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PPG’s Coatings and Primers Receive NSF Certification for Water-tank Applications

Published on 2015-07-24. Author : SpecialChem

PITTSBURGH -- PPG Industries’ protective and marine coatings (PMC) business announced that four individual coatings and primers and two combined coating-and-primer systems have been certified by NSF International for water-tank applications. The new NSF certifications for PPG PMC products include the following:

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• AMERCOAT(R) 133/844 pit-filler is a hand-applied coating designed to fill deep holes in pitted steel surfaces with a single pass. It features a 100-percent solids formulation and emits almost zero volatile organic compounds (VOCs), and it trowels easily to a smooth finish.

• SIGMAWELD(TM) 199 primer is a weldable preconstruction primer that provides up to 12 months of corrosion protection during construction and offers extended recoatability thereafter. Designed specifically for metal fabricators and plate-steel shops, SIGMAWELD 199 primer has a low-zinc, low-solids formulation that dries quickly, adheres strongly and applies easily to thicknesses of 1 to 1.5 mils in addition to providing a wide window for final coating system application.

• NOVAGUARD(TM) 810 coating is a high-build, single-coat novolac-epoxy lining. With a solvent-free, 100-percent solids formulation, NOVAGUARD 810 coating cures rapidly and achieves 30-40 mil thickness in a single coat.

• Amercoat 68MCZ primer is a zinc-rich urethane primer for new construction and field-maintenance of water tanks. It is compatible with other organic and inorganic zinc primers and cures rapidly to enable accelerated topcoat application.

NSF International also certified PPG water-tank coating systems incorporating NOVAGUARD 810 coating over Amercoat 68MCZ primer and NOVAGUARD 810 coating over SIGMAWELD 199 primer.

Diane Kappas, PPG vice president, protective and marine coatings, Americas, said the NSF certifications enable PPG to expand its range of coatings solutions for water-tank builders, fabrication shops, subcontractors and maintenance personnel.

“PPG coatings and primers have a long history of proven performance in the water-tank field,” she explained. “The NSF stamp of approval makes it easier for customers to specify PPG products as a single-source solution and to choose a PPG coating system best suited to a particular application.”

PPG’s PMC business is one of the world leaders in protective and marine coatings. Its products protect customers’ assets in some of the world’s most demanding conditions and environments, such as projects in energy, infrastructure and marine markets. PPG PMC features lines such as the Amercoat and SIGMA COATINGS® brands.

NSF International is an independent global organization that writes standards and tests and certifies products for the building materials, food, water, health sciences and consumer goods industries to minimize adverse health effects and protect the environment. Founded in 1944 and operating in more than 155 countries, the organization publishes national standards for water treatment that establish strict requirements for equipment and materials such as water tanks that come in contact with potable water.

About PPG: Bringing Innovation to the Surface®

PPG Industries' vision is to be one of the world’s leading coatings companies by consistently delivering high-quality, innovative and sustainable solutions that customers trust to protect and beautify their products and surroundings. Through leadership in innovation, sustainability and color, PPG provides added value to customers in construction, consumer products, industrial and transportation markets and aftermarkets to enhance more surfaces in more ways than does any other company. Founded in 1883, PPG has global headquarters in Pittsburgh and operates in more than 70 countries around the world. Reported net sales in 2014 were $15.4 billion.

Source: PPG
 


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