HBE-95G, by Canusa-CPS

HBE-95G, by Canusa-CPS
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Product Description

HBE-95 is a "state of the art" surface coating designed to solve specific industry problems by combining the unique features of epoxy and proprietary cure technologies.

HBE-95 is a 100% solids, two-component epoxy coating system which has been specifically designed as an exterior coating applied to bare steel for protection of pipe joint girth welds, valves and fittings, or as a touch-up material or rehabilitation system for mainline coatings.

Typical Uses

Protective coating for pipelines in buried or immersed applications. Used as a direct-to-metal corrosion and abrasion-resistant coating and as a rehab coating on steel pipelines and at girth welds. Also used as touch-up material for mainline coatings. Excellent coating for pipeline valves, fittings, and bends.


  • High Build in a single coat.
  • Sets and cures over a broad temperature range
  • Environmentally safe.
  • 100% solids, Zero V.O.C.
  • Excellent adhesion to grit blasted steel -- an ideal mainline corrosion coating for pipelines.
  • Superior adhesion to Fusion Bonded Epoxy (FBE) Coatings -- ideal coating for joint protection and repair of FBE coated pipe.
  • Excellent chemical & abrasion resistance.
  • Outstanding resistance to cathodic disbonding up to 95°C (203°F) operating temperature.
  • Easily applied with brush or roller.



CANUSA-CPS-CPS is a leading manufacturer of specialty pipeline coatings which, for over 30 years, have been used for sealing and corrosion protection of pipeline joints and other substrates. CANUSA-CPS high performance products are manufactured to the highest quality standards and are available in a number of configurations to accommodate your specific project applications.

Technical Data

Coating Description


Conversion to Solids


Theoretical Coverage

425 mil-sq. ft. / liter (1605 mil-sq. ft. / US gallon)
(1.0 mm-m2 / liter)

Typical Thickness

>20 mils

Flashpoint (T.C.C)

>95°C (203°F)

Mixing Ratio (by Volume)

3 Parts Base to 1 Part Hardener