3000 Series

MCOR 3880 | mClad xWear Alumina

MCOR 3880 (mClad xWear Alumina) is a two-component, solvent–free, self-priming moisture insensitive epoxy compound, comprised of advanced resins with blended ceramics and aluminum oxide.  mClad xWear Alumina has been formulated primarily to protect and repair metal, and other surfaces and substrates subject to erosion, corrosion, abrasives, high temperatures and chemical attack.

The mClad xWear Alumina provides high build, semi-brushable/semi-trowel applied, coarse-grade alumina filled slurry coat for ultra-high abrasion resistance.  Perfect of pump intake suction bells, volutes, elbows or any place where metal reclaiming and lining in one-shot would be advantageous.  This product is for large application where precise fitting is not required.  The advanced fillers incorporated are blended with hardened ceramics and aluminum oxide particulate; the polymer cures ultra-dense to exhibit an obvious hard-shell of gritty, brute anti-abrasive strength.



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  • Oversized mating and gaps
  • Metallic faces and filling
  • Fractured pipes and components
  • Pitted metal reclaiming
  • Anchoring and adhesive
  • Fractured, holed, leaking trays, tanks, hulls or vessels
  • Other metal filling, repair, and reclamation needs


  • Ease-of-application
  • 100% solid
  • Ceramic filled, fiber reinforced
  • For all metals
  • Able to feather and taper
  • Convenient 1:1 ratio by volume
  • Surface tolerance
  • High build, non-sag
  • Sealed corrosion resistance

Kit Offerings

17.5 kg Kit (Multi-unit, M5-DGY)
MCOR  3880 (5 x 3.5 kg unit, DGY)

Volume Capacity:  1 kg of mixed yeilds 503 cm3.
Coverage:  1 kilogram covers 1,980 cm2 at 1 cm. thickness
DGY=Dark Grey


Steel bottom flow assets exposed to abrasionFill, repair, resurface, line/clad

Normally applied high build as a liner or filler for wear areas to reclaim or clad surface areas subjected to abrasion and other corrosives. mClad xWear Alumina is reclaims where substrate loss occurs and is often repaired by more conventional and costly weld overlay, re-pouring or sacrificial steel. 100% solid, non-shrink.