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Protecting the integrity of the floor under a chemical process line requires the use of specialized products.  The EPOXY COAT™ 7000 AR is a very effective product but there are others on the market that may be more suited to your chemistry and process. To help us make the best recommendation, please click here and answer a few questions so we can learn more about your application.  Thank you.

Epoxy Coat™ 7000 AR

Description: An acid-resistant, room-temperature cured, 100% solids, epoxy coating 

Devcon 7000AR

Intended Use: Ideal coating for chemical storage tanks, dike walls, and containment areas where chemical resistance to acids are needed.

Product features:

High build (8-10 mils)

Superior resistance to concentrated acids (including 98% sulfuric)

Applies with brush or roller

Excellent adhesion to concrete surfaces

Novolac resin


Typical Physical Properties:

Technical data should be considered representative or typical only and should not be used for specification purposes.

Limitations: Not recommended for outdoor use

Surface Preparation:

For METAL SURFACES, use a wire brush or sandpaper to remover rust and scale from the surface to be protected.

Surfaces may be shot blasted or abraded using a wire wheel for best results. All dirt, grease, and old paint should be removed. A clean dry surface is essential for the best results.

Begin with a sound, clean, dry and roughened, oil-free application surface, as it is essential to the success and performance of this product.

Spot test surface by mixing a small quantity of the resin and hardener without the silica filler. Apply the compound to a small, clean test area. Old paint may wrinkle or lift. If it DOES NOT, wait five (5) days and test the bond strength by scraping surface with a sharp instrument. A pressure-sensitive tape test can also be used as follows: cut an “X” into surface and place tape firmly over the cut. Remove the tape with a hard, fast pull. If the coating fails either test, proceed with instructions for previously coated concrete (see below).

For NEW POURED CONCRETE, allow to fully cure (28 days @ 70°F)prior to application. Remove any curing membrane by sanding or etching with a strong detergent.

For OLD CONCRETE, thoroughly clean surface with a grease-cutting detergent to remove grease and oils, and remove any loose or unsound concrete by chipping, scarifying, shot blasting, sanding, or grinding. Proceed as for new poured concrete.

For PREVIOUSLY COATED CONCRETE, applications should be considered short term because the coating system is only as strong as its weakest component. Remove any peeling or degraded paint by sanding or using a paint stripper. For intact paint, thoroughly clean the surface with a strong detergent, then lightly sand to remove any gloss. Treat any areas worn down to the original concrete as bare concrete.

Cured 7 days @ 75° F

Application Coverage per Unit 200 sq.ft. @ 16mils (.016")

Application Temperature 60-90°F

Color Gray

Cure Hardness 85D

Cure Time 24 hrs

Cure Time - Full Chemical 10 days

Cure Time - Full Service 48 hrs

Functional Cure 24 hrs

Minimum Recoat Time @ 75F 4-6 hrs.

Mix Ratio 1.7:1 by wt./1.5:1 by volume

Mixed Viscosity 3,600 cps

Packaging 2 gal. /19 lbs.

Pot Life @ 75F 36 min.

Solids by Volume 100

Temperature Resistance Wet: 130°F; Dry: 200°F