Protective Epoxy Systems for Tank Applications
TankGuard Protective epoxy systems from ARCOR offer the ultimate in performance for a wide range of tank applications:
- Safety Issues, Chemical Storage, Petroleum, Water Treatment, and Potable Water and Secondary Containment repair and protection
- Process Blending, Separating, Heating or Cooling
- Stationary Tank Farms, Mobile Tankers Trucks, and Tanker Barges
- Liquids and Solids All equipment associated with transporting in or out!
Providing resistant coating for:
Crude Oil, Fuel Oil, Gasoline, Acids, Caustics, Alcohols, Solvents, Nuetralization, Wastewater, Demin Water, Portable Water, Carbon Filter, FGD Recycle.
TankGuard Systems from ARCOR:
Sprayable 100% Solids Novolac Epoxies, High Build to 100 Mils/Coat, Flex Resistant, Abrasion Resistant, Carbon Steel, Stainless, Concrete, Aluminum, Cure For Service in 12 Hrs.
ARCOR Products Used for TankGuard
Stationary Storage Tanks Holding Corrosive Chemicals
- ARCOR® EE-10 – A suitable as a primer as well as a thin film topcoat in acidic environments.
- ARCOR® EE-11 – A filled resin system to provide both high abrasion and chemical resistance, plus excellent flexibility.
- ARCOR® EE-121 – Our highest chemical resistant resin system for the extreme acid, caustic service and solvents.
Blending Tanks – Chemicals processing with possible entrained solids (abrasions mechanisms)
- ARCOR® S-20 – Most versatile and best all-around epoxy coating with excellent chemical and abrasion resistance.
Transport Vessels – Tanker Trucks, Offshore Workboats,Tank Barges, ect….
- ARCOR® S-15 – Economic solution for less aggressive environments
- ARCOR® S-20 – See above
- ARCOR® EE-121 – See above
- ARCOR® S-16 – Meets the NSF Std. 61 for Potable Water linings. Also complies with USDA and FDA standards for food contact. Performs in all water environments, mild acids & caustics.
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