BARRIERLOCK OVERVIEW
Thermal Effects
- keqv value of 0.23 (BTU·in)/(hr·ft²·°F)
A Ceramic Insulation that is a
according to independent tests
Thin Thermal and Condensation
- k value range of 0.49 to 0.63
Barrier used as :
(BTU·in)/(hr·ft²·°F) per ASTM C-177
- Heat and Cold Temp Control
Fire Safety
- Personnel Protection
- LOW FLAME SPREAD of 5 (ASTM E-
- Anti-Sweat Control
84) (0 is concrete and 100 is red oak
- Acoustics Control
flooring)
- Lloyd’s Register Type Approved
And Can be applied to:
- Steam Pipes, Process Systems,
Storage Tanks, Heat Exchangers
- Roof Top, ISO containers
- HVAC ducts, and much more
BARRIERLOCK DATA
TEST
Results
Adhesion (ASTM D3359)
5A & 5B
Tensile (ASTM D638)
Strength, psi
66.7
Elongation, %
65
Mandrel Bend (ASTM D522)
3/8” Pass
Salt Fog (ASTM B117, 2000hrs, 5%NSS)
Scribe
10
Field
10
Accelerated Aging, \E (ASTM G53, UV-A)
2,000 Hours
1.08 (Excellent)
Total Solids, wt% (ASTM D2369)
82.72%
VOC EPA Method 24 (ASTM D2369)
0.071 lbs/gal
ASTM E84 (Flame Spread)
Class A
ASTM E162
Class A
IMO FTP Code Part 5&6 (Flame Spread)
Pass(Interior Use on Passenger Vessels)
IMO FTP Code Part 2 (Smoke and Toxicity) Pass (Interior Use on Passenger Vessels)
BARRIERLOCK ADVANTAGES
Personnel
Protection
•Piping, flanges, valves,
eyewash piping, tanks
etc..
BARRIERLOCK ADVANTAGES
Personnel Protection
•The base guidelines widely used by industry is generally is for the surface
temperature to be less than 140°F(60°C)
•ASTM C1055 (Standard Guide for Heated System Surface Conditions that
Produce Contact Burn Injuries) defines the maximum acceptable temperature
for a particular surface derived from estimate of the possible or probable contact
time.
•Per ASTM 1055, probable contact time established for industry is 5 seconds.
•Per ASTM 1057, a thermesthesiometer may be used to replicate the thermal
physical response for the human finger.
BARRIERLOCK ADVANTAGES
BARRIERLOCK ADVANTAGES
Energy Retention
• Energy Savings
•Improve Process Heating and Cooling
•Reduce Thermal Shock from Environment
•Reduce Thermal Expansion
BARRIERLOCK ADVANTAGES
Ease of Inspection
•Fast Visual Assessment
•Ease of Repair
BARRIERLOCK ADVANTAGES
Control of CUI
•Seamless Installation
•Adheres to Substrate
BARRIERLOCK ADVANTAGES
Petroleum and
Reduces loss due to heating and cooling (sludge
build up)
Chemical
Eliminates over 85% of solar heat transfer - highly
reflective
Adheres to hot and cold surfaces (-80° F(-66.2C)
to +350° F(176.7C) and can insulate surfaces to
500º F
Can be applied to surfaces up to 350F without
disrupting operations
Does not require jacketing allowing for visual
inspection
No seams to leak and cause corrosion issues
Not prone to wind, hail or snow load damage
Adheres directly to surface (eliminating moisture
between insulation and surface causing scale and
corrosion (CUI)
Little to no maintenance and easy to use and
repair
Reduces or stops expansion and contraction,
which causes roof damage
BARRIERLOCK ADVANTAGES
Creates a better work environment, increasing
productivity
Provides a constant, uninterrupted thermal
barrier regardless of the length or size of the job
Extremely cost effective
Can be tinted most light to medium colors by
manufacturer or in country
Environmentally Friendly: Low VOC’s and No
Heavy Metals
BARRIERLOCK APPLICATION
15 mil to 20 mil per coat
Desired
Sq Feet
Sq Meters
Mil
per
per
Performed by local certified applicators
Thickness
Gallon
Gallon
Surface application temperatures 45° F and rising
240
3.75
.35
(7° C) to 350° F (177° C)
200
4.25
.40
Uninhibited airless spray application between 15 and
180
5.0
.46
30 mils on flat surfaces, with weather and conditions
160
5.5
.51
acceptable, a team of two persons can apply 550 SF
140
6.5
.60
per hour using conventional airless spray equipment
120
7.5
.70
Flash time under normal dry conditions is two (2)
100
8.5
.79
hours or less - much faster on warm to hot surfaces
80
12.0
1.11
60
15.0
1.39
Rec.Thickness in
Rec.Thickness
°
F of Substrate
°C of Substrate
Mils (1/1000s of an
40
20.0
1.86
in Millimeters
inch)
30
30.0
2.79
400**
204
210
5
350*
177
160
4
20
40.0
3.72
300
149
130
3
15
60.0
5.57
250
121
110
2.5
200
93
80
2
32
0
20
0.5
0
-18
40
1
**Above Chart Reflects Practical
-30
-34
50
1.2
Coverage With Loss
-45
-40
60
1.5