3M SCOTCHKOTE 323

3M™ Scotchkote™ 323 Liquid Epoxy Coating is a two-part coating system that can be used as a patch material, girthweld coating, and as a pipeline rehabilitation coating.

323 Liquid Epoxy is used in a wide variety of other field applications where the corrosion protection and coating of metal is required.  Comes in a SPRAY grade or a BRUSH grade.

Scotchkote 323 Liquid Epoxy Coating is certified to ANSI/NSF Standard 61 for drinking water system components.

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Description

REPAIR KIT (P/N: EPOXY3233MCARTSG)

3M Scotchkote 323 – repair kit– Liquid Epoxy Coating 323 is a two part system designed to protect steel pipe and other metal surfaces from the harsh affects of pipe corrosion. 1 case holds 6 – 450 ml kits. 1 Case = 8″ x 7″ x 11″ H @ 10 lbs.

BRUSH GRADE (P/N: EPOXY3233MKIT)

3M Scotchkote Liquid Epoxy Coating 323 is a two-part system designed to protect steel pipe and other metal surfaces from the harsh affects of corrosion. 3M Scotchkote 323, Brush Grade, is available in a 2 lb. kit.   1 case = 9″ x 5″ x 6″ H @ 2.10 lbs.

Bulk Spray grade available in 5-US Gallon pail & 55-US gallon drum kits

Product Description

3M® Scotchkote® Liquid Epoxy Coating 323 is a two-part
system designed to help protect steel pipe and other metal surfaces from the harsh affects of corrosion.

 

Intended Uses
  • As a patch material
  • As a girthweld coating
  • As an internal lining
  • As a stand alone coating for pipe rehabilitation
Product Features
  • No solvents needed. VOC as mixed 12 g/L.
  • High build, up to 45 mils/1150 microns in one application
  • Applicable by cartridge, brush, roller, HSS or plural component spray
  • Excellent adhesion
  • 100% solids
  • Can be applied to a substrate as cold as 41°F/5°C
  • Meets the requirements of AWWA C210
  • Resistant to damage from acids and bases in pH range 2-14
  • Resistant to hydrocarbons such as crude oil, motor oils and gasoline
  • Certified to ANSI/NSF Standard 61, Drinking Water System Components

General Application Steps

For use as a joint coating, a refurbishing coating or as a pipe coating:

  • 1. Remove oil, grease and loosely adhering deposits.
  • 2. Abrasive blast clean the surface to NACE No. 2/SSPCSP10, ISO 8501:1, Grade SA 2 1/2 near-white metal.
  • 3. Ensure the abraded surface is cleaned of abrading debris with the use of an air blast or a clean lint free cloth then verify anchor profile is 1.5 – 4 mils.
  • 4. Within four hours of blasting as per the above cleaning process and with the metal above 41_F/5_C and a minimum of 5°F/3&°C above the dew point, apply Scotchkote 323 at recommended film thickness. Allow to cure.
  • 5. Repair all defects using Scotchkote 323.

For use as a repair material in the field where scratches or other holidays may have occurred.

  • 1. Remove oil, grease and loosely adhering deposits.
  • 2. Abrade the FBE surface with medium grit sandpaper (approx 80 grit). Powered rotary sanders and sweep blasting are also acceptable means of performing this task as well. Ensure that the surrounding FBE is roughened for 10 mm on all sides of the holiday.
  • 3. Ensure the abraded surface is cleaned of abrading debris with the use of an air blast or a clean lint free cloth then verify anchor profile is 1.5 – 4 mils.
  • 4. With the metal above 41°F/5°C and a minimum of 5°F/3°C above the dew point, apply Scotchkote 323 at recommended film thickness.
Details
  • 100% solids
  • Excellent adhesion
  • High build, up to 45 mils, in one application
  • Can be applied to a substrate as cold as 41°F/5°C
  • Resistant to damage from acids and bases in pH range 2-14
  • Resistant to hydrocarbons such as crude oil, motor oils and gasoline
  • Applicable by cartridge, brush, roller, HSS or plural component spray
  • 2A:1B Volumetric Mix Ratio

Scotchkote 323 is compatible with all 3M Scotchkote Fusion Bonded Epoxy and abrasion resistant overcoat products

 

Specifications
Attribute Name
Value
Coverage Area
133.78 ft2
Flexibility @ 32°F/0°C
1.46°/PD
Flexibility @ 72°F/22°C
1.72°/PD
Recommended Coating Thickness
25 – 60 mils, 25- 60 mils
Shelf Life
24 Month