SÄKAPHEN Si 14 EG is a high-quality single-component phenolic based thermosetting heat cured lining that is resistant to water vapor diffusion (ΔT 85°C). Si 14 EG is self-priming and developed for direct to metal application.
Si 14 EG is chemically resistant to weak acidic to light alkaline aqueous liquids and vapors, organic and inorganic acids, fume gases, aromatic and aliphatic solvents and cooling water including brackish, river and sea water. Si 14 EG is also resistant to temperature fluctuations.
The lining film surface is hard elastic and once polymerized is fully machinable.
For the lining of Condensers, Condensate Receivers, Evaporators, Thermal Degassers, Hot Water and Stream Stressed Plant Parts and Uninsulated Tanks. Especially suitable for plant parts that are exposed to hot water and steam in neutral and acidic environments. Si 14 EG is also resistant to water vapor diffusion.
|Product name||Unit||SÄKAPHEN® Si 14® EG|
|Properties||-||Heat Cured Duroplast|
|Resin base||-||Phenolic resin blend|
|Field of Application||-||For the coating of condensers, condensate receivers, evaporators, thermal degassers, hot water and steam stressed plant parts, uninsulated tanks. Especially suitable for plant parts that are exposed to hot water and steam in neutral and acidic environment. The coating is resistant to water vapour diffusion.|
|Cure Mechanism||-||Heat cured|
|Quantity of components||-||1|
|General chemical resistance (All resistances have to be inquired separately!)||-||Diffusion resistant and chemically resistant to various weak acidic to light alkaline aqueous liquids and vapors, fume gases, organic and inorganic acids, aromatic and aliphatic solvents, all types of cooling waters including brackish, river and sea water.|
|pH Range||pH||3 - 8|
|Wet Film Thickness per layer||µm||100|
|Total dry film thickness||µm||250|
|Coverage||approx. kg/m²/DFT||1,3 kg / m² / 250µm|
|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 85°C|
|Overcoating Waiting Time||hours/23°C||no limitations|
|Chemical Curing||days||after final bake|
|Linear Thermal Expansion||µm||(VDE 0304): 22*10-6 mm/mm°C|
|Pendulum hardness acc. to König||6° sec||134|
|Shore D Hardness||Shore D||94|
|Adhesion Test||N/mm² [MPa]||> 20|
|Salt spray test||hours||under examination|
|Impact Strength||mm (1 kg)||> 1000|
|Surface smoothness (Ra)||µm|
Ø 3 readings
|Taber Abrasion resistance, CS17 wheel, 1kg||mg/1000 r.||under examination|
|Crosscut||class||1 (DIN EN ISO 2409)|
Ø 12,7x2,0mm on C-Steel with 67,37 w/mK
With non-insulated equipment that is coated, a ∆T > 30°C may cause water vapor diffusion. Through a complex mix of fillers, a lining film resistant to water vapour is created even with a dry film thickness below 1000 microns (1mm).