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Plasite 4550 Carboline Global Product

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Description

PLASITE 4550 is a 100% solids, reinforced, premium novolac epoxy coating for internal tank lining. It is resistant to a broad range of chemicals such as fuels, salts, alkalis, strong inorganic acids, some solvents, sour crude oil and 98% sulfuric acid.


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Features & Benefits

  • High Impact Resistance
  • Superior adhesion to metal substrates and concrete
  • Outstanding adhesion to stainless steel, even with low blast profiles
  • Well suited to protect alloy steels typically used to wet FGD systems where pitting and crevice corrosion often occur
  • Fast cure-to-service; depending upon application can be placed into service within 36 hours
  • Minimal blushing characteristics
  • Can be applied in temperatures as low as 35 °F (1.7 °C)
  • Can be applied as a one-coat system
  • Tested and approved for crude oil transportation up to 350 °F (177 °C)
  • Superior thermal shock resistance from -40 to 350 °F (-40-177 °C)
  • Complies with the API RP 652 definition of a reinforced liner.