MCO 200 – Corrosion Resistant Primer & Coating
£122.00 – £477.00 Excl VAT
MaxCor 200 corrosion resistant epoxy primer and coating. The material solvent based with a high solids content. Designed to provide long-term corrosion protection to the externals of new and existing steel structures even when the surface preparation is restricted.
MaxCor 200 - Corrosion Resistant primer Coating
MaxCor 200 corrosion resistant epoxy primer and coating. The material solvent based with a high solids content.
Designed to provide long term corrosion protection to the externals of new and existing steel structures even when surface preparation is restricted. The material is highly resistant to marine and industrial environments, buried conditions, effluents, salt water, most chemicals and a wide range of oils.
Once cured the product provides excellent resistance against:
- Chemical Attack
- Environmental damage
- Structural steel
- Storage tanks
- External pipe protection
- Internal pipelining
- The lining of fuel storage tanks
- The lining of chemical storage tanks
- External protection for pumps, valves and process equipment
- High solids content
- Chemical resistance
- Outstanding corrosion resistance
- Easy mix formulation
- Resists wide range of chemicals
- For contact with diluted chemical
- long-term asset protection
- Aids application on site
- Prepare the surface
- Mix the material
- Stripe coat all joints and seams
- Apply the base at a target film thickness of 150 microns
- Apply top-coat if required target film thickness of 150 microns
- Allow for curing
- Inspect the coating for any pinholes or misses and repair where necessary
Degrease the repair area with MEK or similar solvent to remove any surface contamination, using angular grit, grit-blast to SO 8501/4 Standard SA2.5 (SSPC SP10/ NACE 2) and a minimum blast profile of 75 microns.
Once blast cleaned, the surface must be dust free and cleaned again using MEK or similar solvent. All surfaces must be repaired or coated before oxidation or gingering occurs.
For salt contaminated surfaces the component must be abrasive blast cleaned and left for 24 hours to allow any ingrained meters to come to the surface. After this 24 hours, the surface should be washed down, before flash blasting to remove any remaining surface salts. Repeat the process until all ingrained salts have meters.
For surfaces already rebuilt with MaxMet 100 or MaxCeram 100, no further surface preparation will be required where over-coating takes place within 3hours.
Do not apply when the ambient or substrate temperature is less than 10°C or when the relative humidity is higher than 90%.
Mix the base component (grey ) with the activator component (amber liquid) in full units as supplied paddle mixer. For small quantities us a mixing ratio of:
4:1 By volume or 4.5:1 by weight
When mixing both materials, it is essential to have a uniform grey fluid, that is streak free. Once combined, the material should be used within 15-20 minutes at 20°C.
To ensure best results use the mixed fluid as soon possible after mixing.
Application Base Coat
Mix and apply the material directly to the prepared surface, using a brush, roller or airless spray. Check the wet film thickness on a regular basis ensuring correct coating thickness of a minimum 150 microns. Coverage1ltr of the mixed product will cover 6.6 sq metres at a nominal thickness of 150 microns.
Usable life at 20°C
Minimum – the applied material can be overcoated as soon as it is touch dry. Maximum – over-coating time 24 hours.