SigaCid

SigaCid are glass fiber reinforced lining systems that can be applied to both steel and concrete substrates and are suitable for chemically and mechanically stressed areas.

SigaCid laminate systems are used to seal reinforced concrete and recovery basins when storing liquids, indoors and outdoors or as a flooring product.

SigaCid systems are subdivided according to their resin base. These include Vinyl-Ester, Furan, Phenolic and Epoxy resin systems, which are used depending on the particular process conditions.

SigaCid 310

Fiberglass-reinforced laminate coating based on epoxy resin

SigaCid 310 can be used on both metal and concrete substrates. The coating is suitable for surfaces exposed to mechanical stress. The chemical resistance of SigaCid 310 is generally similar to that of SigaMent EP, but better for use with organic acids and solvents.

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SigaCid 320

Fiberglass-reinforced laminate coating based on phenolic resin

SigaCid 320 is a black, about 3 mm thick glass fiber reinforced laminate coating based on phenolic resin with low pollutant content. By incorporating a hybrid fleece, SigaCid 320 can be adjusted to be electrically conductive. SigaCid 320 can be applied to SigaPox coatings as well as onto foils and rubber linings.

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SigaCid 321

Fiberglass-reinforced laminate coating based on phenolic resin

SigaCid 321 is a black, about 3 mm thick glass fiber reinforced laminate coating based on phenolic resin with low pollutant content. By incorporating a hybrid fleece, SigaCid 321 can be adjusted to be electrically conductive. SigaCid 321 can be applied to SigaPox coatings as well as onto foils and rubber linings.

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SigaCid 330

Fiberglass-reinforced laminate coating based on furan resin

SigaCid 330 is a black, about 3 mm thick glass fiber reinforced laminate coating based on furan resin. By incorporating a hybrid fleece, SigaCid 330 can be adjusted to be electrically conductive. SigaCid 330 can be applied to SigaPox coatings as well as onto foils and rubber linings.

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SigaCid 340

Glass fiber reinforced vinyl ester resin based laminate coating

SigaCid 340 is used to coat reinforced concrete drip pits and containment areas, indoors and outdoors when storing liquids. Furthermore, SigaCid 340 is suitable as a floor coating for direct accessibility by vehicles with standard air-inflated tires, solid rubber wheels, “Vulkollan”-wheels or with polyamide wheels, as being typically used in electroplating plants, pickling plants and in HBV plants (manufacture of water polluting substances) where oxidizing media are handled. The optional ability of the coating system to dissipate electrostatic charges allows the storage of flammable liquids.

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SigaCid 341

Glass fiber reinforced vinyl ester resin based laminate coating

SigaCid 341 is used to coat reinforced concrete drip pits and containment areas, indoors and outdoors when storing liquids. Furthermore, SigaCid 340 is suitable as a floor coating for direct accessibility by vehicles with standard air-inflated tires, solid rubber wheels, “Vulkollan”-wheels or with polyamide wheels, as being typically used in electroplating plants, pickling plants and in HBV plants (manufacture of water polluting substances) where oxidizing media are handled. The optional ability of the coating system to dissipate electrostatic charges allows the storage of flammable liquids.

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SigaCid 343

Novolac Vinyl Ester based laminate system

SigaCid 343 is designed as an internal lining for sumps and collecting basins made of reinforced concrete, and it can also be used indoors and outdoors in liquid storage areas. Furthermore, SigaCid 343 is suitable as a flooring material where the traffic consists of vehicles with inflated or solid tyres, or with Polyurethane (Vulkollan) or polyamide wheels, mainly in galvanizing plants, pickling plants and HBV (manufacture of water polluting substances) plants where the floors are in contact with oxidizing media. The optional feature of the coating system which ensures the dissipation of static charges enables the storage of flammable liquids.

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SigaCid 350

Coating system based on vinyl ester resin

SigaCid 350 is a thin film coating suitable for the protection of chemically and thermally exposed walls, ceilings and floor surfaces, especially in pickling plants, galvanic plants or other chemical industries. Mechanically SigaCid 350 is accepting pedestrians and light traffic.

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SigaCid 360

Glass Mat Reinforced Vinyl Ester Lining System


SigaCid 360 is an approx. 3 mm thick; glass mat reinforced lining system based on a vinyl ester resin. The coating system consists of a trowel applied primer and a laminate layer. SigaCid 360 is designed as an internal lining for sumps and collecting basins made of reinforced concrete, and it can also be used indoors and outdoors in liquid storage areas.

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