Epoxy Siloxane Made for Gloss, Protection


A new finish coat from Induron Protective Coatings (Birmingham, Alabama) is made to exhibit both corrosion protection and color and gloss retention without concerns about volatile organic compounds or isocyanates.

Indurlux 9400 is a high-solids, two-component epoxy siloxane made for interior or exterior surface applications, Induron says. The low-VOC formula is free of hazardous air pollutants, according to the company.

Product Recommendations

The new coating is compatible with most epoxies, alkyds and acrylics, the company says, and provides a high-gloss finish with complete color flexibility. Induron recommends the coating for applications including water storage tanks and treatment facilities, fire hydrants, structural steel, amusement parks, railcars and land drilling rigs.

The product is not recommended for immersion service or applications where strong acids, alkalis or solvents are likely to be splashed or spilled.

Indurlux 9400 can be applied via airless spray, conventional spray, brush or roller, and has a pot life of four hours at 70 degrees Fahrenheit. The coating is made to be applied at 2.7 to 5.3 mils wet film thickness, and dries to 2.5 to 5.0 mils dry film thickness.

More information: www.induron.com.


Tagged categories: Asia Pacific; Coating Materials; Corrosion protection; EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa); Epoxy; Induron Coatings; Latin America; North America; Protective Coatings; Siloxane

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