Syntho-Subsea™ Epoxy is ideal for patching, sealing and coating a wide variety of materials including steel, concrete, wood, aluminum and fiberglass. Syntho-Subsea™ is a two-component, Kevlar reinforced, epoxy mastic coating for sealing and repairing leaks in pipelines.
Seal leaks in SubSea pipelines, joints and fittings.
Fill in anomalies, voids and surface imperfections on pipelines .
Protective corrosion coating in splash zone and tidal prone areas.
Adhesive, protective coating on wet surfaces or under water.
Pipeline anomaly reinforcement and remediation
Easy to use as an adhesive or coating on both wet surfaces and under water
Resistant to high pressures
Resistant to high and low temperature extremes
Outstanding resistance to petroleum products and chemicals
Color, Resin Color, Curing Agent Coverage, 30 mils Pot Life Compression Strength Tensile Strength Flexural Modulus Flexible Strength Solids Content Maximum Use Temperature Cure Time
Blue Yellow 5 sq. ft / 16oz kit 60 minutes at 77°F (25°C) 7,380 psi 7,600 psi 13,600 psi 13,000 psi 100% 200°F (93° C) 24hrs at 75°F (26°C)
1. Clean and roughen: A clean surface, free of grease, loose rust and scale is required. Remove any grease, oil and petroleum products with a solvent wiping. After cleaning and degreasing, remove any loose scale and roughen surface by mechanical means.
2. Mixing notes: Do not mix Syntho-Subsea™ underwater. For underwater applications mix on the boat then transfer to the repair site. A pair of disposable gloves and a plastic putty knife are supplied with each kit for mixing and applying.
3. Mix: Add all of the curing agent, (part B) into the resin container (part A), scrape sides and bottom of the container. Mix the resin and curing agent together until a smooth, uniform and streak free mixture is obtained.
4. Application: Apply with a putty knife, spatula or trowel. For underwater applications, it is important to apply sufficient pressure to displace the water on the surface. Spread carefully while working the material into indentations to avoid trapped air or water pockets, prior to building up to the desired thickness. A coating thickness of 60 mils or more is achievable without running or sagging, however for most applications a coating of approximately 30-60 mils is normally sufficient.
It is important to feather the edges of Syntho-SubSea for a water tight seal.
If multiple coats are to be used, roughen the surface in-between coats.