The trusted name in Drain Pan Restoration
Pancrete has been restoring drain pans for over 20 years.
HVAC and air conditioning equipment are exspensive but necessary for industrial and commercial buildings. Pancrete used along with our vertical resurfacing solution V570, can resurface HVAC metals, saving thousands compared to the cost of replacement
Pancrete: the Pan in a Can
Pancrete is the perfect material for damp drain pan environments.
Plus, Pancrete is easy to apply and downtime is limited. Put the unit back into service in just 4-6 hours.
Pancrete forms an entirely new surface that's stronger than the original. There are drain pans that were resurfaced 20 years ago, that are still in use, and completely functional today.
Pancrete coveres the rotted, pitted pan, making a smooth enamel surface that can stand up to harsh coil cleaners.
Use with V570 (vertical surfaces) for complete restoration and added protection.
Protect your Investments before problems start
Pancrete is better and lasts longer than the factory installed pan. Take intiatative, use Pancrete before corrosion starts. Being pro-active is the best policy to prevent pan damage and nightmare scenarios, like leaks in sensitive areas.
Ready to refurbish your drain pan? Contact Us to be connected with a distributor.
For a full restoration, use V570 to coat curved and vertical surfaces.
Pancrete Technical Data
Pancrete is a high performance, corrosion proof product with high adhesion to metal and plastic surfaces. Resists corrosion on aluminum, galvanized, copper and stainless steel.
- Stops pan leaks
- Automatic pan leveling
- Not affected by coil cleaners
- Ensures long life to new pans
- Strengthens your pan
- HMIS: 0-0-0
- Boiling Point: NIA
- Specific Gravity (water=1): 1.2
- Vapor Pressure (MM HG): 17mm @ 20’C
- Material V.O.C: 1 Ib/gal (62 g/L)
- Coating V.O.C: 1 Ib/gal (64 g/L)
- Vapor Density (AIR=1): Heavier than air
- Evaporation Rate (Water=1): Slower than ether
- Solubility in Water: Infinitely soluble
- %Volatile (by wgt): 94%
- Appearance and Odor: Blue or Black
- Ammonia Odor
- Respiratory Protection: None required if good ventilation is maintained. Otherwise use NIOSH approved respirator designed to
- remove particles.
- Ventilation: Local exhaust needed at point of release to maintain exposure below TLV.
- Eye Protection: Chemical splash goggles recommended to avoid eye contact.
- Protective Gloves: Rubber gloves.
Before Starting: Wear safety goggles and gloves
- Step 1: Drain the pain: use a wet vacuum to remove any water or loose deposits from the surface.
- Step 2: Wire brush, or mechanically brush surface to remove deposits and loose rust. Vacuum a second time.
- Step 3: Duct tape any small pinholes on surface, or if larger, cover with a metal sheet.
- Step 4: Insert 2.5 inch PVC into drain hole and raise hole well above Pancrete level (elbow piece for side drain)
- Step 5: Check the ambient temperature and the temperature of the surface to which Pancrete is to be applied. They both must be greater than 70 F
- Step 6: Mix (Part A) and (Part B) together by first pouring back and forth twenty times.
- Step 7: Pour Pancrete on pan surface.
- Step 8: Wait 4-6 hours before returning unit to service. Do not walk on for 24 to 48 hours or until Pancrete is thoroughly hardened.
- Step 9: Before putting unit back into service, hacksaw excess PVC that was inserted in step (4.) File down smooth if needed