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Phenoline 353 LT Carboline Global Product

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Description

Phenoline 353 LT is a highly cross-linked epoxy lining with extraordinary overall chemical resistance and versatility. It has a unique blend of resins that make it highly resistant to a variety of aggressive cargos like gasoline, gasoline blends, biodiesel, fuel oils, and others. It can be used in both acidic and high temperature caustic exposures. Markets served are terminals, refineries, petrochemical, wastewater, railcar linings, subsea oil and gas equipment, and many others. This low temperature cure formulation allows application and curing down to 35°F (2°C).


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Phenoline 353 LT Mixed Metal Oxide SDS Part A English

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Product Flyer - Phenoline 353 Series English

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Features & Benefits

  • Outstanding overall chemical resistance
  • Dense, highly cross-linked film for superior barrier protection
  • Excellent abrasion resistance and toughness
  • Well-suited for hydrocarbon exposures
  • Cures down to 35°F (2°C)
  • Meets NORSOK System 7C Requirements for subsea equipment up to 356°F (180°C)