- Lining 65 - For Concrete

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TIP TOP - Lining 65 - For Concrete

TIP TOP LINING 65 is a three component, powder filled, mat reinforced vinyl ester lining system. This system consists of one trowel applied body coat, two 450 g/m² fiberglass mats as reinforcement, one surface veil and two resin rich topcoats to produce a total DFT of 3.0 mm to 4.0 mm.

Recommended Uses: This lining system provides excellent crack bridging capabilities along with good general corrosion resistance for most conditions in chemical processes, like organic acids, bleaching lyes, sodium hydroxide and sodium hypochlorite. Through its unique properties, the lining is designed for both steel and concrete applications. TIP TOP LINING 65 is highly suitable for application as a crack bridging lining and can cover cracks bigger than 0.2 mm according to the DIBt Specifications.

Temperature Resistance: + 75 °C Immersion, Constant Flow
Generic Type: Bisphenol-A Vinyl Ester
Filler: Silica
Solvent: Styrene (reactive)

Design: The concrete construction to be lined must be fabricated according to the EN 14879-1:2005. Cracks should be smaller than 0.2 mm. Further information can be taken from our concrete specifications.

Preparation: Concrete Contaminants such as oil or grease must be removed prior to the application. The best preparation is abrasive blast to open holes covert with cement and to roughen the surface. The resulting surface should be at least as rough as 40 grit sand paper. Concrete should be thoroughly cured for at least 28 days. Use plastic sheet method (ASTM 4263) to ensure the moisture content is less as 4%. The cured concrete should have a minimum compressive strength of 25 N/mm² and a minimum surface strength of 1.5 N/mm².

TIP TOP Oberflächenschutz Elbe GmbH
TIP TOP Oberflächenschutz Elbe GmbH
Heuweg 4
Wittenberg 06886

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