• SÄKAPHEN® SI 14® E

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PHENOLIC-BASED HYDROPHOBIC HEATCURED COATING FOR STRONGLY ACIDIC TO WEAKLY ALKALINE MEDIA. DARK GREEN, HIGH GLOSS.

SÄKAPHEN® Si 14® E is a high-quality hydrophobic phenolic-based thermosetting heat-cured coating.

The coating is chemically resistant to organic and inorganic acids, salt solutions, aliphatic and aromatic hydrocarbons, fume gases, alcohols, cooling water, including brackish, river and sea water as well as deionized water.

The surface is hard elastic with hydrophobic properties and prevents caking, fouling and incrustation.

The images are for illustration purposes only and may differ from the actual appearance of the products.

 

Fields of application:

 

For the coating of heat exchangers, air coolers, condensers, turbines and compressor rotors, impellers, salt dissolving installations, pipeworks, prover loops, centrifuges, tank containers.

   
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SÄKAPHEN® Coating Si 14 E - Product Data

Properties - Heat Cured Duroplast
Resin base - Phenolic resin blend
Cure Mechanism - Heat cured
Quantity of components - 1
Color - Dark Green
Surface - Glossy
pH Range pH 1 - 8
Wet Film Thickness per layer µm 100
Total dry film thickness µm 180-200
Coverage approx. kg/m²/DFT 1 kg / m² / 200µm
Surface Preparation Sa SA2 ½ - SA 3
Surface Profile µm 40 - 60 µm
Temperature resistance dry (dry air oven) °C -20°C to +180°C/200°C
Temperature resistance wet (water) °C -20°C to +180°C/200°C
Resistance to water vapor diffusion °C ≤ ∆T 30°C
Overcoating Waiting Time hours/23°C no time limitations
Chemical Curing days after final bake
Linear Thermal Expansion µm n/a
Pore testing Volts 67,5
Pendulum hardness acc. to König 6° sec 213
Shore D Hardness Shore D 94
Adhesion Test N/mm² [MPa] > 20
Salt spray test hours 1400
Impact Strength mm (1 kg) > 1000
Surface smoothness (Ra) µm Ø 3 readings 0,89
Surface tension mN/m > 28 < 35
Abrasion resistance mg/1000 r. under examination
Crosscut class 0
Heat conductivity Ø 12,7x2,0mm on C-Steel with 67,37 w/mK W/mK 2,65