Acrylic Copolymer Roof Coating
DESCRIPTION: is an acrylic copolymer roof coating for asphalt and polyurethane foam roofing. It increases
light reflection, which helps reduce interior temperatures. This product may also be used on properly prepared and
primed wood, masonry and metal.
SOLVENT TYPE RESIN TYPE
Waterborne Acrylic copolymer
Flat. 1-2% on a 60° meter after.
VISCOSITY AT 77°F (25°C)
MAXIMUM VOC CONTENT
85 g/L (as supplied)
SOLIDS BY VOLUME SOLIDS BY WEIGHT
WEIGHT P GALLON
COMPOSITION BY WEIGHT
Pigment - 24.0% Vehicle - 76.0%
*Prime pigments ................... 14.0 Acrylic resins................................. 19.0
Reinforcing pigments............ 10.0 Alkyd resins..................................... 5.0
Water & additives.......................... 52.0
*Prime pigments include titanium dioxide (TiO2), plus all other pigments
directly adding to the hiding power of this paint.
RECOMMENDED FILM THICKNESS P COAT
Wet: 17.0 mils Dry: 6.0 mils
PRACTICAL COVAGE P COAT AT RECOMMENDED DRY FILM
50-75 sq. ft. per gallon, depending on surface conditions.
AVAGE DRY TIME AT 77°F (25°C)
To touch: 1 hour
Recoat: 24 hours
Brush, roller, airless spray
MATIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET
Wash surface with water, using a hose with a pressure nozzle or a lowerpowered
high-pressure washer. Remove clinging dirt with a broom or brush.
Remove loose paint and deteriorated foam and patch where necessary.
Allow surface to thoroughly dry before application.
· CAUTION: Scraping or sanding surfaces of older buildings (especially
pre-1978) may release dust containing lead or asbestos. EXPOSURE TO
LEAD OR ASBESTOS CAN BE VY HAZARDOUS TO YOUR
HEALTH. Always wear appropriate personal protective equipment during
surface preparation, and finish cleanup of any residues by water-washing
all surfaces. For more information, see our brochure on
· This product can neither cause nor prevent or cure the growth of mold,
mildew, or other forms of fungus. Excessive moisture and inadequate
ventilation are the main conditions that promote their growth. Correct any
such conditions before painting.
· Apply HJ006 within 24 hours of foam application.
· Apply 2 coats at a spread rate of no more than 90 sq. ft. per gallon. This
will give the proper dry-film thickness of 6.0 mils per coat, 12.0 mils total.
· Do not apply HJ006 in areas where “ponding” occurs.
· When applying over existing roof coatings, always test a small area for
compatibility before full application.
· HJ006 is water-sensitive for 72 hours after application. Do not
apply if rain is anticipated during this period or if high humidity exists.
· Do not apply when the air or surface temperature is below 50°F.
Do not thin.
Warm, soapy water