Liquid ProPoly® 9600 Series

Liquid ProPoly® coatings were formulated in 2006 to incorporate the latest advancements in polymer technology. The objective was to develop a coating with superior durability that could be used on roofs, walls or foot traffic decks, had a 1 to 2 hour pot life plus fast cure. Liquid ProPoly® has met these objectives. Liquid ProPoly® Urethanes produce a tough yet elastomeric coating that is equally suitable for application on roofs, walls and siding, storage tanks as well as foot traffic surfaces. This universality reduces product selection to choosing a color. Non skid properties are obtained by incorporating the Anti-Skid Additive prior to application.

The Liquid ProPoly® Coatings produce a very smooth glossy surface with low dirt retention properties. This is desirable for Recreational Vehicles, Metal Roofs and Steel Tanks.

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Product Features

 *Fast Cure*
*Low VOC*
*High Solids*

*1 to 2 hr. Pot Life*

 

Suitable Substrates

Rubber Sport Mats 
Concrete
 
Metal
 
Wood
 
EPDM Membranes
 
TPO Membrane (depending on temperature)

Liquid Propoly will have excellent adhesion when used with primer.

Liquid ProPoly® coatings can be applied to both rigid as well as flexible substrates.

 

Liquid-ProPoly-9600
Liquid ProPoly®
Series 9600

Product Data Sheet

Liquid ProPoly® coatings can be applied to both rigid as well as flexible substrates. It will have excellent adhesion when used with primer.


TWO DIFFERENT PRIMERS TO CHOOSE FROM

(depending on substrate used and finish desired)

Use F1501 Proflex Primer® White when changing from an existing color. Antiskid additive may be added to primer to reduce gloss of topcoat.

Proflex Primer® F1500 Clear can be used over porous surfaces when a gloss finish is desired and Liquid ProPoly® topcoat can be applied within 3 days.

 The following is a guide:

Substrates that require an oil based primer or Proflex Primer®
Plywood
Weathered, Coated and Galvanized Steel
Thermoplastic Membranes  (Hypalon, PVC, CPE)

Substrates that require Proflex Primer® F1501 White
Concrete
Masonry
Glass
Steel
Fiberglass
Existing Urethane Coating
Existing Epoxy Coating

Substrates that require Proflex Primer® F1500 Clear
EPDM Rubber  Membrane
Aluminum
Urethane Foam

Coverage:
Theoretical coverage is 1426 ft2/gal at 1 mil dry film. A 6 mil dry film will result when product is spread at 200 sq. ft. per gallon over a smooth or primed substrate.

Pot Life:
A chemical reaction begins after parts A & B are mixed and this produces some heat. When the heat builds up in the container it accelerates the reaction and causes a rapid increase in viscosity. The time interval to reach a difficult to apply viscosity is the pot life.

at 60° F Pot Life is 2.7 hrs.
at 72° F Pot Life is 1.5 hrs.
at 85° F Pot Life is 1.0 hrs.

Cure:
Film cure rate is shortened with increasing temperature. At 72° F the set to touch time for the clear and White coating is 2.5 to 3 hours and 3.0 to 3.5 hours for the colors. The coating can be handled after 6 hours and take light foot traffic after 24 hours. Vehicular traffic can begin after 48 hours.

Thinning:
Do not thin product if application is by squeegee and roller.
Use MEK (Methyl Ethyl Ketone) if needed for spray application and clean-up.

Recoating:
Although the Liquid ProPoly® film reaches sufficient cure to handle or even walk on in less than 12 hours it requires approximately 7 days to reach full cure. Touch up or a second coat of Liquid ProPoly® may be applied within that period. If Liquid ProPoly® is more than 7 days old the surface of the film will have reached a cure condition that would prevent a second coat from adhering to it. In that event either abrade (sand) the first coat or apply one of the 1500 Series Proflex Primers® prior to recoating with Liquid ProPoly®

Traffic Decks should have non-skid surfaces. This is easily accomplished by incorporating the Anti-Skid Additive to any Liquid ProPoly® product.

Useful Information:
■You will have more time to distribute the material when the mixed product is discharged from the container onto substrate within 45 minutes.
■Addition of 10-15% solvent extends pot life.
■When spraying always put pump suction tube into newly mixed pail and then add remainder of previous pail.
■Flush spray pump and hoses with MEK (Methyl Ethyl Ketone) solvent every two hours to prevent product from curing in the hose when spray application takes more than two hours to complete.
Do not apply Liquid ProPoly® if rain is forecast within 12 hours.

The information presented herein is furnished free of charge and is based on technical data that Pro Guard believes to be reliable. It is intended for use by persons having technical skill and is at their own discretion and risk. Since conditions of use are outside our control we make no warranties, express or implied, and assume no liability in connection with any use of this information. Nothing herein is to be taken as a license to operate or a recommendation to infringe any patents.

Liquid-ProPoly-9600
Liquid ProPoly®
Series 9600

Application
Instructions

Liquid ProPoly® coatings can be applied to both rigid as well as flexible substrates. It will have excellent adhesion when used with primer.

TWO DIFFERENT PRIMERS TO CHOOSE FROM
(depending on substrate used and finish desired)

Use F1501 Proflex Primer® White when changing from an existing color.
Antiskid additive may be added to primer to reduce gloss of topcoat.

Proflex Primer® F1500 Clear can be used over porous surfaces when a gloss finish is desired and Liquid ProPoly® topcoat can be applied within 3 days.

The following is a guide:

Substrates that require an oil based primer or Proflex Primer®
Plywood
Weathered, Coated and Galvanized Steel
Thermoplastic Membranes (Hypalon, PVC, CPE)

Substrates that require Proflex Primer® F1501 White
Concrete
Masonry
Glass
Steel
Fiberglass
Existing Urethane Coating
Existing Epoxy Coating

Substrates that require Proflex Primer® F1500 Clear
EPDM Rubber Membrane
Aluminum
Urethane Foam

Surface Preparation:
1. Substrate to be coated must be dry and free of dirt, debris and loose or peeling paint, asphalt based coatings must be removed.
2. Make any necessary repairs to ensure a structurally sound substrate prior to coating.
3. Corrosion on steel must be primed prior to application of Liquid ProPoly®
4. Repair masonry with epoxy compounds such as ProFill®, Butt Putty® Crack Filler Gel or Proflex Flexible Epoxy®.
5. Prime Substrate with Proflex Primer® F1501 White or Proflex Primer® F1500 Clear according to the above guidelines and label instructions.

Coverage:
Theoretical coverage is 1426 ft2/gal at 1 mil dry film. A 6 mil dry film will result when product is spread at 200 sq. ft. per gallon over a smooth or primed substrate.

Mixing:
Part A is pigmented and should be uniform without lumps or hard settling. Examine Part B to determine that it is clear and has not solidified. This part can solidify by reacting with moisture from the atmosphere, keepcontainers tightly closed when not in use. Mix equal volumes of Parts A and B using a drill mixer. Scrape sides of container and mix with rest of material.

Pot Life:
A chemical reaction begins after parts A & B are mixed and this produces some heat. When the heat builds up in the container it accelerates the reaction and causes a rapid increase in viscosity. The time interval to reach a difficult to apply viscosity is the pot life.

at 60° F Pot Life is 2.7 hrs.
at 72° F Pot Life is 1.5 hrs.
at 85° F Pot Life is 1.0 hrs.

Cure:
Film cure rate is shortened with increasing temperature. At 72° F the set to touch time for the clear and White coating is 2.5 to 3 hours and 3.0 to 3.5 hours for the colors. The coating can be handled after 6 hours and take light foot traffic after 24 hours. Vehicular traffic can begin after 48 hours.

Thinning:
Do not thin product if application is by squeegee and roller. Use MEK (Methyl Ethyl Ketone) if needed for spray application and clean-up.

Recoating:
Although the Liquid ProPoly® film reaches sufficient cure to handle or even walk on in less than 12 hours it requires approximately 7 days to reach full cure. Touch up or a second coat of Liquid ProPoly® may be applied within that period. If Liquid ProPoly® is more than 7 days old the surface of the film will have reached a cure condition that would prevent a second coat from adhering to it. In that event either abrade (sand) the first coat or apply one of the 1500 Series Proflex Primers® prior to recoating with Liquid ProPoly®

Traffic Decks should have non-skid surfaces. This is easily accomplished by incorporating the Anti-Skid Additive to any Liquid ProPoly® product.

Useful Information:
■You will have more time to distribute the material when the mixed product is discharged from the container onto substrate within 45 minutes.
■Addition of 10-15% solvent extends pot life.
■When spraying always put pump suction tube into newly mixed pail and then add remainder of previous pail.
■Flush spray pump and hoses with MEK (Methyl Ethyl Ketone) solvent every two hours to prevent product from curing in the hose when spray application takes more than two hours to complete.
■Do not apply Liquid ProPoly® if rain is forecast within 12 hours.

The information presented herein is furnished free of charge and is based on technical data that Pro Guard believes to be reliable. It is intended for use by persons having technical skill and is at their own discretion and risk. Since conditions of use are outside our control we make no warranties, express or implied, and assume no liability in connection with any use of this information. Nothing herein is to be taken as a license to operate or a recommendation to infringe any patents.

 

Liquid-ProPoly-9600

 Liquid
Propoly®

9600 Series

 

The information presented herein is furnished free of charge and is based on technical data that Pro Guard believes to be reliable. It is intended for use by persons having technical skill and is at their own discretion and risk. Since conditions of use are outside our control we make no warranties, express or implied, and assume no liability in connection with any use of this information. Nothing herein is to be taken as a license to operate or a recommendation to infringe any patents.