Structure Guard®-Water

Structure Guard® – Water  is a 100% solids epoxy coating made for plural component spray application. NSF 61 certified for pipe as small as 4” diameter and tanks 50 gallons and larger.

Product Documents

Structure Guard® – Water  is a 100% solids epoxy coating made for plural component spray application. NSF 61 certified for pipe as small as 4” diameter and tanks 50 gallons and larger. With a 25 minute pot life and extended re-coat time, Structure Guard – Water is the perfect product to coat long pipelines and large water tanks.

Packaging

5 gallon buckets (15 gallon kit), 55 gallon drums (150 gallon kit)

Pot Life

25 minutes

Cure Time

4 hours at 70°F

Preparation

Existing Concrete and Masonry
Substrates must be prepared in a manner that provides a uniform, sound, clean, neutralized surface with sufficient profile suitable for the specified coating. The substrate must be free of all contaminants, such as oil, grease, rust, scale or deposits and have a surface profile equivalent to a CSP3 to CSP5 in accordance with ICRI Technical Guideline No. 03732. This can generally be achieved by abrasive blasting, shot blasting, high pressure water cleaning, water jetting, acid etch, hot water/steam cleaning or a combination of methods.

New Concrete and Masonry
Substrates must be sandblasted to achieve a CSP4.

Steel / Metal
Near-White Blast SSPC-SP10/NACE 2

Mixing

2 parts Structure Guard®-Water Part A to 1 Part Structure Guard®-Water Part B

Procedure

Pre Heat: 80 Degrees Fahrenheit Part A and Part B (No solvent used in thinning). Plural Component Equipment Spray Equipment: Graco XM50 or Graco XP70. Gun Setup: Can be applied at 40-60 psi at the gun using a 517 tip. Mil Thickness: Apply 40-60 mils per. Re-coat Time: Must be re-coated with in 12 After 12 hours the first coat must be abraded.

Cleanup

Acetone or MEK

Safety

Structure Guard – Water contains Amines that can be harmful to  skin and eyes. If contact with skin or eyes rinse thoroughly with water. See SDS for full instructions. Always consult a medical physician with concerns.

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