The SplashGard™ system is a dual-component specialized coating and structural reinforcement solution specifically designed for use in wet or submerged conditions. SplashGard™ consists of two components: SplashBond™ Adhesive and Splash Wrap, a fiberglass cloth impregnated with moisture cured urethane (MCU) resin. The innovative corrosion barrier system can be applied underwater and adheres easily to wet steel surfaces. It not only arrests corrosion and wave action, but also provides structural reinforcement, making it an ideal option for use on risers. 

Specifications techniques

Mechanical Properties 


Attribute–Tensile Strength 

Method– ASTM D3039

Value– 51,800 psi


Attribute–Tensile Modulus

Method–ASTM D3039

Value–3.01 x 106 psi


Attribute– Poisson's Ratio

Method– ASTM D3039



Thermal Properties


Attribute– Thermal Expansion 

Method– ASTM E831

Value– 10.2 μm/m/°C


Attribute– Heat Distortion Temperature

Method– ASTM D648

Value– 205 °C


Attribute– Max Operating Temperature

Method– ASME PCC-2

Value– 185 °C


Attribute– Application Temperature

Value– -50°F to 120°F     -46°C to 49°C


System Properties


Attribute– Ply Thickness 

Value– 22 mils (0.022 inches) 


Attribute– Working Time

Value– 20 – 30 minutes


Attribute– Set Time

Value– 2 hours


Attribute– Cure Time

Value– 24 hours


Attribute– Shelf Life

Value– 1 year with proper storage


Attribute– Stocked Sizes

Value– From 2" X 12'  to 12" X 90'


1. Surface Preparation


Remove all soft coatings and media blast the pipe to provide an anchor pattern (NACE 1 preferred). On dry surfaces, wipe the surface with a solvent such as Acetone, Toluene, or MEK. For structural repairs, mix and apply filler putty or paste to any defects.


2. Apply SplashBond 

Mix equal parts of the SplashBond™ Epoxy Primer until uniform. Apply the primer to the pipe surface as instructed. Allow the primer to sit until a “peanut butter” thickness is achieved.


3. Apply SplashWrap

Follow the wrapping instructions for Pipe Wrap™ or A+ Wrap™, as applicable for the repair.


4. Apply SplashBond Outer Coat 

Allow the material to cure. Then, mix and apply a coating of SplashBond™ as an outer coating.