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    MasterProtect 100CR

    Sprayable chemical-resistant epoxy coating

    How does MasterProtect 100CR work?

    MasterProtect 100CR is a 100% solids, sprayable, high-build chemical-resistant epoxy coating. It is used to provide resistance to hydrogen sulfide attack in the water and sewage-treatment industries. MasterProtect 100CR eliminates the need for prefabricated or cast-in-place manhole liners.

    Recommended uses:

    • Vertical and overhead surfaces
    • Non-traffic-bearing horizontal surfaces
    • Interior and exterior below grade
    • Applications requiring resistance to hydrogen sulfide
    • Rehabilitating manholes
    • Lining large diameter pipes
    • Lift stations and pumping stations

    What are the unique features of MasterProtect 100CR?

    • High-build material, sprayable up to 80 mils thick
    • Low odor, suitable for application in
    • confined spaces
    • 100% solids, meets all federal and state VOC regulations

    What are the benefits of MasterProtect 100CR?

    • Epoxy chemistry for excellent resistance to hydrogen sulfide and many industrial chemicals; high bond strength
    • Moisture insensitive, cures well in damp environments​

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    Certification Letter

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    MasterProtect 100CR Data Guide

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    MasterProtect 100CR Data Guide (French)

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