Barrier Plus

Zinc rich epoxy coating

Paint type

This is a two component polyamine cured zinc rich epoxy coating. It is a high solids, very high zinc dust containing product. It conforms to the compositional requirements of SSPC paint 20, level 2 and ISO 12944/ISO 20340. It provides excellent corrosion protection as part of a complete coating system. To be used as primer in atmospheric environments. Suitable for carbon steel, repair of inorganic zinc silicate coating and damaged galvanised steel substrates. It can be applied down to 0 °C surface temperature. This product complies with ASTM D520 type II zinc dust.

Typical uses

Protective: Suitable for structural steel and piping exposed in corrosivity categories up to CX (ISO 12944-2). Recommended for offshore environments, refineries, power plants, bridges, buildings, mining equipment and general structural steel. Specially designed as a primer for coating systems where extended durability is required. Product testing shows superior performance in adhesion/cohesion and electrical conductivity when compared to traditional zinc rich epoxy coatings.

Pre-qualification testing in accordance with NORSOK M-501, Rev. 5, System 1, suitable for exterior exposure in offshore environment, below 120 °C.
Suitable for use in mating surfaces of High Strength Friction Grip Bolted Connections:
Complies with AS4100 Appendix J (Slip Factor), and the requirements of Research Council on Structural Connections (RCSC) Class B, Appendix A (Slip coefficient and resistance to tension creep).

Technical data

Volume solids (vol.%) 60
Mass of solids (g/l) 2358
VOC-value (g/l) 442

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Barrier Plus -MSDS Comp.A

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Barrier Plus -MSDS Comp.B

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