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CHEMICAL RESISTANT MORTAR

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DESCRIPTION AND USES :

 
Phenon is Phenolic Resin based corrosion proof and is one of the resin based chemical setting cement, Phenon exhibits excellent resistance to Sulfuric acid in concentrations as high as 92% and is principally used with Acid proof brick to construct corrosion proof masonry Sheathing to protect reaction vessels, storage tanks, pickling tanks and processing tanks an d equipment. It is also used in the installation of corrosion proof floors.

One of the outstanding feature of Phenon is its excellent working properties. It can be easily applied using brick layer’s techniques and is not sticky nor difficult to handle. Phenon is also available for special applications in such cases where an effective electrical insulating cement is required.

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Chemical Resistance

 
Phenon when completely set, is resistant to all non-oxidizing acids, dilute, oxidizing acids and agents, salts and most organic solvents at temperature upto 170°C with sulfuric acid, phosphorc acid at any concentration.

Phenon is not recommended for use with alkalies, hot alkaline salts or high concentration of oxidizing acids or agents for use with alkalies modified Phenolic Cement is recommended.
 
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Preparation of Phenon Cement :

 

Phenon cement is prepared by combining Phenon Liquid resin and Phenon Powder to form a workable mix. The mixing ratio is 1 part resin to 3 parts powder by weight. The ratio will vary slightly depending on temperature, working conditions, the mechanic’s preference and ingredients of fillers selected. When carbon filler powders used for preparation the cement mortar, one part by weight of Phenon Liquid Syrup is mixed with 2 parts by weight of Phenon Powder.

  Stir the Phenon liquid resin thoroughly before using place 1 part of liquid resin in a suitable shollow mixing pan.

Add 3 parts of phenon powder by weight, mix thoroughly and rapidly to form a smooth, mortar.

Spread out the cement in a thin layer, not more than 3/4” thick to dissipate the heat of reaction and lengthen the working life.

Batch size can be varied depending upon the temperature and the speed with which the mechanics are working. Very large batches will become stiff quite rapidly.

Make sure that all the Phenon Cement has been removed from the pan before another batch is mixed.

When working at temperatures above 30°C, very small batches, not large then 2 Kgs. Should be used.

When working at temperature below 15°C both the powder and the liquid should be kept warm but not above 30°C
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Application of Phenon Cement :

 
Phenon cement is buttered on Acid proof Brick using the usual brick layer’s method, where bedding and pointing cements are one. In case of bedding and pointing cements are different Phenon is better for pointing to the joints of Bricks. During and after completion of the installation the area must be dry and free from foreign matter such as construction dirt, Portland cement, plaster and other contaminates which would interfere the setting of the cement.

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Cleaning of Equipment :

 
Hands and equipment should be cleaned before Phenon Cement beings to set. Alcohol can be used for this purpose.
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Package Size :

 

Phenon is available in the following containers.

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Paenon Powder :
50 Kgs. Bag
Phenon Liquid Resin :
25 Kgs Drum
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Storage Life :

Store Phenon Liquid Resin at low temperature in the original unopened containers until ready for use. Under this condition liquid resin has storage life of 3 to 4 months.

Store Phenon Powder in a cool, dry place. In the original, unopened containers the powder has storage life of 3 years.
 

 

Chemical Resistance of Phenon Mortar


* R = Resistance
* L = Limited
* N.R.= Not Resistance
  * T1 = Resistance at Room Temp.
* T2 = Resistance upto 180° C

Name of the Chemicals
T1
T2
Name of the Chemicals
T1
T2
Acetaldehyde
R
R
Phosphoric Acid
S
R
Phosphorous Acid
R
R
Acetic acid glacial
R
R
Phosphrus trichloride
L .
N.R.
Alum
R
R
Pthalic Acid
R
R
Acid salts
L
N.R.
Piciric Acid
N.R.
N.R.
Alkaline Salts
L
N.R.
Potassium Hydroxide
L
N.R
Ammonium Hydroxide
N.R.
N.R.
Pyridine
L
N.R
Aniline
R
N.R.
Sodium Hydrxide
L
N.R.
Benzene
R
R
Sodium Carbonate
R
N.R
Bromine Water
R
L
Sodium Hydrchlirite
L
N.R.
Calcium Hydroxide
N.R.
N.R
Sulfur Dioxide Gas
R
R
Carbon Disulfide
R
R
Sulfur trixide gas
R
N.R.
Carbon tetrachloride
R
R
Sulfuric acid 80 %
R
R
Chlorine gas
L
N.R.
Sulfuric acid 93%
R
N.R
Chromic Acid
L
N.R.
Sulfurus Acid
R
R
Ethyl Alcohol
R
L
Taic Acid
R
R
Hydrobromic Acid
NR
NR
 
Hydrochloric acid
R
R
Tartaric Acid
R
R
Methyl Alcohol
R
L
Tolueue
R
N.R.
Nitric Acid 5%
R
N.R.
Trichloro Ethylene
R
R
Nitrobenzene
R
R
Teng Oil
Perchloric acid
NR
NR
Urea
R
R
Phenol
R
L
Xylene
R
R
 
Physcial Properties of Phenolic Phenon Mortar
 
No.
 
Tex- Sell Test Results
As per I.S. - 4832 - Part -II 1969
1.
Workability
35 Minutes
20 Minutes
2.
Compressive Strength Kgs / Cm2
400
350
3.
Flexual Strength Kgs / Cm2
80 Kgs
75
4.
Water Absorption in percentage
Not more than 1%
1%
5.
Bond Strength Kgs / Cm2
10.00
10.00
6.
Resistance
As per above table
As per requirements.
 
 
 
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