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Silicone Roof Coating Made to Restore

Thursday, August 20, 2015

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National Coatings Corp. has introduced a low-VOC silicone roof coating designed to restore and repair existing roofs.

SRC 740 is described as a high-solids, one-component, moisture-curing silicone roof coating system.

The seamless system is recommended for application on existing roofing, including concrete, modified bitumen, single-ply, metal roof panel, and smooth BUR.

National Coatings Corp
National Coatings Corp.

The company says the formulation of SRC 740 offers superior adhesion properties.

The formulation does not include hydrocarbon solvents and can be applied in excess of 40 mils in a single coat without blistering, while maintaining maximum adhesion, according to the Camarillo, CA-based company.

The system is available in white, tan, light gray and dark gray. Custom colors are also available by request, the manufacturer says.

More information: www.nationalcoatings.com.

   

Tagged categories: Building envelope; Coating types; National Coatings Corp.; Roofing materials; Silicone

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