HydroSHIELD™ Ceramic Insulating Roof Coat is a blend of urethane and acrylic resins. It dries by evaporation to yield a non-yellowing, water-repellent surface. HydroSHIELD™ Ceramic Insulating Roof Coat is UV stable. Unlike other coatings, it contains an added advantage, ceramic particles. These particles are the heat dissipation element that makes this formula unique. HydroSHIELD™ Ceramic Insulating Roof Coat is Energy Star and CRRC listed. A sustainable cool roof coating.
Surface to be treated must be clean. If necessary, remove all dust, grease and loose debris before applying this product. HydroSHIELD™ Ceramic Insulating Roof Coat may be applied to metal, masonry, wood and most asphalt roof products.
Please see the specification manual for proper procedures for preparing surfaces prior to application. This product may be applied with a roller, squeegee, brush or sprayer. Apply at the rate of .75 gallon per 100 square feet, per pass.
||.91 ASTM C-1371
||.83% ASTM C-1549
||Passed 180° Mandrel Bend Test
||Passed with no fracture
of the membrane
||Passed 2000 hours
ASTM E-42 (G-26)
||Volume 39% +/- 2% ASTM D-2697
||Passed ASTM D-3273-73T
||210% at 70° F ASTM D-882-75B.
||Biodegradable citrus cleaning
products or soap and water
||<50 grams per liter
||9.6 lbs. per gallon =/- 2%
||56% +/- 2%
||49% +/- 2%
||4.0 ASTM D61653 @ 9 mils
High Humidity requires a longer time for water-based coatings to form a film that is rain resistant
Avoid breathing fumes and prolonged contact with skin. Do not ingest. Keep containers covered when not in use. When using, provide proper ventilation. Dispose of product and container in accordance with local disposal codes.
CONSULT ARC TECHNICAL DEPARTMENT FOR ANSWERS TO ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING THE USE OF THIS PRODUCT
System warranty available. When sold separately from the system there is no warranty given, expressed or implied, through the values or statements made here, nor are there any assertions that the product purchased has been individually tested to conform to these standards. Testing is performed on a random basis by our in-house and independent third-party labs in order to obtain approval and/or classification. Acceptance, purchase and selection of these products are the sole responsibility of the buyer, buyer’s agent, or the buyer’s customer. ARC assumes no responsibility for coverage, performance, or injuries resulting from use. Liability, if any, is limited to the replacement of the product.
NO OTHER GUARANTY OR WARRANTY OF ANY KIND IS MADE BY ACE ROOF COATINGS, INC. OR ITS SUBSIDIARIES, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, STATUTORY, BY OPERATION OF LAW, OR OTHERWISE, INCLUDING COSMETIC APPEARANCE, MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE.
Volatile Organic Compound
What Are “VOC’s”?
As more states enact stricter air quality regulations, the term “VOC” is becoming a greater part of our everyday vocabulary. But what exactly is a “VOC”?
VOC is an acronym for Volatile Organic Compound. That’s a mouthful, but what does it mean? VOC’s are carbon based (organic) solvents that evaporate (volatilize) under normal atmospheric conditions and have the ability to photo-react when exposed to sunlight. This reaction creates low-level ozone, a major component of smog.
Smog is associated with causing asthma, bronchitis, and emphysema. Smog poses a health threat to the young, elderly, and those suffering from cardiovascular disease. And as anyone who has flown into some major metropolitan cities (like Los Angeles) can attest, smog is a real problem for everyday citizens. As a result, many states have enacted strict VOC regulations, limiting the level of photo-reactive solvents manufacturers can use in coatings.