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SHERWIN WILLIAMS Date December 6 2006 Industrial

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(Shop applied system, new construction, AWWA D102-03, can also be used at 3 mils minimum dft when used as an intermediate coat as part of a multi-coat system) 1 ct. Macropoxy 646 Fast Cure Epoxy @3.0-6.0mils dft 1-2 cts. of recommended topcoat Steel: 1 ct. Recoatable Epoxy Primer @ 4.0 - 6.0 mils dft 2 cts. Macropoxy 646 @ 5.0 - 10.0 mils dft/ct



Industrial RECEIVED 4 53
via n 2006 MACROPOXY 646
Marine FAST CURE EPOXY
Coatings PART A B58 600 SERIES
PART B B58V600 HARDENER
PRODUCT INFORMATION Revised 9 06
PRODUCT DESCRIPTION RECOMMENDED USES
MACROPOXY 646 FAST CURE EPOXY is a high solids high Marine applications
build fast drying polyamide epoxy designed to protect steel Fabrication shops Refineries
and concrete in industrial exposures Ideal for maintenance Pulp and paper mills Chemical plants
painting and fabrication shop applications The high solids Power plants Tank exteriors
content ensures adequate protection of sharp edges corners Offshore platforms Water treatment plants
and welds This product can be applied directly to marginally Mill White and Black are acceptable for immersion use for
prepared steel surfaces salt water and fresh water not acceptable for potable water
Low VOC Chemical resistant Suitable for use in USDA inspected facilities
Low odor Abrasion resistant
Conforms to AWWA D102 03 OCS 5
PRODUCT CHARACTERISTICS PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS
System Tested unless otherwise indicated
Finish Semi Gloss Substrate Steel
Surface Preparation SSPGSP10
Color Mill White Black and a wide range 1 ct Macropoxy 646 Fast Cure 6 0 mils dft
of colors available through tinting Abrasion Resistance
Method ASTM D4060 CS17 wheel 1000 cycles 1 kg load
Volume Solids 72 t 2 mixed Result 84 mg loss
Mill White Accelerated Weathering QUV Zinc Clad II Plus Primer
Weight Solids 85 2 mixed Method ASTM D4587 QUV A 12 000 hours
Mill White Results passes
VOC EPA Method 24 Unreduced 250 g L 2 08 Ib gal Adhesion
mixed Reduced 10 300 g L 2 50 lb gal Method ASTM D4541
Result 1 037 psi
Mix Ratio 1 1 by volume Corrosion Weathering Zinc Clad II Plus Primer
Method ASTM D5894 36 cycles 12 000 hours
Result Rating 10 per ASTM D714 for blistering
Recommended Spreading Rate per coat Rating 9 per ASTM D610 for rusting
Wet mils 7 0 13 5 Direct Impact Resistance
Dry mils 5 0 10 0 Method ASTM D2794
Coverage 116 232 sq ft gal approximate Result 30 in l b
Dry Heat Resistance
NOTE Brush or roll application may require multiple coats to achieve Method ASTM D2485
maximum film thickness and uniformity of appearance Result 250 F
ee Recommended Systems Exterior Durability
Method 1 year at 45 South
D ying Schedule 7 0 mils wet and 50 RH Result Excellent chalks
Flexibility
40 F 77 F 100 F Method ASTM D522 180 bend 3 4 mandrel
To touch 4 5 hours 2 hours 1 z hours Result Passes
To handle 48 hours 8 hours 4 2 hours Humidity Resistance
To recoat Method ASTM D4585 6000 hrs
minimum 48 hours 8 hours 4 2 hours Result No blistering cracking or rusting
maximum 1 year 1 year 1 year Immersion
Cure for Method 1 year fresh and salt water
service 10 days 7 days 4 days Result Passes no rusting blistering or loss of adhesion
immersion 14 days 7 days 4 days Irradiation Effects on Coatings used in Nuclear Power Plants
If maximum recoat time is exceeded abrade surface before recoating Method ANSI 5 12 ASTM D4082 89
Drying time istemperature humidityandfilm thickness dependent Result Passes
Pencil Hardness
Pot Life 10 hours Method ASTM D3363
4 hours 2 hours Result 3H
Water Vapor Permeance
Sweat in time 30 minutes 30 minutes 15 minutes Method ASTM D1653 Method B
Result 1 16 grains day
Shelf Life 36 months unopened Salt Fog Resistance Zinc Clad II Plus Primer
Store indoors at 40 F to 100 F Method ASTM B117 6 500 hours
Result Rating 10 per ASTM D610 for rusting
Flash Point 60 F TCC mixed Rating 9 per ASTM D1654 for corrosion
Slip Coefficient Mill White
Reducer Clean Up Reducer R71 15 Method AISC Specification for Structural Joints Using ASTM
In California Reducer R71 111 or Oxsol 100 A325 or ASTM A490 Bolts
Result Class A 0 36
Epoxy coatings may darken or discolor followi ng application and curing
Epoxy 4 53 continued on back
Industrial 4 53
MACROPOXY 646
Marine MATERIALS
EIUR4 AL FAST CURE EPOXY
Coating s PART A B58 600 SERIES
PART B B68V600 HARDENER
PRODUCT INFORMATION
RECOMMENDED SYSTEMS SURFACE PREPARATION
Immersion and atmospheric Surface must be clean dry and in sound condition Remove all oil
dust grease dirt loose rust and other foreign material to ensure
Steel good adhesion
2 cts Macropoxy 646 5 0 10 0 mils dft ct Refer to product Application Bulletin for detailed surface preparation
information
Concrete Masonry smooth Minimum recommended surface preparation
2 cts Macropoxy 646 5 0 10 0 mils dft ct Iron Steel
Concrete Block Atmospheric SSPC SP2 3
1 ct Kern Cati Coat HS Epoxy Filler Sealer Immersion SSPC SP 10 NACE 2 2 3 mil profile
10 0 20 0 mils dft as needed to fill voids and provide Aluminum SSPC SP1
a continuous substrate Galvanizing SSPC SP1
2 cts Macropoxy 646 5 0 10 0 mils dft ct Concrete Masonry
Atmospheric SSPC SP 13 NACE 6 or ICRI 03732 CSP
Atmospheric Immersion SSPC SP 13 NACE 6 4 3 1 or 4 3 2 or
Steel ICR103732 CSP 1 3
Shop applied system new construction AWWA D102 03 can also
be used at 3 mils minimum dft when used as an intermediate coat TINTING
as part of a multi coat system
1 ct Macropoxy 646 Fast Cure Epoxy Tint Part Awith 844 Colorants at 150 strength Five minutes minimum
3 0 6 0mils dft mixing on a mechanical shaker is required for complete mixing of
1 2 cts of recommended topcoat color
1 ct Recoatable Epoxy Primer 4 0 6 0 mils dft Tinting is not recommended for immersion service
2 cts Macropoxy 646 5 0 10 0 mils dft ct
APPLICATION CONDITIONS
1 ct Macropoxy 646 4 0 6 0 mils dft Temperature 40 F minimum 140 F maximum
1 2 cts Acrolon 218 Polyurethane 3 0 6 0 mils dft ct air surface and material
or Hi Solids Polyurethane 3 0 5 0 mils dfUct At least 5 F above dew point
or SherThane 2K Urethane 2 0 4 0 mils dft ct Relative humidity 85 maximum
2 cts Macropoxy 646 5 0 10 0 mils dft ct Refer to product Application Bulletin for detailed application informa
1 2 cts Tile Clad HS Epoxy 2 5 4 0 mils dftlct tion
Steel ORDERING INFORMATION
1 ct Zinc Clad II Plus 3 0 6 0 mils dft
1 ct Macropoxy 646 5 0 10 0 mils dft Packaging
1 2 cts Acrolon 218 Polyurethane 3 0 6 0 mils dft ct Part A 1 and 5 gallon containers
Steel Part B 1 and 5 gallon containers
1 ct Zinc Clad III HS 3 0 5 0 mils dft
or Zinc Clad IV 3 0 5 0 mils dft Weight per gallon 12 7 t 0 2 Ib
1 ct Macropoxy 646 5 0 10 0 mils dft mixed may vary by color
1 2 cts Acrolon 218 Polyurethane 3 0 6 0 mils dft ct
Aluminum SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
2 cts Macropoxy 646 5 0 10 0 mils dft ct Refer to the MSDS sheet before use
Galvanizing
2 cts Macropoxy 646 5 0 10 0 mils dft ct Published technical data and instructions are subject to change with
out notice Contact your Sherwin Williams representative for addi
The systems listed above are representative of the product s use tional technical data and instructions
Other systems may be appropriate
DISCLAIMER WARRANTY
The information and recommendations set forth in this Product Data Sheet are The Sherwin Williams Company warrants our products to be free of manufactur
based upon tests conducted by or on behalf of The Sherwin Williams Company ing defects in accord with applicable Sherwin Williams quality control procedures
Such information and recommendations set forth herein are subject to change Liability for products proven defective if any is limited to replacement of the
and pertain to the product offered at the time of publication Consult your defective product or the refund of the purchase price paid for the defective
Sherwin Williams representative to obtain the most recent Product Data Infor product as determined by Sherwin Williams NO OTHER WARRANTY OR GUAR
mation and Application Bulletin ANTEE OF ANY KIND IS MADE BY SHERWIN WILLIAMS EXPRESSED OR
IMPLIED STATUTORY BY OPERATION OF LAW OR OTHERWISE INCLUD
ING ME RCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
ECEIVE I 4 53A
MACROPOXY 646
Marine MATE F 0 s FAST CURE EPOXY
Coatings PART A B58 600 SERIES
PART B B58V600 HARDENER
APPLICATION BULLETIN Revised 9 06
SURFACE PREPARATION APPLICATION CONDITIONS
Surface must be clean dry and in sound condition Remove all oil Temperature 40 F minimum 140 F maximum
dust grease dirt loose rust and other foreign material to ensure air surface and material
adequate adhesion At least 5 F above dew point
Iron Steel Atmospheric Service
Minimum surface preparation is Hand Tool Clean per SSPC SP2 Re Relative humidity 85 maximum
move all oil and grease from surface by Solvent Cleaning per SSPC
SP1 For better performance use Commercial Blast Cleaning per SSPC
SP6 NACE 3 blast clean all surfaces using a sharp angular abrasive
for optimum surface profile 2 mils Prime any bare steel within 8
hours or before flash rusting occurs
Iron Steel Immersion Service APPLICATION EQUIPMENT
Remove all oil and grease from surface by Solvent Cleaning per SSPC
The following is a guide Changes in pressures and tip sizes
SP1 Minimum surface preparation is Near White Metal Blast Cleaning
may be needed for proper spray characteristics Always purge
per SSPC SP10 NACE 2 Blast dean all surfaces using a sharp angu
spray equipment before use with listed reducer Any reduction
lar abrasive for optimum surface profile 2 3 mils Remove all weld
spatter and round all sharp edges by grinding Prime any bare steel must be compliant with existing VOC regulations and com
the same day as it is cleaned patible with the existing environmental and application condi
Aluminum tions
Remove all oil grease dirt oxide and other foreign material by Solvent
Cleaning per SSPC SP1 Reducer Clean Up Reducer R7K15
Galvanized Steel In California Reducer R7K111
Allow to weather a minimum of six months prior to coating Solvent
Clean per SSPC SP1 recommended solvent is VM P Naphtha When Airless Spray
weathering is not possible or the surface has been treated with Pump 30 1
chromates or silicates first Solvent Clean per SSPC SP1 and apply a Pressure 2800 3000 psi
test patch Allow paint to dry at least one week before testing adhe Hose 1 4 ID
sion If adhesion is poor brush blasting per SSPC SP7 is necessary to Tip 017 023
remove these treatments Rusty galvanizing requires a minimum of Filter 60 mesh
Hand Tool Cleaning per SSPC SP2 prime the area the same day as Reduction As needed up to 10 by volume
Concrete and Masonry Atmospheric Service
Conventional Spray
For surface preparation refer to NACE 6 SSPC SP13 or ICRI 03732
Gun DeVilbiss MBC 510
CSP 1 3 Surfaces should be thoroughly clean and dry Concrete and
mortar must be cured at least 28 days 75 F Remove all loose Fluid Tip E
mortar and foreign material Surface must be free of laitance con Air Nozzle 704
crete dust dirt form release agents moisture curing membranes Atomization Pressure 60 65 psi
loose cement and hardeners Fill bug holes air pockets and other Fluid Pressure 10 20 psi
voids with a cement patching compound Weathered masonry and Reduction As needed up to 10 by volume
soft or porous cement board must be brush blasted or power tool Requires oil and moisture separators
cleaned to remove loosely adhering contamination and to get to a
hard firm surface Laitance must be removed by etching with a 10 Brush
muriatic acid solution and thoroughly neutralized with water Brush Nylon Polyester or Natural Bristle
Concrete and Masonry Immersion Service Reduction Not recommended
For surface preparation refer to SSPC SP13 NACE 6 Section 4 3 1
or 4 3 2 or ICRI 03732 CSP 1 3 Roller
Previously Painted Surfaces Cover 3 8 woven with phenolic core
If in sound condition clean the surface of all foreign material Smooth Reduction Not recommended
hard or glossy coatings and surfaces should be dulled by abrading
the surface Apply a test area allowing paint to dry one week before If specific application equipment is listed above equivalent
testing adhesion If adhesion is poor or if this product attacks the
equipment may be substituted
previous finish removal of the previous coating may be necessary If
paint is peeling or badly weathered clean surface to sound substrate
and treat as a new surface as above
Epoxy 4 53A continued on back
Industrial
RECEIVED 4 53A
MAC RO POXY 646
Marine cEJ
FAST CURE EPOXY
Coatings PART A B58 600 SERIES
PART B B58V600 HARDENER
APPLICATION BULLETIN
APPLICATION PROCEDURES PERFORMANCE TIPS
Surface preparation must be completed as indicated Stripe coat all crevices welds and sharp angles to prevent
early failure in these areas
Mix contents of each component thoroughly with power agita
tion Make certain no pigment remains on the bottom of the When using spray application use a 50 overlap with each
can Then combine one part by volume of Part A with one part pass of the gun to avoid holidays bare areas and pinholes If
by volume of Part B Thoroughly agitate the mixture with power necessary cross spray at a right angle
agitation Allow the material to sweat in as indicated prior to
application Re stir before using Spreading rates are calculated on volume solids and do not
include an application loss factor due to surface profile rough
If reducer solvent is used add only after both components ness or porosity of the surface skill and technique of the ap
have been thoroughly mixed after sweat in plicator method of application various surface irregularities
material lost during mixing spillage overthinning climatic con
Apply paint to the recommended film thickness and spreading ditions and excessive film build
rate as indicated below
Recommended Spreading Rate per coat Excessive reduction of material can affect film build appear
Wet mils 7 0 13 5 ance and adhesion
Dry mils 5 0 10 0
Coverage 116 232 sq ft gal approximate Do not mix previously catalyzed material with new
NOTE Brush or roll application may require multiple coats to achieve
maximum film thickness and uniformity of appearance
See Recommended Systems Do not apply the material beyond recommended pot life
In order to avoid blockage of spray equipment clean equip
Drying Schedule 7 0 mils wet and 50 RH
40 F 77 F 100 F ment before use or before periods of extended downtime with
To touch 4 5 hours 2 hours 1 2 hours Reducer R7K15 In California use Reducer R7K111
To handle 48 hours 8 hours 4 hours
To recoat Tinting is not recommended for immersion service
minimum 48 hours 8 hours 4 2 hours
maximum 1 year 1 year 1 year Use only Mil White and Black for immersion service
service 10 days 7 days 4 days
immersion 14 days Quik Kick Epoxy Accelerator is acceptable for use See data
7 days 4 days
If maximum recoat time is exceeded abrade surface before recoating page 4 99 for details
Drying time is temperature humidity and film thickness dependent
Refer to Product Information sheet for additional performance
Pot Life 10 hours 4 hours 2 hours characteristics and properties
Sweat in time 30 minutes 30 minutes 15 minutes
Application of coating above maximum or below minimum rec
ommended spreading rate may adversely affect coating per
CLEAN UP INSTRUCTIONS SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
Clean spills and spatters immediately with Reducer R7K15 Refer to the MSDS sheet before use
Clean tools immediately after use with Reducer R71 15 In
California use Reducer R7K111 Follow manufacturer s safety Published technical data and instructions are subject to change
recommendations when using any solvent without notice Contact your Sherwin Williams representative
for additional technical data and instructions


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