RAILWAY INDUSTRY PRODUCTS

Product Coating Type Description

SP-1088

Urethane Recommended as a topcoat for Specialty Polymer Coatings Inc. SP-5885 and other SPC epoxy coatings where UV protection and colour and gloss retention are primary considerations.

SP-1288

Epoxy SP-1288 G.P. Epoxy is a two-component ambient cured epoxy based on novel leading edge technology. SP-1288 G.P. Epoxy can be used in applications where abrasive blasting is not possible or feasible. SP-1288 G.P. Epoxy exhibits excellent adhesion on metal substrates prepared as per SSPC SP-11 Surface Preparation Specification.

SP-1386

Polyurethane Recommended uses for coating of On-shore and off-shore structures and pipe, sewer lines, general piping, dam gates, penstocks, lining of tanks and sewage digesters, lining of open-top gondola railcars used for transporting sulphur and coal. Advantages: good flexibility, excellent resistance to sea and fresh water, good acid and abrasion resistance, excellent adhesion to steel surfaces, fusion bonded epoxy, Fiber Reinforced Plastic and concrete.

SP-1842

Polyurethane Ideally used for coating of pipe intended for slip bore/directional drill applications. Also for coating of pipe, valves, fittings, fabricated assemblies, girth welds, rehabilitation (recoating) of existing pipelines and coating repairs.

SP-1853

Polyurethane Used for coating of ship decks, on-shore and off-shore structures and marine piles.

SP-1864

Polyurethane Used for coating of ship hulls, rudders, marine pilings, docks and ballast tanks. Ideally used for coating of pipe intended for slip bore/directional drill applications and for rehabilitating large sections of existing pipeline with automated equipment. Also for coating of pipe, valves, fittings, fabricated assemblies, girth welds, rehabilitation (recoating) of existing pipelines and coating repairs.

SP-2830

Epoxy / Amine Used for grouting and sealing purposes on pipeline prior to installation of repair/reinforcing sleeves or clamps, hot tape fittings and split sleeve fittings.

SP-2888 R.G.

Epoxy / Urethane Used for coating of girth welds, as well as valves, fittings, pipe, ballast tanks, ships and marine structures. Ideally suited for coating of pipe to be used for slip bore/directional drilling due to its superior abrasion, impact and gouge resistance properties. Also for exterior coatings of pipelines in buried or immersed services. Advantage: excellent adhesion to grit blasted steel surfaces, Fusion Bond Epoxy and Fiber Reinforced Plastic

SP-2889 EPL

Epoxy / Urethane Used for exterior coatings for pipelines in buried or immersed services and slip bore and directional drilling applications. Advantages: Excellent abrasion and impact resistance and excellent adhesion to grit blasted steel surfaces, Fusion Bond Epoxy, and Fiber Reinforced Plastic.

SP-3888

Epoxy Used for high temperature operating pipelines, compressor / pump station discharge piping, recycle lines, valves, fittings, girth weld coatings, rehabilitation of existing pipelines, and suitable for certain tank lining applications. Advantages: excellent adhesion to grit blasted steel surfaces, Fusion Bond Epoxy, liquid epoxy, and urethane coatings.

SP-4888

Epoxy Used for coating pipelines, structures or other steel surfaces where the surface is damp due to environment, high humidity or condensation. Advantages: excellent adhesion to wet, damp or dry grit blasted steel surfaces, Fusion Bond Epoxy, and Fiber Reinforced Plastic.

SP-5818

Epoxy DISCONTINUED. Excellent corrosion protection for steel structures, bridges, tanks, piping, valves, and other steel surfaces exposed to coastal and/or moderate to severe industrial environments.

SP-5819

Polymer Used as a tie-coat on well cured two-component coating in areas where abrasive blasting cannot be employed.

SP-5885

Epoxy SP-5885 SF replaces SP-5885. It is used for lining of tanks, piping and structures containing salt water, jet fuel, aliphatic hydrocarbons and associated products. Also used as corrosion resistant coating for structural steel, storage tanks and equipment in refineries pulp and paper mills and chemical plants.

SP-5890

Acrylic Used as a protective and decorative finish coat on the exterior of above ground pipelines and structural finish coat on the exterior of above ground pipelines and structural steel. Also suitable for use in areas where other coatings that contain isocyanates may be prohibited.

SP-5891 DTM

Acrylic Used as a protective coating on the exterior of above ground domestic or industrial storages tanks, piping and structural steel.SP-5891 is suitable for use in areas where other coatings that contain isocyanates may be prohibited. Can also be used as a topcoat for SP-1868 Tuff-Tank and may be applied wet to wet.

SP-6888

Epoxy Used for coating of pipe, valves, fittings, girth weld coatings, tank lining, rehabilitation of existing pipelines and slip bore/direction drill applications. Advantage of excellent adhesion to grit blasted steel surfaces, fusion bond epoxy, liquid epoxy, and urethane coatings.

SP-6889

Epoxy Used for lining of ballast tanks and penstocks. It is a corrosion resistant coating for structural steel, storage tanks, and equipment in refineries, pulp and paper mills and chemical plants. Advantages: good adhesion to marginally prepared surface, single coat application to mil thickness normally requiring two or three coats.

SP-7888 NSF 100% Solids Epoxy

Epoxy Used for lining of water storage tanks and pipelines, coating for water and sewage treatment plants, coating for dam gates and penstocks.

SP-8888

Novolac Used for exterior coatings of pipe, valves and fittings used in buried or immersed services. Advantages: good flexibility, excellent impact resistance, excellent resistance to high temperature cathodic disbonding up to 150 degrees C and excellent adhesion to grit blasted steel surfaces, Fusion Bond Epoxy and Fiber Reinforced Plastic.

SP-9888®

Novolac Used for internal lining of storage tanks and sewage digesters. Advantages: good flexibility, excellent impact resistance and excellent resistance to high temperature cathodic disbonding up to 150 degrees C.
 
       
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