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1. Epoxy coatings are used because of their outstanding chemical resistance, durability, low porosity and strong bond strength. Better protective coatings are available but not as common, field applied, brush-on, roll-on, or trowel-on coatings.

2. Epoxies consist of a ‘base' and a ‘curing' agent. The two components are mixed in a certain ratio. A chemical reaction occurs between the two parts generating heat (exotherm) and hardening the mixture into an inert, hard ‘plastic'.

3. Epoxies yellow, chalk (or more commonly least lose their gloss), in direct sunlight (UV). The yellowing can be a real problem. For pigmented epoxies select colors that are dark or contain a lot of yellow (such as green). Even clear epoxies will yellow and cloud up. Often epoxies are top coated with latex or urethanes that will retain their color and attractive gloss. This is particularly true if color coding or matching company colors is important.

4. After the two epoxy parts are combined there is a working time (pot life) during which the epoxy can be applied or used. Generally the pot life will be anywhere from minutes to one hour or longer. At the end of the pot life the mixture becomes very warm (or even dangerously hot) and quickly begins to harden.

5. Epoxies will harden in minutes or hours, but complete cure (hardening) will generally take several days. Most epoxies will be suitably hard within a day or so, but may require more time to harden before the coating can be sanded.

6. In theory, a temperature change of 18 degrees F. will double or half the pot life and cure time of an epoxy. Higher temperatures will lower the viscosity (thin) the epoxy, but also reduce the working time a person has to apply the epoxy. Spreading out the mixed epoxy instead of keeping it concentrated in a bucket or container will extend the pot life.

7. Generally epoxies become too thick and cure too slowly to be applied at temperatures below 50 or 60 degrees F. Temperatures in the 60s, 70s, or low 80s, are best. After the epoxy has cured, it can handle temperatures well below zero degrees F.

8. Epoxies will begin to soften at about 140 degrees F, but will reharden when the temperature is reduced. For common epoxies this temperature is approximate upper end of working temperature range of epoxies. Special high temperature epoxies do exist, however.

9. By their nature, epoxies are hard and brittle. Additives can be added to epoxies that make them less brittle, but generally at the loss or reduction of other positive epoxy properties such as chemical resistance.

10. There are special epoxy formulations that have increased chemical resistance, increased temperature resistance, the ability to be applied
underwater, (also click here) and enhance resistance to yellowing and UV damage.

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"Protecting surfaces under the

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LEARN ABOUT WHAT MAKES EPOXY PAINTS DIFFERENT FROM EACH OTHER

epoxypaint101.html - there are differences in quality, solvent level, etc. Learn to spot the different flavors of epoxy paints.



ELECTRICAL CHARGES INFLUENCE ON EPOXY UNDERWATER BONDING

charge4u.html - known or unknown charges (cathodic systems) in a conductive salt water environment can create and electrical sell that will prevent underwater epoxies from bonding underwater



BEGINNER'S GUIDE TO EPOXY BASICS

25points4u.html - everyone's guide to epoxy resin / paint / coatings basics



UNDERSTANDING AND HOW TO APPLY UNDERWATER EPOXIES

uwhistory.html - yes you can apply some epoxies underwater!

underwater epoxy paint

 

LEARN ABOUT:
Cycloaliphatic epoxies
Epoxy adducts
Nonyl phenol additives

 



THIXOTROPHIC MATERIALS - BEYOND THICK AND HOW TO APPLY UNDERWATER EPOXIES

thix.html - add body, thickness and stiffness to epoxies.



WHEN YOUR EPOXY GETS HARD IN ITS CONTAINER

crystal.html - like honey, epoxy resin and crystallize and harden in its container. What should you do?



EPOXIES AND HAZMAT AND NON-HAZMAT SHIPPING

hazmat.html - learn about shipping issues related to epoxies

 

EPOXY PAINTS - URETHANE AND POLYURETHANE COATINGS EXPLAINED

epoxypaint_urethane_polyurethane_primer.html  - different kinds of paints explained


WHY EPOXIES FAIL

fail4u.html - issues that affect epoxy bonding

 

EPOXY PAINT ROLLERS

roller.html - selecting the right roller to use with your epoxy

 


POTABLE WATER COATS CERTIFICATION EXPLAINED

potablewater.html - need to coat a drinking water tank? Things you need to know

 


COAL TAR EPOXIES - NOT WELL UNDERSTOOD

coaltar.html - coal tar epoxy is well known but poorly understood. The good, the bad and the ugly about coal tar epoxy

 


BUBBLES AND PINHOLES IN YOUR EPOXY - WHY AND WHAT TO DO

pinhole4u.html - out gassing from your subsurface can result in bubbles and pinholes in your epoxy topcoat

outgassing

 


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NONYL PHENOL IN YOUR EPOXY

nonyl4u.html - nonyl phenol is a common chemical in most epoxies. Know what you're getting!

 

WHEN YOUR EPOXY GETS HARD IN ITS CONTAINER

crystal.html - like honey, epoxy resin and crystallize and harden in its container. What should you do?

 


WHY YOU CANNOT PAINT YOUR BENCH WITH THIS PAINT IF YOU LIVE IN CALIFORNIA

 voc.html - understanding the different VOC - air quality - solvent regulations

 


SHIPPING  EPOXY OUTSIDE THE LOWER 48 STATES

shipping4u.html - many of the epoxies can only be shipped by ground to the lower 48 states

 


EPOXIES DON'T LIKE UV RAYS - WHAT YOU CAN DO TO PROTECT YOUR EPOXY

uv.html - UV protection for epoxy surfaces

 


LUMPY CLEAR EPOXY SURFACE - FISHEYES AND CRATERS

fisheye.html - craters and fisheyes (alligatoring) in your epoxy surface

 


CYCLOALIPHATIC BASED EPOXIES

cyclo.html - all epoxies are not created the same

epoxy repair


ZINC PRIMERS - A PRIMER ON ZINC

zinc.html - learn about zinc primers and alternatives

 

EVALUATING YOUR EPOXY VENDOR

eval4u.html - what is your epoxy vendor not telling you?

 


PRIMERS - EPOXY PRIMERS, OIL BASED PRIMERS, WATER BASED PRIMERS

primer.html - learn about zinc primers and alternatives

 


SOLVENTS USED IN SOME PENETRATING EPOXIES

solvents.html - sneaky stuff going on....


HOT AND COLD WEATHER EPOXIES AND COATINGS

weather.html - epoxies are very much affected by temperature. Your hot and cold weather options

 


CHEMISTRY OF EPOXIES

chemistry.html - how epoxies work - the chemistry behind the epoxy reaction

 


KEVLAR (TM) REINFORCED EPOXIES

kevlar4u.html - adding kevlar to epoxies can give them super powers!

 


NOVOLAC BASED EPOXIES

novolac.html - special class of epoxies with enhanced properties

 

RUST/CORROSION

rust.html - coatings used to prevent or slow rusting and corrosion

 


MICACEOUS IRON OXIDE (MIO)

mio.html - mio is an anti corrosive pigment that can be added to epoxies

 

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Section Four EPOXY PAINTS (barrier coats)

Section Five URETHANES AND NON-EPOXY COATINGS

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