Product Data: #202.3
Effective October 2013
National Stock Number
Technical Data Sheets | FLUID FILM BEW (white)
Fluid Film Gel BEW is a permanently soft, anti-corrosive gel coating for large metal surfaces such as tanks, structures, etc., where a permanent soft coating is not objectionable. It is specifically formulated to resist the degrading action of sunlight, and is not for use on surfaces which will have a temperature in service of over 158° F (70°C).
FLUID FILM Gel BEW Details
New Construction: No sandblasting required. Remove any loose mill scale. Clean up all debris. If surface has been shipped primed with inorganic zinc, do not coat until the zinc has been cured a minimum of 30 days.
In Service Equipment: No sandblasting required. Remove flaking rust and peeling paint. Break all blisters larger than 25mm (one inch). Remove all standing water. Clean up all debris and silt. May be applied over tightly adhering rust.Residual bitumastic and asphalt coatings must be removed to leave a thickness of no more than 50 microns (0.002 inches). If surface is heavily scaled, consult your Eureka representative. For further details, see Technical Bulletin #202.4.
Airless spray, roller, brush.
Alemite 7896 pump (22/1 ratio) or equal, and a flow gun. See Technical Bulletin #202.1.
Under extreme cold conditions, storage of material in a warm room will facilitate application.
Typical Coverage per drum
250²m (2750 ft²) at 0.80 mm (0.030 inches) thickness for mild exposure to 163m² (1760 ft²) at 1.18mm (0.050 inches) thickness for very severe exposure.
Scrape off excess then wash with hot water and mild detergent or any commercial degreaser.
Number of Coats
None. Equipment may be used immediately after coating.
0.914 - 0.924
Color Munsell System (ASTM-D1535)
White (BEW) 2.5 Y9/2 or Lighter
Flash Point ASTM-D92 Cleveland Open Cup
Unworked penetration (ASTM-D217)
Less than 10-9 mho/cm @ 1M Hz
Effect on Rubber ASTM-D471 @ 1450F, 70 hours
None on neoprene and buna-n. May cause swelling on non oil-resistant rubber goods.
Effect on Aluminum
Dropping point ASTM-D566
96C (205F). This value is given for information purposes only and is not to be constructed as a recommendation for maximum temperature use.
Note 1: When welding on areas coated with FLUID FILM®, wipe material back a a distance of 0.70-1.5 metres (2-4 feet) from where hot work is to be performed. See Technical Bulletin #202.2
All components of FLUID FILM® GEL BEW are listed on the TSCA Inventory.
KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN.
This document is subject to revision without notice.