Archco Rigidon Product Guide
|Flake Filled Coatings|
Linings & Coatings, reinforced with inert flakes, which are specifically recommended for use in sea water applications & water treatment industries for both internal & external protection.
|Spray or brush||1 mm||Coating or lining||Steel||60°C (140°F)||90°C (2000°F)|
|Glass Flake Linings|
Medium duty linings which are reinforced with glass flakes. These systems are suitable in immersion conditions for dutieswhich include severe chemical environments.
|Spray or brush||1 mm||Lining||Steel||60°C (140°F)||90°C (2000°F)|
Heavy duty linings which are reinforced with glass flakes.These linings offer the ultimate in chemical resistance withinthe glass flake range of materials & can operate at temperatures up to 100°C under immersion conditions.These linings may also be used where abrasion & erosion resistance is more crucial.
|Spray or trowel||2 mm||Lining||Steel||100°C (212°F)||170°C (338°F)|
|Filled Reinforced Linings|
Linings which are formulated from resin & glass fibrereinforcement together with a filled base coat. These linings are specifically recommended when alining with a resin rich top coat is required for maximum chemical resistance.
|Trowel & hand lay-up||3mm - 4mm||Lining||Steel or Concrete||75°C (170°F)
| 75°C (170°F)
A silica filled, glass cloth reinforced series of linings designed for heavy duty concrete & flooring protection, but can also be used on steel.
|Trowel||3mm - 4mm||Lining||Concrete Flooring||75°C (170°F)||150°C (300°F)|
A specially developed lining for the offshore industry
|Spray||400 microns||Lining||Steel||150°C (300°F)||150°C (300°F)|
A lining which has been specifically developed for use in swimming pool & industrial filters. Resistant to chlorine, ozone & back flushing.
|Spray or brush||1 mm||Lining||Steel||70°C (160°F)||70°C (160°F)|
A lining developed for use in road & rail tankers carrying aggressive chemical products or acid waste. A specially developed top coat gives resistance to Hydrofluoric acid.
|Spray or trowel||2 mm||Lining||Steel||100°C (212°F)||100°C (212°F)|