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Loctite PC 7219 -1 kg (epoxy resin with coarse ceramic filler)

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Product description:
Loctite 7219 Nordbak High Impact Wearing Compound is a rubber modified ceramic filled two-component epoxy paste that offers wear resistance properties together with impact resistance. Temperature range –30° to +120°C. High Impact Wearing Compound is recommended for lining and protecting flumes, troughs, elbows, hoppers, discharge chutes, and other processing equipment that is exposed to both abrasion and impact

Advantages:
· Impact resistant
· Ceramic -filled for outstanding resistance to abrasion
· Renews worn surfaces fast – reduces downtime
· Extends wear life-resists sliding abrasive wear and eliminates costly wear part inventory· Non sag - provides abrasion resistance on over-head and vertical surfaces

TYPICAL APPLICATIONS:
· Dredge pump liners
· Flumes and troughs
· Pump impellers
· Vibrating feeders
· Material transfer chutes / hoppers

Further information on the product can be obtained from the local technical department: biuro@woronko-loctite.pl

Steps to achieve the best adhesive results:
Surface Preparation
Proper surface preparation is critical to the long-term performance of this product. The exact requirements vary with the severity of the application, expected service life, and initial substrate conditions.
· Thoroughly clean and abrade surfaces (grit blast if possible), finally clean with LOCTITE SF 7063. The more thorough the degree of surface preparation the better the performance of the application.· On vertical or overhead areas, tack welding expanded metal mesh onto the metal substrate is recommended prior to application of 7219 High Impact Wearing Compound.

Mixing

· Measure 2 parts resin to 1 part hardener by volume or weight, transfer entire kit onto a clean and dry mixing surface and mix together until uniform in colour.
· If resin and hardener temperatures are 15°C or below, preheat resin only to about 30°C but not to exceed 40°C.

Application
· Apply fully mixed material to the prepared surface.
· Initially apply as a thin film to “wet” out the surface.
· Build up to desired thickness (minimum 6mm), avoid air entrapment· At 25°C the working time is 30 minutes and functional cure time is 7 hours.· Caution! Use an approved, positive-pressure, suppliedair respirator when welding or torch cutting near cured compound. DO NOT use open flame on compound.

Storage:
Product shall be ideally stored in a cool, dry location in unopened containers at a temperature between 8°C to 28°C unless otherwise labelled. Optimal storage is at the lower half of this temperature range. To prevent contamination of unused product, do not return any material to its original container. For further specific shelf life information, contact Loctite UK Technical Service.

Parameters:
  • Open time, min : 30
  • Fixture time, hours : 6

    TYPICAL PROPERTIES OF CURED MATERIAL :
  • Compressive strength, ASTM D695 ,N/mm² : 82,7
  • Hardness, ASTM D-2240, Shore D : 85


    Full technical information can be found in the technical data sheet.
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