For Interior of Boiler Paints

A single pack, air drying, anti corrosive coating for hot wet surfaces. Formulated by using high quality inert pigment in special grade organic vehicles

Design Usage

  • Excellent resistance to fresh and salt water
  • Fully cured Boiler paint B covers a range of 93oC (200oF) to 538oC (1000oF)
  • Excellent resistance to corrosion
  • Can be applied directly to metal surface without primer
  • Suitable for interiors of boiler drums, tubes, water walls, evaporators, steam accumulators, clarifiers, steam turbines etc.
  • Relative humidity should not exceed 85% and substrate temperature should be more than 3oC above Dew Point
  • Physical Data
    Recommended Application Data & Theoretical Coverage(m2/ltr.) by airless Gun
    Wet (µm) Dry (µm) m2/ltr.
    100 38 10
    Type Single Pack - Air Dr
    Volume Solids 38 ± 2%
    Flash Point 28 - 32oC
    Finish Matt
    Color 100
    Packing 4 Liters
    Ratio Not Applicable
  • Application Method
    Brush / Roller This is the recommended method of application. Minimum two coats must be applied for consistent performance. Do not apply a thick uneven coating
  • Drying / Curing Time
    Surface
    Temperature
    Touch Dry
    (Hrs.)
    Minimum
    (Hrs.)
    Pot Life (Hrs.)
    15C 6 24 Not Applicable
    25C 5 20 Not Applicable
    30C 4 16 Not Applicable

  • Additional Information
    Thinner (Brush) Ind. Air Drying Nelson Thinner
    Cleaner Ind. Air Drying Nelson Thinner
    Storage Instruction Store in a cool shaded dry area
    Shelf Life As long as the container is kept firmly sealed & stored under normal conditions, the material can be
  • Surface Preparation

    The life-span and performance of this coating is directly related to the degree of surface preparation
    Remove oil, grease contaminants by use of solvent cleaning followed by SSPC SP-01
    The surface must be clean and dry prior to coating
    Surface should be free from loose mill scale

  • Product Use Restriction

    It is essential for coating performance that the tank or boiler filled with water, raised to 100C for 5 hours. This effectively bakes the Boiler Paint B to the substrate resulting in an