RepaCoat PH

Wear Resistant Coatings

RepaCoat PH is a highly filled 2-component polymer material with high grade ceramic filler and special high-density ceramic spheres for exceptional wear resistance.

RepaCoat PH is primarily used to protect materials that are exposed to extreme wear by hard particles in a gas, liquid or hard media. It is also effective against lateral impacts, and is an excellent replacement for ceramic tiles. It has excellent leveling properties.

  • Ideal as a new coating or to restore machine functionality
  • Extruders, ventilators
  • Tubes, especially down pipes, chutes
  • Containers for loose goods
  • Exhaust systems - see chart for temperature limit
  • Centrifuges and cyclones
  • Transport systems, including screw conveyors
  • Mixers
  • Pumps
  • Excellent wear resistance under high-load conditions
  • Filled with high grade ceramic fillers and ceramic spheres
  • Paste-like consistency; will not drip
  • Coating thickness up to 1 cm (.393 in.) per layer
  • Finer grades are both tough and elastic.
  • Excellent adhesion on all metallic surfaces
  • 100g, 250g, 500g, 1.000g (3.52 oz, 8.81 oz, 17.63 oz and 2.20 lbs.)
  • Larger packages on request
  • Thermal Resistance: Continuously at 150°C, (302°F) peak 200°C (392°F)
  • Pot Life at 5°C: (41°F) approx. 3 hours
  • Cure Time: 24 hours (full load at 48 hours)
  • Shelf Life: 12 months
RepaCoat PH - wear resistant coatings filled with high-strength ceramic spheres
These are average values and may vary, depending on volumes and ambient conditions.
Product Group Product Name Product Number Viscosity
Max grain size in(µm) Temperature resistance
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Field of application/Function
light wear
C60 grey
60 -20°C
media with a high flow speed
C60 black
60 -20°C
media with a high flow speed
light wear
100 -20°C
media with small particles (e.g. sand)
strong wear
800 -20°C
media with medium-sized particles (e.g. sand or fine gravel)
strong wear
1000 -20°C
media with course particles (e.g. course gravel)
extreme wear
2000 -20°C
media with course, sharp-edged particles (e.g. broken rocks)

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