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Corrosion Protection Systems

P R O T E G O L

EP Coating 130 HT
Solvent-free, two-component epoxy coating
Date of issue 11/2007

TIB Chemicals AG | Muelheimer Strasse 16 -22 | 68219 Mannheim | P. O. Box 81 02 20 | 68202 Mannheim
Phone +49 621 8901-812 | Fax +49 621 8901-902 | info.protegol@tib-chemicals.com | www.tib-chemicals.com

This information is given to the best of our knowledge but without obligation. We are not liable for any wrong advice or any advice we may have failed to give.
This data sheet becomes invalid as soon as a new edition has been published. Please contact us for latest.

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Description

Solvent-free two-component epoxy coating.
Protegol

EP Coating 130 HT has a high resistance


against cathodic disbonding even at high
temperatures.
Protegol

EP Coating 130 HT fulfils the


requirements of DIN EN 10289 Steel tubes and
fittings for on and offshore pipelines- External liquid
applied epoxy and epoxy modified coatings
The product is applied by airless hot-spraying.
Bending of the pipes after application of the coating
is not recommended.

Uses

Interior and exterior coating of
pipes
valves
fittings
containers / tanks
risers

Benefits

Excellent corrosion protection
Good adhesion to steel
High mechanical resistance
Abrasion resistant
High temperature resistance
Good chemical resistance
Sour gas approval

Product Data

The following data were determined at +20 C unless
otherwise stated:

Type two-component material

Base epoxy

Solvents water

Volume Solids 100%
Viscosity at 25C
Comp. A
Comp. B

Liquid (7000 mPas appr.)
Liquid (2000 mPas appr.)

Density
Comp. A 1,45 g/cm
Comp. B 1,45 g/cm
Comp. A + B 1,45 g/cm

Mixing ratio
Comp. A : B 69 : 31 parts by weight
2,2 : 1,0 parts by volume

Application method Airless-hot-spray system

Minimum thickness 50 m

Coating thickness up to 800m per operation on
vertical surfaces

Application temp. Substrate > 10 C max. 120C
Humidity max. 80 %
Comp. A 40 C 60C
Comp. B 40 C 60C

Pot life 100 g batch at room temp. approx.
20 min.
100 g batch at 60C approx.
2 min.

Over coating period without preparation approx. 12
hours

Tack-free After 5 hours at room temperature

Temperature limits without
simultaneous mechanical
stress
dry 150C (getting dark)
wet 100C (without temperature
gradient to the substrate)

Shore D 80 + 3 approx. after 5 d 23C

Cleaner Solvent D or Solvent G

Cathodic disbondment
according to EN 10289
after 28 d, at 23 C
1mm

Adhesion test
(Pull-off-method)
according to EN 10289
at 23 C
8 N/mm
2



Specific electrical
insulation resistance
according to EN 10 289
after 100 d , at 23 C
3,2 x 10
+9
m


Thermal Ageing
(Adhesion test)
according to EN 10 289
after 100 d at 100 C
8 N/mm
2






Corrosion Protection Systems

P R O T E G O L

EP Coating 130 HT
Solvent-free, two-component epoxy coating
Date of issue 11/2007

TIB Chemicals AG | Muelheimer Strasse 16 -22 | 68219 Mannheim | P. O. Box 81 02 20 | 68202 Mannheim
Phone +49 621 8901-812 | Fax +49 621 8901-902 | info.protegol@tib-chemicals.com | www.tib-chemicals.com

This information is given to the best of our knowledge but without obligation. We are not liable for any wrong advice or any advice we may have failed to give.
This data sheet becomes invalid as soon as a new edition has been published. Please contact us for latest.

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Maximum
impact energy
according to EN 10 289
at 23 C
E(max) = 5 J / mm


* The volumetric mixing ratio has been obtained at
normal pressure and room temperature and was calculated over
density.

Colours

Comp. A white
Comp. B black
Comp. A+B grey

Coverage

Approx. 1,45 kg / per mm dft. / m (theoretical value).

Packaging

Comp. A 1000 ltr. containers.
Comp. A (250 kg) Comp. B (250 kg) in 200 ltr. drums
Comp. A (30 kg) and Comp. B (30 kg) in 30 ltr.
hobbocks.

Storage

In a cool and dry place, approx. 12 months in tightly
closed original containers.

Storage and Transport Data

Flash point VbF GGVS / ADR
PROTEGOL

130 HT
Comp. A > 100 C - Cl. 9, fig. 11c
Comp. B 82 C - Cl. 8, fig. 53 c
Solvent D 25C A II Cl. 3, fig. 31 c
Solvent G Approx. 7C A I Cl. 3, fig. 5 b

Application

Substrate

The steel surfaces to be coated must be dry, clean,
free from dust, have a good key and be free from all
matter acting as release agents (e.g. oil, grease, old
paint etc.).

In order to obtain the necessary conditions suitable
substrate preparation methods such as blasting must
be used.

Steel surfaces must be abrasive blast clean to near
white (degree of cleanliness according to DIN EN
ISO 12944-4 at least Sa 2 ). The coating must be
applied immediately after blast cleaning.

The constructional design of steel and iron shall
comply to DIN 28051 and DIN 28053 or to VDI
guideline 2532.

The surface profile shall be between 70 and 90 m.
The blasting material shall be sharp-edged
We recommend as grit blasting material
We recommend for example Testra 1-2 mm or
Asilikos 1-2 mm.

Coating

Ensure that the temperature of the substrate is at
least 3 C above the dew point to avoid
condensation. The dew point can be determined with
a suitable dew point mirror.

PROTEGOL

EP-Coating 130 HT is applied using a


two-component airless hot-spray system. Dosing for
each component must be very precise with a
tolerance of 5 %.

Relative humidity during application and curing
process must be < 70 %.

Depending on the field of use small quantities can be
mixed manually and applied by brush.
Both components should be stored at room
temperature which will make application easier at
lower temperatures whereas at high summer
temperatures the drums shall be stored in a cool
place, by no means expose them to direct sunlight.

Maintenance of tools

Application equipment must be cleaned immediately
after use with Solvent D or Solvent G.






Corrosion Protection Systems

P R O T E G O L

EP Coating 130 HT
Solvent-free, two-component epoxy coating
Date of issue 11/2007

TIB Chemicals AG | Muelheimer Strasse 16 -22 | 68219 Mannheim | P. O. Box 81 02 20 | 68202 Mannheim
Phone +49 621 8901-812 | Fax +49 621 8901-902 | info.protegol@tib-chemicals.com | www.tib-chemicals.com

This information is given to the best of our knowledge but without obligation. We are not liable for any wrong advice or any advice we may have failed to give.
This data sheet becomes invalid as soon as a new edition has been published. Please contact us for latest.

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Health and Safety

Although PROTEGOL

EP-Coating 130 HT is sol-


vent-free it may, if applied at elevated temperatures,
develop vapours to irritate the skin. It must be
ensured by suitable measures, such as continuous
ventilation, mechanical extraction or respiratory
protection that such vapours and any mist eventually
forming during the spraying process are not inhaled.
We therefore recommend to wear filter or fresh air
masks.

When using PROTEGOL

EP-Coating 130 HT all


safety precautions applicable to handling epoxy
resins and their hardeners must be observed. They
are listed in the Merkblatt fr die Verarbeitung von
Polyester- und Epoxidharzen (Application advice for
polyester and epoxy resins) published by the
German liability insurance association of the
chemical industry and are available on request.

Notes on dangers and safety advice on the
containers must be strictly observed !

Contact with the unprotected skin should be avoided.
Any material accidentally splashed onto the skin
should be immediately removed using warm, soapy
water or preferably with warm, non-alkaline
detergent. Afterwards wash again thoroughly with
soap and water.
It is recommended to protect the skin with a silicone-
free barrier cream before starting work.

Any further information can be taken from the
material safety data sheets.