Micava 416L High Polymer/Flake Composite

Micava 416L high polymer/flake composite is a two-component self-leveling epoxy ceramic flake composite material. The material is composed of high-performance epoxy resin, ceramic, and flake. Micava 416L has properties of long operating time, good leveling, excellent resistance to water, and outstanding wear resistance.

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  • Protect chemical storage tanks, pipelines, and other anti-corrosion equipments
  • Repair industrial equipment surface coating
  • Tank anti-corrosion protection

Technical Data:
Operating temperature: 120℃ (Dry) 65℃ (Wet)
Hardness shore D (ASTM D-2240): 70

Chemical Resistance Data:
Sodium hydroxide (0-50%) : E
Hydrochloric acid (0-10%) : E
Sulfuric acid (0-50%) : E
Deionized water: E
Diesel fuel : E
*Notes: Samples cured 7 days before the test, the test time is 30 days at 25 ℃
E = Excellent (Can be long-term immersed)
G = Good (Can be occasionally sprinkled, but need to remove)
NR = Not Recommend (Cannot be adhered to, material will be damaged)

Application Instructions:

  • Surface Treatment:
    Sandblasting the steel surface with chlorine-free abrasive. For external application, the surface should reach SSPC SP-10 standard, close to the white metal treatment standard. After sandblasting the surface, repair surface as soon as possible to prevent surface oxidation, then repair the damaged area properly.
  • Mixed:
    Resin :hardener mixed rate is 3:1 by weight.
  • Dilution:
    Do not dilute.
  • Application tools:
    Roller, brush or spray.
  • Application temperature:
    Material temperature: Keep at 55-95℉ (13-35℃)
    Substrate temperature: Keep at 45-105℉(7-40℃)
    The temperature difference between the substrate and the coating must not exceed 10℉(5℃)
  • Re-coating/curing time:
    Recoating in the time when material were still soft, within two hours, at 77ºF (25ºC). If the recoating time has been exceeded, polish the surface with sandpaper, grinding, or blasting. Before immersion application, fully cured in 36 hours at 25 ºC. When heating to force curing, the best performance requires 1 hour at 93 ºC, or 12 hours at 49 ºC.
  • Cleaning:
    Wash with methyl ethyl ketone or similar products.