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Cortec Offers VpCI®-395 Water-based Epoxy Primer for Long-term Corrosion Protection

Published on 2012-06-21. Author : SpecialChem

VpCI®-395 is economical, water-based epoxy primer that provides excellent adhesion, salt spray, immersion and long term corrosion protection to steel. This non-hazardous, non-flammable coating differs from other epoxy primers by minimizing long-term embrittlement and has a fast drying time (20-30 minutes dry to touch) as well as excellent corrosion resistance. Its water-based formulation makes it easier to comply with environmental regulations governing solvents and VOC limits. Clean up is easy by using soap and water.

Microcorrosion inhibiting primer VpCI®-395 replaces zinc rich primers and provides long-term corrosion resistance in a corrosive atmosphere. It is VOC compliant, fast drying and has excellent adhesion and immersion resistance, as well as long pot life of 6-8 hours. Metals protected are carbon and stainless steel, cast iron, galvanized steel and aluminum.

VpCI®-395 works in HCl, H2S, SO2, and CO2 vapor environments and can be topcoated with water-based VpCI®-386 coating and other conventional coatings. Typical uses include; structural steel, OEM primer, equipment overhauls, immersed equipment and holding tanks. The product conforms to NACE Standard 0487-2000 and is ROHS compliant. It is UL Classified in accordance standard 61 for potable water.

About Cortec

Cortec® Corporation is a world leader in innovative, environmentally responsible VpCI® and MCI® corrosion control technologies for Packaging, Metalworking, Construction, Electronics, Water Treatment, Oil & Gas, and other industries. Their relentless dedication to sustainability, quality, service, and support is unmatched in the industry. Headquartered in St. Paul, Minnesota, Cortec® manufactures over 400 products distributed worldwide. ISO 9001 & ISO 14001:2004 Certified.

Source: Cortec

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