The following study illustrates the use of Integument’s new FluoroGrip ® peel-and-stick fluoropolymer films for preventing corrosion and providing a low energy release surface on a corrosive vent shaft.
The concrete was first primed prior to FluoroGrip ® installation. Inspection is facilitated by priming with Integument’s CP-300 Conductive Epoxy Primer. Traffic areas are protected by applying a chemical resistant topping.
4″ cap strips of 2 mil FluoroGrip ® – M (MFA), treated on two sides and laminated with acrylic adhesive, were used at the corners of the chute and where two sections of FluoroGrip ® – M (MFA) were butted against each other.
Layout and Installing 10-mil MFA Film
Since the film is non-toxic and does not emit fumes, the installer is not required to wear any protective equipment or clothing to install FluoroGrip ®.
No protective equipment needed
24″ rolls of 10 mil FluoroGrip ® – M (MFA), laminated with acrylic adhesive, were used to coat the 140 square foot surface.
FluoroGrip ® – M (MFA) is surface-treated MFA* fluoropolymer, optimized for bonding with our adhesives. FluoroGrip ® – M is a premium lining for corrosion protection under the most demanding conditions.
* MFA is a copolymer of tetrafluoroethylene and perfluoromethylvinylether. MFA is structurally and functionally similar to perfluoroalkoxy fluoropolymer (PFA).
FluoroGrip ® – E (ECTFE) Halar® is surface-treated ECTFE* fluoropolymer, optimized for bonding with our adhesives. FluoroGrip ® – E offers excellent chemical resistance and good gaseous barrier properties. It has excellent surface smoothness and resists abrasion.
*ECTFE is a copolymer of ethylene and chlorotrifluoroethylene.
Halar ® is a registered trademark of Ausimont-Solvay
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