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

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Professional Coating Technologies, Inc. 
1001 Mount Lebanon Road
Cedar Hill, TX 75104 
United States 
972-291-7474
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Facility : Cedar Hill, TX

Protective (Barrier) Materials

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Trade Designation Size Restriction Temp Material

Coatings - Fittings
MOS-50-OD/ID[1] 3/4" - 64" CLD 23 ASPH
MPFC-S.5™[2] 3/4" - 64" CLD 23 ASPH

[1] Number of Coats: 1-4
    Maximum Field Use Dry Film Thickness (in mils): 8 mils wet film thickness (approximately
    5 mils dry film thickness)
    Maximum Thinner: Thinning is not required.
    Recoat Cure Time and Temperature: At 70°F or higher, product may be immediately
    recoated.
    Final Cure Time and Temperature: 7 days at 70°C
    Special Comments: Heat the paint to 120-145°F prior to application. Maintain adequate
    air circulation and ventilation during curing period. Atomized air drying system is
    highly recommended. Apply paint onto the pipe substrate with a minimum coating
    temperature of 145°F. Flush wash the pipe until the water meets AWWA standards, or flush
    wash the pipe with running water for 10 hours.
[2] Number of Coats: 1 	
    Maximum Field Use Dry Film Thickness (in mils): 5 (8 wet mils)
    Final Cure Time and Temperature: 24 hours at 70°F
    Special Comments: The substrate should be between 60°F and 180°F prior to coating
    application.  The emulsion should be preheated to 70°F to 120°F before application.

Coatings - Pipe
MOS-50-OD/ID[1] 3/4" - 64" CLD 23 ASPH
MPFC-S.5™[2] 3/4" - 64" CLD 23 ASPH

[1] Number of Coats: 1-4
    Maximum Field Use Dry Film Thickness (in mils): 8 mils wet film thickness (approximately
    5 mils dry film thickness)
    Maximum Thinner: Thinning is not required.
    Recoat Cure Time and Temperature: At 70°F or higher, product may be immediately
    recoated.
    Final Cure Time and Temperature: 7 days at 70°C
    Special Comments: Heat the paint to 120-145°F prior to application. Maintain adequate
    air circulation and ventilation during curing period. Atomized air drying system is
    highly recommended. Apply paint onto the pipe substrate with a minimum coating
    temperature of 145°F. Flush wash the pipe until the water meets AWWA standards, or flush
    wash the pipe with running water for 10 hours.
[2] Number of Coats: 1 	
    Maximum Field Use Dry Film Thickness (in mils): 5 (8 wet mils)
    Final Cure Time and Temperature: 24 hours at 70°F
    Special Comments: The substrate should be between 60°F and 180°F prior to coating
    application.  The emulsion should be preheated to 70°F to 120°F before application.

Coatings - Valve
MOS-50-OD/ID[1] 3/4" - 64" CLD 23 ASPH
MPFC-S.5™[2] 3/4" - 64" CLD 23 ASPH

[1] Number of Coats: 1-4
    Maximum Field Use Dry Film Thickness (in mils): 8 mils wet film thickness (approximately
    5 mils dry film thickness)
    Maximum Thinner: Thinning is not required.
    Recoat Cure Time and Temperature: At 70°F or higher, product may be immediately
    recoated.
    Final Cure Time and Temperature: 7 days at 70°C
    Special Comments: Heat the paint to 120-145°F prior to application. Maintain adequate
    air circulation and ventilation during curing period. Atomized air drying system is
    highly recommended. Apply paint onto the pipe substrate with a minimum coating
    temperature of 145°F. Flush wash the pipe until the water meets AWWA standards, or flush
    wash the pipe with running water for 10 hours.
[2] Number of Coats: 1 	
    Maximum Field Use Dry Film Thickness (in mils): 5 (8 wet mils)
    Final Cure Time and Temperature: 24 hours at 70°F
    Special Comments: The substrate should be between 60°F and 180°F prior to coating
    application.  The emulsion should be preheated to 70°F to 120°F before application.


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