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9300 - Novolac Self Leveling Coating

Rhino™ 9300 Novolac is a high quality Bis-F epoxy novolac coating system which has superior chemical and abrasion resistance versus Bis-A type epoxy resins. This tightly crosslinked, self-leveling epoxy system cures in the presence of moisture and humidity with excellent mechanical properties.

Rhino 9300 mixes using the industry standard, 2:1 by volume ratio. Having low odor, Rhino 9300 contains no solvents and is 100% solids that assures ease of application. For vertical applications, use Rhino 9700.

 

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Features & Benefits

Superior chemical and abrasion resistance
• Medium viscosity
• Excellent bonding

Highly resistant to cratering or blush
• Dries to a high gloss

• Low odor

• 100% solids, no solvents
Cures in the presence of moisture and humidity with excellent mechanical properties

Applications

Recommended for floor coating and bermed secondary containment areas where high concentrations of chemicals are used
Application where increased resistance to acids, bases and solvents is desired

Non-slip surfaces can be achieved with broadcast of quartz, aluminum oxide or other non-skid material

Application Properties (at 77°F / 25°C)

 
Solids by Volume100%
Volatile Organic Content (VOC)0 lbs / gal
Mixing ratio2:1 by volume
Viscosity500-800 cps, mixed
Pot Life (neat coating)25-30 minutes
Application Temperature55°F minimum, 100°F maximum
Maximum Re-coat Time24 hrs.
Dry To Touch6-8 hrs.
Light Traffic14-16 hrs
Return To Service24-36-hrs.
Full Cure7 Days

Physical Properties For Cured System (cured 7 days at 77°F (25°C)

 
Hardness (Shore D)86+5 
Tensile Strength (psi)7000-8000ASTM D-638
Tensile Elongation (%)3.2ASTM D-638
Flexural Strength13000 – 13800ASTM D-790
Compressive Strength (psi)12000 – 14000ASTM D-695
HDT (F)140ASTM D-648
Water Absorp. (% gain) 24 hrs<1 
Bond Strength (psi) to concrete>400, w/100% failure 

Mixing

A thorough and complete mixing is critical. First mix each component separately. Proportion each component at the ratio of 2 parts A (resin) to 1 part B (hardener) by volume or if using 1-gallon kits, pour all of Part B (hardener) into Part A (resin). Mix for 3 – 5 minutes, scraping the mixing container sides and bottom regularly. Mix no more material than may be applied in 20 minutes.

Chemical Resistance Guide (3 week immersion)

 
Reagent% Weight gain (loss)
Xylene0.0
1,1,1 Trichloroethane0.0
EB (Ethylene Glycol Monobutyl Ether)2.4
Water (deionized)1.2
10% Sodium Hydroxide0.0
10% Sulfide Acid0.0
10% Hydrochloric Acid0.1
10% Acetic Acid5.4
Synthetic Gasohol0.0
JP-4, JP-5, JP-7, JP-80.0

 

Reagent

% Weight gain (loss)
Toluene2.3
MEK2.3
Ethyl Alcohol6.9
5% Detergent Solution0.0
50% Sodium Hydroxide(0.2)
70% Sulfuric Acid0.2
5% Acetic Acid2.6
Skydrol(0.03)
Mogas, Diesel0.0
Diethylene Glycol Monomethyl Ether0.0

9300 - Novolac Self Leveling Coating: industry applications

Flooring
Flooring

Products

Rhino Equipment
Civil Engineering
Systems
Resins - 908 - 1315
Resins - 1316 - 1409
Hardeners
Specialty Products
Brochures

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