EnergyGuard™ Elastomeric Roof Coatingoffers an acrylic coating for any type of roof with a high solids compound.
|3. TECHNICAL INFO
5. DIY SOLUTION THAT’S COST-EFFECTIVE
7. MAINTAINING YOUR SURFACE
EnergyGuard™ Elastomeric Roof Coating INFORMATION
|Viscosity:||6,000 - 8,000cps||Brookfield|
|Tensile Strength:||400 ± 50 psi||ASTM D-412|
|Solids by weight:||68% ± 2%|
|Solids by volume:||60% ± 2%|
|Shelf Life:||12 months @ 40°-90°F|
|Permeability:||3.5 perms||ASTM E-96|
|Hardness:||45 Shore A||ASTM D-2240|
|Density:||11.2 ± .2 lbs per gallon|
|Color:||White or any custom color|
Note: You’re working with EnergyGuard™ Elastomeric Roof Coatings, which can freeze. Do not apply in freezing conditions, or store in temperatures lower than 32° F. In order to be effective, you must apply the product in dry conditions. In case of emergency, call your physician. If swallowed, do not induce vomiting.
Your Elastomeric Coating
Your new coating is elastic, and can stretch for different weather and temperature conditions. The original shape will be retained. You should apply this coating thicker than paint, with 20 mil. being ideal. Apply elastomeric coatings on almost any surface. Common elastomerics include butyl, silicone, urethane, and acrylic.
Step by Step Guide to Roof Restoration
Cleaning and Prepping
Check Out These Perks
- Coating is about half the cost of re-roofing.
- Drastically lower your energy bills.
- Quickly—and permanently—fix leaks.
- Enjoy a 10-year warranty.
Equipment to Get
An airless sprayer is the best way to apply the product, especially a machine that offers three gallons per minute with a pressure of 3000 psi.