Rubber Spray Coating Technical Data
One part Ethylene Propylene Dimonomer1 (EPDM), Rubber
Coating composed of
Elastomeric Hydrocarbons with tackifiers (synthetic resins).
Gives a high quality water & ozone resistant coating.
||20 deg F to 120 deg F.
|Service Temp. Range
||-30 deg F to 220 deg F.
||35 deg F open cup
||30 seconds to 2 minutes
||3 minutes to 5 minutes
|Elongation after cure
||300% to 500%
Ideal for coating all types composition, wood, plywood,
hardwood, cements & all
painted surfaces, dry walls & most plastics, metals,
leathers & fabrics.
Ultraviolet & ozone resistant.
Non-corrosive - not water soluble.
Resists alcohol, water, aqueous HCl, sodium hydroxide,
brine, chlorine and mildew.
Dissolved by carbon tetrachloride, naphtha, gasoline,
mineral spirits, ketones and benzene.
|Inhibitors - Tackifiers
|Blended Aromatic Hydrocarbons
Dielectric strength (volts per mil) 747(ASTM D-149 using 1/2
sphere gaps) on 010" thickness.
Dielectric constant (Hz) 15.05-60(ASTM D.150)
Volume resistivity (OHM/inches)
5.1x 10'~ (ASTM D-257)
ARC resistance (seconds) 85.2 (ASTM D-495)
Aromatic hydrocarbons, prolonged breathing harmful without
EPDM rubber (Ethylene Propylene Dimonomer)
Synthetic resins and hydrocarbons
Aromatic-Toluols, Flash Point 35 deg F open cup
Cured sample 150 qm @ 77 deg F, 5 sec 275 to 300 tenths mm.
refillable C02 System. Available with C02 Cartridges
and Clip-on Pistol type nozzle
oz. can with applicator brush
Aerosol can 12.5 oz.
1 gallon pail
5 gallon pail
55 gallon open head drum
Brookfield Viscosimeter RVF #1 sp @ 20 rpm-750 CPS
Make sure surface is clean and dry. Shake can 10 times,
after the balls move freely. Spray approximately 15 inches
from surface to be treated.
Allow 15 minutes to dry before handling. If second coat is
required, wait 24 hours. Turn can upside down and spray to
clean nozzle after each use. If nozzle becomes plugged, soak
in mineral spirits and open orifice with small fine wire.
Coatings are solvent removable.
FLAMMABLE Vapor may be harmful.
Keep from heat or flame. Contents under pressure.