Epo-chem RF 500
Epoxy resin with additions of hardener and reinforced with screened glassflake. Gives a nearly smooth finish that can be made to any colour.
Epo-chem™ RF 500 is a solvent-free, glassflake reinforced epoxy coating system designed specfically as a tank and bund lining.
Epo-chem™ RF 500 applied as a chemical storage floor lining
- Solvent-free (low odour)
- Suitable for application on steel and concrete surfaces
- Outstanding resistance to most chemical agents, particularly strong acids (including 98% sulphuric acid) alkalines, and many solvents
- Cures to form a very hard and high gloss finish
- Ideally suitable for vessel and tank linings in harsh chemical environments
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|Flyer - Solvent-free Epoxy and Novolac Epoxy Tank & Pipe Linings|
|Report - Tank Linings|
RF 500's Properties
|Primary duties||Tank and bund lining|
|Primary characteristics||98% Sulphuric acid|
|Maximum immersed temperature||°C|
|Maximum non-immersed temperature||80°C|
|Minimum time to touch dry||16 hrs|
|Typical dry film thickness (dft) per coat||250-400µ|
|Colour range available||Full range of colours is available|
RF 500's Case Histories
The table below shows the 5 most recent case histories for this product. You can view the entire case history for this product by clicking here.
|Company||Location||Job Description||Industry||Date of Job|
|MIPC bvba||Belgium||Structural Repair||Industrial||03/2018|
|New Tech Distribution||France||High Temperature Structural Repair||Oil & Gas||11/2017|
|New Tech Distribution||France||Acid Bund Lining||Oil & Gas||06/2017|
|SARL Pneuma-tech||Algeria||Acidic Tank Lining||Industrial||05/2017|
|New Tech Distribution||France||Acidic Tank Lining||Oil & Gas||04/2017|
RF 500's Related Case Studies
The table below shows the most recent case studies for this product.
|Company/Industry||Location||Date of Job|
|Chemical Storage Floor Lining - Glatfelter - Courtesy of Tryton Designs||Lydney Plant||09-2012|
|Chlorine Plant Bund - Courtesy of CSC Australia||Australia||01-2011|
|Sulphuric Acid Bund Lining - Nuclear Power Station||Belgium||06-2004|