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Roof System Adds Low-Solids Option

Thursday, June 4, 2015

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BROOKFIELD, WI—Volatile Free Inc. has introduced a new 70 percent solids silicone coating formulated to protect roofs from water damage and UV deterioration.

VFI-991 Silicone is a one-component, moisture-cure elastomer designed for use as a cure-in-place waterproof coating for metal, singly-ply, modified bitumen and other roof surfaces.

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Volatile Free Inc.

VFI-991 Silicone offers protection from leaks, rust and corrosion and is UV-resistant, according to the manufacturer.

The material is the latest addition to the manufacturer’s Sealguard line, which also includes a high-solids formulation.

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According to product literature, high-build VFI-991 Silicone is UV-resistant and offers protection from leaks, rust and corrosion.

The product is also self-flashing, the company says.

The coating can be applied by sprayer, roller or brush.

Headquartered in Brookfield, WI, Volatile Free is a manufacturer of polyurea and polyurea hybrid products and related service for the industrial and commercial roof coatings industry.

More information: www.volatilefree.com.


Tagged categories: Building envelope; Built-up roofs (BUR); Coatings manufacturers; Metal roof coatings; Silicone

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