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HALOX® 430 JM

Technical Datasheet | Supplied by ICL Industrial
HALOX® 430 JM by ICL Industrial is a new generation heavy metal-free corrosion inhibitor for protective coating systems. It is a jet-milled version of the patented calcium phosphate and ion exchange technology. It is a non-toxic, anti-corrosive pigment. It is based on synergy between an ion scavenging and passivation mechanism. HALOX® 430 JM is recommended for use in long-term applications where use of heavy metals such as zinc, strontium, barium, molybdenum, and chromate. It is designed for use in epoxy esters, moisture cure polyurethanes, short-, medium- & long oil alkyds and silicones. It can also be used in clear-, powder-, aerospace- & coil coatings and wash & etch primer. It offers significant advantages such as thin film applications (<10 microns), easier to disperse, cleaner grinds and improved efficiency. The dosage level of the grade for the coating systems such as water- & solventborne 2K epoxy is 2-6% & 8-12% & for alkyds, modified alkyds and 2K polyurethane is 2-6% & 6-10% respectively, for waterborne acrylic copolymer is 2-5% and for solventborne polyester melamine/TGIC is 6-9%.
HALOX® 430 JM
Technical Datasheet | Supplied by ICL Industrial
Product Type
Anti-corrosives > Phosphates
Chemical Composition
Calcium phosphate
Physical Form
Powder
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