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Aqua-Loc Ceramic Topcoat

PRODUCT SPECIFICATIONS:

BENEFITS
• WAT BASED • CAN BE TINTED
• ODORLESS • SAVE ON YOUR COOLING BILL
• NON TOXIC • MOLD & MILDEW RESISTANT
• FREE OF VOC’S
• FREE OF FLAMMABLE SOLVENTS
DESCRIPTION
Aqua-Loc Ceramic Topcoat is a strong, tough coating, formulated with hollow-core ceramic microspheres, strands
and irregular particulate in a complex 100% acrylic suspension with superior adhesion and abrasion resistance.
thermal properties. Aqua-Loc Ceramic Topcoat is intended to be a topcoat providing an extension to the existing
USAGE
Aqua-Loc Ceramic Topcoat is ideal for use on Commercial, Industrial, Government, and Residential buildings.
Roof systems include:
• Built-Up, Modified Bitumen, and Cold-Process Systems • Asphalt and Fiber-Cement Shingles
• Synthetic Rubber Single-Ply Systems • Concrete Roofs, Concrete and Fired Clay Tiles
• Galvanized Steel, Aluminum, and Enameled Steel • Wood Shake and Shingles
Pastel/White base is recommended for peak thermal benefits.
ADVANTAGES
Cost Savings Fire Resistant Environmentally Friendly
• Increase efficiency • Self extinguishing • Modified acrylic, water based product
• Slows movement of heat and • Does not support flame spread • Green Product that Meets Increasingly
provides heat management Strict Environmental Guidelines
• Greater comfort, reduced energy consumption • Valuable Component of Emerging
Sustainable Design Programs
• Excellent UV inhibitor • Creates weatherproof membrane • Can withstand thermal cycling
reducing damage and deterioration • High Solar Reflectance and Thermal
Emittance
Colour Choices
• Resists fading
• White, pastels and accent colours
• Easy to apply
THIS PRODUCT IS NOT SUBJECT TO THE CONTROLLED PRODUCTS REGULATIONS

Product Data


Characteristics

Test Method

Observation

Weight per Gallon (3.78L)

FTMS 141 – Method 4184

11 LB (4.99Kg)

Non-Volatile Solids

FTMS 141 – Method 4041

By weight: 69.1% By volume: 60.9%

Viscosity

FTMS 141 – Method 4281

Stormer Viscosity: 100 revolutions in 8 seconds at 500 grams

Toxicity

FTMS 141 – Method 511

Material is non-toxic & requires no special ventilation during application. Contains no materials considered to be health hazards.

Flammability

ASTM 1360 – DOT – MVSS 302

In container: Non-flammable. On concrete: Self-extinguishing – does not support flame spread.

Package Stability

 

One year + after opening: no settling or other undesirable

 

 

Materials completely dispersed after stirring.

Abrasion Resistance

FTMS 141 – Method 6192 Tabor C17 Wheel - 100 grams - 1000 cycles

Weight loss in grams: Epoxy floor coating without aggregate 9 g (Typical)

Hardness

ASTM D2370

6H – This is the hardest value measured by this test and compares to a typical 2H hardness of hardwood floor finishes.

Impact Resistance

ASTM D2794

28 inch-pounds of impact with no break in the film surface. Typically, inch-pounds of impact is considered to be a high performance test result.

Water Resistance (wind-driven rain)

Time for water to penetrate: Water driven against test surface at a dynamic pressure equivalent to 98 mph

Time for water to penetrate: One Coat 6.3 mils 30 minutes Two Coats 10.0 mils 11 hours Two Coats 12.0 mils none at 24 hours

High Humidity Resistance

FTMS 141 – Method 61 100% condensing humidity at 107° F – 41.67° C

336 hours with no evidence of film deterioration, blistering or peeling from substrate (250 hours required to pass Specifications).

Salt Spray

FTMS 141 – Method 811.1 100% condensing 5% salt fog at 95° F – 35° C

336 hours with no evidence of film deterioration, blistering or peeling from substrate. (250 hours required to pass Specifications).

Fungus Resistance

FTMS 141 – Method 6271

No fungus growth when material tested in an environment of three organisms.

Solar Reflectance

ASTM C1549

0.88

Thermal Emittance

ASTM C1371

0.87

V.O.C. gm/l (Less Water)

SCAQMD Method 304 (Equation 5.2)

42.0 gm/l

Volatiles, %

ASTM D2369

33.07

Water, %

ASTM D4017

30.08

Density, lb/gal

ASTM D1475

11.74 lb/gal

Density, gm/ml

ASTM D1475

1.407 gm/ml

Initial Percent Elongation (break)

ASTM D2370 Minimum 0% at 73º F (23º C)

445%

Initial Flexibility

ASTM D522, Method B Minimum pass 1-inch mandrel at 0º F (-18º C)

Pass

Initial Tensile Strength (maximum stress)

ASTM D2370 Minimum 100 psi (1.38 Mpa) at 73º F (23º C)

210 psi

Initial Tensile Strength (maximum stress)

ASTM D2370 Minimum 0 psi (2.76 Mpa) at 0º F (-18º C)

2 psi

Final Percent Elongation (break)

ASTM D2370 Minimum 100% at 73º F (23º C) after 1,000 hours accelerated weathering

150%

Final Elongation after Weathering

ASTM D2370 Minimum 40% at 0º F (-18º C) after 1,000 hours accelerated weathering

130%

 Permeance

ASTM D1653 Maximum 50 perms; wet cup method; inverted cup

24.9 perms A “perm” is a unit of measure expressing a coating’s ability to allow moisture vapor to pass through the film, or its “ability to breathe”. The lower the “perm” rating, the more likely the coating will blister over time.

Accelerated Weathering

ASTM D4798/G155 (a) No cracking or checking after 1,000 hours accelerated weathering

None Any cracking or chipping visible to the eye fails the test procedure.


Material

Single component, ready-to-use from container with little or no stirring required.

Approximate Coverage

Rough, porous surface

100 to 175 sq. ft./gallon

Smooth, tight surface

175 to 225 sq. ft./gallon

Dry Base Film Thickness

One coat Two coats

5 to 7 dry mils 10 to 12 dry mils

Substrate Preparation

Repair all leaks. Pressure wash and clean, or airbrush and clean to remove all loose materials, dirt, grease, oil, or other contaminants from substrate. Dry, clean, tight surface with no gloss – will bridge hairline cracks. Apply appropriate primers on metal and wood surfaces.

Application Temperature Range

39° F – 4° C substrate to 80° F – 29° C ambient air in direct sunlight.

Application Method

1.5” nap roller – brush – airless sprayer (0.023” – 0.584mm tungsten-carbide tip).

Initial Cure (tack-free)

Air dry, 15 to 30 minutes with moderate to low ambient humidity.

Primary Cure

Air dry, 48 hours at 60° F – 15.5° C or greater surface temperature with moderate to low ambient humidity.

Final Cure

90 to 1 days

Solvent (before curing)

Water

Cohesion Strength

Outstanding bond to dry or slightly damp surfaces. Strong cohesion to any clean, dry concrete,

 

various flexible membrane systems. Hydrostatic pressure will disrupt this bond.

 



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