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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Interior Steel...........................................................................1

Exterior Steel..........................................................................2

Exterior Overcoat Systems.......................................................3

Concrete...........................................................................3-4

SYSTEMS GUIDE
TO HIGH PERFORMANCE COATINGS FOR
POTABLE WATER STORAGE TANKS

TNEMEC COMPANY, INC.


6800 Corporate Drive, Kansas City, MO 64120
1-800-TNEMEC1 www.tnemec.com

Published techincal data, instructions, and pricing are subject


to change without notice. Contact your Tnemec technical
representative for current technical data, instructions, and
pricing. Warranty information: The service life of Tnemecs
coatings will vary. For warranty, limitation of sellers liability,
and product information, please refer to Tnemecs Product Data
Sheets at www.tnemec.com or contact your Tnemec Technical
Representative. 11/10/2015
POTABLE WATER STORAGE TANKS: SELECTION GUIDE FOR COATINGS Additional coating systems are available
including those with low VOCs. Contact your
Tnemec representative, refer to the product

INTERIOR STEEL- POTABLE WATER TANK


data sheets or visit www.tnemec.com for
more information.

See back page for brief description of all listed


products. Reference the product data sheet for
INTERIOR WET details.

AWWA D102 Paint System: ICS-5 All interior wet systems listed are
System Type: Zinc-Rich Urethane/Epoxy/Epoxy certified in accordance with ANSI/NSF
Surface Preparation: SSPC-SP10/NACE 2 Standard 61 for use inside potable
water storage tanks. Additional colors
Primer: Series 91-H 2O or 94-H 2O Hydro-Zinc, DFT 2.5 to 3.5 are available.
mils [1]
Intermediate Coat: Series N140 Pota-Pox Plus, DFT 4.0 to 6.0 mils [1] [4] [15] 1 Faster cure/low temperature alternative
available. Consult the product data sheet for
Finish Coat: Series N140 Pota-Pox Plus, DFT 4.0 to 6.0 mils [1] [4] [15] information.
Total DFT: 10.5 to 15.5 mils
Series N140 Series N140F
Series N69 Add 47-700 Accelerator
AWWA D102 Paint System: ICS-1 Series 73 Add 44-710 Accelerator
Series 1074 & 1075 Add 44-710 Accelerator
System Type: Epoxy/Epoxy Series 90-97 Add 44-710 Accelerator
Series 91H 2O Add 44-710 Accelerator
Surface Preparation: SSPC-SP10/NACE 2 & 94-H 2O
Series 700 & 701 Add 44-710 Accelerator
Primer: Series N140 Pota-Pox Plus, DFT 3.0 to 5.0 mils [1] [2] [15]
Series 1070, 1071 Add 44-710 Accelerator
Finish Coat: Series N140 Pota-Pox Plus, DFT 4.0 to 8.0 mils [1] [4] [15] & 1072
Total DFT: 7.0 to 13.0 mils 2 Scarify the prime coat by brush-off blasting
before topcoating if the primer has been ex-
posed to sunlight for 60 days or longer.
AWWA D102 Paint System: ICS-2
3 System recommendations will vary depend-
System Type: Epoxy/Epoxy/Epoxy ing on the generic type and condition of the
Surface Preparation: SSPC-SP10/NACE 2 existing system. Overcoat of aged coatings re-
quires testing before application. Consult
Tnemec for an overcoat risk assessment and
Primer: Series N140 Pota-Pox Plus, DFT 3.0 to 5.0 mils [1] [2]
specific recommendations. Request Technical
Intermediate Coat: Series N140 Pota-Pox Plus, DFT 3.0 to 5.0 mils [1] [4] Bulletin 98-10 or reference SSPC-TU3.
Finish Coat: Series N140 Pota-Pox Plus, DFT 4.0 to 6.0 mils [1] [4]
4 Brush or roller application may require add-
Total DFT: 10.0 to 16.0 mils itional coat(s) to achieve recommended film
thickness and/or complete hiding.

5 For additional protection and extension of


AWWA D102 Paint System: ICS-3 long-term weathering qualities, specify Series
System Type: Zinc-Rich Urethane/Epoxy 1074U (gloss) or 1075U (semi-gloss).
Surface Preparation: SSPC-SP10/NACE 2 6 Actual film thickness and/or spreading rate
will depend on the porosity of the substrate.
Primer: Series 91-H 2O or 94-H 2O Hydro-Zinc, DFT 2.5 to 3.5
mils [1] 7 To achieve complete finish coat coverage,
the primer or intermediate coat color should
Finish Coat: Series 22 or FC22 Epoxoline, DFT 20.0 to 30.0 mils be noticeably different than the finish coat
color. A color slightly lighter than the finish
Total DFT: 22.5 to 33.5 mils coat is recommended.

8 Voids and surface imperfections should be


AWWA D102 Paint System: ICS-4 filled with Series 215 Surfacing Epoxy or Series
System Type: Zinc-Rich Urethane/Polyurethane 218 MortarClad prior to application of the
prime coat.
Surface Preparation: SSPC-SP10/NACE 2
9 Series L69 or V69 may be substituted when
Primer: Series 91-H 2O or 94-H 2O Hydro-Zinc, DFT 2.5 to 3.5 lower VOC or HAPS levels are needed.
mils [1] 10 For superior water repellency in addition to
Finish Coat: Series 406 Elasto-Shield, DFT 25.0 to 30.0 mils color, use Series 636 or 664 prior to applying
Series 607 or 617.
Total DFT: 27.5 to 33.5 mils
11 Reference SSPC-SP13/NACE 6 and ICRI
Guideline No. 03732.
INTERIOR DRY 12 Galvanized Steel and Nonferrous Metal:
Surface preparation recommendations will
System Type: Zinc-Rich Urethane/Epoxy vary depending on substrate and exposure
Surface Preparation: SSPC-SP6/NACE 3 conditions. Contact your Tnemec represent-
ative or Tnemec Technical Services for
information. Reference Technical Bulletin
Primer: Series 91-H 2O, 94-H 2O Hydro-Zinc or Series 90-97 10-78, ASTM D6386.
Tneme-Zinc, DFT 2.5 to 3.5 mils [1]
13 Surface preparation recommendations will
Finish Coat: Series N69 Hi-Build Epoxoline II, DFT 4.0 to 6.0 mils [1]
vary depending on substrate and exposure
[4] [9] conditions. Contact your Tnemec represent-
ative or Tnemec Technical Services. Reference
Total DFT: 6.5 to 9.0 mils with zinc primers Technical Bulletin 98-15.

14 The appropriate Tnemec system may vary


System Type: Epoxy/Epoxy depending on type of chemical, concentration
Surface Preparation: SSPC-SP6/NACE 3 and exposure temperatures. Refer to Tnemec
Chemical Resistance Guide or consult
Primer: Series N140 Pota-Pox Plus, DFT 3.0 to 5.0 mils [1] [15] Tnemec for specific recommendations.
Finish Coat: Series N140 Pota-Pox Plus, DFT 4.0 to 8.0 mils [1] [4] [15]
15 Series L140 or V140 may be substituted
when lower VOC or HAPS levels are desired.
Total DFT: 7.0 to 13.0 mils

1
POTABLE WATER STORAGE TANKS: SELECTION GUIDE FOR COATINGS Additional coating systems are available
including those with low VOCs. Contact your
Tnemec representative, refer to the product
EXTERIOR STEEL- POTABLE WATER TANK data sheets or visit www.tnemec.com for
more information.

See back page for brief description of all listed


products. Reference the product data sheet for
EXTERIOR details.

AWWA D102 Paint System: OCS-4 All interior wet systems listed are
System Type: Zinc-Rich Urethane/Polyurethane/Fluoropolymer certified in accordance with ANSI/NSF
Standard 61 for use inside potable
Surface Preparation: SSPC-SP6/NACE 3 water storage tanks. Additional colors
Primer: Series 91-H 2O, 94-H 2O Hydro-Zinc or Series 90-97 are available.
Tneme-Zinc, DFT 2.5 to 3.5 mils [1]
Intermediate Coat: Series 73 or 1075 Endura-Shield, DFT 2.0 to 3.0 mils [1] [7] 1 Faster cure/low temperature alternative
available. Consult the product data sheet for
Finish Coat: Series 700, or 701 HydroFlon, DFT 2.0 to 3.0 mils [1] information.
Total DFT: 6.5 to 9.5 mils
Series N140 Series N140F
Series N69 Add 47-700 Accelerator
Series 73 Add 44-710 Accelerator
AWWA D102 Paint System: OCS-5 Series 1074 & 1075 Add 44-710 Accelerator
Series 90-97 Add 44-710 Accelerator
System Type: Epoxy/Epoxy/Polyurethane Series 91H 2O Add 44-710 Accelerator
& 94-H 2O
Surface Preparation: SSPC-SP6/NACE 3 Series 700 & 701 Add 44-710 Accelerator
Series 1070, 1071 Add 44-710 Accelerator
Primer: Series N69 Hi-Build Epoxoline II, DFT 2.0 to 3.0 & 1072
mils field primed, DFT 3.0 to 5.0 mils shop primed [1] [9]
2 Scarify the prime coat by brush-off blasting
Intermediate Coat: Series N69 Hi-Build Epoxoline II, DFT 2.0 to 3.0 mils [1] [9] before topcoating if the primer has been ex-
Finish Coat: Series 1074 Endura-Shield, DFT 2.0 to 3.0 mils [1] [5] posed to sunlight for 60 days or longer.
Total DFT: 6.0 to 11.0 mils 3 System recommendations will vary depend-
ing on the generic type and condition of the
existing system. Overcoat of aged coatings re-
quires testing before application. Consult
AWWA D102 Paint System: OCS-6 Tnemec for an overcoat risk assessment and
specific recommendations. Request Technical
System Type: Zinc-Rich Urethane/Epoxy/Polyurethane Bulletin 98-10 or reference SSPC-TU3.
Surface Preparation: SSPC-SP6/NACE 3 4 Brush or roller application may require add-
itional coat(s) to achieve recommended film
Primer: Series 91-H 2O, 94-H 2O Hydro-Zinc or Series 90-97 thickness and/or complete hiding.
Tneme-Zinc, DFT 2.5 to 3.5 mils [1]
5 For additional protection and extension of
Intermediate Coat: Series N69 Hi-Build Epoxoline II, DFT 2.0 to 3.0 mils [1]
long-term weathering qualities, specify Series
[7] [9] 1074U (gloss) or 1075U (semi-gloss).
Finish Coat: Series 1074 Endura-Shield, DFT 2.0 to 3.0 mils [1] [5]
6 Actual film thickness and/or spreading rate
Total DFT: 6.5 to 9.5 mils will depend on the porosity of the substrate.

7 To achieve complete finish coat coverage,


the primer or intermediate coat color should
System Type: Acrylic/Acrylic/Acrylic (Dry-Fall Spray Application) be noticeably different than the finish coat
color. A color slightly lighter than the finish
Surface Preparation: SSPC-SP6/NACE 3 coat is recommended.

Primer: Series 115 Uni-Bond or 30 Spra-Saf EN, DFT 2.0 to 4.0 mils 8 Voids and surface imperfections should be
filled with Series 215 Surfacing Epoxy or Series
Intermediate Coat: Series 30 Spra-Saf EN, DFT 2.0 to 4.0 mils or 1028, 218 MortarClad prior to application of the
1029 Enduratone, DFT 2.0 to 3.0 mils prime coat.
Finish Coat: Series 30 Spra-Saf EN, DFT 2.0 to 4.0 mils or 1028, 9 Series L69 or V69 may be substituted when
1029 Enduratone [7], DFT 2.0 to 3.0 mils lower VOC or HAPS levels are needed.
Total DFT: 6.0 to 11.0 or 6.0 to 12.0 mils 10 For superior water repellency in addition to
color, use Series 636 or 664 prior to applying
Series 607 or 617.
System Type: Zinc-Rich Urethane/Epoxy/Polyurethane 11 Reference SSPC-SP13/NACE 6 and ICRI
Surface Preparation: SSPC-SP6/NACE 3 Guideline No. 03732.

12 Galvanized Steel and Nonferrous Metal:


Primer: Series 91-H 2O, 94-H 2O Hydro-Zinc or Series 90-97 Surface preparation recommendations will
Tneme- Zinc, DFT 2.5 to 3.5 [1] vary depending on substrate and exposure
conditions. Contact your Tnemec represent-
Intermediate Coat: Series 27WB, DFT 3.0 to 6.0 mils [7] ative or Tnemec Technical Services for
Finish Coat: Series 1074 Endura-Shield, DFT 2.5 to 5.0 mils [1] [5] information. Reference Technical Bulletin
10-78, ASTM D6386.
Total DFT: 12.0 to 14.5 mils
13 Surface preparation recommendations will
vary depending on substrate and exposure
conditions. Contact your Tnemec represent-
ative or Tnemec Technical Services. Reference
Technical Bulletin 98-15.

14 The appropriate Tnemec system may vary


depending on type of chemical, concentration
and exposure temperatures. Refer to Tnemec
Chemical Resistance Guide or consult
Tnemec for specific recommendations.

15 Series L140 or V140 may be substituted


when lower VOC or HAPS levels are desired.

2
POTABLE WATER STORAGE TANKS: SELECTION GUIDE FOR COATINGS Additional coating systems are available
including those with low VOCs. Contact your
Tnemec representative, refer to the product
EXTERIOR OVERCOAT SYSTEM data sheets or visit www.tnemec.com for
more information.

See back page for brief description of all listed


products. Reference the product data sheet for
System Type: Acrylic/Acrylic (Dry-Fall Spray Application) details.
Surface Preparation: Contact Tnemec for recommendation. [3]
All interior wet systems listed are
Primer: Series 115 Uni-Bond DF or 30 Spra-Saf EN, DFT 2.0 to 4.0 certified in accordance with ANSI/NSF
mils Standard 61 for use inside potable
Finish Coat: Series 30 Spra-Saf EN, DFT 2.0 to 4.0 mils water storage tanks. Additional colors
are available.
Total DFT: 4.0 to 8.0 mils

1 Faster cure/low temperature alternative


System Type: Acrylic/Acrylic (Dry-Fall Spray Application) available. Consult the product data sheet for
Surface Preparation: Contact Tnemec for recommendation. [3] information.

Series N140 Series N140F


Primer: Series 115 Uni-Bond DF, DFT 2.0 to 4.0 mils or Series Series N69 Add 47-700 Accelerator
118 Uni-Bond Mastic, DFT 6.0 to 8.0 mils Series 73 Add 44-710 Accelerator
Series 1074 & 1075 Add 44-710 Accelerator
Finish Coat: Series 1028 Enduratone, DFT 2.0 to 3.0 mils Series 90-97 Add 44-710 Accelerator
Total DFT: 4.0 to 7.0 mils Series 91H 2O Add 44-710 Accelerator
& 94-H 2O
Series 700 & 701 Add 44-710 Accelerator
Series 1070, 1071 Add 44-710 Accelerator
System Type: Epoxy/Polyurethane & 1072
Surface Preparation: Contact Tnemec for recommendation. [3]
2 Scarify the prime coat by brush-off blasting
before topcoating if the primer has been ex-
Primer: Series 27 FC Typoxy, DFT 2.0 to 4.0 mils, or Series posed to sunlight for 60 days or longer.
27WB Typoxy or Series 135 Chembuild, DFT 3.0 to 6.0 3 System recommendations will vary depend-
mils ing on the generic type and condition of the
existing system. Overcoat of aged coatings re-
Finish Coat: Series 1074 Endura-Shield [1] [5], DFT 2.0 to 3.0 mils quires testing before application. Consult
Total DFT: 4.0 to 7.0 mils or 5.5 to 11.0 mils Tnemec for an overcoat risk assessment and
specific recommendations. Request Technical
Bulletin 98-10 or reference SSPC-TU3.

4 Brush or roller application may require add-


CONCRETE - POTABLE WATER TANK itional coat(s) to achieve recommended film
thickness and/or complete hiding.

5 For additional protection and extension of


INTERIOR, WET long-term weathering qualities, specify Series
1074U (gloss) or 1075U (semi-gloss).
System Type: Epoxy/Epoxy/Epoxy 6 Actual film thickness and/or spreading rate
Surface Preparation: SSPC-SP13/NACE 6 - ICRI CSP 2-4 [11] will depend on the porosity of the substrate.

Primer: Series N140 Pota-Pox Plus, DFT 3.0 to 5.0 mils [1] [4] [6] [8] 7 To achieve complete finish coat coverage,
the primer or intermediate coat color should
[15]
(150 to 225 sq ft/gal) be noticeably different than the finish coat
Intermediate Coat: Series N140 Pota-Pox Plus, DFT 4.0 to 6.0 mils [1] [4] [15]
color. A color slightly lighter than the finish
coat is recommended.
(150 to 225 sq ft/gal)
8 Voids and surface imperfections should be
Finish Coat: Series N140 Pota-Pox Plus, DFT 4.0 to 6.0 mils [1] [4] [15]
filled with Series 215 Surfacing Epoxy or Series

(150 to 225 sq ft/gal) 218 MortarClad prior to application of the
prime coat.
Total DFT: 11.0 to 17.0 mils
9 Series L69 or V69 may be substituted when
lower VOC or HAPS levels are needed.

System Type: Epoxy/Polyurethane 10 For superior water repellency in addition to


color, use Series 636 or 664 prior to applying
Surface Preparation: SSPC-SP13/NACE 6 - minimum ICRI CSP 5 [11]
Series 607 or 617.
Primer: Series N140 Pota-Pox Plus, DFT 4.0 to 6.0 mils [1] [4] [6] [8] 11 Reference SSPC-SP13/NACE 6 and ICRI
[15]
(150 to 225 sq ft/gal) Guideline No. 03732.
Finish Coat: Series 264 Elasto-Shield, DFT 50.0 mils minimum, or 12 Galvanized Steel and Nonferrous Metal:
Surface preparation recommendations will
Series 406 Elasto-Shield, DFT 20.0 to 30.0 mils vary depending on substrate and exposure
Total DFT: 54.0 to 56.0 mils minimum or 24.0 to 36.0 mils (80 mil conditions. Contact your Tnemec represent-
ative or Tnemec Technical Services for
max per NSF/ANSI Std. 61 certification) information. Reference Technical Bulletin
10-78, ASTM D6386.

System Type: Epoxy/Epoxy 13 Surface preparation recommendations will


vary depending on substrate and exposure
Surface Preparation: SSPC-SP13/NACE 6 - ICRI CSP 2-4 [11]
conditions. Contact your Tnemec represent-
ative or Tnemec Technical Services. Reference
Primer: Series N140 Pota-Pox Plus, DFT 6.0 to 8.0 mils [1] [4] [6] [8] [15] Technical Bulletin 98-15.

(150 to 225 sq ft/gal) 14 The appropriate Tnemec system may vary
Finish Coat: Series 22 Epoxoline or FC22 Epoxoline, DFT 20.0 to depending on type of chemical, concentration
and exposure temperatures. Refer to Tnemec
30.0 mils [1] [4] [15] (150 to 225 sq ft/gal) Chemical Resistance Guide or consult
Total DFT: 26.0 to 34.0 mils Tnemec for specific recommendations.

15 Series L140 or V140 may be substituted


when lower VOC or HAPS levels are desired.

3
POTABLE WATER STORAGE TANKS: SELECTION GUIDE FOR COATINGS Additional coating systems are available
including those with low VOCs. Contact your
Tnemec representative, refer to the product
CONCRETE - POTABLE WATER TANK (CONTINUED) data sheets or visit www.tnemec.com for
more information.

See back page for brief description of all listed


products. Reference the product data sheet for
EXTERIOR details.

System Type: Acrylic/Acrylic All interior wet systems listed are


Surface Preparation: SSPC-SP13/NACE 6 [11] certified in accordance with ANSI/NSF
Standard 61 for use inside potable
Primer: Series 180 W.B. Tneme-Crete, DFT 4.0 to 8.0 mils water storage tanks. Additional colors
Finish Coat: Series 180 or 181 W.B. Tneme-Crete, DFT 4.0 to 8.0 mils are available.
Total DFT: 8.0 to 16.0 mils
1 Faster cure/low temperature alternative
available. Consult the product data sheet for
System Type: Acrylate information.
Surface Preparation: SSPC-SP13/NACE 6 [11]
Series N140 Series N140F
Series N69 Add 47-700 Accelerator
Primer: Series 156 Enviro-Crete, DFT 4.0 to 8.0 mils Series 73 Add 44-710 Accelerator
Finish Coat: Series 156 Enviro-Crete, DFT 4.0 to 8.0 mils or Series Series 1074 & 1075 Add 44-710 Accelerator
Series 90-97 Add 44-710 Accelerator
157 Enviro-Crete, 6.0 to 9.0 mils Series 91H 2O Add 44-710 Accelerator
Total DFT: 8.0 to 16.0 mils or 10.0 to 17.0 mils & 94-H 2O
Series 700 & 701 Add 44-710 Accelerator
Series 1070, 1071 Add 44-710 Accelerator
& 1072
System Type: Silane/Silane/Siloxane Blend
Surface Preparation: Clean and Dry 2 Scarify the prime coat by brush-off blasting
before topcoating if the primer has been ex-
Finish Coat: Series 636 Dur A Pell 20 or Series 662 Prime A Pell posed to sunlight for 60 days or longer.
Plus, DFT 125 to 200 sq ft/gal [6] 3 System recommendations will vary depend-
Total DFT: 125 to 200 sq ft/gal ing on the generic type and condition of the
existing system. Overcoat of aged coatings re-
quires testing before application. Consult
System Type: Acrylic Stain Tnemec for an overcoat risk assessment and
specific recommendations. Request Technical
Surface Preparation: Clean and Dry Bulletin 98-10 or reference SSPC-TU3.

Finish Coat: Series 607 or 617 Conformal Stain [10]


, DFT 100 to 200 4 Brush or roller application may require add-
itional coat(s) to achieve recommended film
sq ft/gal [6] thickness and/or complete hiding.
Total DFT: 1.0 to 2.5 mils 5 For additional protection and extension of
long-term weathering qualities, specify Series
1074U (gloss) or 1075U (semi-gloss).
EXTERIOR, PREVIOUSLY PAINTED 3 6 Actual film thickness and/or spreading rate
will depend on the porosity of the substrate.
System Type: Acrylic
7 To achieve complete finish coat coverage,
Surface Preparation: Contact Tnemec for recommendation. [3]
the primer or intermediate coat color should
be noticeably different than the finish coat
Primer: Series 180 or 181 W.B. Tneme-Crete, DFT 4.0 to 8.0 mils color. A color slightly lighter than the finish
Finish Coat: Series 180 or 181 W.B. Tneme-Crete, DFT 4.0 to 8.0 mils coat is recommended.

Total DFT: 8.0 to 16.0 mils 8 Voids and surface imperfections should be
filled with Series 215 Surfacing Epoxy or Series
218 MortarClad prior to application of the
prime coat.
System Type: Acrylate
Surface Preparation: Contact Tnemec for recommendation. [3] 9 Series L69 or V69 may be substituted when
lower VOC or HAPS levels are needed.
Primer: Series 151-1051 Elasto-Grip FC, DFT 0.6 to 2.5 mils 10 For superior water repellency in addition to
Intermediate Coat: Series 156 or 157 Enviro-Crete, DFT 4.0 to 6.0 mils color, use Series 636 or 664 prior to applying
Series 607 or 617.
Finish Coat: Series 156 or 157 Enviro-Crete, DFT 4.0 to 6.0 mils
Total DFT: 8.6 to 14.5 mils 11 Reference SSPC-SP13/NACE 6 and ICRI
Guideline No. 03732.

12 Galvanized Steel and Nonferrous Metal:


EXTERIOR FOR GRAFFITI PROTECTION Surface preparation recommendations will
vary depending on substrate and exposure
System Type: RTV Silicone conditions. Contact your Tnemec represent-
ative or Tnemec Technical Services for
Surface Preparation: Clean and Dry information. Reference Technical Bulletin
10-78, ASTM D6386.
Primer: Series 626 Dur A Pell GS, DFT 200 to 300 sq ft/gal [6]
13 Surface preparation recommendations will
Finish Coat: Series 626 Dur A Pell GS, DFT 200 to 300 sq ft/gal [6] vary depending on substrate and exposure
Total DFT: Penetrating coating system, no DFT recommended. conditions. Contact your Tnemec represent-
ative or Tnemec Technical Services. Reference
Technical Bulletin 98-15.

14 The appropriate Tnemec system may vary


depending on type of chemical, concentration
and exposure temperatures. Refer to Tnemec
Chemical Resistance Guide or consult
Tnemec for specific recommendations.

15 Series L140 or V140 may be substituted


when lower VOC or HAPS levels are desired.

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POTABLE WATER STORAGE TANKS: SELECTION GUIDE FOR COATINGS
SERIES 22 OR FC22 EPOXOLINE SERIES 94-H2O HYDRO-ZINC SERIES 264 ELASTO-SHIELD
Modified Polyamine Epoxy Aromatic Urethane, Zinc-Rich Modified Polyurethane
An advanced generation, 100% solids, high-build Single-component, moisture-cured, zinc-rich steel Flexible liner providing a seamless monolithic
epoxy for the protection of steel and concrete. It primer for interior and exterior surfaces of potable membrane for use in potable water basins, steel
provides excellent resistance to abrasion and is water storage tanks and other steel surfaces. tank floors and reservoirs.
suitable for immersion service. Certified in accordance with ANSI/NSF Std. 61 for
potable water contact. It cures quickly and offers
rapid recoat at surface temperatures down to 35F SERIES 406 ELASTO-SHIELD
SERIES 27 F.C. OR 27WB TYPOXY (2C). Aromatic Polyurethane Hybrid
Epoxy Polyamide Coating Fast-setting, monolithic coating providing a
A versatile low-temperature coating ideally suited durable polyurethane lining in a single-coat,
for fabrication and OEM application. Also widely SERIES 115 UNI-BOND DF
multi-pass spray application applied with plural
used as a field tie-coat. Provides fast curing and Self-Crosslinking Acrylic component equipment. Provides excellent chemi-
rapid handling capabilities. One-coat, flash-rust and corrosion resistant cal, thermal shock and abrasion resistance.
primer/finish for dry interior overheads. Use on
carbon and galvanized steel, aluminum, wood and
SERIES 30 SPRA-SAF EN concrete decks, beams, joists and HVAC. Will dry- SERIES 607 CONFORMAL STAIN
Hydrophobic Acrylic Polymer fall under certain conditions. Methylmethacrylate Acrylic
A direct-to-metal coating with early flash-rust Penetrating, solvent based masonry stain for hori-
resistance, long term corrosion, and weathering zontal concrete and virtually all vertical, above-
properties. Mildew resistant. Provides good gloss grade masonry substrates. Exhibits excellent color
and color retention. SERIES 118 UNI-BOND MASTIC stability and is designed not to peel or flake when
Mastic Waterborne Acrylic applied to a properly prepared substrate. Specify
A high-build, rust-inhibitive, elastomeric coating Series 617 for water-based masonry stain.
SERIES 44 ACCELERATORS formulated for exceptional adhesion and corro-
sion resistance over minimally prepared aged
Epoxy Accelerator and Urethane Accelerator
coating systems. Excellent choice for projects SERIES 626 DUR A PELL GS
44-700 Epoxy Accelerator and 44-710 Urethane
where abrasive blast cleaning of the substrate RTV Silicon Rubber
Accelerator are special additives used to quicken
is not possible and an anti-corrosive coating is Provides a clear, non-sacrificial, penetrating bar-
the cure rate of several Tnemec coatings plus
needed. Accepts a variety of high-performance rier against graffiti, as well as water repellancy
allow application in cooler temperatures. Series
topcoats for the creation of a long-term protec- on all uncoated masonry substrates. Formulated
N69 Hi-Build Epoxoline II can be accelerated with
tive and aesthetic coating system. to provide superior protection against and easy
44-700. 90-97 Tneme-Zinc and Series 73, 1074 and
removal of, unwanted graffiti. This product is
1075 Endura-Shield can be accelerated with 44-
intended for use in conjunction with Series 680
710.
SERIES N140 POTA-POX PLUS Mark A Way to provide a complete Graffiti Protec-
High Solids Epoxy Coating tion System.

SERIES N69 HI-BUILD EPOXOLINE II Optional high-build properties providing added


Polyamidoamine Epoxy Coating barrier protection particularly on edges, weld SERIES 636 DUR A PELL 20
seams and pits. When used with 44-700 Epoxy Silane/Siloxane Blend
High-solids epoxy with performance characteristics
Accelerator, Series N140 can be applied to A water-based, clear, filmless, penetrating water
similar to Series 66 Hi-Build Epoxoline. Series N69
substrates with temperatures as low as 35F (2C). repellent for virtually all above-grade, vertical and
can be combined with 44-700 Epoxy Accelerator
for rapid cure and cold temperature applications. horizontal masonry substrates. The solution pene-
trates the substrate and chemically reacts to cre-
SERIES 151-1051 ELASTO-GRIP FC ate a powerful barrier against water penetration.
SERIES 73, 1074 & 1075 ENDURA-SHIELD Waterborne Modified Polyamine Epoxy This barrier is resistant to ultraviolet and weather
Penetrating, flexible and low odor primer for seal- deterioration.
High-Build Acrylic Polyurethane Coatings
ing cementitious and other porous substrates.
Long-lasting, durable exterior finishes available in
Also excellent as a tie-coat over sound existing
a virtually unlimited color range. High-build char-
coatings.
SERIES 662 PRIME-A-PELL PLUS
acteristics allow for single-coat coverage of 5.0 Modified Siloxane/Silane with Diffused
dry mils when spray-applied. Also used as convent- Quartz Carbide
ional roller/brush/spray-applied coatings at 2.0 to
3.0 mils dry. Specify 1074U and 1075U for addition-
SERIES 156 & 157 ENVIRO-CRETE Clear, filmless, penetrating repellent for virtually
all above grade vertical and horizontal masonry
al protection from UV light. Waterborne Acrylate Elastomeric Coatings
substrates. The solution penetrates the substrate
Water-based coatings provide excellent protection
and chemically reacts to create a powerful barrier
against driving rain, UV light and alternate freeze-
against water penetration. This barrier is resistant
SERIES 90-97 TNEME-ZINC thaw cycles. Inherent flexibility allows these coat-
to ultraviolet and weather deterioration. Resists
ings to expand and contract with minor substrate
Zinc-Rich Urethane Primer water and chloride ion intrusion, stain damage,
movement. Self-priming and available in smooth,
Organic zinc-rich primer that affords galvanic and freeze/thaw spalling, efflorecence and rust
textured and extra finishes in a variety of colors.
barrier protection. Can be mixed with 44-710 Ure- damage.
thane Accelerator for low-temperature and rapid-
cure requirements.
SERIES 180 & 181 W.B. TNEME-CRETE SERIES 700, V700, 701 & V701
Acrylic Emulsion Coatings HYDROFLON
SERIES 91-H2O HYDRO-ZINC High-build, water-based coatings provide long- Fluoropolymer
term protection against weather, driving rain and
Moisture-Cured Zinc-Rich Primer An exterior finish coat especially designed for
alternate freeze-thawing. Available in smooth or tanks and structural steel. HydroFlon has outstand-
Two-component, steel primer for interior and
textured finishes and a variety of colors. ing resistance to ultraviolet light degradation pro-
exterior surfaces of potable water storage tanks
viding unprecedented long-term gloss and color
and reservoirs. Certified in accordance with ANSI/
retention with excellent resistance to abrasion
NSF Std. 61 for potable water contact. May be
and chalking.
topcoated same day with other Tnemec potable
water coatings, when cured at temperatures down
to 35F (2C).

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POTABLE WATER STORAGE TANKS: SELECTION GUIDE FOR COATINGS
SERIES 1028 & 1029 ENDURATONE
HDP Acrylic Polymer
Water-based, low VOC, high dispersion pure acrylic
polymer coatings providing excellent long term
protection in both interior and exterior exposures.
May be applied by spray, brush or roller over a
variety of solvent and waterborne steel primers.
Mildew resistant and exhibits very good gloss and
color stability.