FAQ

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ANCHOR-LOK

How is ANCHOR-LOK® installed?


Anchor-Lok is installed with conventional concrete placement practices. The sheet or fabrication is placed on forms prior to the concrete pour, allowing the lining to mechanically lock into the matrix of the concrete structure.




Can ANCHOR-LOK® be used to retro-fit existing structures?


Yes, ANCHOR-LOK can be used for new or existing concrete construction.




How do you determine the proper type of ANCHOR-LOK?


Selection is based on specific service conditions of each application. ATLAS Engineering will make the determination based on chemical, thermal, physical, abrasive, and other exposure criteria.




What chemicals can ANCHOR-LOK resist?


Each thermoplastic resists a broad range of chemicals. See the Chemical Resistance Chart for specific information.




What is the temperature range ANCHOR-LOK can withstand?


HDPE can be in service at temperatures as low as -40* F (-40* C). PVDF can withstand up to 275* F (135* C).




How is ANCHOR-LOK proven to be leak-free?


All seams are thermoplastically welded and backed with conductive material. Spark testing verifies the lining system is free of any pinholes or leaks. Structures can be equipped with leak detection for further assurance.




Can I use this product for outside applications?


Yes. HDPE and a UV-resistant grade of PP are commonly used outside.




Can ANCHOR-LOK save time in a construction schedule?


ANCHOR-LOK eliminates the need for concrete cure. Anchor-Lok can be placed in service as soon as concrete forms are stripped (and any seams, if present, are welded).




Will field welding be required?


Structures that cannot be shipped in one piece will need to be field welded. Smaller fabrications do not require field welding.




Can ANCHOR-LOK bridge cracks?


Yes. ANCHOR-LOK can bridge concrete cracks up to ¼” wide.




Are expansion joints required?


No. ANCHOR-LOK is welded providing a seamless lining. The anchor penetrates into the concrete matrix and allows the lining to absorb all expansion and contraction. Eliminating expansion joints eliminates the weakest point of the lining system.




Does groundwater and hydrostatic pressure effect ANCHOR-LOK?


Because ANCHOR-LOK forms an integral part of the concrete structure, it can withstand over 100’ of hydrostatic head pressure.




Can fabrications be tailored to specific dimensions and requirements?


ANCHOR-LOK is always custom fabricated. ATLAS provides drawings for customer approval before fabrication commences. If the structure can be poured with concrete, it can be lined with ANCHOR-LOK.




What are the colors of the different ANCHOR-LOK thermoplastics?


  • ANCHOR-LOK PP – Tan
  • ANCHOR-LOK PVC – Dark Gray
  • ANCHOR-LOK PE and UVPP – Black
  • ANCHOR-LOK PE HMW and PVDF – White




Can ANCHOR-LOK tie into adjacent coatings or linings?


Fabric-faced material can be provided on the grate seat, perimeter, or flange. The interface joint is reinforced before coatings, linings, and protective systems are tied into the fabric-faced material. Contact ATLAS for additional details and information.




Are there technical service representatives available?


ATLAS maintains a staff of Technical Service Representatives who are available to assist you with the use of ATLAS products.





EPOXYBOND POOL PUTTY

What is the mix ratio of the two Pool Putty components?


It is 1:1. Cut equal parts of each tube and mix thoroughly.




How long should I mix the putty?


Mix thoroughly until uniform. When in doubt, mix longer. It is often advisable to mix until warmth is generated. That means the material is beginning to react and is ready for application.




What is the setting time?


It depends on the air and/or water temperature. Please see the chart available at (data sheet). The setting of EPOXYBOND POOL PUTTY results from an exothermic reaction. Curing can be accelerated in dry areas by applying an external heat source, such as a heat lamp or hair dryer. Do not attempt to apply electric heat sources near water or damp environments.




What happens if the temperature drops below 60ºF overnight?


The material will set slower. Additional time and warmth will be required.




Is there a time of year that is ideal for repairing pool cracks? (ie water temperature)


Pool Putty will set quicker in warm air and water temperatures.




Is there a waiting period to use pool after repair?


We recommend the putty remain undisturbed and free form turbulent water until set, but the pool can be used immediately after the repair is complete.




What colors are available?


Epoxybond Pool Putty comes in Black and White. The black and white resin materials can be mixed to make variations of gray. It is important the ratio or resin to hardener remains 1:1 for proper curing.




Can Pool Putty be tinted into custom colors?


The Rein (white tube) of Pool Putty White can be tinted. Pigments are available at some specialty craft or paint stores. Tell them you are tinting an epoxy. Add the tint to the Resin portion and mix thoroughly before mixing with the Hardener.




Does Epoxybond® Pool Putty shrink?


Epoxybond Pool Putty will not yellow, shrink, or sag.




How do I know if my pool crack requires Epoxybond® Pool Putty or Pool Paste?


Epoxybond Pool Paste (data sheet) is better suited for hairline cracks. Pool Putty can be used for narrow cracks but we recommend “V”ing the crack to open it up a bit before application of the putty.




How do you store Epoxybond Pool Putty?


Store all materials in a cool, dry environment. Keep all materials out of direct sunlight. Ideal storage temperature is 75ºF (24ºC). Protect from freezing. In unopened original containers, the materials referred to in this Data Sheet have a shelf life of approximately one year.




Are there technical service representatives available at ATLAS?


ATLAS maintains a staff of Technical Service Representatives who are available to assist you with the use of ATLAS products.





VITROBOND

What temperature must sulfur products be heated to melt and use?


Sulfur products should be heated to a temperature between 275°F (135°C) to 295°F (146°C). It is important to understand that sulfur products go through a viscosity minimum in this temperature range. The ideal temperature range for minimum viscosity is 280°F (138°C) to 285°F (141°C). Users should avoid the temptation to increase the temperature above this range to reduce viscosity, as the viscosity will increase as the temperature increases above 285°F (141°C).




My sulfur was overheated. What should I do with it?


Sulfur that has been accidentally overheated to a temperature in excess of 320°F (160°C) should be cooled, solidified and discarded according to all applicable local, state, provincial and federal environmental regulations.




What is the highest temperature that I can use the solidified sulfur at after it is poured in place?


In practice, sulfur mortars have a maximum continuous use temperature of 190°F (88°C). Above this temperature, they undergo a phase change that will weaken the product.




What type of apparatus is needed to heat sulfur to a molten state for use?


Ingots should be broken up and placed in a thermostatically controlled electrical melting pot, such as a home appliance cooker-fryer or oven unit or a cast iron roofer’s or plumber’s pot. Sta-Warm Electric Company, 553 North Chestnut Street, Ravenna, OH, also produces various types and sizes of melting pots.




What effect do plasticizers have in sulfur?


Plasticizers help to increase the toughness and ductility of the sulfur compound.




Do I need to use a respirator when using sulfur products?


When melted, sulfur gives off the odor of rotten eggs, which is hydrogen sulfide. It can be an annoying odor at very minimal concentrations in air. Ventilating the space for employee comfort should keep the concentration of hydrogen sulfide below the exposure limit. For exact information, air sampling is recommended.




How do I get an SDS for Atlas sulfur cements?


Contact us at sds@atlasmin.com and provide us with the complete product name and a fax number.




What is the smallest size orifice that Atlas sulfur products will flow through?


Atlas sulfur products will flow through openings that are approximately 3/16″ (4.8 mm.) to 1/4″ (6.4 mm.).




How quickly does the material cool?


This varies with the quantity of material poured. The surface, however, will cool immediately to a dull finish.





VTF NOVOLAC GROUT

What colors are available for VTF Novolac Grout?


Standard colors are black, gray, beige, and yellow. Many additional colors are available but subject to a minimum order quantity.




Can narrow width joints be filled with ATLAS VTF Novolac Grout?


ATLAS VTF Novolac Grout is capable of filling joint widths as narrow as 5/64″ to 1/8″ (2mm to 3mm).




Is ATLAS VTF Novolac Grout chemical resistant?


It has very good chemical resistance to a wide range of acids, solvents, caustics, and many byproducts and cleaning compounds used in food, dairy, beverage, and other process flooring.




What is the best temperature range for the application of ATLAS VTF Novolac Grout?


The optimal temperature range for the application of most ATLAS products is between 70ºF (21ºC) and 85oF (29ºC). Do not apply when room temperature is below 60ºF (16ºC) or above 100ºF (38ºC) or in direct sunlight.




How do I apply ATLAS VTF Novolac Grout?


Do not proceed until the ATLAS VTF SETTING BED has been allowed to set long enough to support foot traffic.

Disperse ATLAS VTF FILLER over the surface of the floor. Sweep it into the open joints. Be certain the joints are full. Sweep away as much excess filler as possible.

Mix ATLAS VTF NOVOLAC GROUT RESIN and HARDENER per the stated ratio. Pour the material on the floor and slowly work the materials over the joints with a rubber squeegee. Continue to work the fresh material over the joints to allow the joints to become fully saturated. Remove excess.

Lightly broadcast ATLAS VTF FINE on the surface of the floor. Approximately one pound of material should cover 10 to 15 square feet.

Use a Raimondi 219 Maxitinita machine with grouting paddles to power grout the floor. Remove power grout residue using a squeegee.

Lightly sprinkle the floor with water. We suggest the use of a conventional “garden-type” sprayer. Use enough water to emulsify the resin and hardener. Use the Raimondi machine with nylon buffing pad (3M 5300 blue cleaning pad) to begin cleaning the floor. Remove residue using a squeegee. Repeat this step with a clean white pad (3M 4100) and remove residue with a squeegee a second time.

Remove any remaining residue with a mop or cellulose sponge. Use warm water with a small amount of dish detergent and change the water frequently. Apply sufficient pressure to remove residue but not enough to remove grout from the joints. Repeat cleaning until the surface is free of haze.




How much VTF Novolac Grout will I need?


Due to the wide range of tile sizes and joint configurations, it is difficult to publish standard coverage information. We do have guidelines and can assist with theoretical material requirements based on specific project information. Please contact ATLAS’ Technical Service Department for more information.




How do I clean my tools and equipment?


Nylon pad, soap and warm water will remove the materials referred to in this Data Sheet from mixing tools and equipment if cleaning is done immediately after use. Solvents, such as methyl ethyl ketone, toluene or xylene, will have to be used after the material has begun to harden. Fully hardened material will have to be removed by mechanical means.
Dispose of residues and wastes in accordance with the directions in the Safety Data Sheets and government regulations.




What Altas VTF Setting Bed unit sizes are available?


Our ATLAS VTF Novolac Grout is available in:


• Two – 5-gal. pails of Resin (40 lb. [18.1 kg.] ea.)
• One – 5-gal. pail of Hardener (36 lb. [16.3 kg.])
• ATLAS VTF Filler and Fine are packaged in 50 lb. (22.7 kg.) bags




What is the mix ratio of ATLAS VTF Novolac Grout?


ATLAS VTF Novoloac Grout Resin

Weight: 20 lb (9.0 kg)

Volume: 278 fl. oz. (8.21 liters)

ATLAS VTF Novolac Grout Hardener

Weight: 9 lb (4.0 kg)

Volume: 140 fl. oz. (4.13 liters)




How do I store ATLAS VTF Novolac Grout?


Store all materials in a cool, dry place. Keep out of direct sunlight. In unopened, original containers most ATLAS materials can be stored for a minimum of one year.




Are there technical service representatives available?


ATLAS maintains a staff of Technical Service Representatives who are available to assist you with the use of ATLAS products.





ATLASTIC 55 SHEET

Is a masonry sheathing always used in front of Atlasic 55 Sheet?


Yes. The masonry sheathing provides additional chemical, thermal, and abrasion resistance.




What mortar should be used in the masonry/brick used in front of Atlasic 55 Sheet?


That depends on the service conditions. Options are:
Vinyl ester: Chemester Mortar, Carbo-Chemester Mortar

  • Phenolic: Carbo-Korez
  • Silicate: Vitrex II, Vitrex K , Vitrex K-HFS
  • Furan: Alkor Mortar , Carbo-Alkor Mortar, Furathane Mortar
  • Novolac Epoxy: Rezklad SR Mortar, Rezklad SRC Mortar




Can Atlastic 55 Sheet be spark tested to ensure leak and pinhole free continuity?


Yes. Applications on steel substrates are easily tested. When installed on concrete a conductive primer must be used to utilize spark testing.




Can Atlastic 55 Sheet be repaired if pinholes or voids are found?


Yes. Repairs are very simple and outlined in the Atlasic 55 Sheet technical data sheet.




Can anyone install the Atlastic 55 Sheet?


Atlastic 55 Sheet is installed exclusively by Atlas Authorized Applicators.




To what substrates can Atlasic 55 Sheet be applied?


The Atlastic 55 Sheet can be applied to structurally sound, clean, dry and contaminant-free steel or concrete.




How are the tools and equipment cleaned?


Xylene, mineral spirits or hi-flash naphtha may be used for cleaning of tools and equipment.




How is this product stored?


Optimal storage is in a cool, dry environment, free of direct sunlight at 75°F.




Are there technical service representatives available?


ATLAS maintains a staff of Technical Service Representatives who are available to assist you with the use of ATLAS products. In the event of difficulties with the application of ATLAS materials, the installation should be stopped immediately and contact ATLAS’ Technical Service Department for assistance.




What is Atlastic® 55 Sheet?


Atlastic 55 Sheet is the ultimate high-temperature, polymer modified asphaltic membrane for industrial applications.

The reinforced, polymer modified asphaltic formulation of Atlastic 55 Sheet provides a virtually unlimited range of design for high-temperature, masonry lined process and storage vessels.


Atlastic 55 Sheet is ideal for process vessels common in chlor-alkali, phosphoric, sulfuric, fertilizer, and pigment processing and other chemical process industries.

Atlastic 55 Sheet is used in conjunction with a chemical resistant brick or masonry to provide protection for process vessels. This easy-to-apply, pliable sheet conforms to radiused and irregular shell configurations found in absorbers, drying towers, scrubbers, batch/attack tanks, cooling towers, and incinerators.

Application consists of Atlastic 55 Primer on the steel or concrete substrate. Atlastic 55 Sheet is heated to soften, then applied and pressed in place to prevent any air entrapment. The sheets are joined with Atlastic 55 Rod applied over seams, heated and smoothed.

Depending on the design of the masonry or brick sheathing, Atlastic 55 Sheet can be used at process solution temperatures up to 325°F, or 163°C, and is resistant to variety of chemicals including water solutions of alkalies, salts and non-oxidizing acids. Applied exclusively by Atlas Authorized Applicators, quality and durability is ensured every time.
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VTF SETTING BED

Are “dairy brick” or vitrified tile preferred to be set in Atlas VTF® Setting bed?


Both are acceptable at the preference of the end user. Quarry tile, clinker tile, and many other masonry units can be set in Atlas VTF Setting Bed.




Can “self-spacing” or beveled vitrified tile be set in Atlas VTF® Setting bed?


Absolutely. Atlas VTF Setting Bed was formulated to be the optimal setting bed for a wide range of vitrified tile shapes, sizes, and configurations.




Is concrete the only allowable substrate?


No, Atlas VTF Setting Bed can be applied over sand cement, latex beds, or epoxy modified leveling beds.




How do I apply Atlas VTF® Setting Bed?


The ATLAS VTF SETTING BED is best applied with a 3/16” V-notched trowel held at a 45-degree angle. We recommend placing a sufficient amount of ATLAS VTF SETTING BED to provide a continuous bond coat to the specified thickness.




Is there a moisture-tolerant formulation for going over damp concrete?


Yes. Atlas VTF Setting Bed MT can be used on damp concrete. Standing water should be removed prior to application.




How soon can the MT formulation be installed after concrete is poured?


Atlas VTF Setting Bed MT can be applied in as little as five (5) days after concrete is poured.




How do I mix Atlas VTF Setting Bed?


Mixing of the components should be with a KOL type mixer with a 5-gallon capacity. The mixing speed should be between 60 and 75 RPM.




How much will I need to back-butter my grooved tile?


To estimate the amount of back-buttering necessary for a 3/32” thickness setting bed calculate the number of units estimated and multiply by 0.4 for the number of additional units.




How do I clean my tools and equipment?


The combination of steel wool, soap, and warm water will remove the product from mixing tool and equipment when done immediately after use. Solvents such as methyl ethyl ketone, toluene, or xylene will have to be used after material begins to set. Fully hardened material is best removed by mechanical means.




What Altas VTF Setting Bed unit sizes are available?


Our ATLAS VTF SETTING BED units come in 32 lb. 10oz. and 171 lb. 30z.




How do I store the Altas VTF Setting Bed?


Store all materials in a cool, dry environment. Keep all materials out of direct sunlight. Ideal storage temperature is 75℉ (24℃). Protect from freezing. In unopened original containers, the materials have a shelf life of approximately one year.




Are there technical service representatives available?


ATLAS maintains a staff of Technical Service Representatives who are available to assist you with the use of ATLAS products.





CHEMPRUF 141

What colors are available?


Chempruf 141 is available in white and gray




What does Chempruf 141 consist of?


The system consists of:

  • Chempruf VE Primer, a two-component, brush, roller or spray applied penetrating primer.
  • Chempruf 141, a two-component, glass flake filled novolac vinyl ester resin coating.




How do I prepare the substrate?


The substrate must be structurally sound, clean, dry and free of all contaminants, such as sealers, curing compounds, coatings, oil, dirt, dust, and water. Previously applied coatings or paint must be removed.
Concrete: The prepared concrete substrate shall have a minimum tensile strength of 250 psi. (1.72 MPa). Concrete surface must be sufficiently cured and comply with moisture testing as prescribed by ACI Test Method 515 R-16 “Dryness of Surface.” Concrete surfaces should be grit blasted to a finish similar to the profile of 100 to 120 grit sandpaper.
Carbon Steel: Metal surfaces should be grit blasted to a SSPC-SP5 or NACE #1 white metal blast cleaned surface finish. Profile height must be 3 (0.076 mm.) to 4 mils (0.102 mm.).




What is the best temperature range for the application of Atlas Chempruf 141?


Store all materials referred to in this Data Sheet at 70°F (21°C) to 80°F (27°C) for 24 hours prior to use. Minimum temperature for installation is 65°F (18°C). Do not apply when the relative humidity is greater than 75% or the substrate temperature is less than 5ºF (3ºC) above the dew point.




How do I apply Atlas Chempruf 141?


  1. Brush, roll or spray apply Chempruf VE Primer.
  2. Apply one coat of Chempruf 141 by brush, roller or sprayer to a WFT of 10 mil (0.25 mm.) to 25 mil (0.64 mm.). Allow hardening.
  3. Apply a second and additional coats of Chempruf 141 as described in Step (2.). More than two coats may be required based on the method of application and system thickness requirements.
Application Brush - Horizontal: 10 to 20 mils. Vertical: 10 to 20 mils Roller - Horizontal: 10 to 20 mils Vertical: 18 to 15 mils Spray - Horizontal: 10 to 20 mils Vertical: 110 to 25 mils Protect uncured primer and Chempruf 141 from moisture contamination until minimum cure time is attained.




How do I clean my tools and equipment?


Steel wool, soap and warm water will remove the materials referred to in this Data Sheet from mixing tools and equipment if cleaning is done immediately after use. Solvents, such as methyl ethyl ketone, toluene or xylene, will have to be used after the material has begun to harden. Fully hardened material will have to be removed by mechanical means.




Are there technical service representatives available?


ATLAS maintains a staff of Technical Service Representatives who are available to assist you with the use of ATLAS products.




What is Chempruf® 141?


CHEMPRUF 141 is a novolac vinyl ester glass flake coating system which may be brush, roller, or spray applied.

CHEMPRUF 141 is a novolac vinyl ester glass flake coating system which may be brush, roller or spray applied. The random layers of glass flake reinforce the coating for resistance to physical stress attributable to thermal cycling. CHEMPRUF 141 provides a durable coating that protects concrete and steel surfaces from corrosion. CHEMPRUF 141 is designed for primary or secondary containment applications for tanks, containment dikes, structural steel and floors.

The Chempruf 141 (link) system consists of:

  • Chempruf VE Primer
  • Chempruf 141
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CHEMPRUF 2211

What is the chemical resistance of the Chempruf 2211 systems?


CHEMPRUF 2211 Lining Systems are resistant to a broad range of strong acids, such as 98% sulfuric acid, nitric acid to 40%, chromic acid to 20%, alkalies, as well as many organic solvents, such as butyl acetate, ethyl alcohol, toluene, xylene, and 1,1,1-trichloroethane. Refer to the CHEMPRUF 2000 SERIES Chemical Resistance Chart, 4-2000, for specific information.

  • Chempruf 2211 C offers excellent chemical resistance to environments exposed to hydrofluoric acid, fluoboric acid, fluosilicic acid, and sodium hydroxide.
  • Chempruf 2211 AO is preferred for service conditions with abrasive slurries, high-velocity air containing particulate matter or environments exposed to fluorides, fluoride salts, and sodium hydroxide.




What are the components of the Chempruf 2211 systems?


PRIMER

  • Chempruf E Primer, a two-component, moisture tolerant, brush or roller applied, solvent-free penetrating primer.
BASECOAT / TOPCOAT
  • Chempruf 2211, a novolac bisphenol F epoxy resin, silica filled basecoat and topcoat, each trowel coat applied at a nominal thickness of 1/16″ (1.6 mm.).
  • Chempruf 2211 C, a novolac bisphenol F epoxy resin, carbon-filled basecoat and topcoat, each trowel coat applied at a nominal thickness of 1/16″ (1.6 mm.).
  • Chempruf 2211 AO, a novolac bisphenol F epoxy resin, silica filled basecoat, and aluminum oxide filled topcoat, each trowel coat applied at a nominal thickness of 1/16″ (1.6 mm.).
REINFORCING FABRIC
  • Chempruf 10 oz. Reinforcing Fabric, 10 oz./sq. yd. (339 g./m2) woven fiberglass reinforcing fabric for use with Chempruf 2211 or Chempruf 2211 AO Lining Systems.
  • Chempruf Carbon Fabric, 5.6 oz./yd2 (159 g./m2) carbon fabric for use with Chempruf 2211 C Lining Systems.
SATURANT
  • Chempruf 2211 Saturant, a novolac bisphenol F epoxy resin, roller applied to the reinforcing fabric.
SMOOTHING LIQUID
  • Chempruf E Smoothing Liquid, a one-component, roller applied material used to smooth the basecoat and topcoat surface.
FINISHER* (optional)
  • Chempruf 211, a two-component novolac bisphenol F epoxy resin, brush or roller applied sealer.
  • Chempruf 121, a two-component, flake filled bisphenol F epoxy resin, brush or roller applied sealer.
*Depending on service conditions, ATLAS may recommend the use of an optional finisher.




What surface preparation is required?


The substrate must be structurally sound, clean, dry and free of all contaminants, such as sealers, curing compounds, coatings, oil, dirt, dust, and water. Previously applied coatings or paint must be removed.
Concrete: The prepared concrete substrate shall have a minimum tensile strength of 250 psi. (1.72 MPa). Concrete surface must be sufficiently cured and comply with moisture testing as prescribed by ACI Test Method 515 R-16 “Dryness of Surface”. Concrete surfaces should be grit blasted to a finish similar to the profile of 100 to 120 grit sandpaper Cracks in the concrete substrate 1/16″ (1.6 mm.) wide or greater must be opened to a minimum 1/4″ (6.4 cm.) cleaned, primed and filled with Chempruf 2211. Carbon Steel: Metal surfaces should be grit blasted to an SSPC-SP5 or NACE #1 white metal blast cleaned surface finish. Profile height must be 3 (0.076 mm.) to 4 mils (0.102 mm.).




What is the best temperature range for the application of Atlas Chempruf 2211 systems?


Store all materials referred to in this Data Sheet at 70°F (21°C) to 80°F (27°C) for 24 hours prior to use. The minimum temperature for installation is 65°F (18°C). Do not apply when the relative humidity is greater than 75% or the substrate temperature is less than 5ºF (3ºC) above the dew point.




How do I apply Atlas Chempruf 2211?


Application Instructions

  1. Apply Chempruf E Primer with a brush or roller.
  2. Trowel apply a 1/16″ (1.6 mm.) WFT basecoat. Imbed the Chempruf Fabric and roll into the wet basecoat. Apply Chempruf 2211 saturant with a medium nap roller. Allow the saturant coat to harden.
  3. Trowel apply a 1/16″ (1.6 mm.) WFT topcoat. Smooth with a short nap roller lightly wetted with Chempruf E Smoothing Liquid. Allow hardening.
  4. If ATLAS recommends the use of an optional finisher, apply Chempruf 211 or Chempruf 121 with a short nap roller. Depending on service conditions, two coats may be required.
  5. Protect uncured primer, the basecoat, saturant, topcoat, and finisher coat(s) from moisture contamination until minimum cure time is attained.




How do I clean my tools and equipment?


Steel wool, soap, and warm water will remove the materials referred to in this Data Sheet from mixing tools and equipment if cleaning is done immediately after use. Solvents, such as methyl ethyl ketone, toluene or xylene, will have to be used after the material has begun to harden. Fully hardened material will have to be removed by mechanical means. Dispose of residues and wastes in accordance with the directions in the Safety Data Sheets and government regulations.




Are there technical service representatives available?


ATLAS maintains a staff of Technical Service Representatives who are available to assist you with the use of ATLAS products.




What is Atlas Chempruf® 2211?


CHEMPRUF 2211 linings are highly chemical resistant fabric reinforced lining systems.

CHEMPRUF 2211 is designed for primary or secondary containment applications for tanks, trenches, containment dikes, absorbers, scrubbers and floors. The CHEMPRUF 2211 may be used as a lining or as a membrane in conjunction with chemically resistant brick sheathing. When used as a membrane, the lining can be used at higher process temperatures.

The Atlas Chempruf 2211 system (link) consists of:

  • Chempruf E Primer
  • Chempruf 2211 basecoat
  • Reinforcing Fabric
  • Chempruf 10 oz. Reinforcing Fabric
    • Chempruf Carbon Fabric
    • Chempruf 2211 Saturant
  • Chempruf 2211 topcoat
    • Chempruf 2211 is silica filled
    • Chempruf 2211 C is carbon-filled
    • Chempruf 2211 AO is aluminum oxide filled
  • Finish coats (optional depending on service conditions)
    • Chempruf 211
    • Chempruf 121
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