|Rhino 9700 is a 100% solids epoxy system which is the highest quality fuel and chemical resistant lining and coating material available. It contains no solvents and no corrosive or carcinogenic substances to assure low toxicity and ease of application. Provides superior low temperature curing, impact and abrasion resistance, and cures in the presence of moisture or humidity. Brushes on easily. Sold in 3 gallon kit containing 2 gallons of resin and 1 gallon of hardener. One 3 gallon kit can coat tanks of average size homebuilt. Used extensively on Lancairs and other homebuilts. Shelf life one year.|
I used this product for an unrelated use. Sealing a 150 gallon coolant tank on a CNC mill. After 20 years of use, the tank was riddled with small holes from corrosion. After cleaning, sand blasting, and patching the holes, we applied two coats of this sealer and very pleased with the results. I dont expect to ever have a problem with this tank again.
Ecellent delivery time. Great product.
I have used this product in 3 costume made gastank... Works very well... Very good product. I recommend it.
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Per the manufacturer: Yes, this material is pourable and can be sloshed to get the thickness of approximately 20 mils. These are the design parameters for the material.
Yes. We have added the "Tech Data and Instructions" PDF to the documents tab of this web page. Please review them there.
Per supplier: Yes, this will work just fine.
This product is gray and dries glossy. Similar to a gray epoxy floor in a garage. It is not clear.
The C of C is the manufacturer's certificate of conformance which is the paperwork showing traceability and the sign off that the material was made to the specification. It is not required on this tank sealer, although some business customers prefer to have the traceability paperwork on all parts.
At 77 degrees pot time is 25-30 minutes, and full cure is 7 days.
Per the instructions, "the surface must be free of contaminants such as dust, oil or dirt."
No, this is not considered DG.
There is no mention of thinning on the data sheet.