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NSF/ANSI 61
Drinking Water System Components - Health Effects

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PPG Protective and Marine Coatings 
11605 Vimy Ridge Road
Alexander, AR 72002 
United States 
501-235-9148


Facility : # 2 USA

Protective (Barrier) Materials

    Water Water
  Water Contact Contact Contact
Trade Designation Size Restriction Temp Material

Coatings - Tank
95-172/95-178 Aquapon® Low Temperature Potable Water Epoxy Coating Ind. Gray[1] >= 1,000 gal CLD 23 EPOXY
95-172/95-178 Aquapon® Low Temperature Potable Water Epoxy Coating Ind. White[1] >= 1,000 gal. CLD 23 EPOXY
Amercoat 68MCZ[2] >= 500,000 gal. CLD 23 PUR

[1] Colors: Industrial White, industrial gray
    Number of Coats: 2-4
    Sequence of Coats: Any combination
    Maximum Field Use Dry Film Thickness (in mils): 18 (7 per coat maximum)
    Maximum Thinner: 10 oz/gal or 8%
    Recoat Cure Time and Temperature: 3 hours at 77°F
    Final Cure Time and Temperature: 7 days at 77°F
    Special Comments: Mix ratio of A:B is 1:1 by volume.
[2] Colors: Green, red
    Number of Coats: 1
    Maximum Field Use Dry Film Thickness (in mils): 4
    Max Thinner: None	
    Final Cure Time and Temperature: 7 days at 75°F
    Special Comments: Mix ratio by weight of A:B is 100:339 for red and 100:345 for green
    (as packaged). Certification is for use as a primer with any Certified PPG topcoat
    provided both primer and topcoat meet their individual Certified end uses.

Coatings - Fittings
95-172/95-178 Aquapon® Low Temperature Potable Water Epoxy Coating Ind. Gray[1] >= 1 1/2" CLD 23 EPOXY
95-172/95-178 Aquapon® Low Temperature Potable Water Epoxy Coating Ind. White[1] >= 1 1/2" CLD 23 EPOXY

[1] Colors: Industrial White, industrial gray
    Number of Coats: 2-4
    Sequence of Coats: Any combination
    Maximum Field Use Dry Film Thickness (in mils): 18 (7 per coat maximum)
    Maximum Thinner: 10 oz/gal or 8%
    Recoat Cure Time and Temperature: 3 hours at 77°F
    Final Cure Time and Temperature: 7 days at 77°F
    Special Comments: Mix ratio of A:B is 1:1 by volume.

Coatings - Valve
95-172/95-178 Aquapon® Low Temperature Potable Water Epoxy Coating Ind. Gray[1] >= 4" CLD 23 EPOXY
95-172/95-178 Aquapon® Low Temperature Potable Water Epoxy Coating Ind. White[1] >= 4" CLD 23 EPOXY

[1] Colors: Industrial White, industrial gray
    Number of Coats: 2-4
    Sequence of Coats: Any combination
    Maximum Field Use Dry Film Thickness (in mils): 18 (7 per coat maximum)
    Maximum Thinner: 10 oz/gal or 8%
    Recoat Cure Time and Temperature: 3 hours at 77°F
    Final Cure Time and Temperature: 7 days at 77°F
    Special Comments: Mix ratio of A:B is 1:1 by volume.

Coatings - Pipe
95-172/95-178 Aquapon® Low Temperature Potable Water Epoxy Coating Ind. Gray[1] >= 16" CLD 23 EPOXY
95-172/95-178 Aquapon® Low Temperature Potable Water Epoxy Coating Ind. White[1] >= 16" CLD 23 EPOXY

[1] Colors: Industrial White, industrial gray
    Number of Coats: 2-4
    Sequence of Coats: Any combination
    Maximum Field Use Dry Film Thickness (in mils): 18 (7 per coat maximum)
    Maximum Thinner: 10 oz/gal or 8%
    Recoat Cure Time and Temperature: 3 hours at 77°F
    Final Cure Time and Temperature: 7 days at 77°F
    Special Comments: Mix ratio of A:B is 1:1 by volume.



Facility : Alexander, AR

Protective (Barrier) Materials

    Water Water
  Water Contact Contact Contact
Trade Designation Size Restriction Temp Material

Coatings - Fittings
Amercoat 133[1] >= 4" CLD 23 EPOXY
Amercoat 133/Amercoat 333[2] >= 4" CLD 23 EPOXY

[1] Colors: Oxide red, white
    Number of Coats: 1-2
    Maximum Field Use Dry Film Thickness (in mils): 6 per coat; 10 total
    Recoat Cure Time and Temperature: 24 hours at 75°F
    Final Cure and Temperature: 14 days at 75°F
    Special Comments: Mix ratio of resin to cure is 4:1 by volume. Mix for 5 minutes, let
    stand for 10 minutes, then remix for 2-3 minutes before application. Scrape the sides of
    the can while mixing.
[2] Colors: Primer: Tank Primer Green, white; Topcoat: Buff, IM gray, off-white, tank pale
    blue
    Number of Coats: 2
    Sequence of Coats: 1. Amercoat 133 (primer) 2. Amercoat 333 (topcoat)
    Maximum Field Use Dry Film Thickness (in mils): 133: 4-8 per coat 333: 10-12 per coat;
    20 total for 133/333 system.
    Recoat Cure Time and Temperature: 24 hours at 75°F
    Final Cure Time and Temperature: 14 days at 75°F
    Special Comments: The mix ratio is 22 parts base to 3 parts cure by weight. Mix for 5
    minutes, let stand for 10 minutes, then remix for 2-3 minutes before application. Scrape
    the sides of the can while mixing.

Coatings - Pipe
Amercoat 133[1] >= 30" CLD 23 EPOXY
Amercoat 133/Amercoat 333[2] >= 12" CLD 23 EPOXY
Amerlock 2[3] >= 48" CLD 23 EPOXY
Novaguard 810[4] [5] CLD 23 EPOXY
Novaguard 840[13] >= 12" CLD 23 EPOXY
Novaguard 840 Filler[14] [15] CLD 23 EPOXY

[1] Colors: Oxide red, white
    Number of Coats: 1-2
    Maximum Field Use Dry Film Thickness (in mils): 6 per coat; 10 total
    Recoat Cure Time and Temperature: 24 hours at 75°F
    Final Cure and Temperature: 14 days at 75°F
    Special Comments: Mix ratio of resin to cure is 4:1 by volume. Mix for 5 minutes, let
    stand for 10 minutes, then remix for 2-3 minutes before application. Scrape the sides of
    the can while mixing.
[2] Colors: Primer: Tank Primer Green, white; Topcoat: Buff, IM gray, off-white, tank pale
    blue
    Number of Coats: 2
    Sequence of Coats: 1. Amercoat 133 (primer) 2. Amercoat 333 (topcoat)
    Maximum Field Use Dry Film Thickness (in mils): 133: 4-8 per coat 333: 10-12 per coat;
    20 total for 133/333 system.
    Recoat Cure Time and Temperature: 24 hours at 75°F
    Final Cure Time and Temperature: 14 days at 75°F
    Special Comments: The mix ratio is 22 parts base to 3 parts cure by weight. Mix for 5
    minutes, let stand for 10 minutes, then remix for 2-3 minutes before application. Scrape
    the sides of the can while mixing.
[3] Colors:  Ivory, medium gray, oxide red, RT 1805 blue, white
    Number of Coats:  2-4
    Sequence of Coats:  Any combination of Listed colors
    Maximum Field Use Dry Film Thickness (in mils): 8 per coat; 18 total
    Maximum Thinner:  12% Amercoat #65 by volume; 12% Amercoat #8 by volume (alternate)
    Recoat Cure Time and Temperature:  24 hours at 72ºF
    Final Cure Time and Temperature: 10 days at 72°F for all end uses except tank >= 250,000
    gallons which has a final cure of 7 days at 72ºF
    Special Comments: Use of Amercoat #8 thinner is limited to tanks of 250,000 gallons of
    greater.Mix ratio of base:cure is 1:1 by volume or 1.1:1 by weight.
[4] Number of Coats: 1-2
    Maximum Field Use Dry Film Thickness (in mils): 30
    Recoat Cure Time and Temperature: 24 hours at 70°F
    Final Cure Time and Temperature: 72 hours at 77°F (Tanks >= 500 gal., Pipe >= 14", Valve
    >=2"), 10 days at 40°F (Tanks >= 250,000 gal., Valve >=1/2")
    Special Comments: Mix ratio of base to hardener (Part A:Part B) is 4:1 by volume.
[5] Certified for tanks >= 500 gallons, pipe >=14", and valves >=2" with a final cure of 72
    hours @ 77º F and tanks >= 250,000 gallons and valves >=1/22" with a final cure of 10
    days at 40º F.
[13] Colors: Cream, Green
     Number of Coats:  1-2
     Maximum field use dry film thickness (in mils): 30
     Recoat cure time and temperature: 24 hours at 70°F
     Final cure time and temperature: 72 hours at 70°F
     Special Comments: Mix ratio of base to hardener is 4:1 by volume
     
[14] Colors: Cream, Green
     Number of Coats: 1
     Maximum field use dry film thickness (in mils): 80
     Final cure time and temperature: 72 hours at 70°F
     Special Comments:  Novaguard 840: Mix ratio of base to hardener is 4:1 by volume.  Mix
     for 5 minutes, let stand for 10 minutes, then remix for 2-3 minutes before application. 
     Scrape the sides of the can while mixing.  After mixing Novaguard 840, add Amercoat 884
     up to 1 pound per gallon."					
     					
     					
     					
     
     
[15] Certified for a maximum of 25% of the surface area of a 500 gallon tank and greater and
     12" pipe and greater.

Coatings - Pump
Amerlock 2[3] >= 4" CLD 23 EPOXY

[3] Colors:  Ivory, medium gray, oxide red, RT 1805 blue, white
    Number of Coats:  2-4
    Sequence of Coats:  Any combination of Listed colors
    Maximum Field Use Dry Film Thickness (in mils): 8 per coat; 18 total
    Maximum Thinner:  12% Amercoat #65 by volume; 12% Amercoat #8 by volume (alternate)
    Recoat Cure Time and Temperature:  24 hours at 72ºF
    Final Cure Time and Temperature: 10 days at 72°F for all end uses except tank >= 250,000
    gallons which has a final cure of 7 days at 72ºF
    Special Comments: Use of Amercoat #8 thinner is limited to tanks of 250,000 gallons of
    greater.Mix ratio of base:cure is 1:1 by volume or 1.1:1 by weight.

Coatings - Tank
Novaguard 840 Filler[14] [15] CLD 23 EPOXY
Amercoat 133[1] >= 50 gal. CLD 23 EPOXY
Amercoat 133/Amercoat 333[2] >= 500 gal. CLD 23 EPOXY
Amercoat 133 + 884 Additive[6] [7] CLD 23 EPOXY
Amerlock 2[3] >= 2000 gal. CLD 23 EPOXY
Amercoat 68HS[8] >= 50,000 gal CLD 23 EPOXY
Amercoat 68PW[8] >= 50,000 gal CLD 23 EPOXY
Novaguard 810[4] [5] CLD 23 EPOXY
Novaguard 840[13] >= 500 gal. CLD 23 EPOXY

[1] Colors: Oxide red, white
    Number of Coats: 1-2
    Maximum Field Use Dry Film Thickness (in mils): 6 per coat; 10 total
    Recoat Cure Time and Temperature: 24 hours at 75°F
    Final Cure and Temperature: 14 days at 75°F
    Special Comments: Mix ratio of resin to cure is 4:1 by volume. Mix for 5 minutes, let
    stand for 10 minutes, then remix for 2-3 minutes before application. Scrape the sides of
    the can while mixing.
[2] Colors: Primer: Tank Primer Green, white; Topcoat: Buff, IM gray, off-white, tank pale
    blue
    Number of Coats: 2
    Sequence of Coats: 1. Amercoat 133 (primer) 2. Amercoat 333 (topcoat)
    Maximum Field Use Dry Film Thickness (in mils): 133: 4-8 per coat 333: 10-12 per coat;
    20 total for 133/333 system.
    Recoat Cure Time and Temperature: 24 hours at 75°F
    Final Cure Time and Temperature: 14 days at 75°F
    Special Comments: The mix ratio is 22 parts base to 3 parts cure by weight. Mix for 5
    minutes, let stand for 10 minutes, then remix for 2-3 minutes before application. Scrape
    the sides of the can while mixing.
[3] Colors:  Ivory, medium gray, oxide red, RT 1805 blue, white
    Number of Coats:  2-4
    Sequence of Coats:  Any combination of Listed colors
    Maximum Field Use Dry Film Thickness (in mils): 8 per coat; 18 total
    Maximum Thinner:  12% Amercoat #65 by volume; 12% Amercoat #8 by volume (alternate)
    Recoat Cure Time and Temperature:  24 hours at 72ºF
    Final Cure Time and Temperature: 10 days at 72°F for all end uses except tank >= 250,000
    gallons which has a final cure of 7 days at 72ºF
    Special Comments: Use of Amercoat #8 thinner is limited to tanks of 250,000 gallons of
    greater.Mix ratio of base:cure is 1:1 by volume or 1.1:1 by weight.
[4] Number of Coats: 1-2
    Maximum Field Use Dry Film Thickness (in mils): 30
    Recoat Cure Time and Temperature: 24 hours at 70°F
    Final Cure Time and Temperature: 72 hours at 77°F (Tanks >= 500 gal., Pipe >= 14", Valve
    >=2"), 10 days at 40°F (Tanks >= 250,000 gal., Valve >=1/2")
    Special Comments: Mix ratio of base to hardener (Part A:Part B) is 4:1 by volume.
[5] Certified for tanks >= 500 gallons, pipe >=14", and valves >=2" with a final cure of 72
    hours @ 77º F and tanks >= 250,000 gallons and valves >=1/22" with a final cure of 10
    days at 40º F.
[6] Number of Coats: 1
    Maximum Field Use Dry Film Thickness (in mils): 10 dry film thickness in a skim coat
    over pitted steel
    Maximum Thinner: None
    Final Cure Time and Temperature: 7 days at 70ºF (>=250,000 gallon tank), 10 days at 70ºF
    (< 250,000 gallons)
    Special Comments: Amercoat 133: Mix ratio of resin to cure is 4:1 by volume. Mix for 5
    minutes, let stand for 10 minutes, then remix for 2-3 minutes before application. Scrape
    the sides of the can while mixing. After mixing Amercoat 133, add Amercoat 884 at up to
    0.5 lb. per gallon.
[7] Certified for a maximum of 10% of the surface area of a 500 gallon tank.
[8] Colors: Reddish Gray, Green
    Number of coats: 1
    Sequence of coats: Primer
    Maximum field use dry film thickness: 4 mils
    Maximum thinner: 6% Amercoat 65
    Final Cure Time and temperature: 8 hours at 75°F
    Special comments: Mix ratio is 3.02:1.00:13.01 (Part A:PartB:Powder) by weight. Any
    certified PPG top coat may be used provided both primer and top
    coat meet their individual Certified end uses.
[13] Colors: Cream, Green
     Number of Coats:  1-2
     Maximum field use dry film thickness (in mils): 30
     Recoat cure time and temperature: 24 hours at 70°F
     Final cure time and temperature: 72 hours at 70°F
     Special Comments: Mix ratio of base to hardener is 4:1 by volume
     
[14] Colors: Cream, Green
     Number of Coats: 1
     Maximum field use dry film thickness (in mils): 80
     Final cure time and temperature: 72 hours at 70°F
     Special Comments:  Novaguard 840: Mix ratio of base to hardener is 4:1 by volume.  Mix
     for 5 minutes, let stand for 10 minutes, then remix for 2-3 minutes before application. 
     Scrape the sides of the can while mixing.  After mixing Novaguard 840, add Amercoat 884
     up to 1 pound per gallon."					
     					
     					
     					
     
     
[15] Certified for a maximum of 25% of the surface area of a 500 gallon tank and greater and
     12" pipe and greater.

Coatings - Valve
Amercoat 133[1] >= 4" CLD 23 EPOXY
Amercoat 133/Amercoat 333[2] >= 4" CLD 23 EPOXY
Amerlock 2[3] >= 6" CLD 23 EPOXY
Amercoat 370[9] >= 4" CLD 23 EPOXY
Amerlock 400[10] >= 6" CLD 23 EPOXY
Novaguard 810[4] [5] CLD 23 EPOXY
Novaguard 840[13] >= 1/2" CLD 23 EPOXY

[1] Colors: Oxide red, white
    Number of Coats: 1-2
    Maximum Field Use Dry Film Thickness (in mils): 6 per coat; 10 total
    Recoat Cure Time and Temperature: 24 hours at 75°F
    Final Cure and Temperature: 14 days at 75°F
    Special Comments: Mix ratio of resin to cure is 4:1 by volume. Mix for 5 minutes, let
    stand for 10 minutes, then remix for 2-3 minutes before application. Scrape the sides of
    the can while mixing.
[2] Colors: Primer: Tank Primer Green, white; Topcoat: Buff, IM gray, off-white, tank pale
    blue
    Number of Coats: 2
    Sequence of Coats: 1. Amercoat 133 (primer) 2. Amercoat 333 (topcoat)
    Maximum Field Use Dry Film Thickness (in mils): 133: 4-8 per coat 333: 10-12 per coat;
    20 total for 133/333 system.
    Recoat Cure Time and Temperature: 24 hours at 75°F
    Final Cure Time and Temperature: 14 days at 75°F
    Special Comments: The mix ratio is 22 parts base to 3 parts cure by weight. Mix for 5
    minutes, let stand for 10 minutes, then remix for 2-3 minutes before application. Scrape
    the sides of the can while mixing.
[3] Colors:  Ivory, medium gray, oxide red, RT 1805 blue, white
    Number of Coats:  2-4
    Sequence of Coats:  Any combination of Listed colors
    Maximum Field Use Dry Film Thickness (in mils): 8 per coat; 18 total
    Maximum Thinner:  12% Amercoat #65 by volume; 12% Amercoat #8 by volume (alternate)
    Recoat Cure Time and Temperature:  24 hours at 72ºF
    Final Cure Time and Temperature: 10 days at 72°F for all end uses except tank >= 250,000
    gallons which has a final cure of 7 days at 72ºF
    Special Comments: Use of Amercoat #8 thinner is limited to tanks of 250,000 gallons of
    greater.Mix ratio of base:cure is 1:1 by volume or 1.1:1 by weight.
[4] Number of Coats: 1-2
    Maximum Field Use Dry Film Thickness (in mils): 30
    Recoat Cure Time and Temperature: 24 hours at 70°F
    Final Cure Time and Temperature: 72 hours at 77°F (Tanks >= 500 gal., Pipe >= 14", Valve
    >=2"), 10 days at 40°F (Tanks >= 250,000 gal., Valve >=1/2")
    Special Comments: Mix ratio of base to hardener (Part A:Part B) is 4:1 by volume.
[5] Certified for tanks >= 500 gallons, pipe >=14", and valves >=2" with a final cure of 72
    hours @ 77º F and tanks >= 250,000 gallons and valves >=1/22" with a final cure of 10
    days at 40º F.
[9] Colors: Black, light buff, oxide red, milliken blue, white
    Number of Coats: 2-4
    Maximum Field Use Dry Film Thickness (in mils): 24
    Maximum Thinner: 12.5% Amercoat #65 Thinner
    Recoat Cure Time and Temperature: 0.5 hours at 23°C
    Final Cure Time and Temperature: 7 days at 23°C
    Special Comments: Mix ratio of base:cure is 4:1 by volume.
[10] Colors: Ivory, medium gray, oxide red, RT-1805, white
     Number of Coats: 2-4
     Sequence of Coats: Any combination of Listed colors
     Maximum Field Use Dry Film Thickness (in mils): 6 per coat; 18 total
     Maximum Thinner: 12.5% Amercoat #65 by volume
     Recoat Cure Time and Temperature: 24 hours at 75°F
     Final Cure Time and Temperature: 7 days at 75°F
     Special Comments: Mix ratio of base:cure is 1:1 by volume.
[13] Colors: Cream, Green
     Number of Coats:  1-2
     Maximum field use dry film thickness (in mils): 30
     Recoat cure time and temperature: 24 hours at 70°F
     Final cure time and temperature: 72 hours at 70°F
     Special Comments: Mix ratio of base to hardener is 4:1 by volume
     

Primers[11] [12]
Sigmaweld 199 US >= 900 gal. CLD 23 ZINC

[11] This primer may be used with any Certified PPG topcoat provided both primer and topcoat
     meet their individual Certified end uses.
[12] Colors: Green
     Number of Coats: 1
     Maximum Field Use Dry Film Thickness (in mils): 1 
     Maximum Thinner: None
     Recoat Cure Time and Temperature: Not Applicable
     Final Cure Time and Temperature: Primer (cure before application of topcoat) - 7 days at
     ambient temperature (20°C)
     Special Comments: Mix ratio of binder:paste is 2:1 by volume. Apply to steel substrate.



Facility : Houston, TX

Protective (Barrier) Materials

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  Water Contact Contact Contact
Trade Designation Size Restriction Temp Material

Coatings - Pipe[1]
Amerlock® 2 VOC >= 36" CLD 23 EPOXY

[1] Colors: Pearl Gray, White and Buff
    Number of Coats: 2-3
    Maximum Field Use Dry Film Thickness (in mils):  18 (4-6 per coat)
    Maximum Thinner: 7.5% PPG 97-739
    Recoat Cure Time and Temperature: 24 hours at 70°F
    Final Cure Time and Temperature: 7 days at 70°F
    Special Comments: Mix ratio of Base:Cure is 1:1 by volume.  Induction period is 12
    minutes.

Coatings - Tank[1]
Amerlock® 2 VOC >= 50,000 gal. CLD 23 EPOXY

[1] Colors: Pearl Gray, White and Buff
    Number of Coats: 2-3
    Maximum Field Use Dry Film Thickness (in mils):  18 (4-6 per coat)
    Maximum Thinner: 7.5% PPG 97-739
    Recoat Cure Time and Temperature: 24 hours at 70°F
    Final Cure Time and Temperature: 7 days at 70°F
    Special Comments: Mix ratio of Base:Cure is 1:1 by volume.  Induction period is 12
    minutes.


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