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EM EVERSLIK

VS.

WHITFORD XYLAN

A close look at which is the better


coating system for chemical and corrosion resistance
hese are the two systems most commonly used in the CPI, oil and gas industries. Both are specified for their combination of corrosion resistance and
chemical resistance. But there are important differences between the two coatings
that are frequently misunderstood or simply not known. They may surprise you...

EM Everslik 1201/1301

Xylan 1212/1213

1. Application: Must apply 1201 three


times and 1301 three times, then flash
(air-dry) for 15 minutes each time to
achieve desired film thickness (.7-.9
mils).

1. Application: Apply 1212 once and


1213 once for desired film thickness
(.7-.9 mils). No flash required.

2. Maintenance: Coatings settle quickly,


require constant remixing.

2. Maintenance: Coatings settle slowly,


only require occasional remixing.

3. Oven time: Sixty minutes at 350F.

3. Oven time: Fifteen minutes at 400F.

4. Total cure time: One hour 45 minutes.

4. Total cure time: Fifteen minutes.

5. Carrier: Solvent-borne (Methyl Ethyl


Ketone and Toluene).

5. Carrier: Waterborne.

6. VOCs: Non-compliant. 4.83-5.72


lbs/gallon, well over federal limit of
3.5 lbs/gallon.

6. VOCs: Compliant. 2.43-3.02 lbs/


gallon, well under federal limit of 3.5
lbs/gallon.

7. Volume solids:
1201: 38.5%
1301: 19.5%

7. Volume solids:
1212: 36.8%
1213: 26.9%

8. Applied cost per square foot@ 1.0 mil:


(not counting downtime for six flashes
and extra-long cure):
1201: $0.1364
1301: $0.3101

8. Applied cost per square foot @ 1.0 mil:


1212: $0.1287
1213: $0.3125

9. EM activities: Supplier and competitor


(EM is an active custom coater, with
14 conveniently located offices).

9. Whitford activity: Supplier only, does


no custom coating whatsoever.

EM EVERSLIK

VS.

WHITFORD XYLAN

How do the two systems compare when tested


for abrasion, chemical, corrosion resistance and CoF?

Test: Abrasion Resistance Method: MIL STD-141A


Everslik 1201: 10,000 cycles/mil

Xylan 1212: 10,000 cycles/mil

Test: Corrosion Resistance Method: ASTM B-117 (to 15% red rust)
Everslik 1201/1301: 847 hours

Xylan 1212/1213: 991 hours

Test: Coefficient of Friction Method: ASTM D-1894


Everslik 1201/1301
Static: 0.247
Kinetic: 0.194

Xylan 1212/1213
Static: 0.192
Kinetic: 0.157

Test: Chemical Resistance Method: Immersion for 1,000 hrs at ambient temp.
Everslik 1201/1301

Anodized aluminum panel

Xylan 1212/1213

No effect
Some blistering
Some blistering,
delamination
No effect

Skydrol 500A
Hydrochloric acid (15%)
Sulfuric acid (50%)

No effect
Some blistering
Some blistering,
delamination
No effect

Nitric acid (10%)


Steel panel

No effect

Sodium Hydroxide (25%)

hile the performance characteristics of


EMs Everslik 1201/1301 and Whitfords
Xylan 1212/1213 are, for practical purposes, the
same, there are many differences that demonstrate the superiority of Xylan.
For more detailed information about Xylan

No effect

1212/1213, please contact your Whitford representative or call Lisa Russo at Whitford, Box
2347, West Chester, PA 19380-0110. Telephone:
(610) 296-3200. Fax: (610) 647-4849. Email:
sales@whitfordww.com. Or visit our website:
www.whitfordww.com.