

HJ-223

50 Microns

 

 

2nd Coat

HJ-215

90 Microns

 

 

3rd Coat

Finish

50 Microns

CONCRETE

Acid etch, or sweep blast.

1st Coat

White Primer

50 Microns

 

Dust off, wash clean with water and

2nd Coat

Finish

50 Microns

 

allow to dry.

3rd Coat

Finish

50 Microns

 

 

 

(Thin first coat 10-15%)

 

SURFACE PREPARATION
It is recommended that specifiers follow the guidelines for surface preparation from the data sheet for the
primer selected. The primer surface must be free from grease, oil, dirt and other loosely adhering
materials.
APPLICATION Stir contents of each can thoroughly with a broad flat stirrer using a stirring, lifting action or use a power
mixer. Ensure bases have been tinted to the correct colour before use . Box all containers before
use to ensure colour consistency. Remix thoroughly before using.
BRUSH/ROLL Application is satisfactory under all but the hottest conditions. Apply even coats of the mixed material to
the prepared surface. When brushing and rolling additional coats may be required to attain the specified
thickness. Do not overwork, as wet edge properties are limited.
CONVENTIONAL SPRAY
Gun: 1.4mm
Pressure at Pot: 70-100 kPa (10-15 p.s.i.)
P ressure at Gun: 410-490 kPa (60-70 p.s.i.)
AIRLESS SPRAY Standard airless spray equipment with a fluid tip of 13-15
thou (0.33-0.38mm) and a tip pressure air supply of 550-690 kPa (80-100 p.s.i.). Thinning is not normally
required but up to 100 ml/litre of HJ-630 may be added to ease application.
PRECAUTIONS This is an industrial product designed for use by experienced applicators. Do not apply in conditions outside the
parameters stated in this document . Do not apply
at temperatures below 5°C. Do not apply at relative humidity above 85% or when the surface is less than
3°C above the dewpoint. Do not apply on structures subject to sustained surface temperatures above
65°C or where spillage of solvent may occur. Do not weld or flame cut through chlorinated rubber
coatings. Due to their thermoplastic nature, chlorinated rubber coatings are more suited to on site
application. If transporting shortly after application care should be taken to ensure painted surfaces are
not in contact.
CLEAN UP Clean all equipment with HJ-630 immediately after use.
. Aged coating should be tested for lifting by a method appropriate for the coating thickness, for example
‘X’ cut or cross-hatch methods. If it lifts, remove it. The surface must be free of oil, grease and other
contaminants. High-pressure water wash at 8.3 to 10.3 MPa (1,0 – 1,500 p.s.i.) to remove loosely
adhering chalk and dust. Abrasion may be required depending on surface condition.
SAFETY PRECAUTIONS Read Data Sheet, Material Safety Data Sheet and any precautionary labels on containers.
STORAGE Store as required for a flammable liquid Class 3 in a bunded area under cover. Store in well-ventilated
area away from sources of heat or ignition. Keep containers closed at all times.
HANDLING As with any chemical, ingestion, inhalation and prolonged or repeated skin contact should be avoided by
good occupational work practice. Eye protection should be worn where there is a
risk of splashes entering the eyes. Always wash hands before smoking, eating, drinking or using the
toilet.
USING Use with good ventilation and avoid inhalation of spray mists and fumes. If risk of inhalation of spray
mists exists, wear combined organic vapour/particulate respirator.
FLAMMABILITY This product is flammable. All sources of ignition must be eliminated in, or near the working area. DO
NOT SMOKE. Fight fire with foam, CO2 or dry chemical powder. On burning will emit toxic fumes.
WELDING Avoid inhalation of fumes if welding surfaces coated with this paint. Grind off coating before welding.
A MATIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET IS AVAILABLE FROM CUSTOM SVICE

 



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