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200Lt mild steel diesel tank


brad
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Hi,

I've almost finished making a mild steel 200Lt (44gal) diesel tank with baffles - the top panel has not been welded on.


I'm thinking of sealing it using your tank sealer.


as its a clean new tank will I have to use the cleaner and rust blast?

Are other primers or etch primers suitable?


I was thinking of brushing the sealer on most of the internal surfaces and the baffles leaving room for a hot zone before welding the top on and then doing the top by rolling it around. What do you think?


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Yes. You will want to use the AquaKlean and RustBlast on a clean new tank. If you do not, you could have adhesion problems.


As for brushing and the welding and then rolling .. I would be concerned that the Tank Sealer would not stick to itself. I would just roll the entire inside of the tank. Does that make sense?


You can find complete instructions for the Gold Standard Gas Tank Sealer here: http://www.kbs-coatings.com/Gold-Standard-Tank-Sealer-Information-Instructions_ep_39-1.html


You can also find the Fix-It Guide which will help you quickly identify the causes of and the recommended solutions for the most common issues that could occur with Tank Sealer here: http://www.kbs-coatings.com/fix-it-guide-tank-sealer.html


You can also find Instructional Videos here: http://www.kbs-coatings.com/KBS-Videos_ep_90-1.html


You can also find Tank Sealer Flow Charts here: http://www.kbs-coatings.com/Flow-Chart--Tank-Sealer_ep_88-1.html


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