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Item # HPL-4323, 4323 High Performance Lining

General Description
DUROMAR HPL-4323 is a flexible version of the HPL-4320 used for secondary containment, ductwork or anywhere requiring better flexibility with extremely good chemical resistance.

Chemical Description
Multi-functional epoxy with a uniquely modified cycloaliphatic amine hardener.

Components2
Visual AppearanceHigh Gloss
Density1.29
Solids by Weight100 percentage
pH Range0.5 - 14.0
Inorganic AcidsExcellent
Organic AcidsVery Good
AlkalisExcellent
SolventsVery Good
HydrocarbonsExcellent
Max. Dry Operating Temperature350 ºF
Functional Cure72 hours
Full Cure168 hours
Repair SystemEXP
Surface PrepSSPC-5
AdhesionExcellent
FlexibilityGood
Pot Life at 70 ºF35 min.
EquipmentBrush, Roller, Plural Component
Number of Coats2 - 3
Theoretical Coverage Per Gallon40 mil. sq. ft.
Film Thickness Per Coat10 mils min.
30 mils max.
Maximum DFT60 mils
Recoat Time at 70 ºF48 hours max.
6 hours min.
Min. Application Temperature65 ºF
Mixing Ratio by Weight3:1 (B/A)
Mixing Ratio by Volume2:1 (B/A)
Dry to Touch6 hours
Force Curing
Force cures are recommended for severe service conditions as both physical and chemical properties are enhanced. Force curing should not start until material has firmly set. Contact DUROMAR for specific instructions.
StorageThis product has a minimum shelf life of one year when stored in a dry area at 50 ºF - 100 ºF in the original sealed container.
Handling and Safety
Warning Eye and skin irritant. May cause dermatitis and sensitization.

Always read and understand the product MSDS.

Avoid contact with eyes, skin or clothing. Avoid breathing vapor, mist or spray. Use with good ventilation.

First Aid
In case of contact:
Eyes: Immediately flush with water for at least 15 minutes.
Skin: Immediately remove from skin with dry cloth followed by thorough washing with soap and water.
Inhalation: Remove to fresh air. If breathing is difficult, give oxygen.
Ingestion: Give large quantity of milk or water, induce vomiting. Contact a physician immediately.