The research laboratory of Stainless Steel Coatings has developed a new enhanced 4907 Epoxy formula to achieve conformity with the latest international standards relating to Volatile Organic Contents (VOC’s), and to increase the covering yield even further and thus provide for a cost reduction.
This new product type – STEEL IT 4908 High Solids, Low VOC, Epoxy Finish – features improved against corrosion, humidity, and impacts as the (USDA approved) 4907 and can be used in those cases where incidental contact with foodstuffs may occur. This is a new high quality protective coating which complies with the latest environmental protection regulations.
STEEL IT Epoxy Finish 4908 HS/L VOC and STEEL IT Epoxy Primer 4220 HS/L VOC have been engineered the latest generation of low molecular weight epoxy. The system has VOC levels well below all current regulated thresholds.
Both the primer and the finish afford optimal physical properties that improve adhesion and help the system withstand flexing and stretching. The cured film –pigmented with stainless steel flakes for enhanced performance- is highly durable and resistant to the corrosive effects of oils, fats, spilled solvents, solvent fumes, alkalis and many dilute organic and inorganic acids. This two-pack epoxy system compound features excellent wetting characteristics and long pot life. They may be applied by a wide variety of techniques, including brush, roller, conventional airspray, airless and air-assisted airspray (HVLP) applications.
STEEL IT Epoxy primer 4220 HS/LVOC is a two-pack lead free product.
STEEL It Epoxy Finish High Solids, Low VOC (Article no. 4908). Applied by spray, brush or roller. Two-pack Coating (A+B). Mixing ratio 1:1
STEEL IT Epoxy Primer High Solids, Low VOC (Article no. 4220). Applied by spray, brush or roller. Two-pack Coating (A+B). Mixing ratio 1:1
STEEL IT Epoxy Reducer, Thinner (Article no. 6811). Thinning: up to 5% max. Do not use any other solvents or thinners.
Protects steel surfaces and other materials against impact and abrasion, mild acids, and mild and strong alkalis, solvents and chemical spillage, Moisture (fresh and salt). Note: Both, the primer and the finish, afford optimal physical properties that improve adhesion and help the system withstand flexing and stretching.