Ultra-high build, structural-grade applied microfiber reinforced
polymer (FRP) epoxy for potable water
Two-component, spray-applied, ultra-high build, 100% solids, structural-grade epoxy coating and lining system for potable water storage lining. CPP Sprayliner 61 is a high strength applied and bonded lining solution for new construction and deteriorated and fatigued infrastructure, large diameter tanks, and large wall interior lining requirements. An advanced microfiber-reinforced polymer (FRP) technology cured with enhanced mechanical properties. The material can be sprayed ultra-high build, up to 3/8” (375 mils). Formulated specifically for rehabilitation and lining of potable water storage structures, and other large wall, open or semi-open structures; designed with high moisture tolerance with corrosion resistance and sealed I&I barrier protection. Designed for spray applicators seeking to utilize plural component heated spray application. Blended with reinforcing agents and various microfibers, the CPP Sprayliner 61 creates a thick, microfiber-reinforced polymer (FRP) film with high mechanical strength to protect against corrosion and seal I&I. Optimized with polycyclic curing agents for increased crosslinking with excellent corrosion protection, sealing, moisture tolerance, UV stabilization, and service wear durability.
Underwriters Laboratories Inc.® classified to ANSI/NSF Standard 61, and the extraction requirements of NSF/ANSI/CAN 600 for use as an applied liner in potable water storage.
Features + Benefits
Structural (high strength film)
Convenient 1:1 ratio
Excellent corrosion protection
Surface forgiving & moisture tolerant
High adhesion, self-priming
Great for sectional lining requirements