Tnemec Company Inc. -Series 971 Aerolon Acrylic - Fluid-Applied Acrylic Insulation Coating

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Fluid-applied acrylic insulation coating

Common Usage

An innovative, fluid-applied, thermal insulating coating utilizing aerogel particles that imparts exceptional insulative properties to a variety of substrates.


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Tnemec Company Inc.
6800 Corporate Drive
Kansas City, MO 64120
Tel: (816) 326-4264

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Series 971 Aerolon Acrylic - Fluid-Applied Acrylic Insulation Coating

Generic Type

Fluid-applied acrylic insulation coating

Common Usage

An innovative, fluid-applied, thermal insulating coating utilizing aerogel particles that imparts exceptional insulative properties to a variety of substrates. Ideal for insulating pipes, valves, tanks, structural steel, or other substrates where thermal improvement or personnel protection is desired. Part of a durable, corrosion-resistant coating system that bonds to the substrate, greatly reducing the issues associated with corrosion under insulation (CUI) and mitigating thermal bridging by controlling condensation.

Volatile Organic Compounds

0.016 lb/gallon (1.9 grams/litre) †

Theoretical Coverage

1,219 mil sq ft/gal (30.0 m²/L at 25 microns). See APPLICATION for coverage rates. †

Topcoats

Series 22, 27WB, 72T, 115, 1028T, 1224. Other topcoats may be available, contact your Tnemec representative for more information. Note: A cure time of 24 hours at 75°F (24°C) is required before topcoating Series 971. Extended cure time may be required at lower temperatures.

Primers

Steel: Series 90E-92, 90-97, 90G-1K97, 90-98, 91-H_2_O, 94-H_2_O, 115, 394, 1224. Note: The use of zinc-rich primers is not generally recommended when in-service temperatures exceed 120°F (49°C). Reference NACE SP0198 for more information.
Galvanized Steel and Non-Ferrous Metal: Series 115, 1224
Concrete: Series 1224
CMU: Series 1224
Note: Refer to appropriate primer data sheet for maximum temperature resistance.

Recommended DFT

30.0 to 50.0 mils (762 to 1270 microns) per coat. Note: For use as a thermal break, recommended total dry film thickness is 80 to 100 mils (2032 to 2540 microns). Thickness may vary by project. Note: Multiple coats may be required, please contact your Tnemec Representative for film thickness recommendations.

Curing Time

Temperature - To Touch - To Handle - To Recoat† - To Topcoat

95°F (35°C) - 45 minutes - 8 hours - 9 hours - 12 hours

75°F (24°C) - 2 hours - 16 hours - 18 hours - 24 hours

45°F (7°C) - 4 hours - 24 hours - 28 hours - 36 hours

†Recoat times listed are with itself. Curing time varies with surface temperature, air movement, humidity and film thickness.

Volume Solids

76 ± 2.0% (mixed) †

Finish

Matte

HAPS

0 lb/gal solids

Number of Components

One


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