ONLY ULTRAGUARD HAS DOCUMENTED, CERTIFIED REPORTS ON PRODUCT PERFORMANCE
RECOMMENDATIONS FOR COATING EPOXY LININGS OVER CONCRETE FOR EMERSION SURFACES- EVALUATION AND REPAIRS OF CRACKS IN CONCRETE AND COATING OF CAR WASH TUNNELS AND OTHER INDUSTRIAL ENVIRONMENTS USING ULTRAGUARD ARCHITECTURAL COATINGS
SECTION I GENERAL INTRODUCTION AND SCOPE
1.1 High performance epoxy coating products have been used for many years to protect concrete containment surfaces against corrosions, chemical attack and leakage. Our product has been recognized by corrosion and maintenance engineers for superior chemical and physical resistance in a wide range of concrete containment environments. UltraGuards specially formulated epoxy coating systems may be easily applied to all types of cementitious substrates for emersion surfaces.
1.2 The recommendations contained herein present general procedures, safety practices, surface preparation procedures, equipment requirements, and application guidelines for the installation of UltraGuard Architectural Coatings as a protective coating.
SECTION II REFERENCE PUBLICATIONS
2.1 The editions of the following standards, codes and specifications that are in effect at the time of publication of this technical information bulletin are cited herein. The applicator should be familiar with and comply with the procedures established in the following publications and using the UltraGuard instruction book for the actual installation.
American Concrete Institute, P.O. Box 19150, Redford Station, Detroit MI 48219
ACI Committee 503, “Uses of Epoxy Compounds with Concrete”
ACI 224.1 R-90, “Causes, Evaluation and Repairs of Cracks in Concrete Structures”
National Association of Corrosive Engineers, P.O. Box 218340, Houston, TX 77218
NACE Standard Recommended Practice, “Linings Over Concrete for Immersion Service”, being prepared by Task Group T-6A-59 on Coatings/Linings for Application over Concrete Surfaces.
NACE Standard RP 05-91, “Coating for Concrete Surfaces in Non-Immersion and Atmospheric Services”
NACE Standard 6G91, “Surface Preparation of Contaminated Concrete for Corrosion Control”
American Society for Testing and Materials, 1916 Race Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103
IT HAS BEEN PROVEN THAT ULTRAGUARD IS A SUPERIOR PRODUCT
Our family of industrial products that have been tested for the past 35 years are used on warehouse floors and loading docks where they easily withstand extremely harsh exposure to 5-ton fork lifts, acid concentrates, and other industrial conditions. These environments have proven that UltraGuard is indeed the toughest most durable coating in any industry today.
Aluminum Fluoride, 5%
Crude Oil, Sweet or Sour
Hydrochloric Acid, 20%
Ethylene Glycol, 50%
Lactic Acid, 10%
Ferric Chloride, 50%
Citric Acid, 50%
Folic Acid, 50%
Sodium Chromate, 50%
Sodium Hydroxide, 50%
Nitric Acid, 10%
Sulfuric Acid, 98%
Water, Potable (230 NSF)
Phosphoric Acid, 43%