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HALOX® CW-314

HALOX® CW-314 is a heavy metal-free, non-toxic, anti-corrosive pigment designed for use in waterborne and solvent-borne protective coating systems. It is particularly suitable for systems where 21 CFR 175.300 approval or compliance with ANSI or NSF standards is required. HALOX® CW-314 is highly effective in improving the infrared (IR) reflectance and thermal emissivity of elastomeric roof coatings. It enhances the total solar reflectance (TSR) while maintaining dirt pick-up resistance (DPUR) and preventing mildew growth. It can be used alone or in combination with other non-toxic corrosion inhibitors and mineral pigments in the formulation of environmentally friendly specialty paints.

Brand: HALOX (36 products)

Functions: Corrosion Inhibitor, Pigment

Chemical Family: Calcium & Calcium Compounds, Phosphates

Pigment Type: Inorganic Pigments

Labeling Claims: Heavy Metal-free, Non-Toxic

Compatible Polymers & Resins: Alkyds, Epoxies (EP)

Technical Data Sheet
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Identification & Functionality

Pigment Type
CASE Ingredients Functions
Chemical Description

Calcium Phosphate Based Inhibitor

Features & Benefits

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  • Heavy metal free
  • High surface area
  • Small particle size
  • Provides anodic passivation
Advantages

When formulated into elastomeric roof coating applications, HALOX® CW-314 provides:

  • Zinc-free corrosion protection
  • One-coat performance
  • Improved Dirt Pickup Resistance
  • Reduced energy costs
  • Nitrite, APEO, and heavy metal-free.

Applications & Uses

Compatible Polymers & Resins
Compatible Substrates & Surfaces
Recommended Loading Levels

As an anti-corrosive pigment where specific approval as components of coatings used on food contact surfaces of packages in 21 CFR 175.300 is required, loading levels range from 3-8% based on total formula weight as well as for use as a corrosion inhibitor for potable water tank linings and pipe coatings which must conform to ANSI/NSF standards. As an additive to increase the TSR of elastomeric roof coatings containing CaCO3 and TiO2, recommended loading levels range from 10-30% based on total formula weight.

Applications
  • SB Alkyds
  • WR Alkyds
  • WB 2K Epoxies
  • SB 2K Epoxies
  • Solar Reflective Coatings
  • Food Contact Coatings
  • Coil Coatings
  • Coatings
  • DTM Finishes
  • White Elastomeric Roof Coatings

Properties

Appearance
White Powder
Typical Properties
ValueUnitsTest Method / Conditions
D50 Horiba5.2microns-
D99 Horibamax. 15microns-
Density2.98g/ml-
Hegman Grind5.5 - 6.0--
LOI (at 600°C)9.8%-
Moisture Content1.9%-
Oil Absorption79.5lbs/100 lbs-
pH (10% Slurry by Weight)7.05--
Refractive Index1.62--
Solubility in WaterNegligible--
Surface Area (BET)51m²/g-

Regulatory & Compliance

Technical Details & Test Data

Heavy Metal Free versus Zinc

Water based Light Industrial DTM Epoxy, ASTM B117, 4 mils DFT over CRS

CRS     168 Hours  
Sample Panel # DFT Visual
Scribe
Creep
Rating
ASTM
D 1654
Field
Corrosion
ASTM
D
610
Field
Blistering
ASTM D
714
Scribe Creep
(mm) AVG of
2 panels
%
Improvement
vs CTL
CW314 1 4.72 8 10 10 2.875 917%
2 4.70 8 10 10    
SZP395 1 4.56 8 10 10 3.9375 670%
2 4.55 6 10 10    
700 1 4.59 5 10 10 670% 414%
2 4.7 4 10 10    

5% loading level

HALOX® CW-314 - Heavy Metal Free Versus Zinc

 

 

Factors to Consider while Creating Coatings Solutions
  • Combine the inhibitors utilize synergy of multiple mechanisms to achieve desired performance.
    • Inorganic/Flash Rust
    • Inorganic/Inorganic
    • Inorganic/Organic
  • Optimize Solubility of the inhibitor. Synergize short term and long term corrosion inhibitors based on their solubility.
  • Inhibitor Concentration avoid direct weight to weight replacements. Beneficial to optimize usage level.
  • Substrate specific corrosion inhibitor selection can be substrate dependent.

Storage & Handling

Shelf Life
36 Months