NORPHEN POOL

Epoxy coating for swimming pools

Description

NORPHEN POOL is a two component product consisting of:

  • component A: a mixture of liquid epoxy prepolymers and special fillers;
  • component B: copolymerization amine.

Once fully cured the material exhibits good chemical and corrosion resistance while maintaining a reasonable flexibility. NORPHEN POOL forms a long lasting waterproof film of pleasant aesthetic appearance and available in many different colours. It does not require periodic maintenance and can be aestheticized by broadcasting with coloured FLAKES.

Usage field

NORPHEN POOL is used for the realization of tanks, reservoirs and especially swimming pools waterproof coating. The product should be protected with special anti-UV finish to prevent premature dulling.

Packaging

3, 12 and 20 kg (A+B)

NORPHEN POOL

Epoxy coating for swimming pools

Average Consumption

To achieve a coating with a thickness of approx. 1 mm, 1.4 kg/m2 of product (A+B) must be applied.

NORPHEN POOL

Epoxy coating for swimming pools

Features

Bulk Density, UNI 8310

g/cm³

1.35 ± 0.05

Pot-Life, UNI EN ISO 9514

min

35 ± 5

Superficial drying time UNI 8904

hours

6 ± 1

Curing minimum time

days

> 7

Application Temperature

°C

da +8 a +35

Resistance to HCl, 10% for 28 days, UNI 8298

°C

25

30% NaOH resistance for 28 days, UNI 8298

°C

30

UV resistance and condensate, ASTM D 4329

hours

2000

Ratio A : B

4.8 : 1.0

Note: test methods are in accordance with the standard referred to in the table. 

NORPHEN POOL

Epoxy coating for swimming pools

Warning and informations
  • In cold weather, viscosity increases, making the application with a roller difficult: take the product packs in a warm place before proceeding.
  • Mix the two components A and B in the exact proportions as indicated on the label; if you want to use only part of the pack, weigh out the two components accordingly..
  • Clean equipment thoroughly with acetone.
  • Read the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS).
Preservation

24 months in original packaging, in a dry area out of direct sunlight, at temperatures between +5°C to +30°C. Frost sensitive