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NSF/ANSI/CAN 61
Drinking Water System Components - Health Effects

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QuakeWrap, Inc. 
6840 South Tucson Boulevard
Tucson, AZ 85756 
United States 
800-782-5397 
520-791-7000
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Facility : Tucson, AZ

Protective (Barrier) Materials

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Coatings - Tank [G]
QuakeWrap™[1] >= 5,000 gal CLD 23 FRP

[1] Coating Details: 
    
    First Layer: 
    
    QuakeBond™ J300SR Part A + QuakeBond™ J300SR Part B + Aerosil 200 (Tack Coat)
    Mix ratio (Silica:Resin) : 1:1: by volume
    Mix ratio (A:B): 2:1 by volume (or 100:44 by weight)
    Number of Coats: 1
    Maximum Dry Film Thickness (mils): 40
    Cure Time and temperature (before second layer): None
    
    Second Layer: 
    
    QuakeBond™ J300SR Part A + QuakeBond™ J300SR Part B (Saturating Resin)
    Mix ratio (A:B): 2:1 by volume (or 100:43 by weight)
    Saturation rate of QuakeWrap™ carbon fabric is maximum 50% by volume of saturating
    resin, i.e. [vol. of resin/vol. of resin and fabric] <= 0.5
    Coats: 1
    Maximum Dry Film Thickness (mils): 50
    
    Final cure time and temperature after final layer of saturated fabric is applied: 72
    hours @ Ambient temperature. The use of portable heaters is required to achieve this
    cure temperature. 
    
    Product shall be flushed for 1 hour at 10 gallons per minute prior to use. 
    
    Maximum Total Dry Film Thickness (mils): 90
    
    Pipe end use: Certified for use on new pipes.
[G] Product is Certified to NSF/ANSI 372 and conforms with the lead content requirements for
    “lead free” plumbing as defined by California, Vermont, Maryland, and Louisiana state
    laws and the U.S. Safe Drinking Water Act.

    

Coatings - Pipe [G]
QuakeWrap™[1] >=8" CLD 23 FRP
StifPipe™ >=8" CLD 23 FRP

[1] Coating Details: 
    
    First Layer: 
    
    QuakeBond™ J300SR Part A + QuakeBond™ J300SR Part B + Aerosil 200 (Tack Coat)
    Mix ratio (Silica:Resin) : 1:1: by volume
    Mix ratio (A:B): 2:1 by volume (or 100:44 by weight)
    Number of Coats: 1
    Maximum Dry Film Thickness (mils): 40
    Cure Time and temperature (before second layer): None
    
    Second Layer: 
    
    QuakeBond™ J300SR Part A + QuakeBond™ J300SR Part B (Saturating Resin)
    Mix ratio (A:B): 2:1 by volume (or 100:43 by weight)
    Saturation rate of QuakeWrap™ carbon fabric is maximum 50% by volume of saturating
    resin, i.e. [vol. of resin/vol. of resin and fabric] <= 0.5
    Coats: 1
    Maximum Dry Film Thickness (mils): 50
    
    Final cure time and temperature after final layer of saturated fabric is applied: 72
    hours @ Ambient temperature. The use of portable heaters is required to achieve this
    cure temperature. 
    
    Product shall be flushed for 1 hour at 10 gallons per minute prior to use. 
    
    Maximum Total Dry Film Thickness (mils): 90
    
    Pipe end use: Certified for use on new pipes.
[G] Product is Certified to NSF/ANSI 372 and conforms with the lead content requirements for
    “lead free” plumbing as defined by California, Vermont, Maryland, and Louisiana state
    laws and the U.S. Safe Drinking Water Act.

    


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