Glo-Protek HB Coal Tar Epoxy – B60HB

Two pack high build polyamides adduct cures coal tar epoxy coating. This product is ideally designed for offering superior performance in highly corrosive chemical, pipelines and coastal environments.


  • Chemical and abrasion resistant.
  • Provides long-term corrosion protection.
  • Good resistance against chemically polluted water.
  • Outstanding (sea) water resistance (outside hull and ballast tanks).
  • Excellent water and crude oil resistance
  • Resistance to well designed / controlled catholic protection.


Glo-Protek HB Coal Tar Epoxy – B60HB possesses a history of success in various fertilizers, refineries, chemical and other plants applied in diverse areas of tank exteriors, equipment, pipelines, structural steel etc


Colour Black
Finish Eggshell
Mixing ratio Base: Hardener: 1: 1
Volume Solids 79 % + 2 %
Pot life of mixed material 5-6 hours
Drying Time Touch: 4 hours & Handle: 24 hours
Full curing time 6-7 days
Second coat time Minimum : 24 hours & Maximum : 5 days
Recommended DFT 200-250 microns per coat
Recommended WFT 250-320 microns per coat
Theoretical spreading rate 4.00-3.50 Sqmt/litre for 200-250 micron
Flash Point Above 22 °C
Thinner Recommended Epoxy thinner


Up to twelve months as long as the sealed containers are kept under cover in a dry place under normal temperature conditions.


Remove grease, oil and other contaminants preferably by using Degreasing Means. Use Glo-Protek Rust Converter – Marine Grade after full use of mechanical tools along with manual chipping and wire brushing to remove loose rust and scale.


Stirs base part thoroughly and then mix one parts base and one part hardener by volume to uniform consistency. Allow the mixture to mature for few minutes and stir again before application and during use.

Apply air less spray and brush and roller only for touch up and spot repair.

Conventional Spray: Add thinner up to 15% by volume depending on conditions. Use any standard equipment at an atomizing pressure of 0.2 – 0.5 MPa.


20 and 200 ltrs.


As a general rule, avoid inhalation of solvent vapour or paint mist and contact of paint with skin and eyes. Provide forced ventilation when working with solvent born coating in confined spaces or stagnant. Skin and eye protection follow the local and national regulations.