MCOR 1161 | mCoat IM 61
MCOR 1161 (mCoat IM 61) is a leveling hybrid coating blended urethane-modified-epoxy (UME) designed primarily for immersion protection within water environments (mCoat IM 61 is certified to ANSI/NSF-61 for contact with potable drinking water).
Utilizing dense fillers with epoxy creates a liner that is highly sealed and cross-linked. Due to the unique formulation, MCOR places the material for selections requiring moderate abrasion resistance for internal components of pumps and equipment (similar to a 2000 Series | mPlait product), while still being a candidate for general exterior immersion coating projects as a 1000 Series | mCoat solution. Although certified for potable water, because of the properties of the mCoat IM 61, this material can protect as a general high performance coating and line in many water processing environments and industrial settings where chemical, abrasion, and other corrosives are present.
|Technical Data Sheet|
|Product Brochure Sheet|
- Water storage tanks
- Water treatment and process vessels
- Fluid flow pumps and impellers
- Fluid flow troughs
- Immersed mechanical areas
- 100% solids, no VOCs – certified to ANSI/NSF-61
- High impact strength and vibration tolerance
- Surface tolerant
- Excellent chemical & abrasion resistance
- Easy to apply by roller, brush or spray
- Gloss finish
|15 Kilo Unit (1 x 15kg, T)|
|1 x 8.75 kg, MCOR 1161 Part-A, Tan|
|1 x 6.25kg, MCOR 1161 Part-B|
The volume capacity of a 1 kg of mixed mCoat IM 61 is 0.98 Liters
mCoat IM 61 is designed to be applied as a two-coat system. Applied at 355 microns (14 mils) minimum to 635 microns (25 mils) maximum by roller/brush or 1.27 mm (50 mils) maximum by spray, per coat. mCoat IM is a 100% solid coating that will not shrink. 2.0 m2/kg. at 0.5 mm DFT (21 ft2/kg. at 20 mils DFT). Actual coverage will depend on surface conditions, irregularities, and profile.
mCoat IM 61 is:
CERTIFIED FOR DRINKING WATER
The mCoat IM 61 is certified to NSF/ANSI-61 standards for use and contact with potable drinking water. This allows MCOR to offer customers a hybrid urethane-modified-epoxy (UME) for coating and lining projects surrounding drinking water treatment and distribution where abrasion and corrosion protection is needed on these important physical assets.
MCOR often debates how to categorize the mCoat IM 61 coating system. We simply debate whether to place it in the 1000 Series as a coating for exterior protection or as a 2000 Series product for internal component protection, considering the fact that it can be for both. Although most applications would do well with the mCoat IM 61 as a coating system for “anything” water related, because of the novolac and titanium enhancements, it also does impressively well for internal components of drinking water pumps, impellers, and casings.