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Conseal P concrete primer was used to prime the concrete before application of Armourguard PW A second coat of Armourguard was applied before the first had fully cured to ensure that a chemical bond developed between the coats.  Armourguard PW was used to restore this concrete effluent treatment plant in ca chocolate factory

Armourguard PW

EPOXY-CERAMIC POTABLE WATER TANK COATING


ARMOURGUARD PW has been developed for coating potable water tanks, fish tanks and water treatment systems. It is sufficiently flexible to cope with the expansion and contraction of steel tanks caused by extremes of temperature. Its resin and hardener components are formulated with materials that are approved for contact with potable water. ARMOURGUARD PW’s superb barrier properties prevent oxygen and moisture reaching the surface of the substrate.


ARMOURGUARD PW is a two-part, solvent free epoxy coating  containing 70% of solid ceramic micro-spheres. The cured coating contains the maximum possible amount of ceramic micro-spheres, which forms a flexible composite coating with far superior adhesion, abrasion and corrosion resistance than normal epoxy coatings.

ARMOURGUARD PW should be applied surfaces that have been suitably primed. Steel should be primed with one coat of ARMOURGUARD ST, surface tolerant primer and concrete with CONSEAL P.

Please refer to the products literature for application instructions, product specifications and safety data for more information.

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