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Main Product Document (Combined PDF) Section 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Product Descriptions & Specs Kreem Fuel Tank Liner Kreem…
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Main Product Document (Combined PDF) Section 1 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. Product Descriptions & Specs Kreem Fuel Tank Liner Kreem Tank Prep Kreem Tank Mask Kreem Tank Cleaner/Degreaser Kreem “Blue Shield” Kreem Combo Pak Section 2 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Other Product Photos Section 3 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Material Safety Data Sheets MSDS 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. Kreem Fuel Tank Liner Kreem Tank Prep A Kreem Tank Prep B Kreem Tank Mask Kreem Tank Cleaner/Degreaser Kreem “Blue Shield” Kreem Combo Pak Section 4 - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Kreem Tank Rust FAQ Handout 1. Kreem Fuel Tank Liner Description: KREEM FUEL TANK LINER is designed for use as a preventive maintenance product in metal tanks new and old; containing gasoline, gasohol, or diesel. KREEM TANK LINER has a unique formulation with extremely rapid set-up that prevents leakage from hairline cracks and seam pinholes by coating the tank’s inner surface with a fuel resistant elastomer. Not for plastic tanks. KREEM is NOT compatible with all fiberglass tanks. You must spot test before use. Read the Kreem “how to” brochure for detailed application instructions. STORAGE & HANDLING: Store product at 60-80 degrees for maximum storage life. High temperatures reduce normal storage life. Lower temperatures cause increased viscosity of a temporary nature. Rotate stock on a first in - first out basis. Application: SURFACE PREPARATION: It is critical that the inside of the tank have an oil-free surface without rust to insure proper adhesion. We recommend Kreem Tank-Prep Kit A & B, our two part system for rust removal and metal etching. 1. Wash out tank with hot soapy water. If the tank if badly rusted and has loose flaky rust add stones or nuts and bolts and agitate to remove the loose rust. For new tanks it is important to remove the oily protective coating. An industrial strength detergent, or a commercial degreaser/cleaner like KREEM’s new Tank Cleaner/Degreaser, acetone, M.E.K. should be used. 2. After completing step 1, and to obtain maximum adhesion, the surface rust should be removed and the metal surface etched, this can be accomplished by using Kreem Tank Prep A & B Kit, or some other acid based rust remover that also etches metal. Repeat if necessary until all rust is removed. 3. Rinse tank with water until all traces of Tank-Prep A (acid etch) are removed. Drain out excess water. Using Tank-Prep B (acetone or M.E.K.) rinse thoroughly removing trace amounts of water. CAUTION: these chemicals are flammable. The tank is now ready for immediate coating. APPLICATION 1. Shake or stir well before use. Keep container tightly closed when not in use. Stop all outlets except fill spout. 2. Pour Liner into tank and coat entire inner surface by slowly rotating tank in all directions.When all surfaces have been completely coated, a generous excess should remain. Let tank stand for 8-10 minutes with spout open, then close spout and slowly rotate tank allowing excess to re-coat all surfaces. Let tank stand for an additional 8-10 minutes with spout open however, this time on a different side. Repeat this until the tank has the desired coating. Do not allow coating to drain to one area and dry. Drain off excess coating for later use. 3. Drain any excess, remove all stops and allow to air-dry in a well ventilated area for at least 24 hours. A nozzle from a low pressure air compressor blowing lightly into the fuel spout and out another opening will greatly reduce setup time. 4. For extra protection, air-dry first coat for 6 hours or longer and repeat step 2 of application process. Quantity Required For small tanks (1-5 gallons) use one pint LINER. For larger tanks use one quart per 20 gallon of tank capacity. If the tank contains baffles, be sure to consider the increase in surface area. For spraying or brushing thin with methyl ethyl ketone to desired consistency. Remove the tank from the vehicle, remove any valves and petcocks, and stop all outlets. Caution Kreem Tank Liner is not designed for use in aircraft oil tanks or tanks using a plastic component also not for tanks containing liquids above 238 degrees F. CAUTION: Surface prep solutions may damage paint. CONTAINS METHYL ETHYL KETONE DO NOT BREATH FUMES Avoid contact with eyes; keep from heat, sparks or flame. do not smoke, extinguish all flames and pilot lights and turn off stoves, heaters, electric motors and all other sources of ignition during use and until all vapors are gone. Avoid prolonged contact with skin or prolonged breathing of vapors. FIRST AID: In case of eye contact flush thoroughly with water. If irritation persists, get medical attention. If swallowed do not induce vomiting. Get medical attention immediately. If vomiting occurs spontaneously, keep victim’s head below his hips to prevent his breathing the vomit into his lungs. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN Important Notice: The following is made in lieu of all warranties express or implied. Seller’s and manufacturer’s only obligation shall be to replace such quantity of the produce provided to be detective. Neither Seller nor manufacturer shall be liable for any injury loss or damage, direct or consequential arising out of the use or the inability to use the product. Before using user shall determine the suitability of the product for his intended use and user assumes all risk and liability whatsoever in connection therewith. The foregoing may not be altered expect by an agreement signed by the officer of seller and manufacturer KREEM PRODUCTS. 2. Kreem Tank Prep Description: 1 Pint Part A & 1/2 Pint Part B Dissolves Rust – Etches Metal KREEM Tank Prep is a two part system to prepare metal fuel tanks before coating with KREEM FUEL TANK LINER. Used as directed Tank Prep will remove rust and etch metal surface to ensure maximum adhesion. Application: 1. Read warning statements on this label and on Part B label. 2. Remove the tank from the vehicle, remove any valves and petcocks and stop all outlets. 3. Wash out tank with hot soapy water. If the tank is badly rusted and has loose flaky rust add stones or nuts and bolts to agitate to remove loose rust. 4. For new tanks, it is important to remove oily protective coating before using Tank Prep. An industrial strength detergent or commercial degreaser/cleaner like KREEM’s New Tank Cleaner/Degreaser or acetone should be used. 5. Pour Tank Prep A into tank and add 5 gallons of warm water. Tank Prep A works best when tank is completely full and in contact with all metal surfaces. If this is not possible you should turn the tank to different positions so that the solution has extended contact with all metal surfaces. 6. Leave Tank Prep A in the tank until all the rust is dissolved and the metal is etched to a dull gray finish. The time required will depend on the amount of rust in the tank. New tanks can be etched in 4 hours. Rusty tanks will take longer; we suggest overnight. ALLOW TANK TO VENT. DO NOT ALLOW PRESSURE TO BUILD UP! 7. Drain Tank Prep A solution into a plastic container and check tank. If all rust is removed proceed to step B. If rust is still present add saved Tank Prep A solution to tank again until rust is removed. 8. Flush the tank with clean water until rinse water no longer foams and all traces of Tank Prep are removed. Remove all excess water. 9. Immediately rinse tank interior with full-strength Tank Prep B and agitate to ensure thorough treatment. Drain out all excess Tank Prep B. 10. Immediately seal the tank with KREEM FUEL TANK LINER according to label directions. Quantity Required: Tank Prep-A Concentrated! Makes 2-1/2 Gallons Caution Tank Prep-A Before using, user shall determine the suitability of the product for intended use, and user assumes all risk and liability whatsoever in connection herewith. The foregoing may not be altered except by an agreement signed by the offices of seller and manufacturer – KREEM PRODUCTS WARNING: DANGER-MAY CAUSE BURNS – HARMFUL IS SWALLOWED Contains phosphoric acid. Avoid contact with skin, eyes and mucous membranes. In case of contact, flush with cool water. For eyes, get prompt medical attention. If swallowed, give 1 or 2 glasses of water and call physician immediately. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN Tank Prep-B WARNING STATEMENT: DANGER! FLAMMABLE! CONTAINS METHYL ETHYL KETONE Tank Prep-B solution will damage paint. USE WITH ADEQUATE VENTILATION - DO NOT BREATH VAPORS Avoid contact with eyes. Keep from heat, sparks or flame. Do not smoke; extinguish all flames and pilot lights and turn off stoves, heaters, electric motors and other sources of ignition during use and until all vapors are gone. Avoid prolonged contact with skin or prolonged breathing of vapors. FIRST AID: In case of eye contact, flush thoroughly with water. If irritation persists, get medical attention. If swallowed not do not induct vomiting. Get medical attention. If vomiting occurs spontaneously, keep victim’s head below his hips to prevent his breathing the vomit into his lungs. KEEP OUT OF REACH OF CHILDREN 3. Kreem Tank Mask Description: Forms a protective film to protect paint. Rinses off with water! Before you KREEM your tank, Protect the paint with Tank Mask! No Special Equipment needed. KREEM TANK MASK is a water-based masking liquid designed to be brushed onto painted motorcycle gas tanks and other painted surfaces where it dries to a non-tacky film that protects surfaces against KREEM’s Fuel Tank Liner and Tank Prep B. TANK MASK also traps dirt and dust under its protective film and is safe for all thoroughly cured painted surfaces. Application: 1. Remove dust and dire from all surfaces to be protected. Make sure surface is dry. 2. Use a paint brush to apply TANK MASK to the entire surface to be protected and let dry 20-30 minutes. Use two or three coats for maximum protection. Note: Drying time is affected by temperature, humidity and air movement. Apply at 70 degrees F or above. Use of heat or forced air movement will speed dry time. TANK MASK must be dry before using Tank Prep A&B and Tank Liner. 3. Remove TANK MASK by peeling or wash with warm, soapy water and sponge or soft cloth. Quantity Required: NA Caution: CONTENTS: Water, Vinyl-Acetate-Vinyl Alcohol Polymer, Glycerin 4. Kreem Tank Cleaner/Degreaser Description: Aftermarket New Tank Cleaner & All Purpose Degreaser All Natural Ingredients – 16 fl. oz. (1 pint) KREEM’s New Tank Cleaner is designed to remove the protective oil film that is present on most aftermarket, new M/C gas tanks. New tanks should be thoroughly degreased prior to using KREEM’s Tank Prep A & B fuel tank liner. Application: Pour contents into tank and shake tank for 5 minutes. Be sure that all internal surfaces of the tank have been rinsed with the new tank cleaner. Drain New Tank Cleaner and rinse with water. The tank is now ready for KREEM’s Tank Prep A & B and KREEM sealer. Quantity Required: DIRECTIONS FOR ALL-PURPOSE DEGREASING KREEM New Tank Cleaner is an excellent all-purpose degreaser that can be used for all types of cleaning. Examples & Dilution Rates: Light grease & general cleaning dilute 1:10 with water. Sludge, tar, paint, overspray and equipment and machinery cleanup dilute 1:4 with water. Asphalt removal and other tough substances use full strength. NOTE: Not for use in vapor degreasing equipment. It is not necessary to heat KREEM New Tank Cleaner for effective cleaning/degreasing. 5. Blue Shield Description: An internal exhaust pipe coating that shields against pipe blueing on properly tuned engines – 16 fl. oz. (1 pint) Blue Shield is an internal exhaust pipe sealant that is designed to prevent ‘pipe blueing’ on properly tuned motors. Since ‘pipe blueing’ is cause by excessive heat it may still occur if an engine is not in proper tune of if the carburetor is jetted too lean. Slight blueing or discoloration may occur on pipes with extremely sharp bends coming from heads. Application: NOTE: Read instructions thoroughly before applying Blue Shield. For use on new exhaust pipes only. Inside of pipes must be free from dirt and residue. Clean with alcohol or solvent. PROVIDE ADEQUATE VENTILATION DURING USE. A DISPOSABLE FACE DUST MASK IS RECOMMENDED. Important: If coating a pipe with muffler, special care must be taken to ensure that Blue Shield does not enter muffler baffle. Blue Shield is designed for use on new pipes only. Inside of pipes must be clean and free from oil. If dirt and oil are present, clean with alcohol or solvent. Do not use alcohol or solvent on pipes with fiberglass baffles. 1. Shake of stir coating cement well. 2. Cover one end of pipe with duct tape. (If coating pipes with muffler, cover muffler end first.) 3. Pour contents of bottle into open end of pipe. (If coating pipes with muffler, hold pipe at an adequate angle to ensure no Blue Shield enters the muffler baffle.) 4. Cover open end of pipe with duct tape and rotate until inside of pipe is evenly coated. 5. Remove tape and drain excess Blue Shield, collecting it for reuse. Hang pipe with filler end down for 1 hour. Air dry in warm, dry area of 6-12 hours, or oven dry at 150175 degrees for 1 hour. 6. Apply a second coat following the same steps. 7. Remove any excess Blue Shield on outside of pipe by knocking off with a blunt object. 8. Wash hands and clothing thoroughly after applying Blue Shield. 9. Install tail pipe assembly. NOTE: Generally discoloration of chrome tail pipes occurs in the first 1-2 feet of the pipe. A uniform, dual coating in this area will minimize the potential of chrome discoloration under normal vehicle operating conditions. Quantity Required: NA Caution: CAUTIONS: May be irritating to skin, eyes and respiratory tract. Wear gloves to protect skin. May be harmful if inhaled or swallowed. Wash all exposed skin areas gently with soap and warm water after handling or contacting product. Wash work clothes separately from other clothing and rinse washing machine thoroughly after use or provide disposable clothing. WARNING: Exposure to dried or fired material may post additional hazards. Possible cancer hazard based on tests with laboratory animals. Crystobalite (crystalline silica) formed at high temperatures (above 1800 degrees F) can cause sever respiratory disease. 6. Kreem Combo Pak Description: Combo Includes: 1 - Pint Kreem Tank Liner 1 - Pint Part A 1 - .5 Pint Part B Kreem Fuel Tank Liner is designed for use as a preventive maintenance product in metal and fiberglass tanks, new or old: containing gasoline, gasohol, or diesel. Kreem Fuel Tank Liner has a unique formulation with extremely rapid set-up, that arrests corrosion, prevents leakage from hairline cracks and seam pinholes by coating the tank’s inner surface with a fuel resistant elastomer. Kreem Fuel Tank Liner contains titanium dioxide which gives a high degree of light reflectance to aid in visual inspection of the tank’s interior during application. With the advanced formulation of Kreem, you will receive better adhesion qualities and a smoother coating with even faster set-up time. This advance formulation has been developed and tested to withstand most octane boosters. Feel confident using gasohol in your tank with Kreem Fuel Tank Liner as methyl or ethyl alcohol have no effect on the coating. Kreem Tank Prep is a two component system. The A-Wash will remove any grease or oil film and etch the tank’s inner surface. The B-Wash will aid in this step, plus remove any water still remaining in the tank. The B-Wash also acts as a primer for the Kreem Fuel Tank Liner, so begin the application process immediately. Application: Basics for good results when using Kreem Tank Liner & Tank Prep. 1. Tank Prep is a rust remover and metal etch, it does not remove grease! You must always use a Kreem Tank Cleaner/Degreaser on your tank prior to using Tank Prep. This is also important on new tanks which come with an oily protective coating. 2. Remove all rust from the tank. Tank Prep will do this properly. Time varies depending on how much rust is in the tank. Visually inspect your tank and continue until tank is free of all rust. 3. After using Tank Prep A & B do NOT dry the tank as this will cause flash rust to form. Add Kreem Tank Liner IMMEDIATELY after rinsing with Tank Prep B. 4. Do not allow Kreem Tank Liner to puddle as this will not allow the material to dry properly. Kreem Tank Liner requires air to dry and cure properly. Keep in a wellventilated area (i.e. outdoors). Cleaning Your Tank… Kreem Tank Prep is a unique two-part system to prepare metal fuel tanks before coating with Kreem Fuel Tank Liner. Used as directed, Tank Prep will remove rust and etch the metal surface to ensure maximum adhesion of Kreem Tank Liner. It is absolutely critical that the inside of the fuel tank is oil-free, without rust and properly etched to insure adhesion of Kreem Tank Liner. CAUTION: Read warning statements on all labels before using any of these products. Kreem Tank Prep solutions may damage paint. Tank Prep A contains acid, handle with care using protective eyewear, rubber gloves and adequate ventilation. Tank Prep B contains methyl ethyl ketone, use only in well ventilated areas, preferably outdoors. Highly flammable, do not use near open flame. STEP 1 Drain fuel from tank into an approved container and then remove the tank from the vehicle. Remove any valves and petcocks. Seal all openings securely so that liquid will not drain out. Small openings can be capped with rubber stoppers, threaded pipe plugs, corks or wood dowels. Larger openings can be capped with a metal or wood plate and a hand-made gasket. STEP 2 Fill the tank about one-quarter full with warm water and add Kreem Tank Cleaner/Degreaser. If the tank is badly rusted or has rust flakes, add a handful of nuts and bolts to help loosen the rust. Shake the tank until all rust has been loosened. New Tanks: It is important to remove the oily protective coating before using tank prep. Kreem Tank Cleaner/Degreaser should be used. STEP 3 Drain off Kreem Tank Cleaner/Degreaser solution and rinse tank with clean water to remove all soap, oil and loose rust particles. STEP 4 Pour Kreem Tank Prep A into the tank and add 2.5 gallons of warm water; Tank Prep A works best when the tank is completely full and in contact with all metal surfaces. If this is not possible, you should turn the tank to different positions so that the solution has extended contact with all metal surfaces. Allow tank to vent. Do not allow pressure to build up! Leave Tank Prep A in the tank until all rust is dissolved and the metal is etched to a dull grey finish. The time required will depend on the amount of rust in the tank. New tanks can be etched in 4 hours, rusty tanks will take longer. We suggest overnight. Heavy Rust Deposits: Tank Prep A removes rust through a chemical process which slowly neutralizes as rust is removed. In cases where the rust is so heavy that the solution becomes neutralized before the rust is entirely removed, a second treatment of Tank Prep A is required to fully remove the rust and properly etch the metal surface. STEP 5 Pour out Tank Prep A solution and save in an appropriate container as it can be used for a second application. Rinse tank thoroughly with water. Inspect tank interior for rust removal and etching of surface. If necessary, repeat Step 4. Flush the tank with clean water until the rinse water no longer foams and all traces of Tank Prep A are removed. STEP 6 In a well-ventilated area, immediately rinse tank interior with full-strength Tank Prep B and agitate to ensure thorough treatment. This final rinse will remove any residual water and will prime and condition the tank for Kreem Fuel Tank Liner. STEP 7 Using a funnel, carefully drain Tank Prep B back into its original container and close tightly. You are now ready to seal your tank with Kreem Fuel Tank Liner. Coating Your
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