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3 PREMIUMCOAT SYSTEM PREMIUMCOAT sustainable roofing and waterproofing system is one of the highest quality roofing and waterproofing systems available. It is made of the best raw materials to form a flexible, U.V. resistant elastomeric compound and is fully reinforced with a tough nonwoven polyester fabric which has been designed for roofing and flashing applications of all types. PREMIUMCOAT is easy to apply, safe to work with and requires no special equipment.when the system is properly installed, by a certified applicator, a 10 year warranty is available for specific roofing applications. The warranty can then be extended every 10 years under a proper maintenance schedule. Roof Temperature, Black Asphalt Day High Albedo Cool Reflective Less Than USES Metal roof waterproofing and cooling Parapet wall waterproofing Low-sloped roof waterproofing Flashing of all types Concrete waterproofing Plywood waterproofing Deck waterproofing Exterior wall waterproofing Factory Mutual approval recognition over insulation board, new built-up, existing built-up, metal, and concrete. Please contact technical department for assistance with specifications. ADVANTAGES & BENEFITS Sustainable roofing system that saves expensive removal and disposal cost. Ultraviolet and Infrared resistant for added durability. High Albedo reduces heat and lowers energy costs. Resistant to acid rain and chemical pollutants, which protect roof or wall from fallout damage. Won t spread flame over noncombustible surfaces. 100 % adhesion of system to substrate Wide range of colors provides beautiful architectural finish. Meets V.O.C. emissions regulations to eliminate facility downtime during application. Nontoxic formulation is safe to install. Easy application and cleanup. No special equipment required to install. 10-year extendable warranty available for roofs, which means system never has to be torn off. TECHNICAL DATA Product Reinforced Acrylic Elastomeric System Shelf life and storage conditions 18 months if unopened and stored between 40 F (4 C) & 90 F (32 C) Density 12.1 lb/gal Application temperature min = 40 F (4 C) to 105 F (41 C) (Ambient) min =36 F (2 C) to 130 F (51 C) (Surface) Drying time (Touch Dry) 1-4 hours at 77 F (25 C) / 40% humidity Full cure 7 days Total thickness mils Peak Tensile strength of system (ASTM D-412) 2210 psi (15.24mPa) Elongation: of cured system > 53% Water vapor permeability: (ASTM D-1653) (ASTM D-6083) 3-5 perms Fungus resistance: (ASTM-G21) No growth supported Algae resistance: (ASTM G-29) No growth supported Flammability: (ASTM E-108) Class A over noncombustible deck Salt spray test: (ASTM B-117) No effects noted Percent solids 66.9% Low temperature flexibility (ASTM D-522) 180 flexibility; bend at -15 Substrates Uplift Pressure Resistance Wind uplift Concrete 6,098 psf (292kPa) Protocol (PA 114) Uplift pressure resistance Polyisocyanurate 1,189 psf (56.9kPa) Smooth surface BUR 2,261 psf (108.3kPa) Granule surface Cap sheet 1,753 psf (83.9kPa) Accelerated weathering (ASTM G-26) Meets PA 129 protocol for 3,600 hours. PREMIUMCOAT SYSTEM TERRA COTTA DESERT SAND WHITE BROWN CHARLESTON GREEN BATTLESHIP GREY DOVE GREY PATINA GREEN CHARCOAL TINNERS RED 2 3 Colors represented are approximate. Please consult your technical representative for specific color samples.
4 PREMIUMCOAT SYSTEM METAL ROOFS Metal roofs exhibit most of their leaking problems at laps, seams, skylights, fasteners and other penetrations. The PREMIUMCOAT system is used extensively to repair and waterproof commercial, industrial, and historic standing-seam metal roofs. The PREMIUMCOAT system bonds with any metal surface, providing a permanent watertight solution to any metal roof leakage problem. PREMIUMCOAT system installed for waterproofing and cooling of metal roof and newly installed skylights at moving and storage facility in Hawaii. STABLERUST primer installed over rust and PREMIUMCOAT system being installed over laps, seams and fasteners to waterproof commercial metal roof in Alabama. During Above: Waterproofing of a commercial metal roof. PREMIUMCOAT being installed at paper company to reduce roof temperature and waterproof in Mississippi. Completed PREMIUMCOAT system in Tinners Red at Air Force base in Alabama. Factory Mutual approval recognition over insulation board, new built-up, existing built-up, metal, and concrete. Please contact technical department for assistance with specifications. Removal of shingles from old standing-seam metal roof. Application of FOUNDATIONCOAT and fabric to roof. Historic standing-seam metal roof finished in Tinners Red. 4 Above: PREMIUMCOAT waterproofing and cooling industrial roof at major chemical plant. PREMIUMCOAT waterproofing system installed over fiberglass skylight on metal roof. Above: Before, during and after preparation and waterproofing of historic standing-seam metal roof. 5
5 PREMIUMCOAT SYSTEM BUILT-UP / MODIFIED BUILT-UP ROOFING The greatest enemy for a built up roof is the sun. The sun s powerful infrared and ultraviolet rays cause heat aging of the built-up system resulting in the leaching of oils, causing the roof to prematurely dry out and crack. The PREMIUMCOAT system is used on both new and existing built-up and modified roofs providing a protective barrier between the substrate and the sun s damaging rays. 1 2 Built-up roof, before PREMIUMCOAT system. 3 4 Application o f FOUNDATIONCOAT and fabric over expansion joint and roof deck. Installation of PREMIUMCOAT FOUNDATIONCOAT over existing built-up. Roof and skylights waterproofed with FOUNDATIONCOAT and awaiting application of finish coat. PREMIUMCOAT system installed over existing built-up roofing at school in Georgia. Above: PREMIUMCOAT system installed over modified Bitimun for cooling and prevention of ultraviolet breakdown in Miami, Florida. Before : Completed PREMIUMCOAT system installed over existing built-up roof at school system in Georgia. During PREMIUMCOAT FOUNDATIONCOAT system being installed. PREMIUMCOAT SYSTEM 6 Completed PREMIUMCOAT system installed over built-up roofing at Marine Base in North Carolina. Above: PREMIUMCOAT system being installed as a cap sheet over a new built-up roof to provide protection from the sun and heat aging at military base in Alabama. Above: New built-up roofs with PREMIUMCOAT as a protective cap sheet built-up roof. 7
6 PLYWOOD AND INSULATION BOARD PREMIUMCOAT is a high-performance, sustainable system for plywood and insulation board. Its superior adhesion characteristics and its inherent ultraviolet and infrared resistance make it ideally suited for the harshest environments. DECKS Decks are most often roofs that you walk on. The PREMIUMCOAT system is ideal for waterproofing decks because of its ability to flash from deck to wall junctions, railings and post. The system is renewable by recoating every five years and if it is damaged it can easily be repaired. TRAFFICCOAT abrasion resistant coating can be applied over the system to provide a tough, easy-to-clean surface. During Above & below: PREMIUMCOAT system being installed over roof deck, parapet walls and transitions at lumber company. APPLICATION GUIDELINES Surface Preparation Power wash and clean all surfaces to be waterproofed. Above: PREMIUMCOAT system and TRAFFICCOAT providing a waterproof traffic surface at beach house. Priming Chalking surfaces should be primed with SureBond Primer. Rusty surfaces should be primed with StableRust Primer. Concrete surfaces should be primed with BarrierGuard. Black EPDM surfaces should be primed with CleanAct Primer. All other surfaces do not require priming.. Application Install cant strips at all internal corners. Apply a 6 or 12 wide strip of PremiumCoat FoundationCoat, Fabric, and FoundationCoat over cant strips, cracks and joints such as plywood and insulation board. Apply the FoundationCoat, Fabric and FoundationCoat all in one step to the area to be waterproofed making sure there are no wrinkles or air pockets. Overlap fabric by 4 inches. Apply the FinishCoat to the treated area in two coats. Coverage FoundationCoat = 200 square feet per 5 gal. Fabric 40 = 1000 square feet Finish Coat = 350 square feet per 5 gal. (Includes 2 coats) Questions? Call Hydro-Stop, Inc. or your Hydro-Stop Representative. above. Installation over plywood roof and decks at Dewees Island Nature Preserve (PREMIUMCOAT selected for its environmentally friendly formulation, sustainability and hurricane-proof uplift resistance). CONCRETE ROOFS The largest concern with waterproofing structural concrete is finding a system which will remain permanently bonded even in hurricane conditions. PREMIUMCOAT is a fluid applied, fully adhered, breathable system. It is excellent for waterproofing structural concrete, and its bonding ability to both substrates is many times greater than even the most stringent roofing standards. PREMIUMCOAT forms a monolithic system which will mold to any type of surface and is therefore an excellent means of extending the waterproofing membrane onto any curb, penetration, or parapet wall. During 8 Installation of PREMIUMCOAT FOUNDATIONCOAT system over polysaturate insulation board at military base housing in Guam. Completed PREMIUMCOAT system installed over insulation board military base housing in Guam. Installation of PREMIUMCOAT system over structural concrete roof at family housing project in Puerto Rico. Above: PREMIUMCOAT system installed over concrete on hotel roof deck in South Beach, Miami, Florida. 9
7 BARRIERGUARD SYSTEM BARRIERGUARD is designed for waterproofing all types of masonry surfaces such as foundation walls, concrete panels, retaining walls and moisture-retaining structures such as gutters, cisterns, and concrete shrubbery boxes. Mixed with water and Portland cement, and fully reinforced with BARRIERGUARD fabric, it forms a hard-wearing, flexible compound. It is also resistant to standing water and ideal for subterranean waterproofing. USES Abrasion-resistant layer for decks and walkways Waterproofing foundation walls Waterproofing basements Lining water-retaining structures Waterproofing shrubbery boxes Waterproofing shower floors ADVANTAGES & BENEFITS Protects masonry surfaces from water damage Will not peel off like stick-on adhesives Wear-resistant and hard to damage Resists ponding water Extremely U.V. resistant Resists acid rain and chemical pollutants to protect from chemical spills and fallout damage Meets V.O.C. emissions and regulations to eliminate facility downtime during installation Nontoxic formulation is safe to apply Easy application and cleanup No special training or equipment required to install 5-year extendable warranty means system never has to be torn off TECHNICAL DATA Storage conditions...40 F (4 C) to 95 F (35 C) Shelf life...12 months in unopened containers Potlife F (25 C) Membrane thickness...60 mils Bond strength...> 550 psi (3.8 mpa) Tensile strength ASTM C psi (2.3 mpa) Comprehensive strength ASTM C ,690 psi (39.2 mpa) Flexual Strength ASTM psi (12.7 mpa) Packaging...1 gallon (3.79 L) & 5 gallon (18.9 L) BarrierGuard system installed on CBU foundation, prior to installation of landscaping berm in Sea Island, Georgia. APPLICATION GUIDELINES Surface Preparation Remove any loose or flaking particles, scale, dirt, rust or scale. Masonry surfaces need to be dampened first to prevent moisture loss from slurry. Mixing Slurry is prepared by mixing (one-part BarrierGuard, one-part water, and three parts Portland cement). Add BarrierGuard and water to a clean 5- gallon pail and mix with a slow-speed mechanical mixer for about 1 minute. Slowly add the Portland cement until a totally homogenous and lump-free slurry is produced. Above 80 degrees it is recommended to add ice to cool down the slurry mix to prevent premature gelling. Application Apply BarrierGuard slurry to the dampened area and immediately imbed the BarrierGuard Fabric in the wet slurry. Work out any bubbles or creases with the brush. Fully saturate the Fabric from above with more slurry and allow to dry. Follow with a final coat of BarrierGuard slurry. BarrierGuard Fabric should lap by minimum of four inches. Coverage One gallon of BarrierGuard will make approximately four gallons of slurry. The slurry will cover approximately 50 square feet of full BarrierGuard System that is reinforced with fabric, or 250 square feet of single coat priming. Questions? Call Hydro-Stop, Inc. or your Hydro-Stop Representative. Before: BarrierGuard system installed inside large concrete planters prior to installation of palm trees. BarrierGuard being installed on exterior of basement wall prior to back fill at private residence in North Carolina. Before BARRIERGUARD SYSTEM NSF 10 Application of BarrierGuard system to CMU foundation. Above: Sealing concrete shrubbery box. 11
8 FLEXCOATFLEXCOAT CrackBridging Elastomeric Coating Masonry, and in particular, stucco, is a major point of entry for water. This is especially true since masonry tends to crack. FLEXCOAT crackbridging elastomeric is carefully formulated to stay flexible to handle crack movement and provide a highquality water seal at the same time. FLEXCOAT keeps the water out while allowing you the option of hundreds of colors to match your decor. Above: Damaged stucco which has been repaired with FLEXCOAT Above: Waterproofing over structural concrete. Concrete repair and waterproofing of church. BarrierGuard and PREMIUMCOAT also used to protect building envelope. APPLICATION GUIDELINES Surface Preparation Power wash and clean all surfaces to be waterproofed. Priming Chalking surfaces must be primed with SUREBOND PRIMER. All other surfaces do not require priming. CLEARGUARD PLUS provides a durable, clear protective barrier against oil, water, oil-based dirt, and water-based dirt. Utilizing state of the art technology, this coating is effective for unpainted masonry. CLEARGUARD PLUS is easy to apply and doesn t require specialized equipment. Being solvent free, CLEARGUARD PLUS is safe to work with, and does not emit harmful fumes or odor. USES Water and oil repellent for Mortar, Brick, Stucco, Split-Faced Concrete Block, Concrete, Concrete Block, Limestone, Marble, Slate, Tile, Sandstone, Granite, Clay Brick and Terra Cotta Oil-based dirt and water-based dirt repellent on vertical and horizontal surfaces APPLICATION GUIDELINES Surface Preparation Remove debris, dirt, oil and other latience from substrate by powerwashing and mechanical scraping. Repair any damaged mortar and fill all cracks with appropriate filling material. (Contact Hydro-Stop technical department with technical questions.) Application Stir ClearGuard Plus well before use. Apply by brush or low-pressure (pump-up) sprayer. Apply in wet-on-wet fashion allowing product to run down surface approximately 12 inches. Curing time: 72 hours. CLEARGUARD PLUS being applied to structural concrete office building. Untreated Treated ADVANTAGES & BENEFITS Lower surface tension of substrate to repel water, oil, water-based dirt and oil-based dirt Bonds to a wide variety of substrates and can easily be used on all types of masonry and gypsum Eliminates or reduces effluorescence Exceeds NCHRP 244 requirements Meets SS-W-11OC Federal specifications Meets V.O.C. emissions regulations making it safe to use and eliminates facility downtime during application Nontoxic formulation is safe to install Easy application and cleanup lowering job costs Coverage Coverage may vary between square feet per gallon depending on porosity of the substrate. Questions? Call Hydro-Stop, Inc. or your Hydro-Stop Representative. CLEARGUARD PLUS being applied to exterior brick wall at University of North Carolina at Wilmington. CLEARGUARD PLUS Application Apply FLEXCOAT by brush, roller or sprayer at a rate of 180 square feet per gallon. Allow 8 hours to dry before applying a second coat. At least two coats must be applied. Coverage SUREBOND PRIMER = 300 square feet per gallon. FLEXCOAT = 1 coat square feet per gallon. 2 coats square feet per gallon. 3 coats square feet per gallon. Questions? Call Hydro-Stop, Inc. or your Hydro-Stop Representative. 12 Waterproofing of synthetic stucco on bank building in South Carolina. Above: Treated and untreated split-faced block. Notice water-soaked untreated area. Example of water absorbing into split-face concrete block leading to wall problems.
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