UsageSika® Permacor®-2330 is used as mechanical resistant topcoat for atmospherically exposed steel surfaces - also for condensation - particularly for machinery, paper mills, engines, rollercoasters and commercial vehicles. In combination with 2-pack primers and intermediate coats of the SikaCor® and Sika® Permacor® range Sika® Permacor®-2330 offers a mechanical resistant coating system for long-life corrosion protection with high weather resistance up to corrosivity category C5 very high, acc. ISO 12944-2.
- Very high weather resistance
- Very high gloss- and colour retention
- High scratch resistance
- Applicable also at low temperatures down to 0°C
28.75 kg and 11.5 kg net.
Sika® Thinner P
25 l and 5 l
RAL- and NCS-colour shades, glossy
Others upon request.
APPROVALS / CERTIFICATES
- Approved according to German standard ‘TL/TP-KOR-Stahlbauten, Blatt 87 and Blatt 97.
- Tested according to NORSOK Standard M-501, rev. 6, system no. 1.
In originally sealed containers in a cool and dry environment.
~56 % by volume
~69 % by weight
Weathering, water, sewage, seawater, smoke, de-icing salts, acid and lye vapours, oils, grease and short term exposure to fuels and solvents.
Dry heat up to approx. + 120°C, short term up to + 200°C
Damp heat up to approx. + 50°C
An exposure to high temperatures can lead to color changes.
Components A : B
100 : 15
5.1 : 1*
* The volumetric mixing ratio may vary depending on the colour shade. Please refer to us if needed.
Sika® Thinner P
If necessary max. 5 % Sika® Thinner P may be added to adapt the viscosity.
Min. + 5°C
Relative air humidity
Max. 85 %, except the surface temperature is significantly higher than the dew point temperature, it shall be at least 3 K above dew point.
The surface must be dry and free from ice.
At + 10°C
At + 20°C
At + 30°C
Drying stage 6
Drying stage 6 and waiting time between coats:
Dry film thickness 80 μm
|+ 5°C after|
|+ 10°C after||18 h|
|+ 15°C after||10 h|
|+ 20°C after||8 h|
|+ 25°C after||6 h|
|+ 30°C after||4 h|
Final drying time
The full hardness is achieved within approx. 7 days at + 20°C. Tests of the completed coating system should only be carried out after final curing.
Theoretical material-consumption/VOC without loss for medium dry film thickness:
Dry film thickness
Wet film thickness
|VOC||~36 g/m2||~58 g/m2|
Blast cleaning to Sa 2 ½ according to ISO 12944-4.
Free from dirt, oil and grease.
Hot dip galvanized steel, stainless steel and aluminium:
Free from dirt, oil, grease and corrosion products.
In case of exposure to permanent condensation the surfaces must be slightly sweep blasted with a ferrite-free blasting abrasive.
For contaminated surfaces e.g. galvanized or primed areas we recommend to clean with SikaCor® Wash.
Stir component A very thoroughly using an electric mixer (start slowly, then increase up to approx. 300 rpm). Add component B carefully and mix both components very thoroughly (including sides and bottom of the container). Mix for at least 3 minutes until a homogeneous mixture is achieved. Fill mixed material into clean container and mix again shortly as described above. During mixing and handling of the materials always wear protective goggles, suitable gloves and other protective clothings.
The method of application has a major effect on achieving uniform thickness and appearance. Spray application will give the best results. The indicated dry film thickness is easily achieved by airless spray. Adding solvents reduces the sag resistance and the dry film thickness. In case of application by roller or brush, additional applications may become necessary to achieve the required coating thickness, depending on type of construction, site conditions, colour shade etc. Prior to major coating operations a test application on site may be useful to ensure the selected application method will provide the requested results.
By brush or roller
- Pressure min. 150 bar
- Nozzle size 0.38 - 0.53 mm (0.015 - 0.021 inch)
- Spraying angle 40° - 80°
CLEANING OF EQUIPMENT
Sika® Thinner P