Network Rail Specification – NR/L3/CIV/039
For protection of existing sound aged alkyd paintwork and corroded steelwork prepared to surface standard ST 3 BS EN ISO 8501-1
Corroless EPF is a Rust Stabilising Primer (epoxy) and has been a key product in the Corroless range for many decades and has a range of outstanding properties. It has an excellent track record on bridge maintenance painting projects where blast cleaning was impossible, and yet longer term performance was required over only hand-prepared steelwork.
Giving very high film build by brush, Corroless EPF contains Corroless rust stabilising pigment for long term anticorrosive protection. It also contains self-leafing glass flake for improved impermeability. It has a specially designed tar-free resin system and can be applied to damp steel surfaces to aid practicality under difficult site conditions.
Corroless EPF has undergone extensive independent testing and has gained approvals from: UK Network Rail for bridges and other steelwork; British Standard BS6920:2000 for use with potable water (in conjunction with Corroless RF35 (2006)); to DEFSTAN and MIL specs for bulk fuel tank interiors (together with Corroless RF35 White); and it also has a designated NATO stock number. Typical applications include bridges, ballast tanks, sheet piling and jetties, as well as for coating concrete and other selected substrates and maintenance.
Usage & Highlights
Comes in Black or Buff in a Semi-Gloss Finish. Product has a shelf life of 2 years when stored in dry, cool conditions and protected from frost.
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