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Hybrid Technical SummaryGeneral Specifications DuPont introduced epoxy-polyester hybrid powders into the United States in the mid-70s. Hybrid powders provide aneconomical alternative to epoxies that are an excellent general purpose interior coating. Designed for decorative end serviceapplications where exterior durability is not a requirement, hybrid chemistries will chalk and fade upon exposure to ultravioletrays because of the epoxy component. However, the polyester component contributes to better resistance to yellowing uponoverbake than typical epoxy chemistries.Hybrid powders can be formulated to provide superior charging capabilities, first-pass transfer efficiency, and Faraday cage area penetration. Some DuPont hybrids have food-contact utility (FDA), and have many formal recognitions fromUnderwriters Laboratories, Caterpillar , and computer companies.Typical Performance Properties Physical performance results were measured using 24-gauge Bonderite 1000 Parolen 60 steel panels with 1.5 - 2.0 mils of ahigh gloss formulation. Heavier ware require longer cure times or higher temperatures. Low gloss or textured finishes mayrequire longer cure times. Physical properties typically decrease with decreasing gloss. Since results are formulationdependent, product specific testing is recommended.Typical Film Thickness1.5-6.0 milsCure SchedulesF-cure20 minutes at 350º15 minutes at 375º10 minutes at 400º8 minutes at 425ºFFFFL-cure20 minutes at 275º15 minutes at 300º10 minutes at 325º8 minutes at 350ºFFFFOverbake StabilityA hybrid powder will withstand twice the recommended cure time without discoloration.Adhesion (ASTM D-3359, Method B)Using pressure sensitive tape, no coating is lifted or removed between 1/8" cross-hatch scribes. (Rating 5B).Pencil Hardness (ASTM D-3363)Using Eagle Turquoise pencil leads, surface hardness ranges from H to 2H.Impact Resistance (Modified ASTM D-2794)Using a falling weight impact tester, the film surface withstands up to 160 inch lbs. of direct and reverse impact.Flexibility, Mandrel (Modified ASTM D-522)The film surface withstands a 180º bend over a 1/8" diameter with no loss of adhesion or surface cracking.Abrasion Resistance (Modified ASTM D-4060)Coating weight loss after 1,000 cycles of Taber abraser equipped with CS-10 wheels loaded to 1 kg per wheel isapproximately 40-60 mg.The miracles of scienceTM

Hybrid Technical SummaryCorrosion and Chemical Performance PropertiesSalt Spray Resistance (ASTM B-117)Scribed Bonderite 1000 steel panels in a 5% salt fog at 95º F and 100% relative humidity, exhibit no undercutting, rusting, orblistering of the film after 500 hours of exposure. After 1,000 hours, there is less than 1/16" undercutting. No effect is shown onAlodine 1200 aluminum panels.Chemical and Solvent ResistanceAfter ambient temperature immersion in the listed solvent or reagent, the following results were reported for hybridformulations. *Verification of resistance properties should be made for each chemical proposed for use with a specific coating,as results can vary greatly depending on formulation. Specific test results or additional testing can be acquired upon request.SOLUTION1 MONTH3 MONTHS6 MONTHS12 MONTHS0.1% ChlorineNo EffectNo EffectNo EffectNo EffectAnti-Freeze(50% Ethylene Glycol)No EffectNo EffectNo EffectNo Effect87 Octane UnleadedGasolineNo EffectDulls, SoftensDulls, SoftensDulls, Softens15% Hydrochloric AcidNo EffectNo Effect*No EffectDulls Textures*No EffectDiscolors, Dulls Textures40% Hydrochloric AcidNo Effect*No EffectDiscolors, Dulls Textures*No EffectDiscolors, Dulls Textures*No EffectDiscolors, Dulls Textures15% Sulfuric Acid*No EffectOxidizes Metallics*No EffectOxidizes Metallics*No EffectTest Terminated on MetallicsNo Effect40% Sulfuric Acid*No EffectOxidizes Metallics*No EffectOxidizes Metallics*No EffectTest Terminated on MetallicsNo EffectIsopropyl AlcoholNo EffectDulls, SoftensDulls, SoftensDulls, SoftensAcetoneDulls, Softens - 1 hourTest Terminated - 1 hourMethyl Ethyl KetoneDulls, Softens - 1 hourTest Terminated - 1 hourBrake Fluid D.O.T. Type 3Dulls, Softens - 1 hourTest Terminated - 1 week to 1 monthDow Oven CleanerDulls, SwellsTest Terminated - 1 to 3 months* Since hybrid formulations may contain ingredients which enhance or detract from chemical resistance, performance hasbeen summarized in general terms for this chemistry. This chart is intented as a general guide for chemical resistance.WARRANTY POLICY: DuPont Powder Coatings U.S.A., Inc. (Seller) certifies that all coatings delivered to purchaser in unopened factory-filled containers meet all pertinent quality standardspresented in its current published literature. Since matters of surface preparation, application procedures, curing procedures and other local factors that affect coating performance arebeyond Seller’s control. Seller assumes no liability for coating failure other than to supply replacement material for a coating material proven to be defective. Do not use this product untilthe current Material Safety Data Sheet has been read and is fully understood. Seller will not be liable for any injuries, damages or other losses derived, directly or indirectly, from or as aconsequence of purchaser’s use of the product. Purchaser will determine suitability of this product for its use and thereby assume all risks and liabilities in connection therewith. (DUPONTPOWDER COATINGS U.S.A., INC DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER WARRANTIES RELATING TO ITS PRODUCTS, AND DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES RELATING TO THEIR APPLICATION, EXPRESSEDOR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSES)The miracles of scienceDuPont Powder Coatings USA 9800 Genard Rd Houston, TX 77041 Ph.1.800.247.3886 www.dupontpowder.comTM

Tgic-polyester Technical SummaryGeneral Specifications DuPont introduced TGIC-polyester powders into the United States in the late 70s. TGIC-polyester powders are designed fordecorative and protective end service applications where exterior durability is a requirement. Recent enhancements haveprovided premium durability TGIC-polyester grade powders that withstand South Florida weathering exposures beyond fiveyears. Premium durability coatings are available upon request.TGIC-polyester powders can be formulated to provide very good chemical and solvent resistance, Faraday cage penetration, out-gas resistance caused by substrate porosity, and scratch and mar resistance. Many Alesta TGIC-polyesters have a variety of formal recognitions from Underwriters Laboratories, Caterpillar , and automotive companies.Typical Performance Properties Physical performance results were measured using 24-gauge Bonderite 1000 Parcolene 60 steel panels with 1.5 - 2.0 mils of ahigh gloss formulation. Heavier ware require longer cure times or higher temperatures. Low gloss or textured finishes mayrequire longer cure times. Physical properties typically decrease with decreasing gloss. Since results are formulationdependent, product specific testing is recommended.Typical Film Thickness1.5-6.0 milsCure SchedulesF-cure20 minutes at 350º F15 minutes at 375º F10 minutes at 400º F8 minutes at 425º FL-cure20 minutes at 300º F15 minutes at 350º F7 minutes at 375º F5 minutes at 400º FOverbake StabilityTGIC-polyesters can withstand three times the recommended cure time without discoloration.Dielectric PropertiesTypical values equal 700 - 1,000 volts per mil for films up to 10 mils.ReflectanceUnshaded white TGIC-polyester powders can provide reflectance values (Y-value) of 90 and greater.Adhesion (ASTM D-3359, Method B)Using pressure sensitive tape, no coating is lifted or removed between 1/8" cross-hatch scribes. (Rating 5B).Pencil Hardness (ASTM D-3363)Using Eagle Turquoise pencil leads, surface hardness ranges from H to 2H.Impact Resistance (Modified ASTM D-2794)Using a falling weight impact tester, the film surface withstands up to 160 inch lbs. of direct and reverse impact.Flexibility, Mandrel (Modified ASTM D-522)The film surface withstands a 180º bend over a 1/8" diameter with no loss of adhesion or surface cracking.Abrasion Resistance (Modified ASTM D-4060)Coating weight loss after 1,000 cycles of Taber abraser equipped with CS-10 wheels loaded to 1 kg per wheel isapproximately 40-60 mg.The miracles of scienceTM

Tgic-polyester Technical SummaryCorrosion and Chemical Performance PropertiesSalt Spray Resistance (ASTM B-117)Scribed Bonderite 1000 steel panels in a 5% salt fog at 95º F and 100% relative humidity, exhibit no undercutting of the filmafter 500 hours exposure. No rusting or blistering occurs on panel face away from scribe. After 1,000 hours there is less than1/16" undercutting. Alodine 1200 aluminum panels show no effect after 1,000 hours.Chemical and Solvent ResistanceAfter ambient temperature immersion in the listed solvent or reagent, the following results were reported for TGIC-polyesterformulations. *Verification of resistance properties should be made for each chemical proposed for use with a specific coating,as results can vary greatly depending on formulation. Specific test results or additional testing can be acquired upon request.SOLUTION1 MONTH3 MONTHS6 MONTHS12 MONTHS0.1% ChlorineNo EffectNo EffectNo EffectNo EffectAnti-Freeze(50% Ethylene Glycol)No EffectNo EffectNo EffectNo Effect87 Octane UnleadedGasolineDulls, Softens - 7 daysDulls, SoftensDulls, SoftensDulls, Softens15% Hydrochloric Acid*No EffectOxidizes Metallics*No EffectOxidizes MetallicsDiscolors, DullsDiscolors, Dulls40% Hydrochloric AcidDiscolors, DullsDiscolors, DullsDiscolors, DullsDiscolors, Dulls15% Sulfuric AcidNo Effect*No EffectOxidizes Metallics*No EffectOxidizes Metallics*No EffectOxidizes Metallics40% Sulfuric Acid*No EffectOxidizes Metallics*No EffectOxidizes Metallics*No EffectOxidizes Metallics*No EffectOxidizes MetallicsIsopropyl AlcoholNo EffectDulls, CrazesDulls, SoftensDulls, Softens, CrazesBrake FluidD.O.T. Type 3Dulls, Softens - 1 hourDulls, SoftensDulls, SoftensDulls, SoftensAcetoneDulls, Softens-1 hourTest Terminated - 1 hourMethyl Ethyl KetoneDulls, Softens-1 hourTest Terminated - 1 hourDow Oven CleanerDulls, Discolors, Softens-7 daysTest Terminated - 1 month*DuPont formulates TGIC-polyester products that exceed the above results. Since formulations may contain ingredientswhich enhance or detract from chemical resistance, performance has been summarized for this chemistry. This chart isintented as a general guide for chemical resistance.WARRANTY POLICY: DuPont Powder Coatings U.S.A., Inc. (Seller) certifies that all coatings delivered to purchaser in unopened factory-filled containers meet all pertinent quality standardspresented in its current published literature. Since matters of surface preparation, application procedures, curing procedures and other local factors that affect coating performance arebeyond Seller’s control, Seller assumes no liability for coating failure other than to supply replacement material for a coating material proven to be defective. Do not use this product untilthe current Material Safety Data Sheet has been read and is fully understood. Seller will not be liable for any injuries, damages or other losses derived, directly or indirectly, from or as aconsequence of purchaser’s use of the product. Purchaser will determine suitability of this product for its use and thereby assume all risks and liabilities in connection therewith. (DUPONTPOWDER COATINGS U.S.A., INC DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER WARRANTIES RELATING TO ITS PRODUCTS, AND DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES RELATING TO THEIR APPLICATION, EXPRESSEDOR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSES)The miracles of scienceDuPont Powder Coatings USA 9800 Genard Rd Houston, TX 77041 Ph.1.800.247.3886 www.dupontpowder.comTM

Epoxy Technical SummaryGeneral Specifications Alesta epoxy powders are designed for general purpose decorative and protective end applications where exterior durabilityis not a requirement. Epoxy chemistries will chalk and fade upon exposure to ultraviolet rays.Epoxies can be formulated to provide superior chemical and solvent resistance, and scratch and mar resistance. Variable thin or thick films and fluid bed or electrostatic spray-grade materials are also available. Many Alesta epoxies have food-contactutility (FDA), and have a variety of formal recognitions from Underwriters Laboratories, and automotive companies.Typical Performance Properties Physical performance results were measured using 24-gauge Bonderite 1000 Parcolene 60 steel panels with 1.5 – 2.0 mils of ahigh gloss formulation. Heavier ware require longer cure times or higher temperatures. Low gloss or textured finishes mayrequire longer cure times. Physical properties typically decrease with decreasing gloss. Since results are formulationdependent, product specific testing is recommended.Typical Film Thickness1.0-6.0 milsCure SchedulesF-cure20 minutes al 350º15 minutes at 375º10 minutes at 400º8 minutes at 425ºFFFFL-cure20 minutes al 275º F15 minutes at 300º F10 minutes at 325º F8 minutes at 350º FOperating Temperature Range-100º F to 300º F. Slight discoloration will occur above 200º F under continuous operating conditions.Dielectric PropertiesTypical values equal 800 – 1,200 volts per mil for films up to 10 mils.Adhesion (ASTM D-3359, Method B)Using pressure sensitive tape, no coating is lifted or removed between 1/8” cross-hatch scribes. (Rating 5B).Pencil Hardness (ASTM D-3363)Using Eagle Turquoise pencil leads, surface hardness ranges from 2H to 6H.Impact Resistance (Modified ASTM D-2794)Using a falling weight impact tester, the film surface withstands up to 160 inch lbs. of direct and reverse impact.Flexibility, Mandrel (Modified ASTM D-522)The film surface withstands a 180º bend over a 1/8” diameter with no loss of adhesion or surface cracking.Abrasion Resistance (Modified ASTM D-4060)Coating weight loss after 1,000 cycles of Taber abraser equipped with CS-10 wheels loaded to 1 kg per wheel isapproximately 25-45 mg.The miracles of scienceTM

Epoxy Technical SummaryCorrosion and Chemical Performance PropertiesSalt Spray Resistance (ASTM B-117)Scribed Bonderite 1000 steel panels in a 5% salt fog at 95º F and 100% relative humidity, exhibit no undercutting of the filmafter 1,000 hours exposure.Chemical and Solvent ResistanceAfter ambient temperature immersion in the listed solvent or reagent, the following results were reported for epoxyformulations. *Verification of resistance properties should be made for each chemical proposed for use with a specific coating,as results can vary greatly depending on formulation. Specific test results or additional testing can be acquired upon request.SOLUTION1 MONTH3 MONTHS6 MONTHS12 MONTHS0.1% ChlorineNo EffectNo EffectNo EffectNo EffectAnti-Freeze(50% Ethylene Glycol)No EffectNo EffectNo EffectNo Effect87 Octane UnleadedGasolineNo EffectDulls, SoftensDulls, SoftensDulls, Softens15% Hydrochloric Acid*No EffectOxidizes MetallicsDulls, SoftensOxidizes MetallicsDulls, DiscolorsDulls, Discolors40% Hydrochloric Acid*No EffectOxidizes Metallics*No EffectOxidizes Metallics*No EffectOxidizes MetallicsDiscolors, Dulls15% Sulfuric AcidNo Effect*No EffectOxidizes Metallics*No EffectOxidizes Metallics*No EffectOxidizes Metallics40% Sulfuric Acid*No EffectOxidizes Metallics*No EffectOxidizes Metallics*No EffectOxidizes Metallics*No EffectOxidizes MetallicsDow Oven CleanerDullsDulls, SoftensSoftens, DiscolorsSoftens, DiscolorsIsopropyl AlcoholNo Effect*No Effect. Dulls,Softens, Low Cure,Low Gloss*No Effect. Dulls,Crazes, Low Cure,Low Gloss*No Effect. Dulls,Softens, Low Cure,Low GlossAcetoneDulls, Softens – 24 hoursTest Terminated – 7 daysMethyl Ethyl KetoneDulls, Softens – 1 hoursTest Terminated – 1 to 30 daysBrake Fluid D.O.T. Type 3Dulls, Softens – 1 hourTest Terminated – 1 to 6 weeks*DuPont formulates many epoxy products that exceed the above results. Since formulations may contain ingredients whichenhance or detract from chemical resistance, performance has been summarized for this chemistry. This chart is intented asa general guide for chemical resistance.WARRANTY POLICY: DuPont Powder Coatings U.S.A., Inc. (Seller) certifies that all coatings delivered to purchaser in unopened factory-filled containers meet all pertinent quality standardspresented in its current published literature. Since matters of surface preparation, application procedures, curing procedures and other local factors that affect coating performance arebeyond Seller’s control, Seller assumes no liability for coating failure other than to supply replacement material for a coating material proven to be defective. Do not use this product untilthe current Material Safety Data Sheet has been read and is fully understood. Seller will not be liable for any injuries, damages or other losses derived, directly or indirectly, from or as aconsequence of purchaser’s use of the product. Purchaser will determine suitability of this product for its use and thereby assume all risks and liabilities in connection therewith. (DUPONTPOWDER COATINGS U.S.A., INC DISCLAIMS ALL OTHER WARRANTIES RELATING TO ITS PRODUCTS, AND DISCLAIMS ALL WARRANTIES RELATING TO THEIR APPLICATION, EXPRESSEDOR IMPLIED, INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR PARTICULAR PURPOSES)The miracles of scienceDuPont Powder Coatings USA 9800 Genard Rd Houston, TX 77041 Ph.1.800.247.3886 www.dupontpowder.comTM

Aromatic – Urethane Technical SummaryGeneral Specifications Alesta aromatic-urethane powders offer a cost effective alternative to the aliphatic-urethanes. These powder coatings providesimilar physical and performance properties of the aliphatics, but have reduced durability because of the aromatic crosslinkingmechanism. Aromatic-urethane chemistries will chalk and fade at a rate of approximately twice that of more durable systemsupon exposure to ultraviolet rays.Aromatic-urethane powder coatings employ a blocked catalyst curing mechanism that requires the substrate to reachthreshold temperature before curing starts. *A small amount of volatile is emitted during cure which is free from regulation.Coating thickness should be kept below 3 mils to avoid foam formation in cured films that can affect appearance andperformance.Typical Performance Properties Physical performance results were measured using 24-gauge Bonderite 1000 Parcolene 60 steel panels with 1.5 – 2.0 mils of ahigh gloss formulation. Heavier ware require longer cure times or higher temperatures. Low gloss or textured finishes mayrequire longer cure times. Physical properties typically decrease with decreasing gloss. Since results are formulationdependent, product specific testing is recommended.Typical Film Thickness*1.5-3.0 milsCure SchedulesF-cure20 minutes at 325º15 minutes at 350º10 minutes at 375º7 minutes at 400ºFFFFOverbake StabilityDepending on color and gloss, slight discoloration may occur upon exposure to Infra Red wave lengths. In convectionovens, discoloration may occur in light or white pigmented products with lower gloss ranges. Therefore, cure times shouldbe tightly controlled to ensure coating color and gloss consistency. Individual product testing is required.Adhesion (ASTM D-3359, Method B)Using pressure sensitive tape, no coating is lifted or removed between 1/8” cross-hatch scribes. (Rating 5B).Pencil Hardness (ASTM D-3363)Using Eagle Turquoise pencil leads, surface hardness ranges from H to 2H.Impact Resistance (Modified ASTM D-2794)Using a falling weight impact tester, the film surface withstands up to 160 inch lbs. of direct and reverse impact.Flexibility, Mandrel (Modified ASTM D-522)The film surface withstands a 180º bend over a 1/8” diameter with no loss of adhesion or surface cracking.Abrasion Resistance (Modified ASTM D-4060)Coating weight loss after 1,000 cycles of Taber abraser equipped with CS-10 wheels loaded to 1 kg per wheel isa

Salt Spray Resistance (ASTM B-117) . Faraday cage penetration, out-gas resistance caused by substrate porosity, and scratch and mar resistance. . or thick films and fluid bed or electrostatic spray-grade materials are also available. Many Alesta .

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