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CHOCKFAST ORANGE©

Bulletin # 659D

DESCRIPTION:

CHOCKFAST ORANGE (PR-610TCF) is a specially formulated 100% solids, two component inert filled casting compound
developed for use as a chocking or grouting material. CHOCKFAST is designed to withstand severe marine and industrial
environments involving a high degree of both physical and thermal shock. The compound is non-shrinking and has very high
impact and compressive strength. Years of successful in-service experience have shown the use of PR-610TCF to be a far
superior yet less expensive method of establishing and permanently retaining precise equipment alignment under extreme
conditions. PR-610TCF is approved or accepted for its intended marine use by American Bureau of Shipping, Lloyd's
Register, Bureau Veritas, Det Norske Veritas, Germanischer Lloyd and most other major regulatory agencies worldwide.

APPLICATION:

CHOCKFAST ORANGE was developed as a chocking or grouting compound for use under marine main propulsion
machinery. The compound is used under diesel and gas engines, reduction gears, generators, compressors, pumps, bearing
blocks, crane rails and numerous other applications. PR-610TCF requires no special tools or special skills as does chocking
with steel. When cast, CHOCKFAST ORANGE flows readily into the chock area filling voids and conforming to all
irregularities. This eliminates the machining of base plates or foundations for a perfectly fitted chock.

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES:

COEFFICIENT OF LINEAR THERMAL


-6
EXPANSION: Temperature Range: 30.8 x 10 /C° ASTM D-696
-6
0°C to 60°C (32°F to 140°F) 17.1 x 10 /F°
2
COMPRESSIVE MODULUS OF ELASTICITY: 37482 kg/cm ASTM D-695
(533,000 psi)
2
COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH: 1336 kg/cm ASTM D-695 (Mod)
(19,000 psi)

FIRE RESISTANCE: Self extinguishing ASTM D-635


2
FLEXURAL STRENGTH: 575 kg/cm ASTM C-580
(7615 psi)
2
FLEXURAL MODULUS OF ELASTICITY 72880 kg/cm ASTM C-580
5
(8.6 x 10 psi)

HARDNESS - BARCOL: 40-44 fully cured ASTM D-2583


35 minimum

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CHOCKFAST ORANGE
Bulletin #659D, Page Two

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES (con't)

LINEAR SHRINKAGE: 0.0002 mm/mm ASTM D-2566


(0.0002 in/in), 0.02%

POT LIFE: 30 min. @ 21°C (70°F)

SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 1.58

2
TENSILE STRENGTH: 349 kg/cm ASTM D-638
(4,970 psi)

COVERAGE: 1966 cc per 3.4 kg (120 cu.in/7.5 lbs.)


4261 cc per 6.8 kg (260 cu.in/15 lbs.)

CURE TIME: 48 hours @ 15°C (60°F)


36 hours @ 18°C (65°F)
24 hours @ 21°C (70°F)
18 hours @ 26°C (80°F)

SHELF LIFE: More than 18 months

SHOCK RESISTANCE: Pass MIL-S-901C (Navy) High Impact


Shock Test, Grade A, Type A,
Class 1

2
SHEAR STRENGTH: 380 kg/cm FED-STD-406
(5,400 psi) (Method 1041)

THERMAL SHOCK: Pass -18°C to 100°C ASTM D-746


(0°F to 212°F)

VIBRATION: MIL-STD-167

For additional information see Bulletin No. 692, "Guidelines for Marine Designers". "Application Instructions".

May,00
CHOCKFAST® BLACK
Machinery Chocking Compound
Bulletin # 666F

CHOCKFAST BLACK is a specifically formulated CHOCKFAST BLACK was designed to be a thick


100% solids, inert filled casting compound pour liquid chocking material. A chock depth of
developed for use as a chocking or grouting 50mm (2") is standard; however, thinner or thicker
material. This unique product is used under gas pours can be made satisfactorily. The 50mm (2")
and diesel engines, compressors, generators, chock elevates equipment above the underlying
turbines, motors, pumps and various other types foundation, which allows a free flow of air thereby
of equipment. CHOCKFAST BLACK is a cost reducing possible foundation humping problems.
effective method of maintaining permanent Contact ITW Philadelphia Resins for information
precise alignment of critical equipment. It will regarding pours less than 32mm (1-1/4") in
withstand severe environments involving high thickness or greater than 62mm (2-1/2") in
physical and thermal shock. CHOCKFAST thickness.
BLACK is ideal for use under hot running
reciprocating and rotating machinery due to its The excellent flowability of CHOCKFAST BLACK
excellent resistance to creep and fatigue at high allows it to fill voids in the chock area and conform
operating temperatures. It is non-shrinking and to all surface irregularities. This eliminates the
has a very high impact and compressive strength. need to machine equipment bedplates, which is
Since these resin chocks (1) minimize heat build- both costly and time consuming. The excellent
up on foundations, (2) assure precise and surface contact and the high coefficient of friction
unsurpassed contact with bedplates, and (3) between CHOCKFAST BLACK and the
provide a high coefficient of friction to help hold machinery bedplate assure a permanent precise
engines down tight...they reduce possible bearing alignment.
or crankshaft damage.

NOMINAL THICKNESS STANDARDS - CHOCKFAST B

Overpour
Width 3/4"

Overpour
Chock 2" Height 3/4"
Thickness Minimum

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Bulletin No. 666F - Page 2

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES

COEFFICIENT OF LINEAR
THERMAL EXPANSION:
-6
Temperature Range 27.0 x 10 /C° ASTM D-696
-6
0°C to 60°C (32°F to 140°F) 15.0 X 10 /F°
4 2
COMPRESSIVE MODULUS OF 5.6x10 kg/cm ASTM D-695
ELASTICITY: (800,000 psi)
2
COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH: 1216 kg/cm ASTM D-695
(17,300 psi)
o
MAXIMUM OPERATING 94 C
o
TEMPERATURE (200 F)

FIRE RESISTANCE: Self-Extinguishing ASTM D-635


2
FLEXURAL STRENGTH: 435 kg/cm ASTM D-580
(6200 psi)
2
FLEXURAL MODULUS OF 101300 kg/cm ASTM D-580
6
ELASTICITY (1.4 x 10 psi)

HARDNESS-BARCOL: 55 Full Cure ASTM D-2583

IZOD IMPACT STRENGTH: 0.23 N.m/cm (5.1 in.lbs./in) ASTM D-256

LINEAR SHRINKAGE: 0.00018mm/mm (0.00018 in/in) ASTM D-2566

POT LIFE: 45 min. @ 21°C (70°F)

SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 1.94


2
TENSILE STRENGTH: 204 kg/cm (2,900 psi) ASTM D-638

COVERAGE: 4343 cc per 8.6 kg


2
86860mm @ 50mm thick
(265 cu.in. per 19 lbs.)
2
(132 in @ 2" thick)

CURE TIME: 48 hours @ 15°C (60°F)


36 hours @ 18°C (65°F)
24 hours @ 21°C (70°F)
18 hours @ 26°C (80°F)
2
SHEAR STRENGTH: 350 kg/cm (5,000 psi) FED-STD-406
(Method 1041)

SHELF LIFE: Exceed 18 months


2/99
CHOCKFAST® GRAY

Bulletin # 656F

DESCRIPTION:

CHOCKFAST GRAY (PR-610FR) is a specially formulated 100% solids, two - component inert filled casting
compound developed for use as a chocking or grouting material. The compound is designed to withstand
severe marine and industrial environments involving a high degree of both physical and thermal shock. The
compound is non-shrinking, non burning and has a very high impact and compressive strength. Years of
successful in-service experience have shown the use of PR-610FR to be a far superior yet less expensive
method of establishing and retaining precise equipment alignment under extreme conditions. When poured
as a continuous chock under deck equipment, CHOCKFAST GRAY also eliminates all rat shield fabricating
work as well as providing a corrosion proof moisture seal. PR-610FR is approved or accepted for its
intended marine uses by A.B.S., Coast Guard, Lloyd's Register and other regulatory agencies.

APPLICATION:

CHOCKFAST GRAY was developed as a chocking or grouting compound for use under marine deck
machinery, pumps, generators and steering gears. Industrially, the compound is used under diesel engines,
generators, compressors, pumps, turbines, bearing blocks, crane rails and numerous other applications.
PR-610FR requires no special tools or special skills as does chocking with steel. When cast, CHOCKFAST
GRAY flows readily into chock area filling all voids and conforming to all irregularities. This eliminates the
machining of base plates or foundations for a perfectly fitted chock.

When used as a grouting compound for shore side machinery, the CHOCKFAST GRAY provides perfectly
even support without the tedious hand packing associated with conventional cement grouts. Because the
compound flows readily, much thinner cross sections can be used. The compound is also completely
chemical and oil resistant, will not powder or crack with age, weathering, or freeze-thaw cycling, and will seal
the mounting surfaces protecting them from deterioration. Steel soleplates and rails between the machinery
and the concrete foundations are not necessary with CHOCKFAST GRAY.

Other successful applications of CHOCKFAST GRAY include mounting of crane rails, chocking of crane bull
gears, chocking and grouting of precision milling machinery and sealing of cable penetrations.

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CHOCKFAST GRAY
Bulletin No. 656F - Page 2

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES

COEFFICIENT OF LINEAR THERMAL


-6
EXPANSION: Temperature Range 30.3 x 10 /C° ASTM D-696
-6
0°C to 60°C (32°F to 140°F) 16.8 x 10 /F°
2
COMPRESSIVE MODULUS OF ELASTICITY: 36568 kg/cm ASTM D-695
(520,000 psi)
2
COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH: 1125 kg/cm ASTM D-695
(16,000 psi)

FIRE RESISTANCE: Self-extinguishing ASTM D-635

HARDNESS - BARCOL: 35-40 ASTM D-2583

IZOD IMPACT STRENGTH: 0.32 Newton m/cm ASTM D-256


(7.2 in.lbs./in.)

LINEAR SHRINKAGE: 0.0003 mm/mm ASTM D-2566


(0.0003 in/in)

POT LIFE: 30-40 min. @ 21°C (70°F)

SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 1.82


2
TENSILE STRENGTH: 281 kg/cm ASTM D-638
(4,000 psi)

PACKAGING (Nominal Wt., Actual Volume): "11 lb." - 3.06 liters (187 cu.in.)
"48 lb." -13.37 liters (816 cu.in.)

CURE TIME: 18 hrs. @ 30°C (85°F)


24 hrs. @ 18°C (65°F)

SHOCK RESISTANCE: Pass MIL-S-901C (Navy) High Impact


Shock Test, Grade A, Type A,
Class 1

THERMAL SHOCK: Pass -6.5°C to +93°C


(20°F to 200°F)

VIBRATION: Pass 33 cps @ 0.51mm (0.02 in.) amplitude


Total cycles 237,600

CORROSION RESISTANCE: Pass FTM 151A @ 96 hrs.


0.5% NaC1 35°C (96°F) Fog

For additional information see Bulletin No. 692, "Guidelines for Marine Designers".

October, 99
CHOCKFAST  BLUE
Bulletin # 616J

CHOCKFAST BLUE is a two component, pourable epoxy grouting compound for severe
applications. This highly developed material is often used to replace steel soleplates or rails
and is used as an epoxy foundation capping material, which is resistant to high operating
temperatures. Its unique properties permit usage directly under highly stressed machinery
mounting surfaces. Typical applications include the grouting of diesel engines, compressors,
generators, gears, pumps and most other heavy equipment. CHOCKFAST BLUE is
unexcelled under heavy reciprocating and rotary machinery due to its excellent resistance to
creep, fatigue and shock forces. It is also an excellent support surface for the CHOCKFAST
BLACK epoxy chock.

CHOCKFAST BLUE is normally used in a thickness range of 25-38mm (1" to 1-1/2"). Thicker
sections can be constructed with CHOCKFAST BLUE if proper layering techniques are used.
Please contact ITW Philadelphia Resins for additional application instructions.

Long pours should be divided into sections not exceeding 1.1m (3'6") in length. Longer, thicker
or thinner pours are possible, but ITW Philadelphia Resins should be consulted before deciding
upon them. The pourable viscosity of the CHOCKFAST BLUE provides for essentially 100%
surface contact. Because CHOCKFAST BLUE has negligible shrinkage, final alignment may
be set before grouting.

For CHOCKFAST BLUE temperatures that will be between 49°-60°C (120°-140°F) during
2
engine operation the static loading shall not normally exceed 35 kg/cm (500 psi) which is
2
perfectly practical for most machinery. Below 49°C (120°F) loadings up to 140 kg/cm (2,000
2
psi) are permissible, but 85 kg/cm (1,200 psi) should not be exceeded without reference to
ITW Philadelphia Resins, who are always available for consultation on any application.
Request Bulletins # 640 and #642 for additional design and application detail.

Precondition resin and hardener to 21°-27°C (70°-80°F) for 24 hours before mixing. The
hardener should be added to the resin and power mixed until a homogeneous color and texture
are apparent. Mixing for 3-5 minutes with a Kol mixer or a large Jiffy mixer blade in a 3/4"
drilling machine is usually sufficient.

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Bulletin No. 616J - Page 2

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES

COEFFICIENT OF LINEAR THERMAL EXPANSION:


-6
Temperature range 0°C to 60°C 27.7 x 10 /C°
ASTM D-6 (32°F to 140°F)
-6
15.4 X 10 /F°
2
COMPRESSIVE MODULUS OF ELASTICITY: 115300 kg/cm ASTM C-579
(1,640,000 psi)
2
COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH: 1336 kg/cm ASTM C-579
(19,000 psi)

FIRE RESISTANCE: Self-extinguishing ASTM D-635


2
FLEXURAL STRENGTH 345 kg/cm ASTM C-580
(4920 psi)
2
FLEXURAL MODULUS OF ELASTICITY 120300 kg/cm ASTM C-580
6
(1.7 X 10 psi)

IZOD IMPACT STRENGTH: .15 Newton m/cm ASTM D-256


(3.4 in.lbs./in.)

LINEAR SHRINKAGE: 0.0001 mm/mm ASTM D-2566


(0.0001 in./in.)

POT LIFE: 35-50 minutes @ 21°C (70°F)

SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 2.0


2
TENSILE STRENGTH: 225 kg/cm ASTM D-638
(3156 psi)
2
COVERAGE: 500 cc/kg .435 m @ 30 mm
2
(13.8 cu.in./lb.) (640 in @ 1-1/4")

CURE TIME: 36 hrs. @ 16°C (60°F)


24 hrs. @ 21°C (72°F)
16 hrs. @ 27°C (80°F)
11 hrs. @ 32°C (90°F)

PACKAGING: 26 kg (58 lbs.) in 5-gal. can


13.1 liters (800 cu.in.)

SHELF LIFE: Excess of 2 years in dry storage

October, 99
CHOCKFAST®RED
BULLETIN # 617P

CHOCKFAST RED is a three-component, high strength, 100% solids, epoxy grouting compound, which is used to
grout large machinery and to support soleplates in all types of foundation designs. CHOCKFAST RED has
extremely high compressive strength and negligible shrinkage, making it ideal for the final positioning of critically
aligned machinery within close tolerances.

CHOCKFAST RED has the following advantages when compared to conventional cement grouts:

• Impervious to oil
• Cures at least three times as quickly
• No mixing ratios to measure
• Grouts machinery in final aligned position
• Higher physical strength
• High impact strength
• Resistance to many more chemicals
• Strong bond to metal and concrete
• Unaffected by weathering and freeze/thaw cycling
• Stated physical properties assured
• Superior resistance to fatigue

CHOCKFAST RED contains no non-reactive diluents which could interfere with the curing mechanism or which
could cause material loss during or after cure. Machinery may be positioned at its final elevation before pouring
because the shrinkage is negligible. Critical alignments are maintained during machinery operation due to its high
dimensional stability and resistance to creep and vibration.

CHOCKFAST RED may be mixed with contractor's hoe and wheelbarrow or in a small portable mortar mixer.
Precondition resin, hardener and aggregate to 18°-27°C (65°-80°F) 48 hrs. before mixing. Thoroughly mix
hardener with resin first before mixing in aggregate. Where a very flowable mix is required the aggregate content
may be reduced accordingly. However, in load-bearing areas a maximum reduction to 3-1/2 bags is
recommended. Please contact the CHOCKFAST Representative or ITW Philadelphia Resins if less than 3-1/2
bags are being considered. See Bulletin No. 642 for mixing procedures.

CHOCKFAST RED is quick curing, relative to cement grouts, but the cure is thermally gentle. This allows thick
pours to be made without causing the stress cracks often associated with a hot-curing epoxy grout. CHOCKFAST
RED may be used in thickness greater than 30mm (1.25"), however, individual pours should generally not exceed
46cm (18") in thickness and 2.2m (7') in length. When grouting highly critically aligned machinery, which is
coupled to another machine, it is advisable to limit the final leveling pour in accordance with the instructions in
Bulletin No. 615 (latest revision).

For design considerations and application details please request Bulletin No. 642 or contact ITW Philadelphia
Resins' Engineering Services Department.

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Bulletin No. 617P - Page 2

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES

-6
COEFFICIENT OF LINEAR THERMAL 20.1 x 10 /C° ASTM D-696
-6
EXPANSION: Temperature Range 0°to 60°C (11.2 x 10 /F°)
(32° to 140°F)
2
COMPRESSIVE MODULUS OF ELASTICITY: 140600 kg/cm ASTM C-579
(2,000,000 psi) (Modified)
2
COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH: 1072 kg/cm ASTM C-579
(15,250 psi) (Modified)

FIRE RESISTANCE: Self-extinguishing ASTM D-635


2
FLEXURAL STRENGTH: 2825 kg/cm ASTM C-580
(4025 psi)
2
FLEXURAL MODULUS OF ELASTICITY 140600 kg/cm ASTM C-580
(2,000,000 psi)

IZOD IMPACT STRENGTH: 0.02 N.m/mm ASTM D-256


(4.6 in.lb/in)

LINEAR SHRINKAGE: Not measurable ASTM D-2566

POT LIFE: Approximately 3 hours @ 21°C (70°F)

SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 2.06


2
TENSILE STRENGTH: 133 kg/cm ASTM D-638
(1,890 psi)

COVERAGE: 94 kg (207 lbs.)


3
45.3 liters (1.6 ft )

CURE TIME (approximate): 54 hrs. @ 16°C (60°F)


36 hrs. @ 21°C (72°F)
24 hrs. @ 27°C (80°F)
18 hrs. @ 32°C (90°F)

PACKAGING: Resin: 6.1 liters (1.6 gal)


Hardener: 3.4 liters (0.9 gal)
Aggregate: 4.21 kg bags (4 – 46 lb. bags)

SHELF LIFE: 2 years in dry storage

June 98
CHOCKFAST® RED SG
Thin Pour - Rapid Cure
High Strength Epoxy Grout
Bulletin # 618F
CHOCKFAST RED SG is a three component, high strength, 100% solids epoxy grouting compound which is
used to grout large machinery and to support soleplates in all types of foundation designs with clearances as little
as 25mm (1"). CHOCKFAST RED SG has extremely high physical properties and negligible shrinkage, making it
ideal for final positioning of critically aligned equipment within close tolerances. Skid mounted compressors,
extruders, turbines, pumps, motors and crane rails are just a few types of equipment supported on CHOCKFAST
RED SG. When using CHOCKFAST RED SG for crane rail applications expansion joints may be placed every
3m (10').

CHOCKFAST RED SG has the following advantages when compared to conventional cementitious grouts:
• Impervious to oil and chemical attack • Cures at least three times as quickly
• Pre-packaged unit • Grout machinery in final aligned position
• Higher physical strengths ` • Strong bond to metal and concrete
• Unaffected by weathering and freeze/thaw cycling • Superior resistance to fatigue
CHOCKFAST RED SG contains no non-reactive diluents which could interfere with the curing mechanism or
which could cause material loss during or after cure. Machinery may be positioned at its final elevation before
pouring because the shrinkage is negligible. Critical alignments are maintained during machinery operation due
to CHOCKFAST RED SG's high dimensional stability and resistance to creep and vibration.
CHOCKFAST RED SG may be mixed with a contractor's hoe and wheelbarrow or in a portable mortar mixer.
Thoroughly mix hardener with resin first before mixing in aggregate. Where a very flowable mix is required, the
aggregate content may be reduced accordingly. Contact the CHOCKFAST Representative or ITW Philadelphia
Resins when reducing aggregate. (Please see below for cold temperature applications).

CHOCKFAST RED SG is quick curing relative to cement grouts, but the cure is thermally gentle. This allows
thick pours to be made without causing the stress cracks often associated with a hot curing epoxy grout.
CHOCKFAST RED SG may be used in any thickness greater than 25mm (1"); however, individual pours should
generally not exceed 100mm (4") in thickness and 1.5m (5') in length.
For design considerations and application details, please request Bulletin No. 643 or contact ITW Philadelphia
Resins' Engineering Services Department.

NOTE: Standard CHOCKFAST RED is available and allows deep single pours to 450mm (18") for concrete
reconstruction. Please see Bulletins No. 642 and 617.

FOR COLD TEMPERATURE APPLICATIONS 0°C - 15°C (32°F - 60°F):


A cold temperature accelerator is available for use with CHOCKFAST RED SG at ambient concrete foundation
and CHOCKFAST RED SG material temperatures between 0°C (32°F) and 15°C (60°F). The accelerator is
provided in a 0.9L (1 quart) plastic bottle, which has a single reduction line on it and is inverted for ease of use.
The accelerator is added to each unit of CHOCKFAST RED SG immediately AFTER the aggregate has been
blended into the pre-mixed liquid components in the mortar mixer. For ambient temperatures between 0°C and
10°C (32°F and 50°F) use the entire bottle, which is equivalent to 7.3% of the net weight of resin and hardener.
For ambient temperatures between 10°C and 15°C (50°F and 60°F) empty the bottle until the liquid level is even with
the reduction line when the bottle is held upside down in the pouring position. This amount of accelerator is
equivalent to 5% of the net weight of resin and hardener. Cure times are as follows:
0°C (32°F) 90 hours *
5°C (40°F) 48 hours *
0°C (50°F) 24 hours *

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Bulletin No. 618F - Page 2
CHOCKFAST RED SG
2
* The cure times represent the amount of time required to produce compressive strength in excess of 700 kg/cm
(10,000 psi) at the temperatures indicated. Machinery may be set and anchor bolts torqued when casting sections 30
mm to 50 mm (1.25 inches to 2 inches) thick at the above temperatures. Additional curing and higher compressive
strength will be achieved over time, with final physical properties equivalent to those for standard applications of
CHOCKFAST RED SG cured at 22°C (75°F) without addition of accelerator.
PLEASE NOTE: CHOCKFAST RED SG cure rates and flowability will be enhanced somewhat if material
temperatures are warmer than the existing ambient conditions listed above, although, CHOCKFAST RED SG
material temperatures should never be higher than 21° C (70° F) when utilizing cold temperature additive. It is always
a good idea to keep CHOCKFAST RED SG materials in a well protected area until the job site is fully prepared for
mixing and placement.

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES

-6
COEFFICIENT OF LINEAR THERMAL 19.4 x 10 -6/C° ASTM D-696
EXPANSION: Temperature Range 0° to 60°C (32° to 140°F) (10.8 x 10 /F°)

2
COMPRESSIVE MODULUS OF ELASTICITY: 138535 kg/cm
6
ASTM C-379
(1.97 x 10 psi) (Modified)
2
COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH: 1275 kg/cm ASTM C-579
(18120 psi) (Modified)

FIRE RESISTANCE: Self-Extinguishing ASTM D-635

2
FLEXURAL STRENGTH 340 kg/cm ASTM C-580
(4800 psi)

2
FLEXURAL MODULUS OF ELASTICITY 184200 kg/cm
6
ASTM C-580
(2.62 x 10 psi)

LINEAR SHRINKAGE: Not Measurable ASTM D-2566

POT LIFE: 1 hour @ 21°C (70°F)

SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 2.24

2
TENSILE STRENGTH: 150 kg/cm ASTM D-638
(2130 psi)
COVERAGE: 96 kg (211lb.) 3
45.3 liters (1.6 ft )

CURE TIME: 24 to 48 hours @ 21°C (70°F)

PACKAGING : Resin: 9.05 liters (3 gal. can)


Hardener: 1.63 liters (1 gal. can)
Aggregate: 4 - 21 kg bags (46 lb. bags)
(Additive needed): 0.9 liter (1 qt. bottle)
SHELF LIFE: Two years in dry storage

October, 99
CHOCK-CRETE
HIGH PERFORMANCE
NONSHRINK CEMENT GROUT
Bulletin #625D

CHOCK-CRETE is a high performance, non-


shrink, precision grout that meets or FORMING: Forms should be at least 1"
exceeds all requirements of the Corps of higher than the bottom of the item being
Engineers CRD C-621 and ASTM C-1107. grouted.
It is designed for a wide range of
consistencies from damp pack to high MIXING: A portable mortar mixer should be
fluidity, which meets the most demanding used when mixing the grout. Start with the
job conditions. It is recommended for minimum water requirements. ADD WATER
grouting of anchor bolts, base plates, TO MIXER FIRST, then slowly add powder.
structural steel and precast columns, Add additional water as required for desired
dowels, etc., which require non shrink, high consistency. Water requirements per 50 lb.
tolerance, and high strength performance. It bag are:
is flowable for easy placement, adheres well
to concrete or steel, and exhibits good Plastic
impact and vibration characteristics. 6.80 to 7.00 pints water
0.85 to 0.88 gal.
Strength of Anchors: (ASTM E-488) 7.05 to 7.30 lbs.
3.18 to 3.29 liters
Tensile Load Shear Load
1-1/4" dia. bolt Flowable
2-1/2" dia. hole 7 to 8 pints water
9" embedment 53,200 lbs. 24,300 lbs. 0.88 to 0.94 gal.
7.30 to 7.80 lbs.
1/2" dia. bolt 3.29 to 3.79 liters
1-1/8" dia. hole
4" embedment 7,100 lbs. 2,000 lbs. Fluid
8.00 to 9.25 pints water
Working Temperature: 45°F Minimum 1.00 to 1.19 gal.
90°F Maximum 8.33 to 9.50 lbs.
3.79 to 4.40 liters
Coefficient of Thermal Expansion: (ASTM C-531)
Yield
Plastic Flowable Fluid
-6 3 3 3
4.76 x 10 in/in °F Approx. 0.43 ft. 0.44 ft. 0.45 ft.

SURFACE PREPARATION: Remove all dirt, CAUTION: DO NOT OVER WATER.


oil or loose foreign material from any steel Addition of water other than recommended
surface to come in contact with CHOCK- can cause bleeding, separation and a
CRETE. Concrete surfaces must be sound reduction of ultimate strength. DO NOT re-
and roughened to insure proper bonding. temper or add additional cement, sand or
Concrete surfaces should be saturated for a admixtures without first contacting ITW
minimum of 4 hours but preferably for 24 Philadelphia Resins.
hours prior to placing the grout. Remove all
excess water from the foundation prior to
placing CHOCK-CRETE.
Bulletin 625D – Page 2
CHOCK-CRETE

CURING: Cover with clean wet rags and


keep moist until final set. COLD WEATHER GROUTING: Raise the
temperature of the area to be grouted.
DEEP POUR APPLICATIONS: Pre-washed Preheat the mixing water and cover the
graded 3/8" pea gravel may be used in grout to retain warmth. DO NOT place at
applications thicker than 2". temperatures below 40°F or if the
temperature is expected to fall below 40°F
2" to 5" - Add 25% 3/8" pea gravel by wt. within the next 24 hour period.
5" & deeper - Add 50% 3/8" pea gravel by
wt. STORAGE: CHOCK-CRETE should be
kept in a shaded, dry area. At no time
HOT WEATHER GROUTING: Provide should the packaged material be exposed to
shade around the area to be grouted. Use moisture.
cool mixing water. Protect the grout from the
sun for up to 48 hours. PLACEMENT: The grout should be placed
continuously by pouring from one side to the
other to avoid air entrapment.

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES

Plastic Flowable Fluid

Compressive Strength (ASTM C-109), psi


3 days 5900 5400 4800
7 days 8900 7700 6200 Static Modulus of Elasticity (ASTM C-469)
6
28 days 11500 8400 7700 3 days 2.64 x 10 psi
6
7 days 2.79 x 10 psi
6
Set Time (ASTM C-266) 28 days 3.00 x 10 psi
Initial: 3.5 hrs. 4 hrs. 3.6 hrs.
Final: 4.75 hrs. 4.8 hrs. 4.75 hrs. Flexural (ASTM C-78)
3 days 1,055 psi
7 days 1,230 psi
Expansion Percentage (CRD C-621) 28 days 1,430 psi
3 days 0.07% 0.03% 0.02%
14 days 0.07% 0.03% 0.02% Splitting Tensile (ASTM C-496)
28 days 0.07% 0.03% 0.02% 3 days 550 psi
7 days 680 psi
28 days 750 psi

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CHOCKFAST
INSTALLATION PROCEDURE
INDUSTRIAL APPLICATIONS

Bulletin No. 642F


New Concrete Foundations
INTRODUCTION
1. New concrete foundations must be
adequately cured before setting mechanical
The following CHOCKFAST Installation units. The responsibility for the foundation
Procedures have been written as an aid for design, concrete formulation, or structural
contractors and end-users that are applying integrity of the machinery foundation will not
CHOCKFAST in the field. Proper pour sizes, be assumed by ITW Philadelphia Resins.
the use of expansion joints, and Tensile strength and dimensional stability in
temperatures are emphasized. particular, develop slowly, so allow ample
time for proper concrete curing. Consult a
These procedures may be followed, CHOCKFAST Representative in reference
modified or rejected by the Owner Engineer, to concrete cure times.
Contractor or their Representative, since
they and not CHOCKFAST (ITW 2. Under no circumstances should the
Philadelphia Resins) are responsible for surface of the foundation be soiled by oil,
proper installation planning and executing. grease, water, etc.
When the planned procedures differ from
those discussed herein, the User is urged to NOTE: Tensile strength of new concrete is
contact the local CHOCKFAST Distributor or extremely important when capping the
ITW Philadelphia Resins to discuss alternate concrete with epoxy grout. Follow these
methods. foundation preparation guidelines.

Application procedures are included for 3. To achieve good grout bond, chip
CHOCKFAST RED, CHOCKFAST BLUE, concrete foundation to a rough finish,
CHOCKFAST BLACK and CHOCKFAST exposing 50% aggregate (fractured, coarse
ORANGE® and are described in a aggregate), using a small chipping hammer
sequence which follows Bulletin No. 643 or equivalent. Avoid deep holes or grooves
entitled "STANDARDIZED CHOCKFAST that could hinder the flow of grout.
DESIGN FOR INTEGRAL GAS ENGINE
COMPRESSORS." If only one product is 4. Remove loose concrete pieces from the
being used, the section describing the top of the foundation and from within the
application of that particular product may be grout pockets. All surfaces to come in
used independently. contact with the grout must be blown clean
of dust and particles with oil-free air or swept
with bristled brush.
PREPARATIONS FOR GROUTING
NOTE: See the paragraph entitled Rebar
Grout Storage Policy on page 3 for design consideration of
new concrete foundations.
Should be in shaded or air-conditioned area
with ambient temperatures between 16°- 5. Surfaces to be grouted should be kept
35°C (65°-95°F). dry. If foundation should be left overnight,
tarp surface to prevent dew moisture and
surface contamination from other operating
machinery
Miscellaneous compound. (See Technical Bulletin No. 617).

1. To ensure proper mixing and pouring


1. Bedplate Preparation: Bedplates should be viscosity of the CHOCKFAST RED system, pre-
clean, bright metal. Although CHOCKFAST condition the resin, hardener and aggregate at
BLACK and ORANGE are designed to eliminate 18°-35°C (65°-95°F) for 48 hours prior to
the need for costly machining of bedplates, mixing. It is extremely important to pre-condition
proper smoothing of sharp frets left by previous the CHOCKFAST RED aggregate as they will
steel chocks or pock marks left by previously determine the temperature of the grout mixture.
used cement grouts is important. Any sharp
frets on the equipment base plate must be 2. Pour the CHOCKFAST RED hardener into
ground off smooth to avoid potential cracks in the CHOCKFAST RED resin and mix 3-4
the epoxy chock. Bedplates should be minutes with a "Jiffy" type mixing blade and a
inspected while the maximum amount of space 1/2" (12mm) slow speed drill motor. Prior to
is available between chipped concrete and the starting the drill, completely submerge the
raised equipment. Badly corroded bedplates mixing blade into the liquids. This will prevent
should be sandblasted to a white metal finish. the formation of air bubbles that could be
ITW REPAIR COMPOUND should be faired transferred into the final product.
into pock marks left by the corrosive influence of
cement grouts. Although a vertical tensile crack Caution: Under no circumstances should the
in a resin chock will not cause loss of alignment, mixing of the CHOCKFAST RED resin and
it is best to follow the above preparation hardener be attempted in the mortar mixer.
techniques.
3. CHOCKFAST RED should be mixed with a
2. Anchor Bolts: It is preferable that 12 times the slow speed (15-20 rpm) portable mortar mixer of
bolt diameter from the top should be wrapped sufficient size to enable the mixing of two
with 1/4" thick neoprene foam rubber to provide complete units 90.6 liters (3.2 cu.ft.) of
free length for stretching when tensioned and to CHOCKFAST RED epoxy grout. Mixing
allow for base plate thermal growth. The 1/4" quantities greater than two units in a single
neoprene rubber should be used all the way to mortar mixer is not recommended due to of the
the bottom of machinery bedplates when increased chance for proportioning error.
isolating bolts. See Bulletin No. 660 entitled
"COMMON HOLD DOWN BOLT With the blades of the mortar mixer stopped,
ARRANGEMENTS" for more information on the add the pre-mixed resin and hardener and one
grouting of hold down bolts. For grouting large (1) bag of aggregate. The blades of the mortar
anchor bolts (typically 2" or M52) see Bulletin mixer may be started at this time. Progressively
No. 615. add the remaining aggregate assuring a
homogeneous mix. (Note: On the initial first unit
Forms mix, a 1/2 bag of aggregate, 10.4 kilograms (23
lb.) should be withheld to facilitate wetting out of
Wooden forms need to be carefully constructed the mortar mixer.
to prevent leakage. Where removal of forms will
be required, coat inside of wooden form with It is important to minimize air entrapment in the
sealer (lacquer) and then 2 coats of a good mixed unit of CHOCKFAST RED, therefore a
paste wax to prevent adhesion of grout. portable mortar mixer speed of 15-20 rpm is
recommended. When the CHOCKFAST RED
resin, hardener and aggregate have been pre-
CHOCKFAST RED conditioned to 21ºC (70ºF) or above, the grout
POURING PROCEDURES material should be mixed only long enough to
wet out the 4 bags of aggregate. When the
CHOCKFAST RED is a three-component, high- CHOCKFAST RED components are below
strength, 100% solids epoxy grouting 21ºC (70ºF) a slightly longer mixing time may be

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necessary to obtain a suitable flowability.
Unnecessarily long mixing time can entrap an 10. If a cap of CHOCKFAST BLUE is to be
excessive amount of air. poured onto the CHOCKFAST RED it may be
poured as soon as the CHOCKFAST RED will
Once the CHOCKFAST RED is thoroughly support firm thumb pressure yet allow a slight
mixed the blades of the mortar mixer should be denting of the CHOCKFAST RED surface, and
stopped. To facilitate unloading of the mortar still has a tacky feel to it. This will enable the two
mixer bucket, the blades may be rotated slightly grouts to chemically as well as physically bond.
after the bucket has been tilted to For information concerning expansion joints in
assist in rapid grout extraction from the mixer. CHOCKFAST BLUE see the following section
"Expansion Joints" in this Technical Bulletin.
Note: Small quantities of CHOCKFAST RED
(one unit at a time) may be hand mixed in a Expansion Joints: CHOCKFAST RED
wheelbarrow with a hoe. Mixing of the resin and
hardener must be accomplished separately as Expansion joints should be provided at least
outlined in paragraph 2. every 2.15m (7') in both directions on
installations of CHOCKFAST RED. On all
4. Although CHOCKFAST RED is generally self installations where the cured grout temperature
leveling, at temperatures below 18°C (65°F) may drop to 13°C (55°F) or below, the
rakes or paddles can easily be used to achieve expansion joint spacing should not exceed 1.1m
complete filling of prepared areas. (3'6"). Expansion joints must go completely
through the CHOCKFAST RED to the
5. Pour the CHOCKFAST RED as soon as underlying concrete foundation. (See Technical
possible after mixing. The pot life of this product Bulletin No. 662).
is approximately 2-3 hours at 21°C (70°F).
Warning: Expansion joints should not be
6. CHOCKFAST RED may be used at placed near anchor bolts, be bridged by sole
thicknesses between 35mm (1-1/2") and plates, rails, or be penetrated by rebar. To do so
450mm (18"). Individual pours should generally defeats the purpose of the expansion joint.
not exceed 450mm thick x 21.5m long x 2.15m Some equipment manufacturers require that
(18" thick x 7' long x 7' wide). See section their equipment be mounted on continuous rails.
below entitled Expansion Joints: In this case it may be advantageous to provide
CHOCKFAST RED for detailed information on for longitudinal growth of the rail with the
expansion joint requirements and locations. implementation of abbreviated expansion joints
located at each end of the rail (where
applicable).
7. Cure time for CHOCKFAST RED is as
follows: Where CHOCKFAST BLUE is used as an
54 hours @ 16°C (60°F) overlay on CHOCKFAST RED the expansion
36 hours @ 21°C (70°F) joints in both products must coincide with each
24 hours @ 27°C (80°F) other. Under no condition should the
18 hours @ 32°C (90°F) CHOCKFAST BLUE bridge an expansion joint
in the CHOCKFAST RED.
8. Protect recently poured grout from any
sudden temperature changes and direct The expansion joint must be effectively sealed
sunlight. to protect the underlying concrete against
penetration by oil or other contaminants. It is
9. Additional layers of CHOCKFAST RED may highly recommended that a secondary seal be
be poured providing the previous pour has incorporated into the expansion joint design with
returned to ambient temperature and its surface the use of ITW EXPANSION JOINT
has been roughed up with a chipping hammer, COMPOUND material. Guidance on expansion
sand blasting or other approved means. joint design and complete information on ITW

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EXPANSION JOINT COMPOUND may be pouring CHOCKFAST BLUE on top of
found in Bulletins No. 645 and 662. CHOCKFAST RED one of the following
procedures should be followed: CHOCKFAST
BLUE may be poured directly on CHOCKFAST
Rebar Policy RED when the CHOCKFAST RED will support
firm thumb pressure, yet allow a slight denting in
its surface, and still have a tacky feel. This will
Steel reinforcing bars, known as rears, are a allow the two grouts to chemically as well as
familiar feature of concrete structures. They are physically bond. If the CHOCKFAST RED has
used to improve the tensile and shear strength become hard then the surface must be abraded
of the structure. The coefficients of linear by chipping or sandblasting to establish a
thermal expansion of steel and concrete are suitable surface profile, prior to pouring the
similar and compatible, but epoxy resin products CHOCKFAST BLUE.
have a coefficient two to five times as great and
this can cause cracks to form. The tensile 2. Expansion Joints: Expansion joints should be
strength of CHOCKFAST products is at least six provided at least every 1.1m (42") and pours
times that of concrete, the shear strength at should not normally exceed 1.1m x 1.1m x
least five times, so horizontal rebar is not as 36mm thick (42" x 42" x 1-1/2" thick). Where
important as it is with concrete. In fact, the use CHOCKFAST RED is the underlying material,
of horizontal rebar is not recommended when the expansion joints in it must coincide with
using CHOCKFAST grouts. Where significant expansion joints in the CHOCKFAST BLUE.
unloaded areas of CHOCKFAST RED or Expansion joints can be made from rigid
CHOCKFAST BLUE will occur it is advisable to styrofoam, redwood, neoprene rubber, etc., but
tie them to the concrete with short vertical in any case, must be oil tight. ITW
pieces of rebar or "All-Thread" rod. This should EXPANSION JOINT COMPOUND should be
always be done on new concrete, at corners used to seal expansion joints, so please see
and edges in general and prevents tensile Bulletin 645 for information on this product and
failure of the concrete. Where possible the on expansion joints in general.
dowels should be arranged as follows: 12" 3. Mixing Grout: To ensure proper mixing and
apart; 3" in from the edge of foundation and not pouring viscosity, pre-condition resin and
closer than 1" from the CHOCKFAST top hardener to 70°-80°F (21°-26°C) for 24 hours
surface. prior to mixing. It is also beneficial to rotate the
resin container upside-down during the pre-
NOTE: For additional design considerations, conditioning period to aid in mixing. This will
please see Technical Bulletin No. 643 entitled compensate for the aggregate that may have
"Standardized CHOCKFAST Design for Integral settled during storage and transportation.
Gas Engine Compressors."
4. Thoroughly mix hardener and resin until
homogeneous color and texture is apparent (3-
1/2 to 4 minutes) using a KOL mixer or large
CHOCKFAST BLUE Jiffy mixer blade in 18mm (3/4") drilling
POURING PROCEDURES machine. It is important that the KOL mixer
blade contact the entire surface on the inside
CHOCKFAST BLUE is a two-component, 100% and bottom of the CHOCKFAST BLUE can to
solids, pourable epoxy based grouting insure a homogeneous mix.
compound for severe applications.
Never scrape mixed material from the sides
1. Inspect top of foundation and/or underlying or bottom of the container.
grout base for cleanliness, paying special
attention to the removal of oil and water.
Underlying surfaces should be roughed up with 5. Use grout as soon as possible after mixing.
chipping hammer to ensure good bond. When CHOCKFAST BLUE pot life is approximately 35

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to 50 minutes at 21°C (70°F) 5. Jacking bolts which are inside the chock area
must be wrapped with duct tape to isolate them
6. Cure time for CHOCKFAST BLUE is as from the epoxy chock.
follows:
36 hours @ 16°C (60°F)
24 hours @ 21°C (72°F) 6. An aerosol release agent, as supplied by ITW
16 hours @ 27°C (80°F) Philadelphia Resins, should be sprayed into
12 hours @ 32°C (90°F) each prepared chock area. Only spray enough
release agent to provide a fine misting of the
chock area without puddling.
NOTE: For additional design considerations,
please see Technical Bulletin No. 643 entitled 7. Front dams should now be positioned. Angle
"CHOCKFAST Foundation Design for Gas iron should be used and it should be large
Engine Compressors." enough to allow for a 20mm (3/4") head above
the machinery bedplate surface. Dams should
be positioned between 20mm (3/4") and 25mm
CHOCKFAST BLACK (1") away from the bedplate edges.
POURING PROCEDURES
8. Over pours can be cut off with an abrasive
disc in order to provide easy inspection of
CHOCKFAST BLACK is a specially formulated chock/machinery interfaces and eliminate
100% solids, two-component, inert-filled casting possible cracking from lateral expansion of
compound, developed for use as a chocking or equipment frames.
shimming material.

NOTE: For appropriate sizing of chocks, please


see Bulletin No. 643 entitled "Standardized
Preparation and Forming: CHOCKFAST Design for Integral Gas Engine
Compressors" or contact ITW Philadelphia
Resins' Engineering Department or your
1. Inspect top foundation (i.e., CHOCKFAST Authorized CHOCKFAST Distributor.
BLUE or soleplates) for smooth, non-gouged,
clean, oil-free surface. Equipment alignment and bolt integrity are
the responsibility of the equipment owner.
2. Bedplate Preparation: Please refer to #1
under Miscellaneous on Page Two of this POURING:
Bulletin for information pertaining to bedplate
preparation. 1. Be sure to precondition CHOCKFAST
BLACK for a minimum of 24 hours at 21°-27°C
3. Appropriately sized dams for the chocks are (70°-80°F) before pouring.
installed once the machinery is in position.
These will normally be local to the hold down 2. Check machinery bedplate temperature and
bolts and open celled foam strip is used for the the size of chocks.
three sides under the machinery. It may be
convenient to glue these strips to the underside 3. Add the complete container of hardener to
of the machinery if it is to be lowered into resin. A small or medium Jiffy mixer blade,
position. The desirable chock thickness is supplied by ITW Philadelphia Resins, inserted
50mm (2"). in a 12mm (1/2") variable speed drill is
recommended for mixing. Maximum drill speed
4. Foam rubber dams should be checked with a should be kept below 250 rpm in order to
flashlight for tightness. minimize air entrapment and mixing time should
be 3 to 4 minutes.

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4. Pour mixed materials into chock cavity, from
one corner only, to maximize the escape of air
through the opposite corner. The air will
migrate through the open-cell foam damming
and assure good surface contact with the
equipment bedplate.

Never scrape mixed materials from the sides


or bottom of the container when pouring.

5. Allow chocks to cure at least:

48 hours @ 16°C (60°F)


36 hours @ 18°C (65°F)
24 hours @ 21°C (70°F)
21 hours @ 23°C (75°F)
18 hours @ 26°C (80°F)
15 hours @ 29°C (85°F)
12 hours @ 32°C (90°F)

before torquing bolts and executing final


alignment check.

6. NOTE: A good test for proper cure is to test


with a Barcol hardness gauge if there is a
question regarding cure. A MINIMUM Barcol
reading of 24 on CHOCKFAST BLACK
indicates that sufficient cure has been achieved
to allow release of jacking screws and torque of
hold down bolts.

CHOCKFAST ORANGE
POURING PROCEDURES

1. The standard pour thickness for a


CHOCKFAST ORANGE epoxy chock is 31mm
(1-1/4"). Should the designed thickness be
greater than 70mm (2-3/4") please consult the
CHOCKFAST Representative or ITW
Philadelphia Resins. The amount of hardener
mixed with the CHOCKFAST resin must be
measured according to chock thickness and
equipment base plate temperature. Refer to
Bulletin NO. 693 for hardener proportioning. All
other procedures for the use of CHOCKFAST
ORANGE are the same as for CHOCKFAST
BLACK, ie., preconditioning, sizing chocks,
forming, mixing, curing, etc.

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MAINTENANCE OF ALIGNMENT
FROM CHOCKFAST RESIN CHOCKS
Bulletin # 639A

Maintenance of crankshaft alignment in reciprocating machinery is of critical importance to engine


operators. Without it the possibility of broken crankshafts, worn bearings and associated machinery
downtime increases.

With CHOCKFAST Resin Chocks, maintenance of engine alignment is improved dramatically when
compared to installations that use steel chocks.

There are many cases of improved alignment provided by CHOCKFAST when used as a direct retrofit
for steel chocks under troublesome engines.

The key reason for the success of CHOCKFAST Resin Chocks is that they produce a higher lateral
resistive force when compared to steel chocks under cast iron bedplates. The coefficient of friction
between CHOCKFAST Resin Chocks and cast iron is 0.7 as compared to 0.15 for steel to cast iron.
These coefficients were established by an independent engine manufacturer during an extensive test
program (Sulzer Brothers - Winterthur, Switzerland). The following calculation illustrates the superior
total lateral resistive forces derived from the use of resin chocks:

Normal Force: Engine


Deadweight Contribution
Plus Bolt Tension

Chock

Lateral Resistive Force


Contributes to
Maintenance of Alignment

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Bulletin No. 639A - Page 2
Example 1: DRESSER CLARK HBA8
If we compare the total resistive force available from CHOCKFAST Resin Chocks for an HBA8 Clark, we get the following:

Engine Deadweight = 170,000 lbs.


Hold Down Bolt Tension Per Bolt - 25,560
1-1/2" O Bolts - 19 Main Frame Bolts
*Assume all load is on 19 - 10" x 10" Main Frame Chocks

TOTAL NORMAL LOAD = Engine Deadweight + All Bolt Tensions = 170,000 lbs + 19 x 25,560 lbs.

TOTAL RESISTIVE FORCE OF CHOCKFAST RESIN CHOCKS TO CAST IRON ENGINE BEDPLATE = Coefficient of
Friction of CHOCKFAST Resin Chocks to Cast Iron x Total Normal Force = 0.7 x 655,640 lbs. = 458,948

TOTAL RESISTIVE FORCE OF STEEL CHOCKS TO CAST IRON = Coefficient of Friction of Steel Chocks to Cast Iron x
Total Normal Force = 0.15 x 655,640 = 98,346 lbs.

Forces available to help hold alignment: 1) with CHOCKFAST Resin Chocks - 458,948 lbs.
2) with steel chocks - 98,346 lbs.

Example 2: COOPER ENERGY 16V-250

Engine Deadweight = 270,000 lbs.


Hold Down Bolt Tension Per Bolt - 45,500 lbs.
2" O Bolts - 20 Main Frame Chocks
*Assume all load is on 20 Main Frame Chocks

TOTAL NORMAL LOAD = Engine Deadweight + Total Bolt Tensions = 270,000 lbs. + 20 x 45,500 = 1,180,000 lbs.

TOTAL RESISTIVE FORCE OF CHOCKFAST RESIN CHOCKS TO CAST IRON ENGINE BEDPLATE = Coefficient of
Friction of CHOCKFAST Resin Chocks to Cast Iron x Total Normal Force = 0.7 x 1,180,000 lbs. - 826,000 lbs.

TOTAL RESISTIVE FORCE IF STEEL CHOCKS USED = 0.15 x 1,180,000 lbs. = 177,000 lbs.

Forces available to help hold alignment: 1) with CHOCKFAST Resin Chocks = 826,000 lbs.
2) with steel chocks - 177,000 lbs.

Example 3: INGERSOLL RAND KVG-412

Engine Deadweight = 140,000 lbs.


Hold Down Bolt Tension Per Bolt = 25,560 lbs.
18 1-1/2" O Bolts
*Assume all load is on 18 Main Frame Chocks

TOTAL NORMAL LOAD = Engine Deadweight and Total Bolt Tensions = 140,000 + 18 x 25,560 = 600,080 lbs.

TOTAL RESISTIVE FORCE OF CHOCKFAST RESIN CHOCKS TO CAST IRON ENGINE BEDPLATE = Coefficient of
Friction of CHOCKFAST Resin Chocks to Cast Iron x Total Normal Force = 0.7 x 600,080 lbs. = 420,056 lbs.

TOTAL RESISTIVE FORCE IF STEEL CHOCKS USED = 0.15 x 600,080 lbs. = 90,012 lbs.

Forces available to help hold alignment: 1) with CHOCKFAST Resin Chocks - 420,056 lbs.
2) with steel chocks - 90,012 lbs.

CONCLUSION: CHOCKFAST RESIN CHOCKS PROVIDE 4 - 5 TIMES THE RESISTIVE FORCE OF STEEL CHOCKS.

October, 99
Chockfast Orange
Hardener Ratio Guide
(I.V. Version)

Bulletin # 693A

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Bulletin # 693A – Page 2
CHOCKFAST® RED
Compatibility With Concrete and Steel
Bulletin # 638A

The most important design criteria for an epoxy grout are those physical properties that directly affect the grout's
compatibility with concrete and steel; these criteria are Coefficient of Linear Thermal Expansion and peak Exothermic
Temperature. All major epoxy grouts on the market today have sufficient Compressive Strength.

1. Coefficient of Linear Thermal Expansion (CTE) provides the expansion or contraction in units of inch per inch
of a material subjected to a 1°F increase or decrease in temperature. The following is a listing of the CoTE's
for concrete, steel and various epoxy grouts as published by their respective manufacturers:

CONCRETE 5.9
Coefficients of Linear Thermal Expansion
-6
STEEL 6.1 (In./in./°F) x 10

CHOCKFAST RED 11.2


16.9

OTHER EPOXY GROUTS 28.0

Because CHOCKFAST RED is a gently curing epoxy grout, its peak exothermic temperature (95°F to 130°F
depending on depth) is often very near the foundation temperature under operating machinery. This small difference
between the peak exothermic temperature and the operating temperature results in minimum foundation stress.
When machinery is not operating, freezing conditions may occur, and the epoxy grout will want to contract more than
the concrete or steel because of the different CoTE's. As a result of the epoxy bond to the concrete, the epoxy will be
in tension and the concrete in compression.

Temp (DF)

Epoxy Grout contracts faster than Concrete


(Epoxy in Tension)

Concrete restricts Epoxy Grout contraction


(Concrete in Compression)

Foundation Temperature Below


Peak Exotherm Temperature

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Bulletin No. 638A - Page 2

If the temperature drops far enough below equilibrium, the epoxy may be in sufficient tension to crack the epoxy itself,
or shear the bond line with the concrete.

By using expansion joints installed in accordance with ITW Philadelphia Resins' procedures, stress cracking can be
avoided and longer life can be expected from properly designed foundations. Please see Bulletins No. 662 and 645
for more information on expansion joints.

2. Peak Exothermic Temperature is the maximum temperature that an epoxy reaches during its cure. This is
also the point at which the epoxy changes from liquid to solid. Therefore, the operating temperature that
would produce no thermal stress would be equal to the peak exothermic temperature for that epoxy. For this
reason CHOCKFAST RED has been formulated to have the lowest peak exothermic temperature possible.

EXOTHERM CURVES: CFR vs. Other Epoxy Grout


220
200
Temperature

2. Peak Exotherm 1. CHOCKFAST RED 16’x16’x6’


180 o
210 F
160 2. Other “non-shrink” Epoxy Grout
16’x16’x6’
140
120 o
1. Peak Exotherm 95 F
100
80
0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9
Hours

Assuming a 70°F foundation temperature and the CoTE's and PE values for the respective grouts, the linear
contraction of the epoxy grout would be:

Linear Contraction (in/in) = CTE X ∆T

Grout CTE _T (PE-70°) Linear Contraction


-6 -5
CHOCKFAST RED 11.2 x 10 (in/in/°F) x (95-70)°F = 28.0 x 10 (in/in)
-6 -5
Other Grout 27.0 x 10 (in/in/°F) x (210-70)°F = 378.0 x 10 (in/in)

The linear contraction of the competitive grout is 13 times as great as the linear contraction of the CHOCKFAST
RED. Of course, if the foundation temperature was 95°F there would be no linear contraction of CHOCKFAST RED.

A long term healthy foundation is the end result of a low peak exothermic temperature coupled with a low Coefficient
of Linear Thermal Expansion. CHOCKFAST RED has been formulated to maintain these properties in single pours
18" deep if necessary. The compatibility of CHOCKFAST RED with concrete ensures a problem-free foundation for
many years of operation

October, 99
Grouting
Large Anchor Bolts
Bulletin # 615A

50mm
D
(2 in.)

Grouting Large Anchor Bolts


MACHINE BASE
Deep anchor pockets up to 2 meters
2
(6 ft) long and 200mm (8”) wide may 12 D
be filled conveniently with a single
placement of CHOCKFAST RED. 60-75mm
(2 1/4 - 3in.)

The gentle exotherm of CHOCK-


FASTRED allows grout placement 1.5 - 2m
(5 - 6 1/2 ft.)
of large bolts to be executed with 1
Tape Wrap
single pours in extremely hot and for Bolt
humid climates with negligible Tensioning
shrinkage.

Most process machinery is critically


aligned within hundredths of
millimeter tolerance. Therefore, final
horizontal leveling pours in contact
with critically aligned baseplates,
rails, soleplates or coupled
machinery should be limited to a
150 - 200mm
depth of 100mm (4”). (6 - 8 in.)

1 CHOCKFAST RED “Final Leveling


Pour” under critically aligned
machinery components

2 CHOCKFAST RED “Bolt Pocket”


filled with first pour
COMPARISON OF
PHYSICAL CHARACTERISTICS:
GROUTING COMPOUNDS
Bulletin # 610L
CHOCKFAST® RED CHOCKFAST® RED SG CHOCKFAST® BLUE

RELEVANT BULLETIN 617 618 616

COEFFICIENT OF THERMAL EXPANSION:


-6 -6 -6
ASTM D-696 20.1 X 10 /C° 19.4 X 10 /C° 27.7 X 10 /C°
-6 -6 -6
0°C-60°C (32°F-140°F) (11.2 X 10 /F°) (10.8 X 10 /F°) (15.4 X 10 /F°)

COMPRESSIVE MODULUS 13793 MPa 13582 MPa 11310 MPa


OF ELASTICITY: (2,000,000 psi) (1,970,000 psi) (1,640,000 psi)
ASTM C-579

COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH 105 Mpa 124.9 MPa 131 MPa


ASTM C-579 (15,250 psi) (18,120 psi) (19,000 psi)

FIRE RESISTANCE Self Extinguishing Self Extinguishing Self Extinguishing


ASTM D-635

FLEXURAL STRENGTH: 27.7 MPa 33 MPa 33.9 MPa


ASTM C-580 (4,025 psi) (4,800 psi) (4,920 psi)

FLEXURAL MODULUS 13793 Mpa 18060 Mpa 11793 MPa


6 6 6
OF ELASTICITY: (2 X 10 psi) (2.62 X 10 psi) (1.7 X 10 psi)
ASTM C-580

IZOD IMPACT STRENGTH 0.02 N.m/mm ----------- 0.015 N.m/mm


ASTM D-256 (4.6 in lb/in) (3.4 in lb/in)

LINEAR SHRINKAGE: Not Measurable Not Measurable 0.0001 mm/mm


ASTM D-2566 (0.0001 in/in)

MAXIMUM POUR DEPTH: 450 mm (18 in) 100 mm (4 in) 44 mm (1-3/4 in)

POT LIFE @ 21°C (70°F) 3 hours 1 hour 35-50 minutes

SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 2.06 2.24 2.0

TENSILE STRENGTH: 12.6 Mpa 14.6 Mpa 21.7 MPa


ASTM D-638 (1832 psi) (2130 psi) (3156 psi)

VOLUME PER UNIT: 45.3L 45.3L 13.1L


3 3 3
1.6 ft 1.6 ft 800 in

NOTE: The physical properties quoted above are for laboratory prepared specimens. Tests on specimens
from a job site may not be identical

ITW PHILADELPHIA RESINS


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All printed statements, data and recommendations are based on reliable information and are presented without any guarantee or warranty. Statements
regarding the use of ITW Philadelphia Resins products and processes are not to be construed as recommendations for use in violation of any applicable
laws, regulations or patent rights. © All rights reserved.
INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS
CHEMICAL RESISTANCE CHART
Bulletin No. 675C, Page 1

R – RESISTANT TO IMMERSION OR PROLONGED CONTACT


S – RESISTANT TO SPLASH AND SPILLAGE ONLY
N – NOT RECOMMENDED
TROWELABLE
ALL CF REPAIR FLOOR WEAREX 2001
PROD. COMPOUND RESURFACER ARC #6/#8 650 SERIES 6700/ 6470

ACETALDEHYDE CONC. S S S S S S S S S
ACETIC ACID - UP TO 12% R R R R R R S S R
ACETIC ACID - 12 TO 20% S S S S S S N S S
ACETIC ACID - OVER 20% N N S N N N N N N
ACETONE - 100% N N S N N N S R N
ACIDS, DILUTE INORGANIC R R R R R R R R R
ACIDS, CONCENTRATED N N S N N N N S N
ACRYLIC ACID N N S N N N N N N
AIR R R R R R R R R R
ALCOHOLS R R R R R R R R R
ALDEHYDES S S S S S S S S S
ALLYL CHLORIDE S S S S S S S S S
ALUM, AMMONIUM R R R R R R R R R
ALLUMINUM CHLORIDE R R R R R R R R R
ALUMINUM SULFATE R R R R R R R R R
ALUMINUM POTASSIUM SULFATE R R R R R R R R R
ALIPHATIC HYDROCARBONS R S R S R R R R S
AMMONIA, 10% R R R R R R R R R
AMMONIA, 25% N N S N N N N N N
AMMONIUM CHLORIDE S S S S S S S R S
AMMONIUM BICARBONATE R R R R R R R R R
AMMONIUM BIFLUORIDE S S S S S S S R S
AMMONIUM NITRATE S S S S S S S R S
AMMONIUM PHOSPHATE S S S S S S R R S
AMMONIUM SULFATE S S S S S S R R S
AMYL ACETATE R S R S S S S R S
AMYL ALCOHOL R R R R R R R R R
AMYL CHLORIDE S S S S S S S R S
ANILINE N N N N N N N N N
ANTIMONY CHLORIDE, TRI- R R R R R R R R R
AROMATIC HYDROCARBONS R S R S R N R R S
BEER S S R S S S R R S
BENZELDEHYDE N N N N N N N R N
BENZENE N N S N N N N R N
BENZENE HEXACHLORIDE R R R R R R R R R
BENZENE SULFONIC ACID S S S S S N S R S
BLACK LIQUOR R R R R R R R R S
BLEACH LIQUOR S S R S S S S N S
BORIC ACID R R R R R R R R R
BROMINE WATER S S S S S S S S S
BUTYL ACETATE S S R S S S R R S
BUTYL ALCOHOL (BUTANOL) R R R R R R R R R
BUTYL CELLOSOLVE R R R R R R R R R
BUTYRIC ACID R R R R R S R R S
CALCIUM CHLORATE S S R S S S S S S
CALCIUM CHLORIDE R R R R R R R R R
CALCIUM HYDROXIDE R R R S R S R R S
CALCIUM HYPOCHLORITE S S R S S S S N S
CARBON BISULFIDE S S R S S S S S S
CARBON TETRACHLORIDE S S S S S S S S S
CAUSTIC SODA R R R R R R R R R
CAUSTIC POTASH R R R S R S R R R
CHLORINATED SOLVENTS S S S S S S S S S
CHLORINE SOLUTION S S S S S S S N S
CHLORINE GAS R R R R R R R N/A R
CHLOROBENZENE N N S N N N N S N
CHLOROSULFONIC ACID, DILUTE R R R R R S R R R
CHROMIC ACID - UP TO 20% R R R R R R R R R
CHROMIC ACID - OVER 20% N N N N N N N N N
INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS
CHEMICAL RESISTANCE CHART
Bulletin No. 675C, Page 2

R – RESISTANT TO IMMERSION OR PROLONGED CONTACT


S – RESISTANT TO SPLASH AND SPILLAGE ONLY
N – NOT RECOMMENDED
TROWELABLE
ALL CF REPAIR FLOOR WEAREX 2001
PROD. COMPOUND RESURFACER ARC #6/#8 650 SERIES 6700/ 6470

CITRIC ACID 50% S S S S S S R R S


CITRIC ACID, DILUTE 20% R R R R R R R R R
COPPER CHLORIDE R R R R R R R R R
COPPER SULFATE R R R S R R R R R
CRUDE OIL, SWEET/SOUR R R R R R R R R R
CYCLOHEXANOL 100% R R R R R R R R R
CYCLOHEXANONE 100% N N S N N N R S N

DETERGENTS R R R S R R R R R
DIBUTYL PHTHALATE S S S S S S S R S
DIETHYL ETHER R S R S R R S R S
DIETHYLENETRIAMINE 10% N N S N N N N S N
DIMETHYL PHTHALATE S S S S S S S R S
DIOXANE N N N N N N N S N

ETHERS S S R S S S S R S
ETHYL ALCOHOL 96% S N S N S S R R N
(192 PROOF ETHANOL)
ETHYL BENZENE N N R N N N R R N
ETHYLENEDIAMINE N N N N N N N S N
ETHYLENE DICHLORIDE S S S S S N S S S
ETHYLENE GLYCOL R R R R R R R R R

FATTY ACIDS R N R N R R R R N
FERRIC CHLORIDE R S R S R R R R S
FERRIC NITRATE S S S S S S R R S
FERRIC SULFATE R R R R R R R R R
FORMALDEHYDE, 10% R R R R R R R R R
FORMIC ACID N N S N N N N N N

GASOLINE, REGULAR R R R R R R R R R
GASOLINE, AVIATION R R R R R R R R R
GLYCERIN (GLYCEROL) R R R S S R R R R

HEXANE R R R R R R R R R
HEXYLENE GLYCOL R R R R R R R R R
HYDROBROMIC ACID S S S S S S S S S
HYDROCHLORIC ACID, 20% R S R S R S S R S
HYDROCHLORIC, CONCENTRATED S S S S S N S N S
HYDROCYANIC ACID S S S S S S S S S
HYDROFLUORIC ACID S N S N S N N N N
HYDROGEN PEROXIDE, DILUTE S S S S S S S S S
HYDROGEN SULFIDE S S S S S S R R S
HYPO SOLUTION R R R R R R R R R
HYPOCHLOROUS ACID S S S S S N S S S

IODINE S S S S S N S S S

JET FUEL R R R R R R R R S

KEROSENE R R R R R R R R S
KETONES S S R S S R R R N
KRAFT COOKING OIL, ACID R R R R R R R R R
KRAFT COOKING OIL, 250°. F S S S S S N S R S

LACTIC ACID (DILUTE) R R R R R S R R R


LINSEED OIL R R R R R R R R R

MAGNESIUM CHLORIDE R R R R R R R R R
MAGNESIUM SULFATE R R R R R R R R R
MALEIC ANHYDRIDE S S S S S S S R S
INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS
CHEMICAL RESISTANCE CHART
Bulletin No. 675C, Page 3

R – RESISTANT TO IMMERSION OR PROLONGED CONTACT


S – RESISTANT TO SPLASH AND SPILLAGE ONLY
N – NOT RECOMMENDED
TROWELABLE
ALL CF REPAIR FLOOR WEAREX 2001
PROD. COMPOUND RESURFACER ARC #6/#8 650 SERIES 6700/ 6470

MERCURIC CHLORIDE S S S S S S S R S
MERCUROUS NITRATE S S S S S S R S S
METHYL ALCOHOL (METHANOL) S S S S S S S N S
METHYLENE DICHLORIDE N N N N N N N N N
METHYL ETHYL KETONE S S S S S N S R N
MILK R R R R R R R R R
MINERAL OIL R R R R R R R R R
MOLASSES R R R R R R R R R
MOTOR OIL R R R R R R R R R

NAPTHA R R R R R R R R R
NICKEL CHLORIDE R R R R R R R R R
NICKEL SULFATE R R R R R R R R R
NITRIC ACID - 10% R R R R R S S S S
NITRIC ACID, CONCENTRATED N N N N N N N N N
NITROBENZENE 100% N N N N N N N S N

OLEIC ACID S S S S S S R R S
OXALIC ACID S S S S S S S R S
OXYGEN R R R R R R R N R

PHENOL N N N N N N N N N
PHOSPHORIC ACID, DIL. R R R R R R R R R
PLATING SOLUTIONS S S S S S S N S S
POTASSIUM CARBONATE R R R R R R R R R
POTASSIUM CHLORIDE R R R R R R R R R
POTASSIUM DICROMATE S S S S S S R R S
POTASSIUM HYDROXIDE 40% S S S S S S R R S
POTASSIUM NITRATE S S S S S S R R S

SEA WATER R R R R R R R R R
SOAP SOLUTION R R R R R R R R R
SODIUM BISULFATE R R R R R R R R R
SODIUM BICHROMATE SOL. 66g/100 R R R R R R R R R
SODIUM CARBONATE R R R R R R R R R
SODIUM CHLORIDE R R R R R R R R R
SODIUM CHLORITE 10g/100 S S S S S S R R S
SODIUM HYDROXIDE, 50% S S R S S S R R S
SODIUM HYPOCHLORITE S S S S S S S S S
SODIUM METHOXIDE S S S S S S S S S
SODIUM NITRATE S S S S S S R N S
SODIUM PHOSPHATE, TRI R S R S R S R N S
SODIUM SULFATE R R R R R R R N R
SODIUM THIOSULFATE S S S S S S R N S
STEARIC ACID R R R R R R R N S
STANNIC CHLORIDE R R R R R R R N S
STYRENE N N N N N N R R N
SUGAR R R R R R R R R R
SULFAMIC ACID R R R R R S R R R
SULFUR DIOXIDE R R R R R R R R R
SULFURIC ACID, 20% R S R S R S S R S
SULFURIC ACID, 50% S S S S S N S R S
SULFURIC ACID, 95% N N N N N N N R N
INDUSTRIAL PRODUCTS
CHEMICAL RESISTANCE CHART
Bulletin No. 675C, Page 4

R – RESISTANT TO IMMERSION OR PROLONGED CONTACT


S – RESISTANT TO SPLASH AND SPILLAGE ONLY
N – NOT RECOMMENDED
TROWELABLE
ALL CF REPAIR FLOOR WEAREX 2001
PROD. COMPOUND RESURFACER ARC #6/#8 650 SERIES 6700/ 6470

TANNIC ACID S S S S S S R R S
TARTARIC ACID R R R R R R R R R
TETRACHLOROETHANE N N N N N N R S N
TETRAETHYLENE PENTAMINE R R R R R S R S R
TOLUENE SULFONIC ACID S S S S S N S R S
TOLUENE N N N N N N R R N
TRICHLOROACETIC ACID N N S N N N N N N
TRICHLOROETHYLENE N N N N N N R S N
TRISODIUM PHOSPHATE R R R R R R R R R
TURPENTINE N N N N N N S R N

UREA R S R S R S S R S
URINE R R R R R R R R R

VINEGAR R S R S R S S R S

WATER, ACID, HOT, STEAM S N S S S N N S N


WATER, BOILING S N S S S S N S N
WAX EMULSION R R R R R R R R R
WINE R S R S R R R R S

XYLENE R S R S R N R R S

ZINC CHLORIDE S S S S S S R R S
ZINC SULFATE S S S S S S R R S
CHOCKFAST® RED AND RED SG
GUIDELINES FOR STORING, MIXING & POURING
Bulletin #1024A

INTRODUCTION

The following CHOCKFAST surface preparation, mixing, pouring and storing procedures have been
written as an aid for contractors and end users applying CHOCKFAST on a job site. If the application
procedures are not adhered to it is recommended that the user contact Philadelphia Resins or the local
Philadelphia Resins distributor for alternate methods. The nearest distributor can be located on our web
page at www. chockfastgrout.com. All procedures in this bulletin apply to CHOCKFAST RED and
CHOCKFAST RED SG unless stated otherwise.

CHOCKFAST RED.-fast curing, high compressive and tensile strength grout that can be applied
30mm(1.25 in.) to 46cm (18 in.) in thickness.

CHOCKFAST RED SG-fast curing, high compressive and tensile strength grout that can be applied
25mm (1 in.) to 100mm (4 in.) in thickness. A cold weather additive with Red SG will enable grouting at
0°C (32°F).

GROUT STORAGE

• All grout materials should be stored in a dry, shaded area in original unopened containers.

• Recommended storage temperatures are 16° - 35° C (65°- 95°F).

• The materials have a shelf life in excess of 12 months.

• The grouting materials should be preconditioned to a minimum of 19° - 27° C (65° -80°F) for 24 to
48 hours before mixing and application. (Chockfast Red SG mixed with the cold weather
accelerator additive does not need to be preconditioned).

• Construct a shelter over the foundation to protect the work area from the elements particularly
during cold, wet or very hot conditions.

FOUNDATION PREPARATION

• New concrete needs to be 21 to 28 days fully cured or have a compressive strength of 210
kg/cm² (3000psi) and tensile strength of 21 kg/cm² (300 psi). In order to insure a good bond of
epoxy to the concrete, check that hydration has ceased.

• The concrete should be chipped to remove all laitance and 50% of the aggregate exposed to
provide a rough bonding surface for the epoxy. Dowels should be installed on new exposed
concrete to prevent edge lifting.

• The concrete foundation should be dry and oil free before the pouring of grout.

• Form as for concrete using good quality form material. Fit 30mm x 45mm ( 1-3/16 in. x 1-3/4 in.)
chamfer pieces. Wax or grease all surfaces of forming in contact with resin. Seal all gaps with
suitable mastic or putty.

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All printed statements, data and recommendations are based on reliable information and are presented without any guarantee or
warranty. Statements regarding the use of ITW Philadelphia Resins products and processes are not to be construed as
recommendations for use in violation of any applicable laws, regulations or patent rights. © All rights reserved.
Chockfast Red and Red SG
Bulletin #1024A - Page 2

FOUNDATION PREPARATION

• Sleeve all foundation bolts in way of resin to prevent adhesion and to allow bolt stretch.

• Construct head boxes if resin has to flow more than one meter (3 ft).

PREPARATION OF BASEPLATES OR SOLEPLATES

• All 90 angles on steel work in contact with the epoxy should be rounded to reduce stress
concentrations in the grout. Round shim stock is preferred.

• Surfaces of base plates or soleplates in contact with grout should be sandblasted to a clean, oil
free, dry surface. Epoxy primer can be applied to the clean metal surfaces to prevent rusting.

MIXING

• Remove lid from resin/hardener container and pour the hardener into the resin. Mix with a low
speed drill and 12mm Jiffy Mixer blade for 3 minutes.

• Chockfast Red should be mixed in a 15 –20 rpm mortar mixer capable of holding a minimum of
90.6 lit (3.2 cu ft).

• Add the pre mixed liquids to mortar mixer and one bag of aggregate. Progressively add the
remaining bags of aggregate assuring a homogeneous mix. Mixing is complete when
aggregate is wet (for the first mix ½ a bag of aggregate should be withheld to facilitate the
“wetting out of the mixer”).

• Subsequent mixes should contain 4 bags. Never reduce aggregate by more than half a bag to
improve flow.

• It is important to mix the grout until the 4 bags of aggregate have been “wetted out”. Over mixing
will encourage the entrapment of air.

POURING

• Pour the Chockfast Red as soon as possible after mixing.

WORKING TIME (POT LIFE)

Chockfast Red 2-3 hours @ 21°C (70°) Chockfast Red SG 0.5 hours @ 21°C (70°)

CURE TIME

Chockfast Red Chockfast Red SG Chockfast Red SG with Accelerator

54 hours @ 16°C (60°F) 48 hours @ 16°C (60°F) 90 hours @ 0°C (32°F)


36 hours @ 21°C (70°F) 24 hours @ 21°C (70°F) 48 hours @ 5°C (40°F)
24 hours @ 27°C (80°F) 24 hours @ 10°C (50°F)
18 hours @ 32°C (90°F)

• Protect newly poured Chockfast Red from sudden temperature changes and direct sunlight.

• Additional layers of Chockfast can be poured providing the initial pour has returned to an ambient
temperature and the surface has been roughened up to provide a mechanical bond.
ITW Philadelphia Resins
Auxiliary Products
ITW PHILADELPHIA RESINS
EXPANSION JOINT COMPOUND
Bulletin #1018A

DESCRIPTION

ITW Philadelphia Resins EXPANSION JOINT COMPOUND is a two-component epoxy resin formulation intended as a
flexible foundation seam sealant. It has good adhesive strength and flexibility over a wide temperature range.

USES

For sealing joints where expansion and contraction movement will take place. EXPANSION JOINT COMPOUND is
particularly effective with concrete structures and forms part of ITW Philadelphia Resins' standard design recommendation for
stationary diesel and gas engine installation. Expansion joints should be spaced in accordance with the recommendations of
Bulletin No. 643. To obtain adequate extensibility the correct cross section must be maintained; please see the reverse side
of this bulletin for suggestions.

ADVANTAGES

• Excellent adhesion to concrete, masonry, cured epoxy, glass, aluminum, steel, wood and many other construction
materials.
• Remains flexible over a wide temperature range, 0°F to 150°F (-18°C to 65°C).
• Durable and weather resistant.
• Vibration and impact resistant.
PHYSICAL PROPERTIES

COLORS: Dark Blue, Red, Gray


CONSISTENCY: Self-leveling, flowable liquid
CURE TIME: 24 hours at 75°F (24°C)
48 hours at 55°F (13°C)
ELONGATION: 200%
MIXING RATIO BY WEIGHT: 12 parts resin to 1 part hardener
PACKAGING: Resin: 1 gallon can. Net weight 6 lbs. 8 oz. (2.95 kg)
Hardener: 1-pint can. Net weight 8.5 oz. (241 g)
Mixed unit provides 152 cu. in. (2.5 liters)
POT LIFE: 45 minutes
USEFUL TEMPERATURE RANGE: 0°F - 150°F (-18°C to 65°C)

APPLICATION

Store the resin and hardener at between 70°F (21°C) and 80°F (27°C) for 24 hours before use. All surfaces must be sound,
clean and dry. Remove all oils, grease, previous caulking, efflorescence and protective coating, etc. New concrete must be
completely cured. Application should be made when the joint is as near mid-working temperature range as practicable, but
above 55°F (13°C). Mix EXPANSION JOINT COMPOUND by adding the hardener to the resin can and using a small Jiffy
mixer blade at 200 rpm in an electric drill. Mix for three minutes. Clean all tools with PRT-59 solvent. A trowelable mixture
can be made by adding dry sand to mixed EXPANSION JOINT COMPOUND.

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regarding the use of ITW Philadelphia Resins products and processes are not to be construed as recommendations for use in violation of any applicable
laws, regulations or patent rights. © All rights reserved.
Bulletin #1018A – Page 2

TYPICAL EXPANSION JOINT DETAILS:

ITW PRC
EXPANSION JOINT
COMPOUND
2:1 Aspect

Ethafoam
Styrofoam Backer Rod

ITW PRC
Expansion Joint
Compound

Concrete
Concrete

"Secondary Seal"
ITW PHILADELPHIA RESINS
REPAIR COMPOUND
Bulletin #1015

DESCRIPTION

ITW Philadelphia Resins REPAIR COMPOUND is a two-component epoxy paste developed specifically for
filling, smoothing and fairing applications on metals, plastics (FRP), wood or masonry. The smooth
consistency and excellent non-sagging properties of Repair Compound make it unexcelled for leveling rough
or pitted plating, forming fillets, smoothing weld seams, etc. REPAIR COMPOUND s nontoxic and contains
no solvents. Resistance to fresh water, salt water, crude and refined oils, gasoline, jet fuel, etc., is excellent.

Preparing surfaces of hulls, storage tanks, sonar domes, etc., for painting, fiberglassing or rubber lining
generally requires that all welds, pitting, rough surfaces or irregularities be smoothed. The use of REPAIR
COMPOUND provides a tough, uniform surface that will readily accept any top coating or lining.

Exceptional troweling and application characteristics provide a smooth finished surface. If additional finishing
is desirable, the material is readily sanded or ground. The excellent feathering properties facilitate the
achieving of precision surface profiles or smoothness.

Repairs of pump casings, impellers, sea chests, condenser boxes, etc., are easily and effectively
accomplished with REPAIR COMPOUND. Additional uses include the fairing of corroded or uneven hull and
deck plating, repair of cavitation damage, repair and sealing of riveted seams, etc. REPAIR COMPOUND is
ideally suited for fairing around sensitive electrical equipment as it contains no metallic fillers.

SURFACE PREPARATION

The adhesion of REPAIR COMPOUND is greatly improved by removing all grease, rust, scale and paint from
surface before application. Sandblasting of metal surfaces to SSPC #10 Near White is the preferred
preparation, but sanding, grinding or hand chipping are acceptable for small areas. Uncoated fiberglass
or wood requires grinding or sanding to roughen or clean surface. Compound may be used for fairing over
sound old coatings if surface is lightly abraded by sanding to maximize adhesion.

Remove all grease and oil films by thoroughly cleaning surface with clean rags saturated with
TriChloroEthylene, Xylene or PRT-59 Solvent.

ITW PHILADELPHIA RESINS


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REPAIR COMPOUND
Bulletin #1015 - Page 2

MIXING INSTRUCTIONS

Place equal quantities by volume of blue resin and white hardener on small palette or mortarboard with putty
knife. Thoroughly mix the equal quantities together until a uniform streak-free blue color is achieved. A
complete inter-mixing of the two components is essential for proper curing.

Working time of mixed material is one hour at 72°F (22°C), longer at lower temperatures, shorter at higher
temperatures.

REPAIR COMPOUND will hard cure and is readily over-coated, ground or sanded in 6 hours at 70°F (21°C).
Up to 8 hours may be required at 50°F (10°C). Hand or tool dampened with water aids in smoothing. Clean
tools and equipment with epoxy solvent or PRT-59 Solvent.

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES

COLOR: Resin - Blue


Hardener - Cream
Mixed - Blue
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COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH: 8,900 psi (623 kg/cm ) ASTM D-695

CURE TIME: 8 hours @ 72°F (22C°)


Sandable in 3 hours @ 72°F (22°C)
Full Cure: 24 hours @ 72°F (22°C)
1/8” (3.1 mm) film

HARDNESS - SHORE D: 65-70 after 8 hours @ 72°F (22°C) ASTM 4-2240


80-85 after 24 hours @ 72°F (22°C)

IZOD IMPACT STRENGTH: 5.3 in.lb./in (0.24 Newton meters/cm) ASTM D-256

MIXING RATIO - By Volume: 1:1

NET WEIGHT PER 7.57 Liters: 22 lbs. (10 Kg)


(two gallon) unit

PACKAGING: Two Quart (1.89 liters) unit


Two Gallon (7.57 liters) unit

POT LIFE: 70 min. @ 72°F (22°C)


3” (75 mm) thickness

SHELF LIFE: One year (closed container)

SPECIFIC GRAVITY: 1.45


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TENSILE STRENGTH: 2,600 psi (183 kg/cm ) ASTM D-638

VISCOSITY: Paste

October, 99
ITW PHILADELPHIA RESINS
CONCRETE ADHESIVE
Bulletin #1014

ITW Philadelphia Resins CONCRETE ADHESIVE is a specially formulated epoxy adhesive system designed
for pressure injection repairs to concrete and adhesion of new concrete to old concrete.

APPLICATION:

CONCRETE ADHESIVE is supplied in pre-measured, one-gallon units. Mixing is accomplished by pouring


the Hardener component into the slack filled Resin can and mixing until homogeneous. The use of a slow
speed power mixer with an ITW Philadelphia Resins' Jiffy mixer blade is recommended.

When using CONCRETE ADHESIVE between new and old concrete, pour new concrete within 3 hours of
application of CONCRETE ADHESIVE while the adhesive is still wet to the touch.

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES:

COLOR: Amber

CURE TIME: 18 hours @ 72°F (22°C)

ELONGATION: 56%
5 2
FLEXURAL MODULUS: 1.15 x 10 psi (80870 kg/cm )
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FLEXURAL YIELD: 4,600 psi (323 kg/cm )

FULL CURE: 48 hours @ 72°F (22°C)

HARDNESS - BARCOL: 62 @ 72°F (22°C) - 24 hours


78 @ 72°F (22°C)- 48 hours

HARDNESS - SHORE "D": 75 @ 72°F (22°C)- 24 hours


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NET WEIGHT PER GALLON UNIT - MIXED: 8.9 lbs. (1.07 gm/cm )

POT LIFE: 40 MINUTES @ 72°F (1 gal. batch)


@ 22°C (3.8 liter batch)

SHELF LIFE: 1 year


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TENSILE STRENGTH: 4,050 psi (285 kg/cm )

VISCOSITY: 1,000 to 1,500 cps @ 72°F (22°C)

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ITW PHILADELPHIA RESINS
CONCRETE CRACK REPAIR LIQUID
Bulletin #1013

DESCRIPTION:

ITW PHILADELPHIA RESINS CONCRETE CRACK REPAIR LIQUID is a two component fast curing epoxy
formulation designed specifically for pressure injection of very thin cracks in concrete structures.
CONCRETE CRACK REPAIR LIQUID will re-bond cracks, delaminations and hollow planes in concrete
while restoring the structure's integrity. In addition, overnight curing at low temperatures (41°F, 5°C) is
possible.

APPLICATIONS:

CONCRETE CRACK REPAIR LIQUID is ideal for re-bonding cracks in machinery foundations, structural
columns and floors, chemical retention walls, aircraft runways and other types of concrete structures.
CONCRETE CRACK REPAIR LIQUID may also be used to fill voids between concrete structures, grouting
materials and the underside of pump base plates.

CONCRETE CRACK REPAIR LIQUID is a low viscosity formulation that will penetrate cracks 2 mils (.05mm)
in thickness. When used in machinery foundations, CONCRETE CRACK REPAIR LIQUID's dimensional
stability and creep resistance will contribute to long-term maintenance of machinery alignment and vibration
damping from an improved monolithic structure.

Actual concrete temperatures should be above 41°F (5°C) in order for CONCRETE CRACK REPAIR LIQUID
to cure within 24 hours. At higher concrete temperatures, cure times will be shorter. CONCRETE CRACK
REPAIR LIQUID should be preconditioned at 70° to 80°F (21° to 27°C) for 24 hours before mixing to ensure
suitable viscosity for pressure injection.

A CONCRETE CRACK REPAIR LIQUID one-pint unit may be mixed in its resin container and will then fill a
12 oz. Super Alloy manual dispensing gun. 5/16" Ball Valve Oil-Hole Covers are ideal pressure injection
hardware when glued in advance into the concrete crack with PHILLYBOND #6 FAST SET EPOXY PUTTY.
The tip of the 12 oz. gun fits well into these 5/16" one way ball valves facilitating a smooth job. Be sure to
avoid plugging the ball valves with excess amounts of PHILLYBOND #6 when gluing them into the concrete
after drilling 5/16" diameter holes about 3/8 inches into the concrete. All surrounding cracks must also be
sealed with PHILLYBOND #6 before proceeding with pressure injection. ITW PHILADELPHIA RESINS
REPAIR COMPOUND or TA-30 from ITW Philadelphia Resins may be used in place of PHILLYBOND #6.

MIXING:

CONCRETE CRACK REPAIR LIQUID is mixed by adding the entire contents of the hardener container into
the resin container and mixing for two minutes at 200 rpm or lower utilizing a small Jiffy mixer blade and slow
speed drill. PLEASE NOTE: Mix ratio by weight is approximately 2.6:1 resin to hardener. No measuring is
necessary if complete factory measured units are utilized.

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CONCRETE CRACK REPAIR LIQUID
Bulletin #1013 – Page 2

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

COLOR: White

APPLICATION 55°F (13°C) minimum to 90°F (32°C) maximum

TEMPERATURES: *Must be 5°F (3°C) above dew point

POT LIFE: 1 hour @ 72°F (22°C)


(shorter at higher temperatures)

CURE: Tack free - 3 hrs. @ 78°F (26°C), 5 mils (.13 mm)


Will cure overnight @ 41°F (5°C)

PACKAGING: One gallon unit (3.8 liters)


One-pint unit (.5 liters)

COVERAGE: Approx. 320 sq. ft./gal. @ 5 mils DFT


(9 sq.m/liter @ .13 mm DFT)

MIXING RATIO: Approx. 2.6:1 by weight

REDUCER: None required

RELATIVE HUMIDITY: 85% maximum

FLASH POINT: >100°F (37.7°C)

VISCOSITY: <1,000 cps @ 78°F (25.6°C)

SERVICE TEMPERATURE: 180°F (82°C) Dry Heat Resistance

WEIGHT SOLIDS: Approx. 98%

VOC: Approx. 0.22#/gal. (26.36 gms./ltr.)

PRECAUTION: Keep away from heat and open flame. Maintain good ventilation
and avoid breathing vapors. Avoid prolonged and repeated skin
contact.

October, 99
ITW PHILADELPHIA RESINS
TROWELABLE FLOOR
RESURFACER
Bulletin #1019A

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: A trowelable epoxy surfacing and leveling compound for new and old floors of
concrete, wood or steel where a high degree of chemical and abrasion resistance is required. The physical
properties of ITW Philadelphia Resins TROWELABLE FLOOR RESURFACER are much higher than those of
concrete and its excellent abrasion and impact resistance recommend it for high traffic areas. It is a 100%
reactive epoxy system formulated to conform to present OSHA requirements for mixing, handling and usage.
Designed for use where a durable, sanitary, chemical resistant antiskid floor is required. It meets USDA standards
for maintenance protective coatings not in direct contact with food in federally inspected meat and poultry plants.
RECOMMENDED USES:
Food Process Industries: dairies, bakeries, breweries, bottling plants and packing houses
Pharmaceutical Houses
Industrial Plants
Chemical Process and Refinery Industries
Utilities: Sewage and Water Treatment Plants, Generating Stations
SURFACE PREPARATION: (For more detailed information see Bulletin #994)
New Concrete: All surfaces must be firm, clean, dry and well cured before resurfacing. Newly poured concrete
must age at least 30 days at temperatures over 21°C (70°F) before coating. Form release agents, curing
compounds, salts, hardeners and other foreign matter will interfere with adhesion and must be removed by
sandblasting, shotblasting, mechanical scarification or suitable chemical means. If a curing membrane was not
used, then proceed
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with a 16% muriatic acid etch (3.7 liters [1 gal.] 32% muriatic acid to 3.7 liters [1 gal.] water) at
a rate of 7m /3.7 liters (75 sq.ft./gal.).
Old Concrete: Resurfacing older, uncoated concrete floors is done in much the same manner as new concrete.
Before etching, the concrete surface must be thoroughly cleaned with a strong detergent cleaner to remove all
grease, oils, etc. All loose concrete must be removed. Form release agents, hardeners, etc., must be removed
using same procedure as for new concrete.
Steel/Wood: Application to steel and wood floors is essentially the same as for concrete floors, however the
surface preparation and structural considerations vary. Consult our Engineering and Technical Service
Department for proper evaluation and recommendations.
Previously Painted/Resurfaced Floors: Consult our Engineering and Technical Service Department for proper
evaluation and recommendations.
RECOMMENDED SYSTEMS:
Concrete/Wood: 1st coat: ITW Philadelphia Resins TROWELABLE FLOOR RESURFACER PRIMER
2nd coat: ITW Philadelphia Resins TROWELABLE FLOOR RESURFACER
3rd coat (optional): PHILLYCLAD 2001 Series or PHILLYCLAD 550SL
Steel: 1st coat: ITW Philadelphia Resins RUST INHIBITIVE PRIMER
2nd coat: ITW Philadelphia Resins TROWELABLE FLOOR RESURFACER
3rd coat (optional): PHILLYCLAD 2001 Series or PHILLYCLAD 550SL
MIXING AND APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: After proper surface preparation, apply Primer to an area no
larger in size than can be surfaced within 8 hours. Prime all surfaces with TROWELABLE FLOOR
RESURFACER PRIMER 2 hours before application of ITW Philadelphia Resins TROWELABLE FLOOR
RESURFACER.
Primer: The ITW Philadelphia Resins TROWELABLE FLOOR RESURFACER unit includes enough Primer for
the unit area. Primer is to be applied to new or old concrete floors. Power mix Part A and Part B with a Jiffy mixer
blade and drill and let stand 10 minutes prior to application. Pour the mixed Primer onto the area to be primed,
pouring in a narrow ribbon paralleling a wall or work area. Apply Primer with a 13 mm (1/2") nap roller, rolling out a
sufficient quantity to insure complete wetting of floor surface. Apply Primer in a liberal fashion on very porous
surfaces. For irregular surfaces such as cracks, potholes and eroded areas and areas adjacent to walls and
corners, application by brush is recommended. Check the primed area for holidays and dry spots, roll out any
puddles. Primer can also be easily sprayed using conventional or airless spray equipment.

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ITW Philadelphia Resins TROWELABLE FLOOR RESURFACER
Bulletin #1019A, Page 2
Resurfacer: Pour hardener into slack-filled resin can and mix 1-2 minutes until homogeneous. Then pour and
scrape entire mixture into a clean 18.5 liter (5 gal.) metal pail. Mount the metal pail into an 18.5 liter (5 gal.)
portable electric mixer.* Start mixer and operate for 1 minute working mixing blade slowly through its full arc.
Slowly add all aggregate from bag over a period of 2-3 minutes. Continue mixing for 2 minutes until aggregate is
wet-out thoroughly. Immediately empty mixture onto primed floor surface and spread to desired thickness with a
metal float or by screeding. Finish surface with a 76mm x 305mm (3" x 12") steel trowel. Keep trowel clean with
PRT-59. Pitch to drains as required.
*If an 18.5 liter (5 gal.) portable electric mixer is not available, use conventional concrete mixing techniques.
Contact our Technical Service Department for specific information, or if in doubt about procedures, techniques or
equipment.
Using a steel trowel wetted with PRT-59 Solvent and held at an angle, apply pressure to the surface. Use a
sweeping motion to level, pack and close the surface. A surface free of lap marks is achieved by maintaining a
wet edge through continuous application of freshly mixed material. A properly finished surface will show few
trowel marks and the surface will be closed. Areas where ITW Philadelphia Resins TROWELABLE FLOOR
RESURFACER will butt against existing concrete need to be "keyed" by saw cutting or chipping a channel 6mm
(1/4") deep by 25mm (1") wide around the perimeter of the resurfaced area and beveling material down to the level
of existing concrete. Clean all adjacent floor areas and equipment with PRT-59 before ITW Philadelphia Resins
TROWELABLE FLOOR RESURFACER cures and hardens.
2 2 2
PACKAGING: A 1.8m (20 sq.ft.) unit contains 1 batch (coverage is 2
1.8m @ 6mm) (20 sq.ft. @ 1/4"). A 44m
(480 sq.ft.) bulk unit is equivalent to 24 batches (coverage is 44m @ 6mm) (480 sq.ft. @ 1/4"). Proportioning
from a bulk unit is accomplished at the job site with the aid of a factory
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marked proportioning pitcher indicating
correct amounts of resin and hardener2
to use for each batch. A 133m (1,440 sq.ft.) special bulk unit is equivalent
to 72 batches (coverage is 133m @ 6mm) (1,440 sq.ft. @ 1/4"). With this unit the liquid components are
packaged in drums. Sufficient primer is supplied with all units.
TECHNICAL INFORMATION:
COLORS: Cement, Haze Gray, Deck Gray, Tile Red
GLOSS: Not Applicable
VOLUME SOLIDS: 53% (Primer); 100% (Resurfacer)
VOC: (based on mixed components) 420 gms/ltr - (<3.5 lbs./gal.) - Primer
0 gms/ltr (0 lbs./gal.) - Resurfacer
COVERAGE: 1.8m2/batch @ 6mm thickness (20 sq.ft./batch @ 1/4" thickness)
PACKAGING: 1.8m2 (20 sq. ft.) unit
44m2 (480 sq.ft.) bulk unit
133m2 (1,440 sq.ft.) special bulk unit
APPLICATION TEMPERATURES: 12°C minimum to 35°C maximum (55°F minimum to 95°F maximum)
*Must be 3°C (5°F) above dew point
RELATIVE HUMIDITY: 85% maximum
SERVICEABILITY: Foot Traffic -- 12 hrs. @ 22°C (72°F) @ 50% RH
Full Cure -- 18 hrs. @ 22°C (72°F) @ 50% RH
MIXING RATIO: 1:1 parts resin/hardener by volume - Primer
2:1 parts resin/hardener by volume - Resurfacer
INDUCTION: None
POT LIFE: 8 hrs. - Primer; 45 min. - Resurfacer
FLASH POINT: 30°C (87°F) PMCC -- Primer; 90°C (200°F) PMCC -- Resurfacer
VISCOSITY: Not Applicable
REDUCER: Not Recommended
ABRASION RESISTANCE: 5 times concrete
COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH: 69 M Pa (10,000 psi) ASTM-D-695
FLEXURAL STRENGTH: 16.7 M Pa (2,446 psi) ASTM-D-790
SERVICE TEMPERATURE: -23°C to 65°C (-10°F to 150°F)
SHELF LIFE: 18 months in closed container stored @ 10°C to 32°C (50°F to 90°F)
PRECAUTION: Primer is flammable -- Keep away from heat and open flame. Maintain
good ventilation and avoid breathing vapors. Practice good
housekeeping procedures to avoid all skin contact. Aggregate contains
crystalline silica. Proper respiratory protection must be employed to
prevent over exposure to silica.
ITW PHILADELPHIA RESINS
ACID RESISTANT TROWELABLE
FLOOR RESURFACER
Bulletin #1020A

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: A trowelable, acid resistant epoxy resurfacer used to protect concrete, steel or wood in many
corrosive environments, including 98% SULFURIC ACID exposure. The physical properties of ACID RESISTANT
TROWELABLE FLOOR RESURFACER are much higher than those of concrete and its excellent acid resistant properties
make it a superior material for substrate protection when comparing to other epoxy systems. It is a 100% reactive epoxy
system formulated to conform to present OSHA requirements for mixing, handling and usage and is designed for use where a
durable, sanitary, chemical resistant antiskid floor is required. It meets USDA standards for maintenance protective coatings
not in direct contact with food in federally inspected meat and poultry plants.
RECOMMENDED USES: --Chemical Process Plants --Mining Industry
--Petroleum Facilities --Gas Processing
--Pulp and Paper Mills --Sewage and Water Treatment
--Food Processing Facilities
SURFACE PREPARATION: (For more detailed information, see Bulletin #994)
New Concrete: All surfaces must be firm, clean, dry and well cured before resurfacing. Newly poured concrete must age at
least 30 days at temperatures over 21°C (70°F) before coating. Form release agents, curing compounds, salts, hardeners
and other foreign matter will interfere with adhesion and must be removed by sandblasting, shotblasting, mechanical
scarification or suitable chemical means. If a curing membrane was not used, 2
then proceed with a 16% muriatic acid etch
(3.8 liter [1 gal.] 32% muriatic acid to 3.8 liter [1 gal.] water) at a rate of 1.8m /liter (75 sq. ft./gal.)
Old Concrete: Resurfacing older, uncoated concrete floors is done in much the same manner as new concrete. Before
etching, the concrete surface must be thoroughly cleaned with a strong detergent cleaner to remove all grease, oils, etc. All
loose concrete must be removed. Form release agents, hardeners, etc., must be removed using same procedure as for new
concrete.
Steel/Wood: Application to steel and wood floors is essentially the same as for concrete floors, however the surface
preparation and structural considerations vary. Consult our Engineering and Technical Service Department for proper
evaluation and recommendations.
Previously Painted/Resurfaced Floors: Consult our Engineering and Technical Service Department for proper evaluation and
recommendations.
RECOMMENDED SYSTEMS:
Concrete/Wood: 1st coat: ITW Philadelphia Resins TROWELABLE FLOOR RESURFACER PRIMER
2nd coat: ITW Philadelphia Resins ACID RESISTANT TROWELABLE FLOOR
RESURFACER
Steel: 1st coat: ITW Philadelphia Resins RUST INHIBITIVE PRIMER
2nd coat: ITW Philadelphia Resins ACID RESISTANT TROWELABLE FLOOR
RESURFACER
MIXING AND APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: After proper surface preparation, apply Primer to an area no larger in size
than can be surfaced within 8 hours. Prime all surfaces with Primer 2 hours before application of ACID RESISTANT
TROWELABLE FLOOR RESURFACER.
Primer: The ACID RESISTANT TROWELABLE FLOOR RESURFACER unit includes enough Primer for the unit area.
Primer is to be applied to new or old concrete floors. Power mix Part A and Part B with a Jiffy mixer blade and drill and let
stand 10 minutes prior to application. Pour the mixed Primer onto the area to be primed, pouring in a narrow ribbon
paralleling a wall or work area. Apply Primer with a 12 mm (1/2") nap roller, rolling out a sufficient quantity to insure complete
wetting of floor surface. Apply Primer in a liberal fashion on very porous surfaces. For irregular surfaces such as cracks,
potholes and eroded areas and areas adjacent to walls and corners, application by brush is recommended. Check the primed
area for holidays and dry spots, roll out any puddles. Primer can also be easily sprayed using conventional or airless spray
equipment.
Resurfacer: Pour hardener into slack-filled resin can and mix 1-2 minutes until homogeneous. Then pour and scrape entire
mixture into a clean 19 liter (5-gal.) metal pail. Mount the metal pail into a 19 liter (5-gal.) portable electric mixer.* Start mixer
and operate for 1 minute working mixing blade slowly through its full arc. Slowly add all aggregate from bag over a period of
2-3 minutes. Continue mixing for 2 minutes until aggregate is wet-out thoroughly. Immediately empty mixture on to primed
floor surface and spread to desired thickness with a metal float or by screeding. Finish surface with a 75mm x 300mm (3" x
12") steel trowel. Keep trowel clean with PRT-52. Pitch to drains as required.
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Bulletin #1020, Page 2
MIXING AND APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: (Continued)
*If a 19 liter (5 gal.) portable electric mixer is not available, use conventional concrete mixing techniques. Contact our
Technical Service Department for specific information, or if in doubt about procedures, techniques or equipment.
Using a steel trowel wetted with PRT-52 Solvent and held at an angle, apply pressure to the surface. Use a sweeping motion
to level, pack and close the surface. A surface free of lap marks is achieved by maintaining a wet edge through continuous
application of freshly mixed material. A properly finished surface will show few trowel marks and the surface will be closed to
prevent acid penetration. Areas where ACID RESISTANT TROWELABLE FLOOR RESURFACER will butt against existing
concrete need to be "keyed" by sawcutting or chipping a channel 6mm (1/4") deep by 25mm (1") wide around the perimeter of
the resurfaced area and beveling material down to the level of existing concrete. Vertical surfaces can be encapsulated with
ACID RESISTANT TROWELABLE FLOOR RESURFACER if lathing materials are properly applied to vertical concrete
surfaces in advance. Please contact our Technical Service Department if needed. Clean all adjacent floor areas and
equipment with PRT-52 before ACID RESISTANT TROWELABLE FLOOR RESURFACER cures and hardens.
2 2 2
PACKAGING: A 1.7 m (18 sq.ft.) unit contains 1 batch (coverage
2
is 1.7 m [18 sq.ft. @ 6mm [1/4"]). A 20 m (210 sq.ft.)
bulk unit is equivalent to 12 batches (coverage is 20 m [210 sq.ft.] @ 6mm [1/4"]). Proportioning from a bulk unit is
accomplished at the job site with the aid of a factory marked proportioning pitcher indicating correct amounts of resin and
hardener to use for each batch. Sufficient TROWELABLE FLOOR RESURFACER PRIMER is supplied with all units.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

COLORS: Cement, Haze Gray, Deck Gray, Tile Red


GLOSS: Not Applicable
VOLUME SOLIDS: 53% (Primer); 100% (Resurfacer)
VOC: (based on mixed <420 gms/l (3.5 lbs./gal.) - Primer
components) 0 gms/liter (0 lbs./gal.) - Resurfacer
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COVERAGE/PACKAGING: Basic Unit: 1.7m2 @ 6mm (18 sq.ft. @ 1/4") thickness
Bulk Unit: 20 m @ 6mm (210 sq.ft. @ 1/4") thickness
APPLICATION 12°C minimum to 35°C maximum (55°F minimum to 95°F maximum)
TEMPERATURES: *Must be 3°C (5°F) above dew point
RELATIVE HUMIDITY: 85% maximum
SERVICEABILITY: Foot Traffic -- 12 hrs. @ 22°C (72°F) @ 50% RH
Full Service -- 24 hrs. @ 22°C (72°F) @ 50% RH
Full Chemical Cure -- 5 days @ 22°C (72°F) @ 50% RH
MIXING RATIO: 1 to 1 parts resin/hardener by volume - Primer
1.6 to 1 parts resin/hardener by volume - Resurfacer
INDUCTION: None
POT LIFE: 8 hrs. - Primer; 45 min. - Resurfacer
FLASH POINT: 30°C (87°F) PMCC -- Primer; 90°C (200°F) -- Resurfacer
VISCOSITY: Not Applicable
REDUCER: Not Recommended
ABRASION RESISTANCE: 5 times concrete
COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH: 11,000 psi ASTM-D-695 Modified
FLEXURAL STRENGTH: 2,500 psi
SERVICE TEMPERATURE: Continuous Low -- -40°C (-40°F)
Continuous High-- 54°C (130°F)
SHELF LIFE: 18 months in closed container stored at 10°C to 32°C (50°F to 90°F)
PRECAUTION: Primer is flammable -- Keep away from heat and open flame. Maintain good ventilation and
avoid breathing vapors. Practice good housekeeping procedures to avoid all skin contact.
Aggregate contains crystalline silica. Proper respiratory protection must be employed to
prevent over exposure to silica.
ITW PHILADELPHIA RESINS
ANCHORBOLT GROUT
Bulletin #1017

DESCRIPTION

ITW Philadelphia Resins ANCHORBOLT GROUT is a 100% solids, two component, inert filled casting compound with
high impact and compressive strength designed for setting anchor bolts and rebar in concrete. The compound can
withstand severe industrial environments involving a high degree of both physical and thermal shock. It is supplied as two
pre-measured components, which are mixed in the resin container and poured directly from it.

PREPARATION

Bolt hole pockets should be clean, dry, and free of dust and debris. The bolt should have an appropriate “head” to prevent
rotation and between 12 and 40 mm (1/2” and 1-1/2”) radial clearance in the bolt hole pocket. If the clearance will be
substantially different from the above figures, then contact your Chockfast representative for an alternative
recommendation.

The bolt shank must be clean and dry to achieve maximum bolt strength of the ANCHORBOLT GROUT to it. Any portion
of the bolt shank that the ANCHORBOLT GROUT must not adhere to should be wrapped or sleeved with foam weather
stripping or suitable material depending on the radial freedom required.

MIXING

The ANCHORBOLT GROUT units should have been stored at about 70°F to 80°F (21°C to 27°C) for at least 24 hours
before use. The complete contents of the hardener can is added to the resin can and the unit mixed for 4 to 5 minutes at
200RPM with a Jiffy Mixer blade.

POURING

ANCHORBOLT GROUT flows easily and may be poured directly into the bolthole, down a chute, through a 25mm (1”) or
larger funnel, or injected. Often the bolts can be hanging in the bolt holes from the in-place equipment as they are
grouted.

CURING

The temperature in the bolt hole should be at least 55°F (13°C). If not the bolt may be heated gently but ensure it is for a
sufficient period of time.

55°F (13°C) 36 hours


70°F (21°C) 24 hours
85°F (29°C) 14 hours

This is for full strength; the bolts may be snugged up after 6 hours if necessary.

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Anchorbolt Grout
Bulletin #1017 - Page 2

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES

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COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH 745 kg/cm (10,600 psi)

2
MODULUS OF ELASTICITY 30,300 kg/cm (431,000 psi)

2
TENSILE STRENGTH 220 kg/cm (3,100 psi)

2
FLEXURAL STRENGTH 395 kg/cm (5,600 psi)

IMPACT STRENGTH 0.35 N⋅M/cm (8 in.lb./in.)

LINEAR SHRINKAGE .0002 mm/mm (.0002 in./in.)

POT LIFE @ 75°F (24°C) 40-45 min.

CURE TIME @ 75°F (24°C) 24 hours

COVERAGE 0.59 liters/kg (16.8 cu.in./lb.)

PACKAGING 5 kg (11 lb. unit)

October, 99
ITW PHILADELPHIA RESINS
RUST INHIBITIVE PRIMER HS
Bulletin #1021B

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: A lead and chromate free, rust inhibitive, two-component epoxy primer specifically designed for
use in conjunction with Philadelphia Resins coatings applied to metal substrates.

RECOMMENDED USES: RUST INHIBITIVE PRIMER HS is recommended for use as a metal primer in severe industrial and
chemical environments. It possesses excellent adhesion to properly prepared iron and steel surfaces; it provides rust
resistance to ferrous substrates, both on initial application and in the event of damage to the topcoat. It can be used under
many epoxy, urethane, vinyl, chlorinated rubber and coal tar/epoxy finish coats.

SURFACE PREPARATION:

Steel: All surfaces must be dry, clean and free of all previous coatings, rust and surface contamination. Minimum surface
preparation is abrasive blast to Commercial Grade SP-6. Blasted surfaces must be coated within 8 hours. Prior to blast
cleaning, remove all deposits of oil or grease using Solvent Clean method SP-1.

Previously Painted Surfaces: If the paint is peeling or degrading in any way, it should be completely removed by sanding,
blasting or stripping. If previous paint coating is completely intact, the surface may be cleaned with a strong detergent or
solvent and scuff sanded to remove the gloss. A spot test should be made by applying a small amount of coating over old
paint. The old finish may wrinkle or lift within 60 minutes. If it does not, wait 5 days and test for adhesion. Do this by cutting
an "X" into the coating, place tape firmly over the cut, then strip with a hard, fast pull. If the old finish fails, it must be removed.

RECOMMENDED SYSTEMS: One coat of RUST INHIBITIVE PRIMER HS is recommended as a primer under all
Philadelphia Resins coatings when applied over ferrous substrates.

MIXING AND APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: Pour 1 part resin (gray) and 1 part hardener (cream) into a container and
power mix for 2-3 minutes to insure that all pigment is completely dispersed. All material and surface temperatures must be
at least 55°F (13°C) and air temperature must be 5°F (3°C) above dew point. Relative humidity must be less than 85%.
Application can be done with brush, roller or spray. Recommended "airless spray equipment" includes Devilbiss JGA-Gun,
Graco Golden Gun, etc. (tip size -- 0.015 to 0.021" @ approximately 2500 psi). Clean all equipment with PRT-61. Allow 8
hours cure time before applying finish coats. Apply finish coat within 5 days of priming.

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Philadelphia Resins RUST INHIBITIVE PRIMER HS
Bulletin #1021B - Page 2

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

COLOR: Gray

GLOSS: Satin

VOLUME SOLIDS: 71%

VOC: 2.2 lbs./gal. (263 gm/ltr.)/


(based on mixed components)

COVERAGE: 250 to 300 sq.ft./gal. @ 3 to 3.7 mils DFT


2
(23.2 to 27.9 m /gal. @ 75 to 95 microns DFT)

PACKAGING: 2-gal. unit containing 1 gal. can epoxy resin, 1 gal.


can hardener (7.5 liter unit)
10-gal. unit containing 5 gal. can epoxy resin,
5 gal. can hardener (38 liter unit)

APPLICATION TEMPERATURES: 55°F minimum to 95°F maximum


(13°C minimum to 35°F maximum)
* 5°F (3°C) above dew point

RELATIVE HUMIDITY: 85% maximum

SERVICEABILITY: Recoat--8 hours minimum @ 72°C (22°C) @


50% RH
Full Cure--5 days maximum @ 72°F (22°C) @
50% RH

MIXING RATIO: 1:1 equal parts epoxy resin/hardener

POT LIFE: 8 hrs. @ 72°F (22°C)

FLASH POINT: 80°F TCC (27°C)

VISCOSITY: 1000 cps

REDUCER: PRT-61 (for clean-up only)

SERVICE TEMPERATURE: 200°F (90°C) Dry Heat Resistance

SHELF LIFE: 12 months in closed container stored @ 0°F to 90°F


(-18°C to 32°C)

PRECAUTION: Flammable -- Keep away from heat and open flame. Maintain good
ventilation and avoid breathing vapors. Avoid prolonged and repeated skin
contact.

October, 99
Adhesives & Repair
Compounds
Bulletin 910
SUPER ALLOY
TITANIUM REPAIR COMPOUND
Bulletin #820J

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

SUPER ALLOY Titanium Repair Compound is the latest in high technology, high bond strength repair systems.
The SUPER ALLOY system was conceived through a program utilizing "state-of-the-art" computer science and
systematic evaluations. Long, intensive studies resulted in SUPER ALLOY'S specific formulation providing industry
with a fast, permanent repair to equipment, which might otherwise require costly "downtime."

The SUPER ALLOY system is the ideal solution to joining such dissimilar metals as iron, steel, aluminum, tungsten
carbide, brass, zinc, and zinc alloys without the problems of galvanic corrosion.

PERFORMANCE DATA

• SUPER ALLOY adheres tenaciously to properly prepared surfaces.


• SUPER ALLOY's advanced capabilities allow expedient repairs of castings, blocks, foundations, shafts and other
equipment without the use of heat, pressure or special tools. The material hardens to a rigid metallic mass, which
permits drilling, tapping, or machining with ordinary metalworking tools.
Super ALLOY creates an integral bond, maintaining a high level of resistance to impact, abrasion, chemicals and
high temperature.

SURFACE PREPARATION

Roughen" an area slightly larger than the damaged area by abrasive blasting. An 8-40 mesh grit size is best.
When conditions do not allow abrasive blasting, a grinding wheel may be used. Wire brushing is acceptable for
very small repairs. Solvent wash the abraded surface to remove all dust, grit and grease. Be careful not to touch
the area with bare hands once the area is solvent washed. NOTE: SUPER ALLOY should be applied to the repair
area immediately upon completion of surface preparation to prevent oxidation of uncoated metal.

APPLICATION

Place three parts resin and one part hardener by volume on a clean SUPER ALLOY mat and mix thoroughly. Mix
only as long as is necessary to obtain a uniform, streak-free color. NOTE: Mix only as much as can be used in 15-
20 minutes.

Small holes or severely pitted metal may be repaired by filling the affected area and then fairing out over the edges.
We advise repairing only non-stress cracks which resulted from impact due to foreign objects or freezing. DO NOT
use SUPER ALLOY to repair cracks caused by metal fatigue.

Terminate the crack by drilling holes at each end. Diameter of the holes should be 4.8mm (3/16") plus the width of
the crack. If the crack exceeds 150mm (6") in length, holes should be drilled every 75mm (3").

Force SUPER ALLOY into the crack and then apply more metallic paste over the entire prepared surface at a
nominal thickness 6mm (1/4").

To repair large holes, first apply a temporary backing plate (an extra SUPER ALLOY mat works well) to the inside of
the damaged area. Fill the void with SUPER ALLOY until the material is slightly above the finished surface. Allow
curing for two hours. Apply final layer of SUPER ALLOY to the entire area at a nominal thickness of 6mm (1/4") to
9.5mm (3/8"). Allow repair area to cure for 18 hours at 22°C (72°F).

For detailed information on shaft repairs, refer to SUPER PRODUCTS Repair Procedure #832. For detailed
information on other repairs, contact ITW Philadelphia Resins.

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SUPER ALLOY TITANIUM REPAIR COMPOUND
Bulletin #820J – Page 2

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

COLOR: Resin - Silver


Hardener - Gray
(Gray after mixing)

PACKAGING: 0.5 kg (1 lb) unit


5.4 kg (12 lb.) unit

COVERAGE: 378 cc/kg (10.5 cu.in./lb.)

MIX RATIO: 3 to 1 by volume


4.3 to 1 by weight

WORKING TIME: 25 minutes @ 22°C (72°F)

ADHESIVE TENSILE SHEAR


2
STRENGTH: 140 kp/cm (2,000 psi) ASTM D-1002
2
FLEXURAL STRENGTH: 542 kp/cm (7,700 psi) ASTM D-790
2
COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH: 1,070 kp/cm (15,200 psi) ASTM D-695

HARDNESS: Shore D = 87 ASTM D-1706

ABRASION RESISTANCE: 20 mg/1000 cycles Federal Test


Average 5000 cycles method standard
406 method 1091

COEFFICIENT OF THERMAL
-6 -6
EXPANSION: 40.1 x 10 /C° (22.3 x 10 /F°)

RESISTANCE: 250°F (121°C)

CURE TIME: 18 hours @ 22°C (72°F)

LINEAR SHRINKAGE: 0.001 in/in. (0.001 mm/mm) ASTM D-2566

Physical properties can be improved by heating the repair area "after" hardening at room temperature.
Recommended method is two hours at 65°C (150°F).

June, 00
SUPER CERAMIC
REPAIR PUTTY
Bulletin #821E

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

SUPER CERAMIC Repair Putty is a smooth ceramic filled epoxy with exceptional wear resistance. The "no-slump" nature of
SUPER CERAMIC Repair Putty makes it ideal for repairing overhead, vertical or curved surfaces.

SUPER CERAMIC Repair Putty is well suited for the repair of "severe service" pump equipment commonly found in
industries, such as pulp and paper mills, chemical processing, refineries and coal mining operations as well as many others.

SURFACE PREPARATION

The repair area should be free of all grease, dirt and oxidation. The surface should be sandblasted to "near white" metal
using an 8 to 40 mesh grit size. Grinding or wire brushing is suitable for small areas or when other methods are prohibited.
The entire area should then be washed down with PRT-59 Safety Solvent.

NOTE: Be careful not to touch the repair area with bare hands after solvent washing. Unit should be repaired as soon as
possible after blasting to prevent oxidation.

APPLICATION:

SUPER CERAMIC Repair Putty's consistency was designed to provide a stiff mix to insure its "no-slump" capabilities when
applied to overhead, vertical or curved surfaces.

Place 7 parts resin and 1 part hardener (by weight) on a clean SUPER ALLOY mat and mix thoroughly with a trowel or wide
blade tool. Material should have a streak-free gray color.

NOTE: Do not mix more than 4 minutes or "no-slump" properties may diminish. Do NOT power mix.

When repairing a pump casing, the entire housing should have approximately 3mm (1/8") of SUPER CERAMIC Repair Putty.
Be sure to allow proper clearance between housing and impeller. If it is not possible to coat the entire housing, do not feather
edge the SUPER CERAMIC; square off the repair area to allow at least 3mm (1/8") application of SUPER CERAMIC Repair
Putty at the edge of the damaged area.

NOTE: Do not mix more material than can be applied in 20 minutes.

Top coating SUPER CERAMIC Repair Putty with additional layers must be accomplished prior to the first layer taking a hard
set -- 4 hrs. @ 22°C (72°F). Once SUPER CERAMIC Repair Putty hardens, the surface must be brush blasted or abraded to
insure inter-layer bonding.

For detailed information on the repair of eroded Kort nozzles, refer to SUPER PRODUCTS Repair Procedure #831. For
detailed information on other repairs, contact ITW Philadelphia Resins.

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SUPER CERAMIC REPAIR PUTTY
Bulletin #821E - Page 2

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

COLOR: Resin - Gray


Hardener - White
(Gray after mixing)

PACKAGING: 454 g (1 lb.) unit


5.4 kg (12 lb.) unit

COVERAGE: 624 cc/kg (17.3 cu.in./lb.)

MIX RATIO: 7 to 1 by weight


4.3 to 1 by volume

WORKING TIME: 20 minutes @ 22°C (72°F) for 1 lb. unit

2
ADHESIVE TENSILE SHEAR: 125.4 kp/cm (1,800 psi) ASTM D-1002

2
FLEXURAL STRENGTH: 455.7 kp/cm (6,600 psi) ASTM D-790

2
COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH: 877.5 kp/cm (12,700 psi) ASTM D-695

-6
COEFFICIENT OF THERMAL 44.6 X 10 /°C
-6
EXPANSION: 24.8 X 10 /°F

HARDNESS: Shore D = 90 ASTM D-1706

IZOD IMPACT: 0.28 foot pounds/inch notch ASTM D-256

USEFUL THERMAL
ENVELOPE: -73°C to 260°C (-100°F to 500°F)

CHEMICAL RESISTANCE: Excellent against acids, bleach and petroleum products

CURE TIME: 24 hours @ 22°C (72°F)

October, 99
SUPER CERAMIC
REPAIR LIQUID

Bulletin #819D

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

SUPER CERAMIC Repair Liquid is a unique ceramic filled, high build, brushable epoxy coating. Formulated for unequaled
chemical and corrosion resistance with outstanding wear properties under adverse environments.

SUPER CERAMIC Repair Liquid is ideally suited for lining and resurfacing all types of severe service equipment commonly
found in chemical plants, power plants, pulp & paper mills, mining operations, water treatment plants and a variety of other
industrial and marine applications.

SURFACE PREPARATION

The repair area should be free of all grease, dirt and oxidation. The surface should be sandblasted to "near white" metal
using an 8 to 40 mesh grit size. Grinding or wire brushing is suitable for small areas or when other methods are prohibited.
The entire area should then be washed down with PRT-59 Safety Solvent.

NOTE: Be careful not to touch the repair area with bare hands after solvent washing. Unit should be repaired as soon as
possible after blasting to prevent oxidation.

APPLICATION

Place 5 parts resin (by volume) and 1 part hardener in a clean, smooth sided container and mix thoroughly. Material should
have a streak-free dark orange color. Do not mix more than five minutes.

DO NOT mix more material than can be applied in 15 minutes.

SUPER CERAMIC Repair Liquid may then be applied with a stiff, short bristle brush. Apply a thin coat; wetting out the
application surface to fill all pitted areas and sealing the metal surfaces against corrosion.

When lining new equipment, the entire interior housing should have approximately 1.5 mm (1/16") of ceramic liquid. Be
certain to maintain proper clearances between housing and impeller. This preventative maintenance procedure will greatly
extend the longevity of severe service equipment as well as reducing costs due to downtime.

NOTE: When applying more than one coat add the black tube of additive to the second coat to obtain a dark brown color.
This will help differentiate between the coats. Top coating SUPER CERAMIC Repair Liquid with additional layers must be
accomplished prior to the first layer taking a hard set - 2 hrs. @ 22°C (72°F). Once SUPER CERAMIC Repair Liquid hardens,
the surface must be brush blasted or abraded to insure inter-layer bonding.

SUPER CERAMIC Repair Liquid was specifically designed for use with SUPER CERAMIC Repair Putty for restoring original
equipment dimensions to severely damaged units. Refer to Bulletin #821.

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SUPER CERAMIC REPAIR LIQUID
Bulletin #819D - Page 2

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

COLOR: Resin - Orange


Hardener - Black
(Dark Orange after mixing)
Additive - Black
(Dark Brown after mixing)

PACKAGING: 454 g (1 lb.) unit


5.4 kg (12 lb.) unit

3
COVERAGE: 270 cm /454 g
(16.5 cubic inches/lb.)

MIX RATIO: 10 to 1 by weight


5 to 1 by volume

CURE TIME: 24 hrs. @ 22°C (72°F)

WORKING TIME: 15 minutes @ 22°C (72°F)

2
ADHESIVE TENSILE SHEAR: 220.0 kg/cm (3125 psi) ASTM D1002

2
FLEXURAL STRENGTH: 563.4 kg/cm (8000 psi) ASTM D790

2
COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH: 1190.0 kg/cm (16,900 psi) ASTM D695

HARDNESS: Shore D = 90 ASTM D1706

USEFUL THERMAL
ENVELOPE: -73°C (-100°F) to 260°C (500°F)

CHEMICAL RESISTANCE: Excellent against acids, bleach, and petroleum products.

October, 99
PHILLYBOND® #6
EPOXY REPAIR PASTE
Bulletin #965C

DESCRIPTION

PHILLYBOND #6 is a two component high strength epoxy paste used for the repair of punctures or cracks in
tanks, pumps, pipes, steam lines, sea chests, valve bodies, etc., at temperatures up to 220°C (428°F). The
material is also used to fill holes, voids and to provide a smooth surface for repairs with PHILLYCLAD® #8
and glass tape. PHILLYBOND #6 is resistant to most acids, alkalis and hydrocarbons and will adhere to
clean surfaces such as steel, cast iron, bronze, aluminum, copper, nickel, wood and most plastics.

SURFACE PREPARATION

Repair surfaces must be clean and sound and free of oil, dirt, old paint and other foreign matter. Blast,
abrade or clean surface with emery cloth to rough bright finish for best adhesion. Final rinse of surface with
PRT 59 solvent insures complete removal of grease and oils.

MIXING AND APPLICATION

Mix white resin with black hardener - four parts resin to one part hardener by weight or volume - with putty
knife or similar tool until a streak-free uniform color is achieved. As PHILLYBOND #6 is a fast curing system,
mix only that amount which can be used in 10-15 minutes. Apply the mixed compound to the repair area
forming a cross section of at least 9.5mm (3/8") thick. The patch should extend at least 5cm (2") on all sides
of the damaged area. PHILLYBOND #6 may be smoothed by wetting putty knife with PRT 59 solvent or
water. After hardening PHILLYBOND #6 can be machined or sanded as desired for a smoother surface.

PHYSICAL PROPERTIES

COLOR: Resin - White


Hardener - Black
Mixed - Gray

CURE TIME: 1 hour @ 22°C (72°F) @ 12.7mm (1/2") thickness

MIXING RATIO: 4:1 By volume and weight

PACKAGING: 454 grams (1 lb.) Kit, 10 Kits per case


3.785 liters (1 gallon) unit

POT LIFE: 10-15 min. @ 22°C (72°F)

SHELF LIFE: Two years/ Store in cool dry area

TEMPERATURE RESISTANCE: 220°C (428°F)


2
SHEAR STRENGTH: 70.3 kg/cm (1000 psi)

VISCOSITY: Paste Putty

MIL SPEC: R-17882-C

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Primers & Solvents
PHILLYCLAD® 33 Primer
Bulletin #812D

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: A low viscosity, 100% solids, high build, fast cure epoxy primer designed for
use under PHILLYCLAD 550SL and PHILLYCLAD 550HB or where a high build primer is needed. This
primer/seal coat enhances adhesion by penetrating into the concrete substrate and helps reduce bubbling
and pinholes that may occur when coating porous surfaces with high build coatings. PHILLYCLAD 33 meets
OSHA, State VOC regulations and USDA standards for maintenance protective coatings not in direct contact
with food in federally inspected meat and poultry plants.

RECOMMENDED USES: PHILLYCLAD 33 is intended as a high build primer for use on open or porous
substrates where it is necessary to cover a rough surface profile with a pigmented topcoat. Concrete
substrates that are scarified, shot blasted or sandblasted may have a coarse profile requiring a primer that
both penetrates and seals the surface.

SURFACE PREPARATION: (For more detailed information, see Bulletin #994)

New Concrete: All surfaces must be firm, clean, dry and well cured before coating. Newly poured
concrete must age at least 30 days at temperatures over 70°F before coating. Form release agents, curing
compounds, salts, hardeners and other foreign matter will interfere with adhesion and must be removed by
sandblasting, shot blasting, mechanical scarification or suitable chemical means. If a curing membrane was
not used, then proceed with a 16% muriatic acid etch (1 gal. 32% muriatic acid to 1 gal. water) at a rate of 75
sq. ft./gal.

Old Concrete: Coating older, uncoated concrete floors is done in much the same manner as new
concrete. Before etching, the concrete surface must be thoroughly cleaned with a strong detergent cleaner
to remove all grease, oils, etc. All loose concrete must be removed. Form release agents, hardeners, etc.,
must be removed using same procedure as for new concrete. Holes and cracks should be filled with
PHILLYSEAL Crack Filler before application of a coating. If surface deterioration presents an unacceptably
rough floor, PHILLYCLAD 5020 Floor Resurfacer is recommended to patch and resurface damaged
concrete.

Wood: A clean, sound wood surface is required. Remove any oils and dirt from the surface using
degreasing solvent or strong detergent. Follow with sanding to remove loose or deteriorated surface wood
and to obtain the proper surface profile.

MIXING & APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: Before mixing PHILLYCLAD 33 it is important that the surface
is completely prepared and ready and that all tools and equipment are handy. To mix 1 gallon units: Use
electric or air mixer (approximately 250 rpm) with metal mixing blade (Jiffy Model HS or equal). Pour
hardener contents into slack-filled resin can and mix for 2 to 3 minutes until material is thoroughly blended.
To mix 5 gallon units: Use same procedure as 1 gallon units except a larger blade (Jiffy Model ES or equal)
is required.

Immediately pour a substantial portion of mixture onto the floor and spread material using a flat, rubber
squeegee using sufficient pressure to work the primer into the porous surface. Immediately back roll the
material with a quality 3/8" nap roller leaving 6 to 10 mils on the surface.

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reserved.
PHILLYCLAD® 33 Primer
Bulletin #812D - Page 2

The fast set primer can be top coated in 6 hours at 72°F (22°C). The primer must be tack free before top
coating. If pinholes or porosities are evident after initial cure of the primer, re-priming may be necessary;
especially on very porous concrete.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

COLOR: Light Gray

GLOSS: Satin Sheen

VOLUME SOLIDS: 100%

VOC: 0 lbs./gal. (0 gms./ltr.)


(Based on mixed components)

COVERAGE: 200 sq. ft./gal. @ 8 mils DFT/WFT


2
(4.9 m /liter @ 200 microns WFT/DFT)

PACKAGING: 1 gal. unit containing 1 gal. can (slack-filled) resin, ½ gal. Can
(slack filled) hardener (3.7 liters unit volume)
5 gal. unit containing 5 gal. can (slack-filled) resin, 1½ gal.
plastic jug hardener (18 liters unit volume)

APPLICATION 55°F minimum to 95°F maximum


TEMPERATURES: (12°C minimum to 35°C maximum)
*Must be 5°F above dew point

RELATIVE HUMIDITY: 85% maximum

SERVICEABILITY: Recoat -- 6 Hours minimum @ 72°F (22°C) @ 50% RH


24 Hours maximum @ 72°F (22°C) @ 50% RH

MIXING RATIO: 2.85 to 1 parts epoxy resin/hardener by volume

INDUCTION: None

POT LIFE: 30 Minutes @ 72°F (22°C)

FLASH POINT: 200°+F (93°+C)

VISCOSITY: 800 cps

REDUCER: Not recommended

SERVICE 180°F (82°C) Dry Heat Resistance


TEMPERATURE:
SHELF LIFE: 18 months in closed container stored @ 50°F to 90°F
(10°C to 32°C)

PRECAUTION: Maintain good ventilation and avoid breathing vapors. Avoid


prolonged and repeated skin contact. Wear safety glasses
and impervious gloves.
PHILLYCLAD® WATER-BASED
EPOXY PRIMER GRAY
Bulletin #848B

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: A two component, zero VOC, high build water-based epoxy primer designed for use on
concrete under PHILLYCLAD floor coatings. The product can be used on damp substrates where a high build
pigmented primer is needed. PHILLYCLAD Water-Based Epoxy Primer meets OSHA and State VOC regulations.

RECOMMENDED USES: This primer/seal coat enhances adhesion by penetrating into concrete substrates and
helps reduce bubbling or pinholes that may occur when coating porous substrates or when using a high build topcoat.
It can be used in conjunction with wet preparation methods because of its ability to be applied over damp substrates.

SURFACE PREPARATION: (For more detailed information, see Bulletin #994)

New Concrete: All surfaces must be firm, clean and well cured before coating. Newly poured concrete must
age at least 30 days at temperatures over 70°F before coating. Form release agents, curing compounds, salts,
hardeners and other foreign matter will interfere with adhesion and must be removed by sandblasting, shot blasting,
mechanical scarification or suitable chemical means. If a curing membrane was not used, then proceed with a 16%
muriatic acid etch (1 gal. 32% muriatic acid to 1 gal. water) at a rate of 75 sq. ft./gal.
Old Concrete: Coating older, uncoated concrete floors is done in much the same manner as new concrete.
Before etching, the concrete surface must be thoroughly cleaned with a strong detergent cleaner to remove all
grease, oils, etc. All loose concrete must be removed. Form release agents, hardeners, etc., must be removed using
same procedure as for new concrete. Holes and cracks should be filled with PHILLYSEAL Crack Filler before
application of a coating. If surface deterioration presents an unacceptably rough floor, PHILLYCLAD 5020 Floor
Resurfacer is recommended to patch and resurface damaged concrete.
Wood: A clean, sound wood surface is required. Remove any oils and dirt from the surface using
degreasing solvent or strong detergent. Follow with sanding to remove loose or deteriorated surface wood and to
obtain the proper surface profile.

RECOMMENDED SYSTEMS: One coat of PHILLYCLAD Water-Based Epoxy Primer is recommended over properly
prepared concrete/masonry or wood substrates. It can be top coated with most PHILLYCLAD products. Consult ITW
Philadelphia Resins' Technical Department for details.

MIXING AND APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: Before mixing PHILLYCLAD Water-Based Epoxy Primer, it is
important that the surface is completely prepared and ready and that all tools and equipment are handy. To mix 1
gallon units: Use electric or air mixer (approximately 250 rpm) with metal mixing blade (Jiffy Model HS or equal).
Pour stirred hardener contents into slack-filled resin can and mix for 2 to 3 minutes until material is thoroughly
blended. To mix 5 gallon units: Use same procedure as 1 gallon units except a larger blade (Jiffy Model ES or equal)
is required.

Immediately pour a substantial portion of mixture onto the floor and spread material using a flat, rubber squeegee
using sufficient pressure to work the primer into the porous surface. Immediately back roll the material with a quality
3/8" nap roller leaving 6 to 8 mils on the surface.

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PHILLYCLAD® Water-Based Epoxy Primer - GRAY
Bulletin #848B - Page 2

MIXING AND APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS

The fast set primer can be top coated in 6 hours at 72°F (22°C). The primer must be tack free before top coating. If
pinholes or porosities are evident after initial cure of primer, re-priming may be necessary; especially on very porous
concrete.
TECHNICAL INFORMATION:

COLOR: Light Gray

GLOSS: Satin Sheen

VOLUME SOLIDS: 87%

VOC (Based on Mixed Components): 0 lbs./gal. (0 gms./ltr.)

COVERAGE: 200 sq. ft./gal. @ 8 mils WFT/7 mils DFT


2
(18.5 m /gal. @ 200 microns WFT/122 microns DFT)

PACKAGING: 1 gal. unit containing 1 gal. can (slack-filled) resin, ½ gal. can (slack-filled)
hardener (3.7 liters unit volume)
5 gal. unit containing 5 gal. can (slack-filled) resin, 1½ gal. plastic
jug hardener (18 liters unit volume)

APPLICATION TEMPERATURES: 55°F minimum to 95°F maximum


(12°C minimum to 35°C maximum)
*Must be 5°F above dew point

RELATIVE HUMIDITY: 85% maximum

SERVICEABILITY: Recoat - 6 hours minimum @ 72°F (22°C) @ 50% RH


48 hours minimum @ 72°F (22°C) @ 50% RH

MIXING RATIO: 4 T0 1 parts epoxy resin/hardener by volume

INDUCTION: None

POT LIFE: 30 minutes @ 72°F (22°C)

FLASH POINT: 200°+F (93°+C)

VISCOSITY: 1200 to 1600 cps (mixed components)

REDUCER: Water (FOR CLEAN-UP ONLY)

SERVICE TEMPERATURE: 180°F (82°C) Dry Heat Resistance

SHELF LIFE: 1 year in closed container stored @ 50°F to 90°F (10°C to 32°C)

PRECAUTION: Maintain good ventilation and avoid breathing vapors. Avoid prolonged and
repeated skin contact. Wear safety glasses and impervious gloves.
PHILLYCLAD® SOLVENT
CLEANER DEGREASER
Bulletin #851

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: A safe, fast acting emulsifiable solvent cleaner; which in concentrated form dissolves grease and
oil based soils. PHILLYCLAD Solvent Cleaner/Degreaser is water emulsifiable for various dilutions to meet your needed
cleaning strengths.

RECOMMENDED USES: This product is designed to strip away black rubber marks, grease, oil and tar deposits from
concrete floors, driveways and garages. Its superior solvency action removes many foreign materials from floors and
machinery prior to the application of coatings and resurfacers.

MIXING AND APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: Since PHILLYCLAD Solvent Cleaner/Degreaser is a very concentrated
cleaner, always determine compatibility with the substrate prior to using. For extra heavy duty cleaning and degreasing, use
this product at full strength. For lightly soiled concrete areas, dilute PHILLYCLAD Solvent Cleaner/Degreaser 1 part with 4
parts water. Application should be with mop, sprinkling can or low pressure garden sprayer.

Allow the applied solution to remain on the floor for approximately 5 min. and then loosen soil and grime with a mop or deck
brush. After a liberal application of clean water, squeegee dirty solution into container or use a wet vacuum, scrub with a
heavy duty cleaner and rinse again with clean water.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION:

COLOR: Amber Clear

COVERAGE: 75 sq. ft./gal.

PACKAGING: 1 gallon & 5 gallon containers

APPLICATION TEMPERATURE: 40°F minimum to 95°F maximum


(4°C minimum to 35°C maximum)

FLASH POINT: 100°F (38°C)


REDUCER: Water
RINSEABILITY: Excellent

PRECAUTIONS: For industrial use only. DANGER: Combustible. Vapor harmful. Harmful or fatal if swallowed. Forced
ventilation must be provided. The air movement must be sufficient enough to reduce the vapor level below the established
TLV limits. In the absence of such ventilation, the operator must wear a chemical respirator approved for organic vapors
(NIOSH TC23C). Before proceeding with the application, make sure that heating and cooling ventilation systems or open
doors and windows will not subject unsuspecting persons to solvent vapors. Avoid prolonged or repeated contact with skin.
Do not take internally. Close container after each use. In case of spillage, absorb and dispose of in accordance with local
regulations. Do not use in the presence of foodstuffs. In case of fire, use foam, dry chemical or Co2 extinguishers. Do not
apply in presence of fresh or packaged foodstuffs unless they are protected from
contamination by solvent vapors.

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Floor Systems &
Specialty Coatings
PHILLYCLAD® 200
Heavy Duty Nonskid Coating
Bulletin #969G

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: A two component, moisture cured, nonskid urethane coating which is available in one grit
size and six colors. It is a tough, long wearing, protective coating that provides safer footing and better traction for
personnel and equipment. PHILLYCLAD 200 assures a slip resistant surface while protecting substrates from
weathering and moderate chemical and petroleum contact.

RECOMMENDED USES: For industrial, commercial, marine and other markets where a heavy duty, nonskid safety
surface is required. Applications include work areas, ramps, loading docks, walkways, industrial flooring, machinery
spaces, steps, etc. Marine applications include aircraft carrier decks, roll-on/roll-off trailer ships, drilling rigs, towboats,
fishing vessels, dredges, etc. The nonskid properties are not substantially affected by water, oil, grease, drilling mud, jet
fuel, gasoline, etc.

SURFACE PREPARATION: (For more detailed information, see Bulletin #994)

New Concrete: All surfaces must be firm, clean, dry and well cured before coating. Newly poured concrete
must age at least 30 days at temperatures over 21°C (70°F) before coating. Form release agents, curing compounds,
salts, hardeners and other foreign matter will interfere with adhesion and must be removed by sandblasting, shot
blasting, mechanical scarification or suitable chemical means. If a curing membrane was not used, then proceed with a
2
16% muriatic acid etch (1 gal. 32% muriatic acid and 1 gal. water) at a rate of 1.8 m /liter (75 sq. ft./gal.).

Old Concrete: Coating older, uncoated concrete floors is done in much the same manner as new concrete.
Before etching, the concrete surface must be thoroughly cleaned with a strong detergent cleaner to remove all grease,
oils, etc. All loose concrete must be removed. Form release agents, hardeners, etc., must be removed using same
procedure as for new concrete. Holes and cracks should be filled with PHILLYSEAL® Crack Filler before application of a
coating. If surface deterioration presents an unacceptably rough floor, Trowelable Floor Resurfacer is recommended to
patch and resurface damaged concrete.

Steel: All surfaces must be dry, clean and free of all previous coatings, rust and surface contamination.
Minimum surface preparation is abrasive blast to Commercial Grade SP-6. Blasted surfaces must be coated within 8
hours. Prior to blast cleaning, remove all deposits of oil or grease using Solvent Clean method SP-1.

Wood: A clean, sound wood surface is required. Remove any oils and dirt from the surface using degreasing
solvent or strong detergent. Follow with sanding to remove loose or deteriorated surface wood and to obtain the proper
surface profile.

Previously Painted Surfaces: If the paint is peeling or degrading in any way, it should be completely removed by
sanding, blasting or stripping. If previous paint coating is completely intact, the surface may be cleaned with a strong
detergent or solvent and scuff sanded to remove the gloss. A spot test should be made by applying a small amount of
coating over old paint. The old finish may wrinkle or lift within 60 minutes. If it does not, wait 5 days and test for
adhesion. Do this by cutting an "X" into the coating, place tape firmly over the cut, then strip with a hard, fast pull. If the
old finish fails, it must be removed.

RECOMMENDED SYSTEMS:

Concrete/Wood: 1st coat: PHILLYCLAD WATERBASED EPOXY PRIMER GRAY


2nd coat: PHILLYCLAD 200 Nonskid

Steel: 1st coat: RUST INHIBITIVE PRIMER


2nd coat: PHILLYCLAD 200 Nonskid
Painted Surfaces
in Sound Condition: 1 coat: PHILLYCLAD 200 Nonskid

IMPORTANT: When coating previously painted surfaces, always apply test patch and examine for lifting and
proper inter-coat adhesion. If lifting occurs, remove old coating or apply an appropriate barrier
coat.

*Check local VOC regulations before applying.

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Bulletin #969G, Page Two
MIXING AND APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: To mix 3.8 liters (1 gallon) units: Pour resin component into
clean 3.8 liters (1 gallon) pail. Pour 1/2 of the aggregate component from the bag into the liquid and mix for 1/2
minute using drill and metal mixing blade (Jiffy Model HS or equal). Empty all remaining aggregate into the
mixture and mix for an additional 1/2 minute or until aggregate is wet-out. To mix 19 liters (5 gallon) units: Pour
resin component into clean 19 liters (5 gallon) pail. Follow above mixing procedure. Total mixing time should
not exceed 2 minutes. Use electric or air mixer (250 to 500 rpm) with metal mixing blade (Jiffy Model ES or
equal).
With material freshly stirred to evenly disperse aggregate, pour substantial portion of mixture onto deck or floor
in a band approximately 450 mm to 600 mm (18" to 24") wide. Using a trowel or squeegee, a 6mm (1/4") nap
roller or a core roller, spread nonskid evenly by pulling puddle toward applicator. Press down on roller. Avoid
back and forth roller motion. Watch for thick, thin or uneven spots and immediately pull roller over these
imperfect areas. With puddle nearly rolled out, pour additional mixed material over remaining puddle and
continue application as above. Nominal applied thickness is 0.8 to 1.6 mm (1/32" to 1/16"). Mixing and
application process should be coordinated and continuous so wet edge is maintained insuring a uniform nonskid
surface texture and appearance. Mix only enough material for immediate application.
PHILLYCLAD 200 will begin to set shortly after application. Correct imperfections immediately upon application
then allow coating to cure undisturbed. Allow coating to cure 8 hours with ventilation before allowing foot traffic.
Allow 24 hours for full cure. Higher relative humidity provides reduced cure time. PHILLYCLAD 200 may be
applied at temperatures down to 4°C (40°F). Trowel applications will produce a smooth, uniform surface. A
6mm (1/4") nap, mohair roller will provide a randomly ridged profile and a bare core roller will provide a uniform
ridged surface.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

COLORS: Haze Gray, Deck Gray, Green, Yellow, Red, Black

GLOSS: Not Applicable

VOLUME SOLIDS: 66% (mixed)

VOC: < 350 gms./ltr. (< 2.8% lbs./gal.) (Based on mixed components)
2
COVERAGE: 2.3 to 3.3 m /gal. @ 0.8 to 1.6 mm DFT
(25 to 35 sq.ft./gal. @ 1/32" to 1/16" DFT)

PACKAGING: 3.8 liters (1 gal.) unit containing 1/2 gal. can resin and a 3.18 kg
(7 lb.) bag of nonskid aggregate.
19 liters (5 gal.) unit containing 2-1/2 gal. can resin and a 15.9 kg
(35 lb.) bag of nonskid aggregate.

APPLICATION 4°C minimum to 32°C maximum (40°F minimum to 90°F maximum)


TEMPERATURES: *Must be 3°C (5°F) above dew point

RELATIVE HUMIDITY: 85% maximum

SERVICEABILITY: Foot traffic - 8 hrs. @ 22°C (72°F) @ 70% RH


Full cure - 24 hrs. @ 22°C (72°F) @ 70% RH

MIXING RATIO: 1 part resin to 1.75 parts aggregate by weight

INDUCTION: None

POT LIFE: 1 hour @ 22°C (72°F) @ 70% RH

FLASH POINT: 25°C (77°F) SETA Closed Cup

VISCOSITY: Slurry consistency

REDUCER: Not Recommended

SERVICE TEMPERATURE: 90°C (200°F) Dry Heat Resistance

PRECAUTION: Flammable - Keep away from heat and open flame. Maintain good ventilation and avoid
breathing vapors. Avoid prolonged or repeated skin contact. Contains toluene diisocyanate that can cause lung
sensitization. Allergic respiratory reaction may occur in sensitized individuals when exposure to TDI is below
TLV. Prolonged or repeated skin contact can cause dermatitis and possibly skin sensitization.
PHILLYCLAD® 300
Heavy Duty Nonskid Coating
Bulletin #968F

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: A catalyzed epoxy nonskid coating that exhibits superior chemical resistance to acids,
alkalis, solvents, fuels, etc. It is available in one grit size and six colors and is recommended for environments where
a tough, chemically resistant, heavy duty nonskid is required.
RECOMMENDED USES: For industrial, commercial and marine applications where a heavy-duty nonskid safety
surface is required. Examples: platforms, ramps, steps, machinery areas and loading docks at petrochemical
facilities, pulp and paper mills, mining facilities, chemical plants, etc.
SURFACE PREPARATION: (For more detailed information, see Bulletin #994)
New Concrete: All surfaces must be firm, clean, dry and well cured before coating. Newly poured concrete
must age at least 30 days at temperatures over 21°C (70°F) before coating. Form release agents, curing
compounds, salts, hardeners and other foreign matter will interfere with adhesion and must be removed by
sandblasting, shot blasting, mechanical scarification or suitable chemical means. If a curing membrane 2was not
used, then proceed with a 16% muriatic acid etch (1 gal. 32% muriatic acid to 1 gal. water) at a rate of 1.8m /liter (75
sq.ft./gal.).
Old Concrete: Coating older, uncoated concrete floors is done in much the same manner as new concrete.
Before etching, the concrete surface must be thoroughly cleaned with a strong detergent cleaner to remove all
grease, oils, etc. All loose concrete must be removed. Form release agents, hardeners, etc., must be removed using
same procedure as for new concrete. Holes and cracks should be filled with PHILLYSEAL® Crack Filler before
application of a coating. If surface deterioration presents an unacceptably rough floor, PHILLYCLAD 5020 floor
resurfacer is recommended to patch and resurface damaged concrete.
Steel: All surfaces must be dry, clean and free of all previous coatings, rust and surface contamination.
Minimum surface preparation is abrasive blast to Commercial Grade SP-6. Blasted surfaces must be coated within
8 hours. Prior to blast cleaning, remove all deposits of oil or grease using Solvent Clean method SP-1.
Wood: A clean, sound wood surface is required. Remove any oils and dirt from the surface using
degreasing solvent or strong detergent. Follow with sanding to remove loose or deteriorated surface wood and to
obtain the proper surface profile.
Previously Painted Surfaces: If the paint is peeling or degrading in any way, it should be completely removed
by sanding, blasting or stripping. If previous paint coating is completely intact, the surface may be cleaned with a
strong detergent or solvent and scuff sanded to remove the gloss. A spot test should be made by applying a small
amount of coating over old paint. The old finish may wrinkle or lift within 60 minutes. If it does not, wait 5 days and
test for adhesion. Do this by cutting an "X" into the coating, place tape firmly over the cut, then strip with a hard, fast
pull. If the old finish fails, it must be removed.
RECOMMENDED SYSTEMS:
Concrete/Wood: 1st coat: PHILLYCLAD 1000 Series - reduced 250 ml per liter (1 quart per
gallon) with PRT-61*
2nd coat: PHILLYCLAD 300 Nonskid
Steel: 1st coat: PHILLYCLAD 1014 Rust Inhibitive Primer
2nd coat: PHILLYCLAD 300 Nonskid
Painted Surfaces
in Sound Condition: 1 coat: PHILLYCLAD 300 Nonskid
IMPORTANT: When coating previously painted surfaces, always apply test patch and examine for
lifting and proper inter-coat adhesion. If lifting occurs, remove old coating or apply
appropriate barrier coat.
*Check local VOC regulations before applying

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Bulletin #968F - Page 2
MIXING & APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: To mix 3.8 liters (1 gallon) units: Use electric or air mixer (250 to 500
rpm) with metal mixing blade (Jiffy Model HS or equal). If aggregate has settled in resin container, it is necessary to
mix this material for 1 or 2 minutes prior to adding the hardener. Pour hardener contents into resin pail and mix for 3
to 4 minutes. Mixing time must be sufficient to thoroughly blend hardener into resin/aggregate mix. To mix 19 liters
(5 gallon) units: Use same procedure as mixing 3.8 liter (1 gallon) units except larger blade (Jiffy Model ES or equal)
is required.
With material freshly stirred to evenly disperse aggregate, pour substantial portion of mixture onto deck or floor in a
band approximately 450mm to 600mm (18" to 24") wide. Using a trowel or squeegee, a 6mm (1/4") nap roller or a
core roller, spread nonskid evenly by pulling puddle toward applicator. Press down on roller. Avoid back and forth
roller motion. Watch for thick, thin or uneven spots and immediately pull roller over these imperfect areas. With
puddle nearly rolled out, pour additional mixed material over remaining puddle and continue application as above.
Nominal applied thickness is 0.8 to 1.6 mm (1/32" to 1/16"). Mixing and application process should be coordinated
and continuous so wet edge is maintained insuring a uniform nonskid surface texture and appearance. Mix only
enough material for immediate application.
PHILLYCLAD 300 will begin to set shortly after application. Correct imperfections immediately upon application then
allow coating to cure undisturbed. Allow coating to cure 24 hours with ventilation before allowing foot traffic. Allow 72
hours for heavy service. Trowel applications will produce a smooth, uniform surface. A 6mm (1/4") nap, mohair roller
will provide a randomly ridged profile and a bare core roller will provide a uniform ridged surface.
TECHNICAL INFORMATION
COLORS: Haze Gray, Deck Gray, Green, Yellow, Red, Black
GLOSS: Not Applicable
VOLUME SOLIDS: 66% (mixed)
VOC: <340 gms./ltr. (<2.8 lbs./gal.)
(Based on mixed components)
2
COVERAGE: 2.8 to 3.7 m /gal. @ 0.8 to 1.6 mm DTF
(30 to 40 sq.ft./gal. @ 1/32" to 1/16" DFT)
PACKAGING: 3.8 liters (1 gal.) unit containing 3.8 liters (1 gal.) slack-filled can resin/aggregate
and .95 liter(1 qt.) can hardener.
19 liters (5 gal.) unit containing 19 liters (5 gal.) slack-filled can resin/aggregate and
3.8 liters (1 gal.) can hardener.
APPLICATION 12°C minimum to 35°C maximum
TEMPERATURES: (55°F minimum to 95°F maximum)
*Must be 3°C (5°F) above dew point
RELATIVE HUMIDITY: 85% maximum
SERVICEABILITY: Foot traffic: 24 hrs. @ 22°C (72°F) @ 50% RH
Heavy Service: 72 hrs. @ 22°C (72°F) @ 50% RH
Full Cure: 7 days @ 22°C (72°F) @ 50% RH
MIXING RATIO: 100 parts resin to 12.5 parts hardener by weight
INDUCTION: None
POT LIFE: 2 to 3 hrs. @ 22°C (72°F)
FLASH POINT: 33°C (92°F) PMCC
VISCOSITY: Slurry consistency
REDUCER: Not Recommended
SERVICE TEMPERATURE: 93°C (200°F) Dry Heat Resistance
SHELF LIFE: 18 months in closed container stored @ 10°C to 32°C (50°F TO 90°F)
PRECAUTION: Flammable - Keep away from heat and open flame. Maintain good ventilation and
avoid breathing vapors. Avoid prolonged or repeated skin contact.
PHILLYCLAD 650RC/SL
Self-Leveling Epoxy Coating
Bulletin #1009A

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: A two component, 100% solids, re-coatable self-leveling floor coating. It is a high performance
floor system that provides a high gloss, seamless, hygienic surface that is extremely hardwearing and durable. It is available
in five colors and meets OSHA and State VOC regulations. It also meets USDA standards for maintenance protective
coatings not in direct contact with food in federally inspected meat and poultry plants. The coating can also be applied to
provide a nonskid texture.
RECOMMENDED USES: PHILLYCLAD 650RC/SL is especially suited for clean rooms, aircraft hangers, laboratories,
workshops and light assembly areas where additional topcoats are deemed necessary. This product can be applied at
recommended thicknesses of 6 to 30 mils WFT/DFT. For higher film builds, PHILLYCLAD 650RC/HB should be considered.
SURFACE PREPARATION: (For more detailed information, see Bulletin #994)
New Concrete. All surfaces must 0
be firm, clean and well cured before coating. Newly poured concrete must age at least 30
days at temperatures over 70 F before coating. Form release agents, curing compounds, salts, hardeners and other foreign
matter will interfere with adhesion and must be removed by sandblasting, shot blasting, mechanical scarification or suitable
chemical means. If a curing membrane was not used, then proceed with a 16% muriatic acid etch (1 gal. 32% muriatic acid to
1 gal. water) at a rate of 75-sq. ft./gal.
Old Concrete. Coating older, uncoated concrete floors is done in much the same manner as new concrete. Before etching,
the concrete surface must be thoroughly cleaned with a strong detergent cleaner to remove all grease, oils, etc. All loose
concrete must be removed. Form release agents, hardeners, etc. must be removed using same procedure as for new
concrete. Holes and cracks should be filled with PHILLYSEAL Crack Filler before application of a coating. If surface
deterioration presents an unacceptably rough floor, PHILLYCLAD 5020 Floor Resurfacer is recommended to patch and
resurface damaged concrete.
Steel. Consult ITW Philadelphia Resins' Technical Department.
Wood. Consult ITW Philadelphia Resins' Technical Department.
Previously Painted Surfaces. If the paint is peeling or degrading in any way, it should be completely removed by sanding,
blasting or stripping. If the previous coating is completely intact, the surface may be cleaned with a strong detergent or
solvent and scuff sanded to remove the gloss. A spot test should be made by applying a small amount of coating over old
paint. The old finish may wrinkle or lift within 60 minutes. If it does not, wait 5 days and test for adhesion. Do this by cutting
an "X" into the coating, place tape firmly over the cut, then strip with a hard, fast pull. If the old finish fails, it must be removed.
RECOMMENDED SYSTEMS:
Concrete Floors:
1st coat: PHILLYCLAD 3300LV (Clear) Primer* or PHILLYCLAD 33 Primer
2nd coat: PHILLYCLAD 650RC/SL
3rd coat: PHILLYCLAD 650RC/SL or other PHILLYCLAD products. Consult ITW Philadelphia Resins' Technical
Department.
PHILLYCLAD 3300LV Primer must be used with clear finish coats.
Painted Surfaces in Sound Condition:
1st coat: PHILLYCLAD 650RC/SL
2nd coat: PHILLYCLAD 650RC/SL or other PHILLYCLAD products. Consult ITW Philadelphia Resins Technical
Department.
IMPORTANT
When recoating PHILLYCLAD 650RC/SL, it must be done no less than 8 hours after application of the previous coat and no
more than 72 hours at 72°F (22°C) @ 50% RH. If this "window" has passed, the surface of the cured PHILLYCLAD
650RC/SL must be abraded to insure adhesion of subsequent coats.

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PHILLYCLAD 650RC/SL
Bulletin #1009A - Page 2
When coating previously painted surfaces, always apply test patch and examine for lifting and proper inter-coat adhesion. If
lifting occurs, remove old coating or apply an appropriate barrier coat.
MIXING AND APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: To mix 1-gallon units: Use electric or air mixer (approximately 250 rpm) with
metal mixing blade (Jiffy Model HS or equal). Premix resin for 1/2 minute, then pour hardener contents into slack-filled resin
can. Mix for 2 to 3 minutes moving blade around can while mixing. Avoid whipping air into material. To mix 5-gallon units,
use same procedure, as mixing 1-gallon units except a larger blade (Jiffy Model ES or equal) is required. With material
freshly mixed, working out of a paint pan or bucket, roll material on floor to desired thickness with a 3/8" nap soft woven roller
or equivalent. Check film thickness frequently. After 20 to 30 minutes set up time, material should be rolled with a spiked
roller to remove any entrapped air. Do not spike roll after 40 minutes.
If a nonskid texture is desired, broadcast a clean, dry 30 to 50-mesh silica sand into the PHILLYCLAD 33 Primer immediately
after application. Broadcast sand until the primer is saturated and only dry sand is showing. After the primer has set (6 hours
minimum), sweep excess sand off the surface. Then topcoat with 10-20 mils of PHILLYCLAD 650RC/SL. Lower topcoat
thickness will produce more pronounced nonskid profile, heavier topcoats will product smoother profiles. Spike rolling is not
necessary when PHILLYCLAD 650RC/SL is applied as a nonskid.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION:
COLORS: Clear, Haze Gray, Deck Gray, Sandstone, Tile Red, White
GLOSS: Full Gloss
VOLUME SOLIDS: 100%
VOC: 0 lbs./gal. (0 gms. /ltr.)
(Based on Mixed Components)
COVERAGE: 160 sq.ft.
2
/gal. @ 10 mils DFT/WFT
(15 m /gal. @ 254 mm DFT/WFT)
PACKAGING: 1 gal. unit containing 1 gal. slack filled resin can, 1/2 gal. slack filled hardener can (3.7
liters unit volume)
5 gal. unit containing 5 gal. slack-filled resin can, 1-1/2 gal. hardener jug (18 liters unit
volume)
APPLICATION 55°F minimum
0
to 100°F maximum (12°C minimum to 35°C maximum)
TEMPERATURES: *Must be 5 F above dew point
RELATIVE HUMIDITY: 85% maximum
SERVICEABILITY: Recoat 8 hrs. minimum, 72 hrs.
0
maximum @ 72°F (22°C) @ 50% RH
Foot Traffic 2 4 hrs. maximum @ 72 F (22°C) @ 50% RH
Heavy Service 72 hrs. @ 72°F (22°C) @ 50% RH
Full Cure 5 days @ 72°F (22°C) @ 50% RH
MIXING RATIO: Approximately 2.1 to 1 parts resin/hardener by volume (depending on color)
INDUCTION: None
0 0
POT LIFE: 40 minutes @ 72 F (22 C)
0
FLASH POINT: 200°+F (93 C)
VISCOSITY: 2,700 cps (mixed colors); 600-800 cps (clear)
REDUCER: NOT RECOMMENDED
SERVICE TEMPERATURE: -10°F to 120°F (-23°C to 49°C)
0 0
SHELF LIFE: 18 months in closed container stored @ 50 F to 90 (10°C to 32°C)
PRECAUTION: Maintain good ventilation and avoid breathing vapors. Avoid prolonged and repeated skin
contact. Wear safety glasses and impervious gloves.

October, 99
PHILLYCLAD® 2001 C.R.E.
NOVOLAC EPOXY
INDUSTRIAL & MARINE COATING
Bulletin No. 1022A

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: A heavy duty, interior/exterior, two-component novolac epoxy coating formulated for
demanding marine and industrial requirements. Dries rapidly to a tough, semi gloss finish with excellent resistance to
alkali, abrasion, corrosion and chemical attack. It meets USDA standards for maintenance protective coatings not in
direct contact with food in federally inspected meat and poultry plants.
RECOMMENDED USES:
• Heavy-duty interior/exterior coating used on steel, concrete and wood surfaces
• Superior resistance to chemicals, moisture, abrasion and impact
• Abrasion and chemical resistant floor epoxy
• Also available as an anti-slip floor coating (three component product) See reverse.
• Excellent resistance to alkalis, acids, spillage of solvents and chemicals, jet fuel, grease, etc.
SURFACE PREPARATION: (For more detailed information, see Bulletin #994)
New Concrete: All surfaces must be firm, clean, dry and well cured before coating. Newly poured concrete must age
at least 30 days at temperatures over 70°F (21°C) before coating. Form release agents, curing compounds, salts,
hardeners and other foreign matter will interfere with adhesion and must be removed by sandblasting, shot blasting,
mechanical scarification or suitable chemical means. If a curing membrane was not used, then proceed with a 16%
muriatic
2
acid etch (1 gal. [3.8 liters] 32% muriatic acid to 1 gal. (3.8 liters) water at a rate of 75 sq. ft. per gallon
(1.8m /liter).
Old Concrete: Coating older, uncoated concrete floors is done in much the same manner as new concrete. Before
etching, the concrete surface must be thoroughly cleaned with a strong detergent cleaner to remove all grease, oils,
etc. All loose concrete must be removed. Form release agents, hardeners, etc., must be removed using same
procedure as for new concrete. Holes and cracks should be filled with PHILLYSEAL Crack Filler before application of
a coating. If surface deterioration presents an unacceptably rough floor, PHILLYCLAD 5020 floor resurfacer is
recommended to patch and resurface damaged concrete.
Steel: All surfaces must be dry, clean and free of all previous coatings, rust and surface contamination. Minimum
surface preparation is abrasive blast to Commercial Grade SP-6. Blasted surfaces must be coated within 8 hours.
Prior to blast cleaning, remove all deposits of oil or grease using Solvent Clean method SP-1.
Wood: A clean, sound wood surface is required. Remove any oils and dirt from the surface using degreasing solvent
or strong detergent. Follow with sanding to remove loose or deteriorated surface wood and to obtain the proper
surface profile.
Previously Painted Surfaces: If the paint is peeling or degrading in any way, it should be completely removed by
sanding, blasting or stripping. If previous paint coating is completely intact, the surface may be cleaned with a strong
detergent or solvent and scuff sanded to remove the gloss. A spot test should be made by applying a small amount
of coating over old paint. The old finish may wrinkle or lift within 60 minutes. If it does not, wait 5 days and test for
adhesion. Do this by cutting an "X" into the coating, place tape firmly over the cut, then strip with a hard, fast pull. If
the old finish fails, it must be removed.
RECOMMENDED SYSTEMS:
Concrete/Wood: 1st coat: PHILLYCLAD 2001 SERIES.EPOXY (FULL BODY) OR
PHILLYCLAD Water Based Epoxy Primer Gray
2nd coat: PHILLYCLAD 2001 H.S. EPOXY(with antislip aggregate if required)
Steel: 1st coat: ITW Philadelphia Resins Rust Inhibitive Primer H.S.
2nd coat: PHILLYCLAD 2001 H.S. Series (with anti-slip aggregate if required)
Painted Surfaces
in Sound Condition: 1-2 coats: PHILLYCLAD 2001 Series
IMPORTANT: When coating previously painted surfaces, always apply test patch and examine for lifting and proper
inter-coat adhesion. If lifting occurs, remove old coating or apply an appropriate barrier coat.

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PHILLYCLAD 2001 Series
Bulletin No. 1022A - Page 2

MIXING & APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: Premix both components before combining. Pour 1 part resin
(pigmented) and 1 part hardener into a container and power mix for 2-3 minutes to insure that all pigment is
completely dispersed. Prime coats are recommended to seal porous surfaces such as concrete and wood. The
primer can be top coated after 6 hrs. at 72° F. Anti-slip additive is mixed into the final coat just prior to application.
When a rust inhibitive primer is required for iron or steel, a coat of ITW Philadelphia Resins Rust Inhibitive Epoxy
Primer H.S. is recommended. Application over rough surfaces will reduce coverage. PHILLYCLAD 2001 H.S. Series
epoxy coating is easily sprayed, brushed or rolled. An 3/4” (18mm) pile roller is recommended for the final coat when
an anti-slip aggregate is used. Recommended "airless spray equipment" includes Devilbiss JGA-Gun, Graco Golden
Gun, etc., tip size -- .38mm to .53mm (0.015" to 0.021") @ approximately 2500 psi. Material cannot be sprayed if
anti-slip aggregate is used. Clean all equipment with PRT-61.
IMPORTANT: Additive of anti-slip aggregate produces only a light non-slip texture. Product should not be used
in place of a nonskid finish when safety is a concern.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

COLORS: Haze Gray, Deck Gray, Sandstone, Tile Red, Safety Yellow
GLOSS: Semi Gloss (60-75°)
VOLUME SOLIDS: 63%/Colors
VOC: 2.8 lbs./gal. for colors
(based on mixed components)
COVERAGE: 250 to 300 sq.ft./gal. @ 3 to 4 mils DFT
PACKAGING: 2-gal. unit containing 1 gal. can epoxy resin, 1 gal. can hardener
And 2.5oz. bag aggregate when an anti-slip coating is required.
APPLICATION 55°F minimum to 100°F maximum
TEMPERATURES: *Must be 3°C (5°F) above dew point
RELATIVE HUMIDITY: 85% maximum
SERVICEABILITY: Recoat: 8 hrs. minimum @ 72°F (22°C) @ 50% RH
Foot traffic: 24 hrs. @ 72°F (22°C) @ 50% RH
Full Service: 72 hrs. @ 72°F (22°C) @ 50% RH
Full Cure: 5 - 7 days @ 72°F (22°C) @ 50% RH
MIXING RATIO: 1:1 equal parts epoxy resin/hardener
INDUCTION: None
POT LIFE: 8 hrs. @ 72°F (22°C)
FLASH POINT: 86°F (30°C) TCC
VISCOSITY: 1000 cps.
REDUCER: PRT-61 (For clean up only)
SERVICE TEMPERATURE: 200°F (90°C) Dry Heat Resistance
SHELF LIFE: 12 months in closed container stored at 50°F to 90°F (10°C to 32°C)
PRECAUTION: Flammable - Keep away from heat and open flame. Maintain good ventilation and
avoid breathing vapors. Avoid prolonged or repeated skin contact.

October, 99
Secondary Containment
and Chemical Resistant
Coatings
DURASEAL PRIMER/SEALER HS
Bulletin #1007A

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: DURASEAL Primer/Sealer HS is a two component, high solids, epoxy


primer/sealer intended to be used on old or new, bare concrete substrates, especially in secondary
containment environments.
RECOMMENDED USES: DURASEAL Primer/Sealer HS can be used on all bare concrete surfaces where a
two-part epoxy primer is recommended. Its low viscosity, excellent penetrating characteristics and quick tack
allow it to be used on areas that need fast turnaround. Especially suited as a very low VOC primer/sealer
under DURASEAL topcoats. Helps prevent outgassing.
SURFACE PREPARATION: (For more detailed information, see Bulletin #994)
New Concrete. All surfaces must be firm, clean and well cured before coating. Newly poured
0
concrete must age at least 30 days at temperatures over 70 F before coating. Form release agents, curing
compounds, salts, hardeners and other foreign matter will interfere with adhesion and must be removed by
sandblasting, shotblasting, mechanical scarification or suitable chemical means. If a curing membrane was
not used, then proceed with a 16% muriatic acid etch (1 gal. 32% muriatic acid to 1 gal. water) at a rate of 75-
sq. ft./gal.
Old Concrete. Coating older, uncoated concrete floors is done in much the same manner as new
concrete. Before etching, the concrete surface must be thoroughly cleaned with a strong detergent cleaner
to remove all grease, oils, etc. All loose concrete must be removed. Form release agents, hardeners, etc.
must be removed using same procedure as for new concrete. Holes and cracks should be filled with
PHILLYSEAL Crack Filler before application of a coating. If surface deterioration presents an unacceptably
rough floor, PHILLYCLAD 5020 Floor Resurfacer is recommended to patch and resurface damaged
concrete.
RECOMMENDED SYSTEMS:
Concrete Floors:

1st coat: DURASEAL Primer/Sealer HS @ 4-6 mils DFT


2nd coat: DURASEAL Block Filler @ 10-30 mils DFT (optional)
3rd coat: DURASEAL 6700 @ 11-14 mils DFT

Concrete Block or Concrete Walls:

1st coat: DURASEAL Primer/Sealer HS @ 4-6 mils DFT


2nd coat: DURASEAL Block Filler @ 10-30 mils DFT
3rd coat: DURASEAL 6700 @ 11-14 mils DFT

MIXING AND APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: Do not mix material until all surfaces are completely
prepared and ready to be coated. Mechanically mix each component thoroughly before mixing components
together. Pour entire contents of the hardener into the slack filled resin can. Mix the two components using
a Jiffy Blade HS for two-gallon units and model ES for five-gallon units for 3-4 minutes at 250 RPM. It is
strongly recommended that only full units are used, that both components are thoroughly mixed, and that all
material from the bottom and side of the container is mixed in.

Working out of a pan, or bucket with grid, apply the mixed material on the primed surface and spread out
evenly to a DFT of 4-6 mils with a 3/8" - 1/2" quality roller cover. Roll out any puddles.

DURASEAL Primer/Sealer HS can also be applied with airless spray, such as Graco 30:1 unit @ 3,000 PSI,
.019" tip and 3/8 ID hose.

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DURASEAL Primer/Sealer HS
Page #2, Bulletin #1007A

TECHNICAL INFORMATION:

COLORS: White

GLOSS: N/A

VOLUME SOLIDS: 98%

VOC: 0.11 lbs./gal. (13 g/l)


(Based on Mixed Components)

COVERAGE: 261-393 sq. ft./gal @ 4-6 mils DFT

PACKAGING: Two-gallon unit


5 gallon unit

APPLICATION
TEMPERATURES: 55°F minimum to 100°F maximum
0
*Must be 5 F above dew point

RELATIVE HUMIDITY: 85% maximum

SERVICEABILITY: To touch - 2 hours


Recoat - 3 hours minimum (can be topcoated while still tacky)
0
24-48 hours maximum @ 72 F (22°C) @ 50% RH

MIXING RATIO: 2 to 1 epoxy resin/hardener by volume

INDUCTION: None
0 0
POT LIFE: 45 minutes @ 72 F (22 C)
0 0
FLASH POINT: 100 F (37.7 C) PMCC

VISCOSITY: Brush, roller, spray (2,000 - 3,000 cps @ 78°F)

REDUCER: NOT RECOMMENDED


0 0
SERVICE TEMPERATURE: 180 F (82 C) Dry Heat Resistance
0 0 0 0
SHELF LIFE: 18 months in closed container stored @ 50 F to 90 F (10 C to 32 C)

PRECAUTION: Maintain good ventilation and avoid breathing vapors. Avoid prolonged and
repeated skin contact. Wear safety glasses and impervious gloves.

October, 99
DURASEAL Concrete
Block Filler
Bulletin # 1011B

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: A high solids, two component, sprayable high build epoxy coating/block filler
designed to fill voids and rough concrete surfaces prior to being topcoated with chemically resistant systems.

RECOMMENDED USES: This product is designed to be spray applied to primed concrete surfaces that
need to be block filled or repaired before coating. It is part of a system that can be used around chemical
storage tanks and pumps, as well as secondary containment walls and floors. Typical applications would be
chemical process plants, petroleum facilities, pulp and paper mills, and areas subjected to severe chemical
attack.

SURFACE PREPARATION: (For more detailed information, see Bulletin #994)

New Concrete: All surfaces must be firm, clean, dry and well cured before coating. Newly poured concrete
must age at least 30 days at temperatures over 70°F (21°C) before coating. Form release agents, curing
compounds, salts, hardeners and other foreign matter will interfere with adhesion and must be removed by
sandblasting, shot blasting, mechanical scarification or suitable chemical means. If a curing membrane was
2
not used, then proceed with a 16% muriatic acid etch at a rate of 75 sq.ft. /gal. (7m /3.7 liters).

Old Concrete: Coating older, uncoated concrete containment floors and walls is done in much the same
manner as new concrete. Before etching, the concrete surface must be thoroughly cleaned with a strong
detergent cleaner to remove all grease, oils, etc. All loose concrete must be removed. Form release agents,
hardeners, etc., must be removed using same procedure as for new concrete. If surface deterioration
presents an unacceptably rough floor, TROWELABLE FLOOR RESURFACER is recommended to patch
and resurface damaged concrete.

Previously Painted Surfaces: If the paint is peeling or degrading in any way, it should be completely removed
by sanding, blasting or stripping. If previous paint coating is completely intact, the surface may be cleaned
with a strong detergent or solvent and scuff sanded to remove the gloss. A spot test should be made by
applying a small amount of coating over old paint. The old finish may wrinkle or lift within 60 minutes. If it
does not, wait 5 days and test for adhesion. Do this by cutting an "X" into the coating, place tape firmly over
the cut, then strip with a hard, fast pull. If the old finish fails, it must be removed.

RECOMMENDED SYSTEMS:
Concrete: 1st coat: DURASEAL Primer
2nd coat: DURASEAL Concrete Block Filler
3rd coat: DURASEAL 6700

MIXING & APPLICATION

Do not mix material until all surfaces are completely prepared and ready to be coated. Premix resin to a uniform consistency,
then mix resin and hardener together to a uniform color consistency using Jiffy Blade Model ES for five-gallon units. Mix for 3-
4 minutes at 250 rpm until components are thoroughly blended. It is strongly recommended that only full units be mixed, and
be sure to mix material from the bottom and sides of the container.

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Duraseal Concrete Block Filler Sprayable Coating
Bulletin #1011B - Page 2

DURASEAL Concrete Block Filler can be either spray or roller applied. Spray application uses airless equipment such as a
Graco Bulldog 30:1 ratio pump set at 2500 psi, .021" tip, and a 3/8" ID hose. Once spray applied to the desired thickness, the
material should be smoothed out with a rubber-faced trowel to an even finish. To roll apply, work out of a bucket with grid and
apply the mixed material onto the primed surface using a 1/2" - 3/4" nap roller. Then leave a smooth, even finish by carefully
working the material with a rubber trowel. Make sure to work the material into all bug holes and crevices.

COLOR: Gray

GLOSS: Semi-Gloss

WEIGHT SOLIDS: 87%

VOLUME SOLIDS: 86%

VOC: 0.62 lb./gallon (75 g/liter)

COVERAGE: 29 sq. ft. @ 50 mils DFT per gallon

PACKAGING: Five gallon units

APPLICATION TEMPERATURES: 55°F minimum to 100°F maximum


To Touch: 8 hrs.
To Recoat: 12 hrs. minimum/5 days maximum
* Must be 5°F (3°C) above dew point

RELATIVE HUMIDITY: 85% maximum

SERVICEABILITY: To Touch: 8 hours


To Recoat: 12 hrs. @ 72°F (22°C)

MIXING RATIO: Approximately 5:0.9 by Volume

INDUCTION: None

POT LIFE: One hour @ 72°F (22°C)

FLASH POINT: 73°F (22.7°C)

VISCOSITY: Approximately 40,000 cps upon activation

REDUCER: Not recommended

SERVICE TEMPERATURE: 180°F (82°C) Dry Heat Resistance

PRECAUTION: Keep away from heat and open flame. Maintain good ventilation and avoid
breathing vapors. Avoid prolonged or repeated skin contact.

October, 99
DURASEAL 6700
80% Solids High Build, Acid
Resistant, Novolac Coating
Bulletin #1006A

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: DURASEAL 6700 is a two component, high build, novolac epoxy coating intended as
surface protection against severe chemical attack. Excellent adhesion and low viscosity ensures a tight bond to
clean, sound concrete surface.

RECOMMENDED USES: DURASEAL 6700 is designed for protection of concrete surfaces against severe chemical
attack. Primary areas of use are around chemical storage tanks, and pumps as well as secondary containment floors
and walls.

SURFACE PREPARATION: (For more detailed information, see Bulletin #994)

New Concrete: All surfaces must be firm, clean, dry and well cured before coating. Newly poured concrete must age
at least 30 days at temperatures over 21°C (70°F) before coating. Form release agents, curing compounds, salts,
hardeners and other foreign matter will interfere with adhesion and must be removed by sandblasting, shot blasting,
mechanical scarification or suitable chemical means. If a curing membrane was not used, then proceed with a 16%
2
muriatic acid etch at a rate of 7m /3.7 liters (75 sq.ft./gal.)

Old Concrete: Coating older, uncoated concrete floors is done in much the same manner as new concrete. Before
etching, the concrete surface must be thoroughly cleaned with a strong detergent cleaner to remove all grease, oils,
etc. All loose concrete must be removed. Form release agents, hardeners, etc., must be removed using same
procedure as for new concrete. Holes and cracks should be filled with PHILLYSEAL Crack Filler before application of
a coating. If surface deterioration presents an unacceptably rough floor, TROWELABLE FLOOR RESURFACER is
recommended to patch and resurface damaged concrete.

Previously Painted Surfaces: If the paint is peeling or degrading in any way, it should be completely removed by
sanding, blasting or stripping. If previous paint coating is completely intact, the surface may be cleaned with a strong
detergent or solvent and scuff sanded to remove the gloss. A spot test should be made by applying a small amount
of coating over old paint. The old finish may wrinkle or lift within 60 minutes. If it does not, wait 5 days and test for
adhesion. Do this by cutting an "X" into the coating, place tape firmly over the cut, then strip with a hard, fast pull. If
the old finish fails, it must be removed.

RECOMMENDED SYSTEMS:
Concrete: 1st coat: DURASEAL Primer
2nd coat:DURASEAL Block Filler (if required to fill voids and bug holes to provide a continuous paint
film).
3rd coat: DURASEAL 6700

Steel: 1st coat: ITW Philadelphia Resins Rust Inhibitive Primer HS


2nd coat: DURASEAL 6700
MIXING & APPLICATION

Do not mix material until all surfaces are completely prepared and ready to be coated. Mechanically mix
each component thoroughly before mixing. Pour entire contents of the hardener into the slack filled resin
can. Mix the two components using a Jiffy Blade model HS for two-gallon units for 3-4 minutes at 250 rpm. It
is strongly recommended that only full units are used, that both components are thoroughly mixed, and that
all material from the bottom and side of the container is mixed.

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warranty. Statements regarding the use of ITW Philadelphia Resins products and processes are not to be construed as
recommendations for use in violation of any applicable laws, regulations or patent rights. © All rights reserved.
DURASEAL 6700
Bulletin #1006 - Page 2

MIXING & APPLICATION

Working out of a pan, or bucket with grid, apply the mixed material on the primed surface and spread out
evenly to a DFT of 11-14 mils (14-18 mils WFT) with a 3/8" - 1/2" quality roller cover. Roll out any puddles.
DURASEAL 6700 can also be applied with airless spray equipment, such as Graco 30:1 unit @ 3,000 psi,
.021" tip and 3/8" ID hose.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

COLOR: Tan/Gray

GLOSS: Semi-Gloss

VOLUME SOLIDS: 80%

VOC: Less than 0.95 lbs./gal (140 gms. /ltr.)


(based on mixed components)

COVERAGE: 90-115-sq. ft./gal. @ 14-18 mils WFT


(11-14 mils DFT)

PACKAGING: Two-gallon unit


Five-gallon unit

APPLICATION 55°F minimum to 100°F maximum


TEMPERATURES: * Must be 5°F above dew point

RELATIVE HUMIDITY: 85% maximum

SERVICEABILITY: To Touch - 6 hrs.


Recoat - 8 hrs. minimum @ 72°F (22°C) @ 50% RH
Full Service* - 7 Days at 72°F (22°C) @ 50% RH
* For 98% Sulfuric Acid full service time is
21 days @ 72°F (22°C) @ 50% RH

MIXING RATIO: 3:1 epoxy resin/hardener by volume

INDUCTION: None

POT LIFE: 30 minutes @ 72°F

FLASH POINT: 84°F PMCC

VISCOSITY: Heavy, brushable and rollable (4,000 - 6,000 cps)

REDUCER: None recommended

SERVICE TEMPERATURE: 180°F (82°C) Dry Heat Resistance

SHELF LIFE: 18 months unopened at 50°F - 90°F

PRECAUTION: Keep away from heat and open flame. Maintain good ventilation
and avoid breathing vapors. Avoid prolonged or repeated skin
contact.

September, 99
PHILLYCLAD® 6470
High Build Heavy Duty Coating
Bulletin #963F

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION: A 100% solids, two component, high build epoxy protective coating developed for
severe environmental conditions. PHILLYCLAD 6470 provides a tough flexible coating with a dry film thickness of 10-
15 mils per coat. Excellent adhesive characteristics insure a tight bond to most clean and sound surfaces. The
exceptional abrasion, erosion and impact resistance provides considerable versatility for a broad range of
applications. Good dielectric properties provide effective protection against galvanic corrosion where coated iron
pump casings and impellers are utilized in conjunction with copper, nickel or other dissimilar metals.
RECOMMENDED USES: Recommended marine applications include propeller shaft couplings, shafting struts, sea
chests, condensers, valves and valve bodies, pump impellers and casings, storage or processing tanks, etc.
Recommended industrial applications include protective coating of concrete foundations under pumps, tanks or
equipment handling corrosive or erosive products, coating of pumps or valves and coating of containment areas or
runoff trenches.
SURFACE PREPARATION:
New Concrete: All surfaces must be firm, clean, dry and well cured before coating. Newly poured concrete must age
at least 30 days at temperatures over 21°C (70°F) before coating. Form release agents, curing compounds, salts,
hardeners and other foreign matter will interfere with adhesion and must be removed by sandblasting, shot blasting,
mechanical scarification or suitable chemical means. If a curing membrane was not used, then proceed with a 16%
2
muriatic acid etch at a rate of 7m /3.7 liters (75 sq.ft./gal.)
Old Concrete: Coating older, uncoated concrete floors is done in much the same manner as new concrete. Before
etching, the concrete surface must be thoroughly cleaned with a strong detergent cleaner to remove all grease, oils,
etc. All loose concrete must be removed. Form release agents, hardeners, etc., must be removed using same
procedure as for new concrete. Holes and cracks should be filled with PHILLYSEAL Crack Filler before application of
a coating. If surface deterioration presents an unacceptably rough floor, PHILLYCLAD 5020 floor resurfacer is
recommended to patch and resurface damaged concrete.
Steel: All surfaces must be dry, clean and free of all previous coatings, rust and surface contamination. Minimum
surface preparation is abrasive blast to Commercial Grade SP-6. Blasted surfaces must be coated within 8 hours.
Prior to blast cleaning, remove all deposits of oil or grease using Solvent Clean method SP-1.
Wood: A clean, sound wood surface is required. Remove any oils and dirt from the surface using degreasing solvent
or strong detergent. Follow with sanding to remove loose or deteriorated surface wood and to obtain the proper
surface profile.
Previously Painted Surfaces: If the paint is peeling or degrading in any way, it should be completely removed by
sanding, blasting or stripping. If previous paint coating is completely intact, the surface may be cleaned with a strong
detergent or solvent and scuff sanded to remove the gloss. A spot test should be made by applying a small amount
of coating over old paint. The old finish may wrinkle or lift within 60 minutes. If it does not, wait 5 days and test for
adhesion. Do this by cutting an "X" into the coating, place tape firmly over the cut, then strip with a hard, fast pull. If
the old finish fails, it must be removed.
RECOMMENDED SYSTEMS:
Concrete/Wood: 1st coat: PHILLYCLAD 1000 Series (reduced 1 quart per gallon with PRT-61)*
2nd coat: PHILLYCLAD 6470
Steel: 1st coat: PHILLYCLAD 1014 Rust Inhibitive Primer
2nd coat: PHILLYCLAD 6470
Painted Surfaces in Sound Condition: 1 coat: PHILLYCLAD 6470

IMPORTANT: When coating previously painted surfaces, always apply test patch and examine for lifting and proper
inter-coat adhesion. If lifting occurs, remove old coating or apply an appropriate barrier coat.
Check local VOC regulations before applying.

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PHILLYCLAD® 6470 High Build Heavy Duty Coating
Bulletin #963F - Page 2

MIXING & APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS: Pour 1 part resin (white) and 1 part hardener (black) by volume into a
container and mix at slow speed with appropriate Jiffy mixer blade (Model HS or equal) for 2-3 minutes until a
uniform, streak-free gray color is obtained. Preferred application techniques are 9.5mm (3/8") roller or firm bristled
brush. When conditions allow, material can be reduced up to 10% with MEK. PHILLYCLAD 6470 is sprayable using
30:1 pumps, 100-psi air pressure and airless equipment with 0.020 tips. Positive displacement proportioning pump
with Kenics static mixer module is recommended due to the approximate 30 minute pot life @ 21°C (70°F). Again,
material can be reduced up to 10% with MEK.

Subsequent coats can be applied as soon as preceding coat is firm to the touch, approximately 3 hours @ 22°C
(72°F) surface temperature. Lower temperatures will increase cure time. Corrosion protection is improved through
the application of two or more coats, particularly when surfaces will be submerged.

TECHNICAL INFORMATION

COLOR: Light Gray

GLOSS: Semi-Gloss

VOLUME SOLIDS: 100%

VOC: 0% gms./ltr. (0% lbs./gal.)


(based on mixed components)
2
COVERAGE: 9.2 m /ltr. (100 sq.ft./gal.) @ 15 mils DFT
2
13.8m /ltr. (150 sq.ft./gal.) @ 10 mils DFT

PACKAGING: 7.5 ltr. unit containing 3.7 ltr. can epoxy resin, 3.7 ltr. can hardener
(2-gal. unit containing 1-gal. can epoxy resin, 1-gal. can hardener)
7.57 liters unit volume
38 ltr. unit containing 19 ltr. can epoxy resin, 19 ltr. can hardener
(10-gal. unit containing 5-gal. can epoxy resin, 5-gal. can hardener)
38 liters unit volume

APPLICATION
TEMPERATURES: 12°C minimum to 35°C maximum
(55°F minimum to 95°F maximum)
* Must be 3°C (5°F) above dew point

RELATIVE HUMIDITY: 85% maximum

SERVICEABILITY: Recoat - 3 hrs. minimum @ 22°C (72°F) @ 50% RH


Full Service - 18 hrs. @ 22°C (72°F) @ 50% RH

MIXING RATIO: 1:1 equal parts epoxy resin/hardener by volume

INDUCTION: None

POT LIFE: 30 min. @ 22°C (72°F)

FLASH POINT: 90°C PMCC (200°F)

VISCOSITY: Heavy, brushable and rollable

REDUCER: MEK

SERVICE TEMPERATURE: 82°C (180°F) Dry Heat Resistance


2
FLEXURAL STRENGTH: 575 kg/cm (8,200 psi) ASTM-D-790
2
TENSILE STRENGTH: 330 kg/cm (4,700 psi) ASTM-D-638

PRECAUTION: Keep away from heat and open flame. Maintain good ventilation and avoid
breathing vapors. Avoid prolonged or repeated skin contact.
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