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O'Dea V.,Tnemec Company
Journal of Protective Coatings and Linings | Year: 2015

Concrete is inherently durable and is used extensively in both industrial and municipal waste-water construction. Portland cement can also be degraded by exposure to solution of sulfate salts. Sulfate attack occurs when soils, wastewater solutions or enclosed sewer headspaces contain sufficient sulfate levels which react with the cementitious paste of the concrete. Concrete must be assessed before and after surface preparation and prior to the application of a protective coating. Several field assessment methods are relatively easy to perform and produce qualitative or quantitative results.


Savage D.,Tnemec Co.
Materials Performance | Year: 2013

The article discusses the importance of using the manufacturer's recommended thinner. Every solvent has unique chemical properties that have specific effects on the coatings they are designed to be used with. Different solvents have different levels of solvency power, rates of evaporation, and levels of attraction to resins and other solvents. Understanding these different solvent properties and utilizing that knowledge can make the difference between having either a positive or negative outcome on a coating project. The level of polar attraction a resin or solvent has to each other within a coating plays a key role in the release of solvents from the film. Generally speaking, the higher the polarity of a solvent, the greater the tendency there will be for that solvent to associate more readily with a similar polar solvent or binder.


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Tnemec Company | Date: 2015-09-03

Polyurethane coatings for fabrics and textiles; Coatings in the nature of water-based polyurethane dispersions; Protective coatings for fabrics and textiles. Fluid coatings in the nature of thermal insulating barriers for use in the fabric and textile industries; Thermal insulating barrier film for fabrics and textiles; Insulating film for use in thermal insulation of fabrics and textiles; Polyurethane film for use as a thermal insulating barrier; Fabric finish or surface treatment polyurethane film sold as a component of finished treated or coated textiles and fabrics to provide thermal insulating barriers. Fabrics coated with polyurethane film coatings for use in manufacturing in a wide variety of industries.


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Tnemec Company | Date: 2015-09-03

Polyurethane coatings for fabrics and textiles; Coatings in the nature of water-based polyurethane dispersions; Protective coatings for fabrics and textiles. Fluid coatings in the nature of thermal insulating barriers for use in the fabric and textile industries; Thermal insulating barrier film for fabrics and textiles; Insulating film for use in thermal insulation of fabrics and textiles; Polyurethane film for use as a thermal insulating barrier; Fabric finish or surface treatment polyurethane film sold as a component of finished treated or coated textiles and fabrics to provide thermal insulating barriers. Fabrics coated with polyurethane film coatings for use in manufacturing in a wide variety of industries.


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Tnemec Company | Date: 2011-11-14

Intumescent coatings.


Trademark
Tnemec Company | Date: 2011-08-23

paints.


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Tnemec Company | Date: 2012-01-03

insulating paints.


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Tnemec Company | Date: 2011-06-07

Epoxy paint-type coating for use on the interior of petroleum and chemical storage vessels.


Bollinger M.F.,Tnemec Co.
Materials Performance | Year: 2013

Some important considerations while selecting lining material for concrete containment structures are discussed. It is important that the coatings specifier knows and understands the actual exposure conditions before selecting a coating system. The concentration, operating temperatures and the chemical's normal pH ranges should be known to the specifier. Other considerations also need to be evaluated, such as a cumulative effect of the chemicals should they mix during a spill or leak. If the lining system in the secondary containment area is subjected to continuous spills and/or persistent leaks that are not cleaned up on a regular basis, then the lining system used must be suitable for continuous or long-term exposure to the chemical. Moisture vapor transmission (MVT) also should be a consideration for both new and existing concrete structures. The specifier should consult with coating consultants or suppliers to determine the proper system based on the intended exposure and conditions.


A simultaneous interpenetrating polymer networkgeopolymer epoxy composition includes a first component comprised of a waterborne epoxy curing agent and an alkaline silicate solution, and a second component comprised of an epoxy resin and an aluminosilicate. The two components are mixed to produce a SIN-GE composition that cures at ambient temperatures. The SIN-GE composition may be a low-viscosity, sprayable composition, or may be a higher-viscosity composition. The compositions may be used as coatings, adhesives, mortars, casting materials, and the like.

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