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RUST-OLEUM 9100 is a high performance, competitively priced, high build immersion, epoxy coating suitable for fresh and saltwater pools and used in protecting metal surfaces. Protecting New Zealand swimming pools and commercial structures since 1993

THE ULTIMATE POOL COATING AND ANTI-CORROSION INDUSTRIAL COATING

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Ideal as  a factory floor epoxy coating for most applications.


 

SWIMMING POOL COATING FEATURES

  • Withstands a constant immersed temperature of 52° C
  • Excellent chemical & abrasion resistance
  • Handles hot or cold water with a pH 3-13.
  • Self priming and can be applied to concrete, textured plaster or fiberglass

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SWIMMING POOL COLOUR CHART

PROVEN IN NZ SINCE 1993.

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SEVERE ENVIRONMENTS:

HS.9300: FAST DRY EPOXY PRIMER.
One hour recoat time, @ 75 microns DFT (Dry Film Thickness) to abrasive blasted or slightly rusted steel.

9100: HIGH PERFORMANCE, HIGH BUILD, DIRECT TO METAL, GLOSS FINISH, EPOXY.
Apply direct to new steel, concrete floors, swimming pools, machinery or as a maintenance coating. Extends excellent corrosion and abrasion resistance.

9400: HIGH PERFORMANCE, HIGH GLOSS POLYURETHANE TOPCOAT.
Apply as a UV stable topcoat for 9100, to trucks, machinery, structural steel. Long-term gloss retention, the highest level of corrosion protection of all Polyurethanes available. Can also be applied as a gloss topcoat for epoxy floor coatings.

9800: HIGH PERFORMANCE, HIGH BUILD, DIRECT TO METAL, HIGH GLOSS POLYURETHANE MASTIC.
Apply as a UV stable topcoat, over HS9300/9100 epoxy primers, or in mild to moderate corrosion environments, can be applied directly to prepared steel.
At 60% volume solids, this coating can be spray applied @ 125 microns DFT In a single coat. Has good flexibility and extends excellent corrosion protection in severe environments, when applied as a topcoat to these primers.

Also used as a coating for metal

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