I Application Procedures
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TEMP-COAT® IS AN INNOVATIVE PRODUCT BY MOST
STANDARDS. SHOULD YOU HAVE ANY QUESTIONS
ABOUT THE PREPARATION, APPLICATION, USE OR
INSTALLATION, PLEASE CONTACT YOUR DISTRIBUTOR
OR TEMP-COAT® BRAND PRODUCTS, LLC.
TEMP-COAT® IS NOT A PAINT
TEMP-COAT® SHOULD BE TREATED AS AN INSULATION
• DO NOT OVER MIX TEMP-COAT®
• STRAIN TEMP-COAT® TO PREVENT GUN CLOGGING
AND TO PROMOTE EVEN PRODUCT FLOW
• SPRAY TEMP-COAT® AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE
PRESSURE
IMPORTANT: OVER MIXING OR USE OF EXCESSIVE PRESSURE
CAN CRUSH THE CERAMIC MICRO-SPHERES CONTAINED IN TEMPCOAT® REDUCING THE PRODUCTS INSULATION PROPERTIES.
TEMP-COAT® IS NOT A PAINT
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Table of Contents
Application Charts ………………………...………………...
(Figures 1,2,3,4 )
Application Instruction & Thickness Chart ….……………….
Things to Know………………………………………………….
Use and Application Guidelines ………………………………
Mixing Instructions ………………………...............................
Airless Spray Operations…………………………………….
Industrial Applications………………………………………….
Safety …………………………………………..………………..
Industrial Requirements ……………………………………….
Specific Needs of Industry …………………………………….
Side Walls & Roof Tops ……………………………………….
Roof Tops - Built up - Pitch & Gravel …………………………
Chilled Water - Non Ferrous …………………………………..
Chilled Water - Ferrous ………………………………………..
Chilled Water - Stainless, Monel, etc ………………………
Steam & Heat (Pipes under 42") ...……………………………
Pipes - High Temperature (System on or off) ……………….
Valves ……………………………………………………………
Condensation ……………………………………………………
Boilers ……………………………………………………………
Patch and Repair ……………………………………………….
Personnel Protection …………………………………………...
Heat Tracing …………………………………………………….
Removal and Disposal …………………………………………
Quik-Gun, Accessories and Instructions …………… ………
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* will disbond at temperatures over 350 o F.
** temperatures greater than 350o F require the use of a mesh type membrane to assure the
products adhesion in the face of extreme expansion and/or contraction.
♦♦If you are uncertain as to what is meant by Flash, Completely or Thoroughly dry or have not
gone through application and product training. Contact the manufacturer or your local
distributor for assistance.
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“Industrial Installation Guide” call1-800-950-9958 or E-Mail your request to [email protected]
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TEMP-COAT® & TEMP-COAT® Roofing & Siding
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Pipe application chart - Sq.Ft. = Pipe Dia. X Pi X 100 ft long (Fraction of gallons rounded up to next full gallon)
Gals. Per Gals. Per Gals. Per Gals. per
Gals. Per Gals. per
Gals. per
Pipe O.D.
Sq.ft.
15 Mil
20 mil
40 mil
60 mil
80 Mil
100 Mil
120 Mil
2"
4"
6"
8"
10"
**12"
14"
16"
18"
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52.36
104.72
157.08
209.44
261.80
314.16
366.52
418.88
471.24
2
3
4
6
7
8
10
11
12
3
6
8
11
13
16
19
21
24
4
7
11
14
18
21
25
28
32
5
9
13
18
22
27
31
35
40
Figure 1
Flat surface application chart (Fraction of gallons rounded up to next full gallon)
Flat Surface
Gals. Per
Gals. Per
Gals. Per
Gals. Per
Sq.Ft.
15 Mil
20 Mil
30 Mil
40 Mil
100
1,000
4,000
8,000
10,000
20,000
30,000
50,000
100,000
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1
2
3
4
5
6
7
7
8
2
20
67
134
167
334
501
835
1,670
3
25
100
200
250
500
750
1,250
2,500
4
34
134
265
333
666
999
1,665
3,330
5
50
200
400
500
1,000
1,500
2,500
5,000
7
13
19
25
31
37
44
50
56
Gals. Per
60 Mil
7
67
264
528
667
1,334
2,001
3,335
6,670
7
14
21
28
35
42
49
56
63
Gals. Per
80 Mil
9
85
334
667
833
1,666
2,499
4,165
8,330
Figure 2
Roof application chart with 20% added for corrugation (Fraction of gallons rounded up to next full gallon)
Roof Surface
Gals. Per
Gals. Per
Gals. Per
Gals. Per
Gals. Per
Gals. Per
Sq.Ft.
15 Mil
20 Mil
30 Mil
40 Mil
60 Mil
80 Mil
100
1,000
4,000
8,000
10,000
20,000
30,000
50,000
100,000
3
24
81
161
201
401
602
1,002
2,004
4
30
120
240
300
600
900
1,500
3,000
5
41
161
318
400
800
1.,199
1,998
3,996
6
60
240
480
600
1,200
1,800
3,000
6,000
9
81
317
634
801
1,601
2,402
4,002
8,004
11
102
401
801
1,000
2,000
2,999
4,998
9,996
Gals. per
140 Mil
Gals. per
160 Mil
8
17
25
33
41
49
57
65
73
10
19
29
39
48
58
67
77
86
Gals. Per
100 Mil
12
118
471
941
1,176
2,352
3,528
5,880
11.760
Gals. Per
100 Mil
15
142
566
1,130
1,412
2,823
4,234
7,056
14,112
Figure 3
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See reverse side for added information & instructions.
** See reverse side for added information & instructions.
Sq.Ft. per Gallon Divided by Factor
Desired Mil Thickness
Sq.Ft. per Gallon
60 ÷ 20 =
300 (300/1000)
3.0
60 ÷ 16.7 =
250 (250/1000)
3.6
60 ÷ 16.0 =
240 (240/1000)
3.75
60 ÷ 14.0 =
200 (200/1000)
4.25
60 ÷ 12.0 =
180 (180/1000)
5.0
60 ÷ 11.0 =
160 (160/1000)
5.5
60 ÷ 9.0 =
140 (140/1000)
6.5
60 ÷ 8.0 =
120 (120/1000)
7.5
60 ÷ 7.0 =
100 (100/1000)
8.5
60 ÷ 5.0 =
80 (80/1000)
12.0
60 ÷ 4.0 =
60 (60/1000)
15.0
60 ÷ 3.0 =
40 (40/1000)
20.0
60
÷
2.0
=
30 (30/1000)
30.0
60 ÷ 1.5 =
20 (20/1000)
40.0
60 ÷ 1.0 =
15 (15/1000)
60.0
Figure 4
Per square foot dry weight of TEMP-COAT® in 10 mil (10/1000 inch) thick increments
10 mils
20
30
40
50
12.7
25.5
38.2
51.0
70.9
grams
1.8 ounces
2.5
60mils
70
80
90
100
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54.432 grams
63.504
72.576
81.648
90.72
1.92 ounces
2.24
2.56
2.88
3.2
Figure 5
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Pipe Applications
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Pipes are insulated for a number of reasons. The chart is designed to help compute
volume requirements once the desired thickness is established. Page 3 of this section
gives estimated thickness for various temperatures. Thickness requirements may
increase if outside ambient reaches extremes on outside installations.
•
** On pipes larger than 12 inches in diameter and carrying temperatures greater than
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Pipes can be coated very quickly when working with a hot surface. Drying times are
negligible and multiple coats can be applied rapidly. * Follow instructions carefully to
assure proper bond and to receive the maximum performance from the product.
•
Pipes 3 inches in diameter and under may be better coated using a brush, small roller
or air assisted Quik-Gun.
350o F may require the use of a mesh type membrane to assure the products adhesion
in the face of extreme expansion and/or contraction.
All Application Considerations
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When spraying overhead allow 15% (+/-) for fallout.
requirements.
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Corrugation will effect volume requirements.
•
Loading an airless spray unit with 100 feet of 3/8" hose requires approximately 1 gallon
of product.
TEMP-COAT® & TEMP-COAT® Roofing & Siding
Mil Thickness Chart to Figure a Job
Sq.Ft. per Gallon Divided by Factor
Desired Mil Thickness
60 ÷ 20 =
300 (300/1000)
60 ÷ 16.7 =
250 (250/1000)
60 ÷ 16.0 =
240 (240/1000)
Wind will effect volume
Sq.Ft. per Gallon
3.0
3.6
3.75
200 (200/1000)
180 (180/1000)
160 (160/1000)
60 ÷ 14.0 =
60 ÷ 12.0 =
60 ÷ 11.0 =
4.25
5.0
5.5
140 (140/1000)
120 (120/1000)
100 (100/1000)
60 ÷ 9.0 =
60 ÷ 8.0 =
60 ÷ 7.0 =
6.5
7.5
8.5
80 (80/1000)
60 (60/1000)
40 (40/1000)
60 ÷ 5.0 =
60 ÷ 4.0 =
60 ÷ 3.0 =
12.0
15.0
20.0
30 (30/1000)
20 (20/1000)
15 (15/1000)
60 ÷ 2.0 =
60 ÷ 1.5 =
60 ÷ 1.0 =
30.0
40.0
60.0
TO DETERMINE NUMBER OF GALLONS REQUIRED DIVIDE TOTAL SQUARE FOOTAGE BY SQUARE FEET PER GALLON.
WHEN FIGURING A JOB THINGS TO CONSIDER ARE: SUBSTRATE TO BE COATED, WORK AREA AND ACCESSIBILITY,
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WEATHER CONDITIONS (WIND, TEMPERATURE, ETC.), PLANT REQUIREMENTS.
IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS AND RECOMMENDATIONS - BUYER SHOULD READ AND
UNDERSTAND BEFORE STARTING
1) Keep Extra Tips on hand - Reversible .017 for vertical work & .021 for horizontal work.
2) Remove ALL screens & filters. TEMP-COAT® is light & viscous and will clog filters.
Note: extremely dry weather or excessive heat may create the need to add water. Per 5 gallon pail Never add
over 10oz for vertical work & 20oz for horizontal work. In extremely hot or dry climates it may be necessary to
mist the surface to be coated to reduce the temperature before spraying.
3) To mix use standard plaster paddle on 1/2" drill motor. Use finger to create trough where product meets
pail wall. Pour 1 to 2 ounces of water in trough and let pail sit allowing water to seep breaking friction. Begin to
mix from bottom to top allowing liquid to form. Complete mixing to a smooth consistency, total mixing time not
to exceed 2 minutes.
4) DO NOT drag mixing paddle along the pail bottom or sides. Plastic that chips off will severely clog the
spray equipment.
5) DO NOT OVER MIX - over mixing grinds the ceramic beads away and reduces effectiveness.
6) Strain all product through window screen size strainer. This will significantly reduce spray problems.
REMINDER - Be sure the oil lubrication pump cup contains oil.
7) Prime spray unit with water using a very clean container.
8) Set pressure at 40 psi. Increase pressure until pump stops when trigger of spray gun is released.
9) Keep clean water, in clean containers, in work area of pump & spray to clean out clogs and clean gun tips.
Note: continued pumping will compact product in the pump, gun & hoses requiring a time consuming take
down and clean out procedure. If compacting occurs shut the system down, relieve pressure, remove the gun
and allow product to ooze out. If product does not ooze out, you may need to use a 3 to 4 foot wire to break
the clog so flow can begin. Removing the gun with pressure intact can cause injury and over spray. The
recycled TEMP-COAT® is still good to use.
10) Check tips frequently for product build up which reduces fan size and causes dripping. . With proper tip,
approved equipment and proper working conditions, achieving a single coat application of 30 mils or more
is feasible on other than hot surfaces.
11) NEVER walk away from equipment with pressure on the system or equipment running.
a) Relieve all pressure from system and gun.
b) Place spray equipment, hose & gun in cool area or cover equipment with light colored tarp or blanket.
c) Place spray gun in bucket of water to keep it cool and stop product from drying out.
d) Remove pickup hose place in bucket of water & place lid tightly on bucket.
e) Upon return, try to pick up without using water, in most instances pump will respond.
NOTE: When spraying at mile high points or above 6,000 feet. Product should be stirred while spraying to
assure proper mix and constant thermal protection.
12) After spraying, clean spray unit, spray gun and hose with clean water.
13) Use “Liquid Shield, diesel fuel or equal” pump lubricant protectorate.
14) Clean gun. Remove caked product/ceramics. Clean lubricate and replace parts after spraying.
15) Flush system, hose and gun thoroughly with clean water before reusing.
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HIGH HEAT APPLICATIONS
1) TEST PATCH - Always do a test patch (if possible) on the surface to be coated. Begin with a mist or very
thin coat. Using a probe type thermometer, cover the probe with tape to determine the performance achieved.
Be cautious of heat bleed by that will distort the thermometer readings.
2) PRIMERS AND COATINGS - Primers and coatings that stick to hot surfaces are very limited in their
performance level and ability to bond. In most cases, when a test hole is cut, we find that TEMP-COAT®
sticks to the primer but the primer did not. Bonding has no effect on TEMP-COAT®’s ability to insulate. If the
surface to be coated is large or flat and vibrates, alternative methods should be considered to hold TEMPCOAT® in place as with any other insulation.
3) INSTALLATION AND EFFECTS - TEMP-COAT® will turn colors and/or char at temperatures above 350o
F * ** (see page 3) (Max. Temperature 400o F). If enough product is not installed to cover the temperatures
or the possibility of that temperature, the powered or charred inner surface of the product will crack and
separate from the surface. When enough is applied, the outer layer will remain intact holding the product on
the surface as a good sound insulation. When applying layers of TEMP-COAT® be certain that the base
coat(s) is only a mist. Each successive layer should be no more than a 20 (+\-) mil thickness and ample drying
time should be allowed between coats. If the coats do not dry, moisture trapped between the layers will cause
blistering and reduce the insulating capacity. Cracking to relieve the pressure, gases and moisture may occur.
4) EXPANSION AND CONTRACTION - Surfaces expand and contract. The larger the surface the more the
opportunity for cracking and separation. Again, a suitable amount of product will allow the inner layer of
product to char, and the outer layer to stay soft, expanding and contracting. If the surface being coated is
expected to run intermittently causing constant expansion and contraction or if vibration is present a wrap of
cheese cloth or a fiberglass mesh might be considered to prevent cracking of the product. Distributorinstallers have performed successful installations using fiberglass strand matting sliced into 1 inch strips and
shredding the particles into TEMP-COAT® then applying with brush or roller. When using cheese cloth or
fiberglass mesh, the mesh should be embedded in the last layers of TEMP-COAT®.
In theory we recommend a 15 (+\-) mil (15/1000 of an inch) coating for every20 degrees Fahrenheit you
wish to change the temperature. We say "in theory" because TEMP-COAT® has a multiplying affect which
can reduce the need for maximum amount of insulation therefore under favorable conditions less insulation
can be used. We always recommend a test patch to determine the actual need for TEMP-COAT®. If you are
not going to do a test patch then the grater amount is recommended.
Degrees in
Fahrenheit
500* **
450* **
400* **
350*
300
250
200
32
0
-30
-45
Degrees in
Centigrade
260
232
204
177
149
121
93
0
-18
-34
-40
Thickness in Mils
(1/1000s of an inch)
250 - 280
210 - 250
160 - 210
130 - 160
110 - 130
80 - 110
50 - 80
15 - 20
20 - 40
40 - 50
50 - 60
Thickness in
64ths o f an inch
280 = 18/64
250 = 16/64
210 = 13/64
160 = 10/64
130 = 8/64
110 = 7/64
80 = 5/64
20 = 1/64
40 = 3/64
50 = 4/64
60 = 5/64
Thickness in
Millimeters
280 = 7.0 mm
250 = 6.0 mm
210 = 5.0 mm
160 = 4.0 mm
130 = 3.0 mm
110 = 2.5 mm
80 = 2.0 mm
20 = 0.5 mm
40 = 1.0 mm
50 = 1.2 mm
60 = 1.5 mm
* will disbond at temperatures over 350 o F.
** temperatures greater than 350o F require the use of a mesh type membrane to assure
the products adhesion in the face of extreme expansion and/or contraction.
Note: for large cylindrical items that exceed 350o F check the rate of expansion at high
temperatures to be certain TEMP-COAT® provides sufficient elongation to remain in tact.
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THANK YOU FOR CHOOSING TEMP-COAT® BRAND LIQUID
CERAMIC INSULATION
IMPORTANT THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW BEFORE
MIXING AND APPLYING TEMP-COAT®.
WHEN YOU OPEN A BUCKET, THE PRODUCT WILL APPEAR THICK AND CHALKY. THIS IS
BECAUSE THE HOLLOW CERAMIC BEADS HAVE RISEN TO THE TOP AND THE LIQUID IS AT
THE BOTTOM. USING A STANDARD WALL TEXTURE MUD PADDLE CONNECTED TO A ½
INCH LOW SPEED DRILL MOTOR, RUN THE PADDLE TO THE BOTTOM OF THE BUCKET.
HOLDING THE BUCKET BETWEEN YOUR FEET, SLOWLY BREAK UP THE PRODUCT BY
PULLING THE PADDLE UP SLOWLY, MAKING A HOLE IN THE BOTTOM SO THAT THE
PADDLE CAN TURN. SLOWLY BEGIN TO MIX THE PRODUCT. WHEN IT BECOMES FLUID,
RUN A STICK AROUND THE EDGE OF THE BUCKET TO BREAK TO PRODUCT LOOSE FROM
THE BUCKET WALLS. CONTINUE TO MIX UNTIL A CREAMY CONSISTENCY IS ACHIEVED. IT
IS NOT NECESSARY TO GET ALL OF THE LUMPS OUT OF THE MIXTURE, AS YOU WILL BE
STRAINING THE PRODUCT BEFORE SPRAYING IT.
IN EXTREMELY WARM AND DRY CLIMATES IT MAY BE NECESSARY TO ADD A SMALL
AMOUNT OF WATER TO THE PRODUCT. DO NOT ADD MORE THAN 10 OZ. OF WATER TO
THE FIVE-GALLON BUCKET OF PRODUCT.
AT HIGH ALTITUDES, IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO STIR THE PRODUCT CONSTANTLY AS THE
BEADS WILL TRY TO RISE TO THE TOP OF THE BUCKET. SOME SPRAY WILL HAVE NO
INSULATION AND SOME SPRAY WILL HAVE NO BINDER. PLEASE KEEP THE PRODUCT
MIXED.
STRAIN TEMP-COAT® THROUGH A SCREEN. COMMON WINDOW SCREEN WILL WORK
WELL. CUT THE TOP HALF OUT OF A FIVE GALLON BUCKET AND TIE THE SCREEN
LOOSELY OVER THE TOP CREATING A FUNNEL. WORK THE PRODUCT THROUGH THE
FUNNEL WITH A PAINT BRUSH OR ROLLER.
APPLY TEMP-COAT® USING AN AIRLESS SPRAYER SUCH AS A GRACO BULLDOG OR AN
ARO 800. A MINIMUM SIZE SPRAYER IS A 28 TO 1 RATIO UNIT. USE A GRACO SPRAY GUN
WITH A REVERSIBLE TIP FOR EASY CLEANING. USE A 21/1000 TIP ON CEILINGS, ROOFS
AND FLOORS. USE A 17/1000 TIP ON WALLS.
SPRAY AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE PRESSURE SO THAT THE BEADS DO NOT CRUSH AND
RUIN THE INSULATION. START TRYING TO SPRAY AT 40 TO 50 PSI. TURN PRESSURE UP
UNTIL MACHINE SPRAYS CONSTANTLY. IF MACHINE PUMPS MORE THAN ONCE AFTER
YOU RELEASE THE GUN TRIGGER, YOU ARE APPLYING TOO MUCH PRESSURE AND CAN
DAMAGE THE BEADS.
IF YOU ARE APPLYING TEMP-COAT® IN A HOT ENVIRONMENT OR ON A WARM ROOF
SURFACE, ALWAYS DROP YOUR SPRAY GUN IN A BUCKET OF WATER AND LET THE
PRESSURE OFF OF THE GUN IF YOU STOP SPRAYING. IT IS NOT A BAD IDEA TO COVER
EVERYTHING WITH A CLOTH OR CANVAS TO KEEP THE HEAT OFF OF THE EQUIPMENT.
ALWAYS KEEP THE TIP OF YOUR GUN CLEAN BY WASHING IT ON OCCASION IN A BUCKET
OF WATER AND KEEP THE CONTAINER YOU ARE DRAWING TEMP-COAT® FROM
COVERED.
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TEMP-COAT® IS ONLY 1/5th LIQUID BY VOLUME AND IT WILL DRY OUT RAPIDLY IF NOT
PROTECTED FROM THE HEAT AND SUN.
TEMP-COAT® MAY BE APPLIED BY HAND WITH A ROLLER AND BRUSH BUT SPECIAL
INSTRUCTIONS ARE NEEDED FOR EASE OF APPLICATION AND FOR A GOOD FINISH.
ALWAYS WET THE ROLLER SLIGHTLY BEFORE YOU START, AS TEMP-COAT® IS A VERY
DRY PRODUCT.
BE CERTAIN THAT TEMP-COAT® IS DRY TO THE TOUCH BETWEEN EACH COAT. ♦♦(see pg 3)
WHEN APPLYING TEMP-COAT® ON HOT PIPES AND SURFACES, THE FIRST COAT MUST BE
EXTREMELY THIN. YOU MUST BE ABLE TO SEE THROUGH IT. THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT
AS IT WILL ALLOW ALL OTHER COATS TO ADHERE PROPERLY. THE SECOND COAT CAN
BE A LITTLE THICKER. IF TEMP-COAT® BEGINS TO BLISTER, IT IS TOO THICK AND THE
GASSES CANNOT ESCAPE THROUGH THE MICRO-POROUS SURFACES. ALL ADDITIONAL
COATS CAN BE FROM 15 MILS TO 30 MILS IN THICKNESS MAKING CERTAIN THAT TEMPCOAT® IS DRY BETWEEN COATS.
PLEASE REVIEW THE TEMP-COAT® LABEL.
THE LABEL GIVES INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS AND THE RECOMMENDED THICKNESS FOR VARIOUS HOT AND COLD
APPLICATIONS.
A MIL IS 1/1000 OF AN INCH. EXAMPLE: 15 MILS IS EQUAL TO THE THICKNESS OF 7
SHEETS OF WRITING PAPER. A MIL IS NOT A METER.
CLEAN UP IMMEDIATELY UPON COMPLETION OF APPLICATION. TEMP-COAT® IS VERY
DRY AND WILL SET UP QUICKLY IN HOSES, SPRAY EQUIPMENT, ROLLERS AND BRUSHES.
ALWAYS LUBRICATE SPRAY EQUIPMENT IMMEDIATELY. MOISTURE BUILD-UP IN HEADS
OF SPRAY EQUIPMENT AND IN THE FLOW LINES FOR TEMP-COAT® WILL CORRODE AND
RUST RATHER QUICKLY RUINING YOUR EQUIPMENT.
TEMP-COAT® IS A CERAMIC PRODUCT. THE HOLLOW GLASS BEADS WILL WEAR OUT
SPRAY TIPS AT A RATE OF ONE TIP FOR EVERY 8000 TO 10,000 SQUARE FEET SPRAYED.
IF THE TIP BEGINS SPRAYING THICK PRODUCT AT THE EDGE OF THE SPRAY PATTERN, IT
WILL BE HARD TO GIVE THE SURFACE AN EVEN COAT OF PRODUCT.
WHEN SPRAYING A SURFACE, TEMP-COAT® COVERAGE IS 60 SQUARE FEET PER GALLON
AT A THICKNESS OF 15 MILS. MARK OFF AN AREA 6 FEET BY 10 FEET (60 SF) AND SPRAY
IT, YOU SHOULD HAVE USED ABOUT ONE GALLON OF PRODUCT.
PLEASE CONSULT OUR INSTALLATION GUIDE FOR MORE AND SPECIFIC INSTALLATION
INSTRUCTIONS FOR ALL TYPES OF SURFACES.
OUR ORDER AND HELP LINE IS 1-800-950-9958, E-mail [email protected] . PLEASE
FEEL FREE TO CONTACT US FOR TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE IN ENGLISH AT THIS NUMBER
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IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS
•
OPEN CONTAINER - THE TOP 80% IS A CRUST WHICH MUST BE BLENDED SLOWLY WITH
THE FLUID AT THE BOTTOM.
•
TO MIX USE STANDARD PLASTER PADDLE ON 1/2" DRILL MOTOR. USE FINGER TO CREATE
TROUGH WHERE PRODUCT MEETS PAIL WALL. POUR 1 TO 2 OUNCES OF WATER IN
TROUGH AND LET PAIL SIT ALLOWING WATER TO SEEP BREAKING FRICTION. BEGIN TO MIX
FROM BOTTOM TO TOP ALLOWING LIQUID TO FORM. COMPLETE MIXING TO A SMOOTH
CONSISTENCY, TOTAL MIXING TIME NOT TO EXCEED 2 MINUTES.
•
MIX CONTENTS WITH A PAINT STIRRER OR A PAINT MIXING PADDLE ON A VARIABLE SPEED
1/2" ELECTRIC DRILL.
THINNING THIS PRODUCT IS NOT RECOMMENDED AND CAN
SUBSTANTIALLY REDUCE PRODUCT EFFECTIVENESS
MIX SLOWLY - DO NOT OVER MIX - MIX TO A CREAMY CONSISTENCY
MIXING TOO FAST OR OVER MIXING WILL DAMAGE
THE CERAMIC PRODUCT AND REDUCE ITS EFFICIENCY
STRAIN PRODUCT BEFORE SPRAYING
DO NOT APPLY TOO THICK. APPLY BY BRUSH, AIRLESS SPRAY, ROLLER or Quik Gun. ONE THIN
COAT OF PRODUCT AT A TIME. EACH COAT MUST FLASH OR BE ALLOWED TO DRY COMPLETELY
BEFORE APPLYING SECOND COAT. ♦♦(see pg 3)
•
APPLYING TOO THICK WILL CAUSE BLISTERING AND PREVENT ADHERENCE.
•
PRODUCT SHOULD BE APPLIED ONLY TO CLEAN, FIRM, DRY SURFACES CLEAN OF ALL
FOREIGN MATTER INCLUDING OIL AND GREASE.
•
WHEN APPLYING PRODUCT TO SURFACES WITH TEMPERATURES 90o F THIN COATS SHOULD
BE APPLIED AND ALLOWED TO DRY THOROUGHLY BEFORE APPLYING SUBSEQUENT
COATS.* MULTIPLE COATS CAN BE APPLIED UNTIL THE DESIRED RESULT IS ACHIEVED.
APPLICATION IN THICK COATS WHICH CAUSES BLISTERING WILL VOID THE WARRANTY.
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WHEN APPLYING WITH A ROLLER, WETTING ROLLER SURFACE WILL SPEED APPLICATION.
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APPLY PRODUCT IN COATS OF 15 (+\-) MIL THICKNESS. TEST RESULTS INDICATE THAT A 15
MIL THICKNESS CAN CREATE AN “R” FACTOR EQUIVALENT TO R-19/20.
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PRODUCT CAN BE TINTED ALMOST ANY PASTEL COLOR WITH CONVENTIONAL LATEX TINT
AVAILABLE FROM YOUR LOCAL PAINT STORE.
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CLEAN UP - PRODUCT HAS A LATEX BASE AND CAN BE CLEANED UP IMMEDIATELY
FOLLOWING APPLICATION WITH SOAP AND WATER.
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Prime All Surfaces Prone To Rust
Strain All TEMP-COAT® Products
Diagram of a standard drywall mud mixing paddle which has been cut down to three (3)
inches in depth. This width allows the paddle to spin freely under the insulation material
3"
and draw upward to mix the TEMP-COAT® to smooth-creamy consistency.
Note: Screw type paddles will shear beads faster that a flat surface.
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TEMP-COAT®
A DESCRIPTIVE USE OF AIRLESS SPRAY EQUIPMENT FOR USE WITH
TEMP-COAT® & TEMP-COAT® PRODUCT PREPARATION
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THE TERM AIRLESS DEALS WITH THE ACTION OF THE PUMP THAT DELIVERS A PRODUCT. THE
TERM AIRLESS SIGNIFIES THAT THE PRODUCT THAT COMES OUT OF A SPRAY GUN IS 100%
PRODUCT AND IS NOT MIXED WITH AIR.
AIRLESS SPRAY EQUIPMENT IS “POWERED” BY AN ASSORTMENT OF ENERGIES. THE POWER
CAN BE AIR COMPRESSOR, GASOLINE ENGINE, DIESEL ENGINE, ELECTRIC MOTOR, HYDRAULIC
MOTOR OR SOME COMBINATION THEREOF.
QUITE OFTEN, ESPECIALLY IN INDUSTRY, YOU WILL BE TOLD THAT TEMP-COAT® CAN BE
APPLIED USING CONVENTIONAL PAINT POTS OR CONVENTIONAL SPRAY EQUIIPMENT THAT
MIXES WITH AIR AS THE PRODUCT COMES OUT OF THE PAINT GUN. THESE TYPES OF
EQUIPMENT WILL NOT WORK WITH TEMP-COAT® BECAUSE OUR PRODUCT IS EXTREMELY
LIGHT WEIGHT (AT LESS THAN 5.9 LBS. PER GALLON) CAUSING THE GUN TO SPIT RATHER THAN
SPRAY.
CHOOSING SPRAY EQUIPMENT:
THERE ARE A NUMBER OF MANUFACTURERS OF AIRLESS SPRAY EQUIPMENT CAPABLE OF
SPRAYING TEMP-COAT®. GRAYCO, AERO, SPEEDFLO, BINKS TO NAME A FEW. THE IMPORTANT
CONSIDERATIONS IN CHOOSING A PIECE OF EQUIPMENT, DEAL WITH HOW THE EQUIPMENT
WILL BE USED AND THE NATURE OF THE JOBS YOU EXPECT TO BE PERFORMING.
OVER THE YEARS, WE HAVE FOUND THE BEST ALL-ROUND PUMP FOR THE JOB IS THE GRACO 28
TO 1 BULLDOG, OR LARGER. WE LIKE THE GRACO BECAUSE IT IS A UNIVERSAL MACHINE AND
PARTS CAN BE FOUND ANYWHERE FOR THE PUMPS. THE BULLDOG IS ALSO ONE OF THE BEST
PUMPS IN THE AIRLESS LINE FOR GRACO THEREFORE THEY ARE PLENTIFUL, EASY TO ACQUIRE
AND PARTS ARE STOCKED VIRTUALLY ANYWHERE GRACOS’ ARE SOLD WORLDWIDE.
THE BULLDOG WILL REQUIRE AMPLE AIR SERVICE TO POWER THE MACHINE. THE SOURCE OF
AIR MUST BE A CONSTANT 40 TO 50 PSI WITH ENOUGH VOLUME TO KEEP THE MACHINE
MOVING. USUALLY A COMPRESSOR THAT DELIVERS 185 CFM IS SUFFICIENT TO PROVIDE THE
AIR POWER TO OPERATE THE PUMP. LARGE PUMPS LIKE THE GRACO 56 TO 1 MAY REQUIRE A
LARGER COMPRESSOR LIKE THE 325-CFM. ATTEMPTING TO APPLY PRODUCT WITH TWO GUNS
FROM A SINGLE MACHINE OR LARGER AIRLESS PUMPS COULD REQUIRE LARGER
COMPRESSERS. A 3/4TH INCH AIR LINE FEEDS THE MACHINE, GIVING IT ENOUGH VOLUME TO
DRIVE THE PUMP. MOST PLANT SIGHTS HAVE ADEQUATE AIR AVAILABLED. YOU WILL NEED A
GOOD REGULATOR AND WE RECOMMEND A WATER SEPARATOR BETWEEN THE PLANT AIR
SOURCE AND THE PUMP BECAUSE MOST PLANT AIR IS FILLED WITH CONDENSATION AND IS
CONSIDERED “WET”. THE MOISTURE IN THESE LINES CAN CAUSE SEVERAL PROBLEMS. IT CAN
PUT TOO MUCH WATER IN THE PRODUCT MAKING TEMP-COAT® HARDER TO DRY AND IT CAN
ADD IMPURITIES TO THE PRODUCT AFFECTING THE BONDING.
GRACO ALSO MAKES THE 7000 WHICH IS A GASOLINE POWERED 28 TO 1 PUMP. THIS PUMP IS A
WISE CHOICE FOR THE ROOFING INDUSTRY. THE 7000 (OR THE UPDATED 7900) IS DESIGNED
TEMP-COAT®
EQUIPMENT AND PRODUCT PREPARATION
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TO PUMP HEAVY FLUIDS LONG DISTANCES AND BECAUSE OF THIS, IT CAN DELIVER TEMPCOAT® WELL ON ALMOST ANY ROOFING JOB. PLEASE KEEP IN MIND THAT FOR
INDUSTRIAL PURPOSES, MOST PLANTS WOULD PREFER TO SEE AN AIR OPERATED MACHINE
AND FREQUENTLY WILL RESTRICT THE USE OF GAS OR ELECTRIC EQUIPMENT IN THEIR
PROCESS UNITS. THE 7000 IS THE ONLY GASOLINE POWERED UNIT IN THE GRACO LINE WHICH
IS DESIGNED TO PUMP HEAVY MASTICS OR OUR PRODUCT. THE OTHER GASOLINE DRIVEN
PUMPS ARE DESIGNED TO SPRAY PAINT WHICH DOES NOT REQUIRE AS STOUT A PUMP.
CHOOSING A SPRAY GUN:
WE HAVE REVIEWED A NUMBER OF SPRAY GUNS AND HAVE FOUND THE GRACO “PLUS” GUN TO
BE OF HIGHER QUALITY AND MORE PROFICIENT THAN ANY OTHER WE HAVE TESTED FOR
APPLYING TEMP-COAT® THIS GUN DOES HAVE SEVERAL SENSATIVE PARTS AND IT MUST BE
CLEANED CONSTANTLY, INSIDE AND OUT TO ASSURE PROPER OPERATION AND TROUBLE FREE
DELIVERY. I CANNOT EMPHASIZE ENOUGH THE NEED TO MAINTAIN, CLEAN AND LUBRICATE
THIS EQUIPMENT. FAILURE TO DO SO WILL GUARANTEE YOU DISCOMFORT AND FRUSTRATION
ON THE JOB. THE BINKS M-I IS EXPENSIVE BUT ALSO A GOOD CHOICE.
ESSENTIAL PARTS FOR A COMPLETE RIG:
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SPRAY UNIT SUITED FOR YOUR SITUATION
REQUIREMENTS ARE A PUMP RATED AT 28-1 THAT DEVELOPS 3000
PSI THAT DELIVERS AT LEAST 3 GALLONS PER MINUTE (3 GPM)
2 LENGTHS OF 50 FT. HD, 3000 LB. 3/8TH INCH DELIVERY HOSE
2 17/1000 TIPS
2 21/1000 SPRAY TIPS
2 DUCK BILL TIP HOLDERS
1 REGULATOR-WATER SEPARATOR
1 CHICAGO AIR CONNECTION ADAPTER
1 TOOL BOX WITH ASSORTED TOOLS WRENCHES AND ETC.
NOTE: A WHIP CANNOT BE USED WITH THIS PRODUCT.
CARE & USE OF AN AIRLESS RIG USED FOR TEMP-COAT® APPLICATIONS:
AIRLESS SPRAY EQUIPMENT AND THE COMPONENT PARTS INCLUDING HOSES, GUNS AND TIPS
ARE ONLY AS GOOD AS THE MAINTENANCE AND CARE THEY RECEIVE.
FROM EXPERIENCE WE KNOW THAT YOU CANNOT GET THE INSIDE OF YOUR HOSES AND
MACHINE CLEAN ENOUGH. THE MORE YOU WASH THEM, THE BETTER THEY WILL PERFORM
NEXT TIME YOU USE THEM.
TEMP-COAT® CONTAINS CERAMICS THAT CONSTANTLY POLISHES AND SANDS DOWN THE
INSIDE OF YOUR EQUIPMENT. WHEN YOU LEAVE PARTICLES OF TEMP-COAT® IN EQUIPMENT
THE NEXT USE WILL GRIND THIS RESIDUE OFF THE WALLS AND TRY TO PASS THE CHIPS
THROUGH THE SMALL HOLE IN THE TIP. THIS WILL CAUSE CONSTANT COLGGING OF THE TIP
AND GUN WHICH WILL CAUSE WASTED TIME AND PRODUCT AS WELL AS DAMAGED
EQUIPMENT.
NEVER ALLOW PRODUCT TO SIT IN THE PUMP, HOSES, GUN OR TIP UNNECESSARILY. TEMPCOAT® IS VERY HIGH IN SOLIDS AND DRIES VERY RAPIDLY. FAILURE TO KEEP THE HOSE, GUN
AND PUMP COOL AND PREVENT DRYING IN THE SYSTEM WILL CAUSE NUMEROUS, EXPENSIVE
PROBLEMS.
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TEMP-COAT® EQUIPMENT AND PRODUCT PREPARATION
HERE ARE A FEW TIPS TO MAKE YOUR EQUIPMENT LAST LONGER AND PERFORM BETTER:
1) ALWAYS CHECK THE OIL IN THE MOTOR AND THE PUMP LUBRICATION CUP BEFORE
STARTING THE UNIT.
2) USE TEFLON TAPE ON ALL HOSE AND GUN FITTINGS AND MAKE CERTAIN THAT THEY
ARE TIGHT.
3) INSPECT HOSE THOROUGHLY FOR CHAFING, CRACKS OR KINKS THAT COULD DAMAGE
THE MASHINE OR CAUSE PERSONAL INJURY.
4) MAKE CERTAIN THAT YOUR HOSE IS A MINIMUM OF 3/8TH INCH AND IS A HEAVY DUTY
3000 PSI HOSE.
5) HAVE CLEAN BUCKETS OF WATER ON HAND TO PRIME THE PUMP AND TO CATCH ANY
DISCHARGE YOU MAY HAVE.
6) CHECK THE PUMP BYPASS VALVE ADJACENT TO THE SPRAY HOSE ON THE PUMP TO
MAKE SURE IT IS CLEAN AND CLEAR AND FUNCTIONAL.
7) MAKE CERTAIN THAT THE PICK-UP TUBE IS CLEAN AND CLEAR.
8) MAKE CERTAIN THAT YOUR AIR PRESSURE GAUGE AND VALVE ARE FUNCTIONAL AND
READING PROPERLY.
9) SPRAY AMPLE WATER THROUGH THE HOSE AND GUN TO MAKE CERTAIN IT IS CLEAN
AND WORKING PROPERLY.
10) WE RECOMMEND STORING YOUR PUMP BY RUNNING DIESEL FUEL THROUGH THE PUMP
AND INTO THE HOSE. CITY WATER CONTAINS CHLORENE THAT WILL PIT YOUR PUMP
SHAFT AND IT IS EXTREMELY EXPENSIVE TO REPAIR. MAKE NO MISTAKE ABOUT IT,
CITY WATER WILL DESTROY YOUR PUMP.
11) WHEN THE DAY IS THROUGH, COMPLETELY DISASSEMBLE YOUR GUN AND CLEAN
EVERY PART OF IT. A REPLACEMENT SPRING RELEASE SYSTEM FOR A PLUS GUN COSTS
OVER $60.00. BE CAREFUL NOT TO BEAT ON THE BALL SEAL AT THE TIP OF THE SPRAY
GUN. DAMAGING THIS BALL OR BENDING THE SPRING AT ALL WILL RUIN THIS PART.
USE A LIGHT OIL OR VASALINE TO LUBRICATE THIS MECHANISM WHEN IT IS RETURNED
TO THE GUN.
12) STORE YOUR PUMP AND HOSES WITH DIESEL WATER IN THEM. THIS WILL PREVENT THE
HARDENING OF PRODUCT IN THE LINES. FLUSH THE LINES WITH WATER BEFORE USING
AGAIN WITH TEMP-COAT® TO REMOVE THE OILY WATER. PRIME THE PUMP WITH
CLEAN WATER TO AFFECT THE PICK-UP OF TEMP-COAT®
HERE ARE A FEW TIPS TO MAKE YOUR JOB EASIER AND YOUR PRODUCT FUNCTION BETTER:
1) KEEP BUCKETS OF PRODUCT IN A COOL PLACE AND DO NOT OPEN ANY SOONER THAN
NEEDED.
2) ALWAYS WORK ON A TARP OR DROP CLOTH TO KEEP YOUR SURROUNDINGS CLEAN AND
FREE FROM CONTAMINENTS.
3) CARRY EXTRA BUCKETS OR A WASTE BARREL FOR EXCESS WASH WATER. DO NOT
DUMP WASH WATER ON THE CUSTOMERS PREMISIS WITHOUT HIS EXPLICIT
PERMISSION.
4) WHEN YOU ARE SPRAYING, KEEP EXTRA TIPS ON HAND. TIPS AND DUCK-BILLS WILL GET
CLOGGED WITH TEMP-COAT AND MUST BE CLEANED AS THE DAY PROGRESSES.
5) ALWAYS HAVE BASIC TOOLS ON HAND TO CONNECT AND REPAIR EQUIPMENT.
6) ALWAYS CHECK THE PUMP OIL LEVEL AND GAS ENGINE OIL LEVEL BEFORE STARTING.
TEMP-COAT® EQUIPMENT AND PRODUCT PREPARATION
7) ALWAYS REMOVE ALL KINKS FROM HOSES BEFORE BEGINNING. HIGH PRESSURE HOSES
ARE VERY STIFF AND SUBJECT TO KINKS THAT CAN CAUSE DAMAGE AND INJURY.
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8) WHEN YOU FIRST OPEN A BUCKET, MAKE A GROVE ABOUT ONE INCH DEEP AROUND THE
EDGE OF THE PRODUCT. POUR A SMALL AMOUNT OF WATER (ABOUT 2 OUNCES) IN THIS
GROOVE AND IT WILL BREAK THE FRICTION BETWEEN THE BUCKET AND PRODUCT
MAKING MIXING MUCH EASIRER. WAIT A FEW MINUTES BEFORE MIXING. BE CAREFUL
NOT TO ALLOW THE FLAT MIXING PADDLE TO SCRAPE THE SIDE OF THE BUCKET.
BLACK FOULINGS CAN CAUSE A BLOCKAGE IN THE GUN AND CAUSE EXTREME DOWN
TIME.
9) DO NOT OVER MIX THIS PRODUCT. IF YOU MIX MORE THAN TWO (2) MINUTES, YOU ARE
CAUSING EXCESSIVE DAMAGE TO THE INSULATING QUALITIES OF THE PRODUCT.
AGAIN, DO NOT OVER MIX.
10) WHEN SPRAYING, ALLWAYS HOLD YOUR GUN AT A 90-DEGREE ANGLE TO YOUR WORK.
FOR ROOF SURFACES IN PARTICULAR, COVERAGE SHOULD BE AT A RATE OF 60 SQUARE
FEET PER GALLON. MARK OFF A 6 FT. BY 10 FT. SECTION OF ROOF AND THAT SHOULD
TAKE ONE GALLON TO SPRAY. THIS WILL ASSIST YOU IN ADJUSTING TO A CONTINUOUS
SPRAY RATE.
11) IF YOU STOP SPRAYING FOR A BREAK OR FOR LUNCH, DROP THE GUN IN A BUCKET OF
WATER AND COVER THE HOSE, PRODUCT AND PUMP WITH A TARP TO PREVENT
EXCESSIVE DRYING OUT OF THE PRODUCT.
12) WHEN SPRAYING MULTIPLE COATS, ALWAYS ALLOW THE PRODUCT TO FLASH (DRY TO
A DULL, NON GLOSSY CONDITION) BEFORE APPLYING ANOTHER COAT.
13) WHEN SPRAYING HOT SURFACES, ALWAYS START OFF WITH A MIST COAT, FOLLOWED
BY A VERY THIN COAT. SUBSEQUENT COATS SHOULD BE THIN (APPROXIMATELY 15
MILS) WITH DRYING BETWEEN COATS. IF YOU APPLY THIS PRODUCT ANY THICKER IT
WILL NOT HAVE TIME TO GAS-OFF AND WILL BLISTER. (PRODUCT TEMPERATURE
RANGE –80 f TO + 350 f AND HIGHER, SEE PRODUCT DATA SHEETS).
14) ON SMALLER JOBS, TWO MEN CAN DO AN ADEQUATE JOB. ON LARGER JOBS,
EFFICIENCY IS OBTAINED USING THREE MEN. ONE MAN OPERATES THE PUMP AND
MIXES, ONE MAN SPRAYS AND THE THIRD RELEIVES THE SPRAYER AND ACTS AS HIS
ASSISTANT. ON LARGE JOBS PRODUCTIVITY IS LOST IF IT IS PERFORMED WITH TWO
MEN.
15) WHEN SETTING THE PUMP UP FOR SPRAYING, START AT ABOUT 35 psi. IF THE GUN WILL
NOT SPRAY FLUIDLY, INCREASE THE PRESSURE SLIGHTLY. THE OBJECT IS TO HAVE THE
GUN SPRAY CONTINUOUSLY BUT WHEN YOU RELEASE THE TRIGGER, HAVE THE PUMP
STOP WITHIN ONE STROKE. IF THE PUMP CONTINUES AFTER YOU RELEASE THE
TRIGGER, THE PRESSURE IS TOO HIGH. BETWEEN GROUND LEVEL AND 20 FEET, THE
PUMP SHOULD PERFORM PROPERLY BETWEEN 35 AND 45 psi. THE GREATER THE LENGTH
OF HOSE, THE GREATER THE FRICTION AND THE HIGHER THE PRESSURE MUST BE TO
PUSH THE PRODUCT THROUGH. THE SAME APPLIES TO HEIGHTS.
PRODUCT MIXING INSTRUCTIONS
TEMP-COAT® 101, INSUL-ALL™ AND
TEMP-COAT® ROOFING & SIDING
TEMP-COAT LIQUID ACRYLIC LATEX CERAMIC INSULATION IS NOT A PAINT
AND CANNOT BE TREATED AS A PAINT. THE PRODUCT IS FILLED WITH HOLLOW CERAMIC
BEADS WHIT A VERY HIGH CRUSH STRENGTH, ALLOWING THE PRODUCT TO BE USED ON
WALKING SURFACES AND IN OTHER VERY HARSH CONDITONS WITHOUT BEING
COMPROMISED.
TEMP-COAT EQUIPMENT AND PRODUCT PREPARATION
WHEN A BUCKET OF TEMP-COAT IS OPENED, THE PRODUCT LOOKS LIKE SHEET-ROCK MUD.
THIS IS BECAUSE THE LIQUID IS AT THE BOTTOM AND THE CERAMIC BEADS HAVE
ACCUMULATED AT THE TOP OF THE BUCKET. USE A PENCIL, SCREW- DRIVER, PAINT STICK
OR SIMILAR OBJECT AND MAKE A GROOVE BETWEEN THE BUCKET WALL AND THE
PRODUCT. POOR ABOUT TWO OUNCES (2 OZ.) OF CLEAN WATER AROUND THE VALLEY YOU
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HAVE MADE. ALLOW BUCKET (S) TO SET FOR ABOUT 10 TO 15 MINUTES AS YOU PREPAIR
YOUR EQUIPMENT FOR APPLICATION. THE WATER WILL SEEP ALONG THE SIDES OF THE
BUCKET AND BREAK THE SURFACE TENSION MAKING THE PRODUCT MUCH EASIER AND
FASTER TO MIX.
NOTE: THE STEP RECOMMENDED ABOVE WILL HELP SAVE TIME, EFFORT AND IT WILL
REDUCT THE CHANCE OF HITTING THE SIDES OF THE BUCKET WITH THE PADDLE. IF YOU
HIT THE BUCKET WITH THE RECTANGULAR PATTLE, YOU COULD EASILY CHIP THE BUCKET
AND CAUSE PLASTIC FLAKES THAT WILL CLOG YOUR GUN AND HOSES. THIS WILL REQUIRE
EXCESSIVE CLEANING OF HOSE AND GUN PLUS DOWN TIME IN THE APPLICATION PROCESS.
HITTING THE BUCKET SIDES WITH THE PADDLE WILL CREATE THE NEED TO STRAIN THE
PRODUCT AS DESCRIBED IN THE TRAINING VIDEO. THIS STEP MAKES THE PRODUCT MUCH
MORE DIFFICULT TO DEAL WITH.
WHEN MIXING TEMP-COAT, A STANDARD RECTANGULAR SHEETROCK MUD PADDLE SHOULD
BE USED. DAISY OR SWIRL TYPE PADDLES SLICE THE BEADS AND REDUCES THE
EFFECTIVENESS OF THE PRODUCT.
USING A ½ INCH (PREFERABLY A VARIABLE SPEED) DRILL MOTOR, HOLD THE BUCKET
FIRMLY BETWEEN YOUR FEET AND BEGIN TO MIX SLOWLY, PULLING THE PATTLE
UPWARDS TO MIX THE FLUID WITH THE CERAMIC BEADS.
IF YOU MIX THE PRODUCT FOR MORE THAN TWO MINUTES (2 MIN.) YOU TAKE A CHANCE OF
DAMAGING THE BEADS AS THEY GRIND TOGETHER.
MANY APPLICATORS HAVE BEGUN USING A METAL (ALUMINUM OR STAINLESS) 10 GALLON
POT OR LARGER TO MIX THE PRODUCT IN. THIS TOTALLY ELIMINATES THE POSSIBILITY OF
FLAKEING PLASTIC INTO THE PRODUCT THAT CAN CLOG THE HOSES AND THE GUN.
IF A PORTION OF A BUCKET IS USED AND THE BALANCE STORED FOR FUTURE USE. WE
HIGHLY RECOMMEND THAT YOU STRAIN THE PRODUCT BEFORE ATTEMPTING TO SPRAY.
TEMP-COAT IS A VERY DRY PRODUCT AND ANY DRY PRODUCT WHICH ADHERES TO THE
BUCKET WALL COULD FALL INTO THE MIX AND BLOCK THE SPRAY TIP.
PLEASE CALL OR WRITE FOR
ASSISTANCE OR INSTRUCTIONS
e-mail [email protected] TOLL FREE 1-800-950-9958
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TEMP-COAT® Industrial Applications
Product Installation
Unlike Residential and Commercial, Industrial applications of TEMP-COAT® include
their own specialized and unique set of installation challenges. The reasons for these
changes are wide and varied but most commonly include:
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Acidic and Corrosive Atmospheres
Excessive Heat
Excessive Moisture
A Combination of Challenges
Unknown Heat and Cold Quantities
Personnel Protection
Corrosion Created by Insulation
Specific Industrial Requirements
Working with the Companies Other Contractors
Scheduling
Unique Tolerances
Stringent and Necessary Rules and Safety Procedure
Our entire product line is geared to provide solutions to industrial problems. A first
hand knowledge of our product’s uses is required to properly service industry. Although
these instructions are written specifically for TEMP-COAT® Brand Products, the need to
know also applies to MagiCeal, RealSeal, Slip-Gard, Ultra-Flex, Last-A-Span and Primal
Green products as well.
Important Guidelines in the Use and Application of TEMP-COAT®
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Do Not Allow TEMP-COAT® To Freeze
Follow Mixing Instructions Precisely
Do Not Over Mix As The Thermal Capability Could Be Jeopardized
Use Last-A-Span Mastic Or Other Suitable Mastic Where Applicable
Follow The Published General Application Instructions For Best Results
Allow Ample Drying Time Before Sunset, Approaching Inclement or Cold Weather
Apply Only To Dry Surfaces Or Use Drying Apparatus To Aid In Curing Of The
Product
TEMP-COAT® Can Be Tinted Most Light To Pastel Color
Last-A-Span Is Not Recommended For Use As A Stand Alone, But As A Suitable
Sub-Surface Mastic To Which TEMP-COAT® Will Bond.
Note: Always obtain information about in plant disposal of waste water or removal of
water from facilities.
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SAFETY
TEMP-COAT® Brand Products/Span-World Distribution makes available a complete
CORPORATE CONTINGENCY PLAN, Document #QP4070 which outlines those policies
required for a professional and safe business operation on and off industrial sites. All
distributor/installer personnel are required to take instruction from this manual and to be
briefed on these procedures when representing TEMP-COAT® and TEMP-COAT® Brand
Products. See pages 2-17 thru 2-22 of your Sales and Product Knowledge Manual.
TEMP-COAT®
ELIMINATES
MANY
PROBLEMS
COSTING
OWNERS AND OPERATORS
A LOT OF
TIME AND MONEY
Safety is important. It is the most important obligation an owner or operator has to
his personnel.
That's why TEMP-COAT® has created a line of products and convenient packaging
allowing the worlds most versatile insulation to be conveniently and inexpensively placed
wherever insulation is needed for touch up or full scale insulation work.
TEMP-COAT® works well on both convective and conductive heat and cold.
TEMP-COAT® adheres to any clean dry surface up to 350o F and will perform well
on temperatures up to 500o F**.
When a hot spot is detected that can cause discomfort or harm to personnel, a
container of TEMP-COAT® can be deployed immediately to correct the problem area. And
it is LATEX; therefore application equipment cleans up fast with soap and water.
** temperatures greater than 350o F require the use of a mesh/membrane to assure the
products adhesion in the face of extreme expansion and/or contraction.
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INDUSTRIAL REQUIREMENTS
Safety First
Instruction and training was designed with industry in mind with a constant emphasis
on being a good Quality Vendor and Contractor to industry.
Industrial requirements will always supersede our requirements in performance of
our job assignment therefore you and your installers must be creative and flexible in
working with your employer or his contractor.
Most industrial applications are standard and the general knowledge and ability is
learned within your training.
Deviations can occur within industrial applications due to time restraints, extreme
heat or cold conditions, working conditions and scheduling. Always remember that industry
has far greater problems and objectives than you and your needs. Be flexible and
understanding in working with these giants. We have a lot to offer them but we respectfully
offer it on their terms.
Among the most obvious advantages you offer are:
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Ease and Speed of Application
Eliminate Waste and Over Application
Adheres to Surfaces Eliminating Corrosion
Contains No Volatile Organic Compounds
Ease and Speed of Repair
Affords for Visible Inspection
Personnel Protection
These advantages and many others create a need, fills a void and improves the
quality of insulation for industry.
ABATEMENT AND ENCAPSULATION
Keep in mind that you are not an abatement company and that proper protection and
precautions should be taken when dealing with asbestos, foam, fiberglass, wool or any
other form of insulation. Always comply thoroughly and completely with all OSHA, EPA
and Plant rules and regulations. Contact Span-World Distribution about companion
products such as Loc-Down, FireLoc, etc.
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SPECIFIC NEEDS OF INDUSTRY
Insulation represents a primary cost factor to industry.
In a new industrial environment dominated by regulations, humanitarian concerns,
efficiency, conservation and ecological effectiveness, industry must react to the need for a
cleaner, safer work sight and adhere to good neighbor policies.
Among their concerns are personnel protection, proper operating temperatures,
corrosion that forms under conventional insulation and heat tracing.
In tests performed on behalf of McDonnell Douglas Corporation at Purdue University
Technology Properties Research Laboratories, TEMP-COAT® provides very formidable
insulation qualities which when added to its other features, provides breakthrough
technology for industry.
The advantages are stated in our checklist advertisement qualifying the temperature
over which we can operate (copy attached).
The last obvious advantage which make us attractive to industry is the fact that we
can generally eliminate jacketing except under the most acidic conditions (which is an
industry call) and as a coating, we are much less expensive to install.
Keep in mind that acceptance of TEMP-COAT® Brand Products along with our other
products does not automatically mean you will have the ability to install for that company.
Most industrial manufacturers have their coating and insulation contractor in place and
under contract therefore you may be required to train these contractors to use and install
our products. This is a decision we expect our distributor/installers to honor and approach
with diligence in accordance with our mutual commitments.
As a part of that commitment, TEMP-COAT Brand Products, LLC will issue
certificates to trained installers and Quality Installation Certificates to those who complete
the entire program.
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TEMP-COAT® Brand Products
INDUSTRIAL INSTALLATION GUIDE
SIDEWALLS & ROOF TOPS - Conventional; Hip, Gable, Lean-to, Metal
(Aluminum, Stainless, Copper, Galvanized), Seal Tab, Rubber, Roll Goods
1) Inspect the roof/sidewall from the underside for the condition of purlins, rafters,
substrate and for signs of degradation.
2) Question occupants of the building as to condition, leaks, wind or roof/sidewall
noises or any other specific roof/sidewall problems.
3) Sand rusted areas with fiber pads removing loose scale and surface rust. Treat
all rust and corrosion with Q 2 Neutralizing Treatment. When Q 2 is used it is
recommended that the treated surface be primed preventing bleed through.
4) Follow owners instructions/recommendations for priming rusted or corroded
metals. Apply ●●Last-A-Span Elast-O-meric Mastic to all pitted or damaged
areas using fiberglass webbing where applicable or metal patching as required.
At owners option, and if available, replace badly corroded roof/sidewall panels
with like and kind parts and materials or varied materials at owners direction.
5) Tighten all bolts and screws. Replace missing, stripped or corroded bolts and
screws.
6) Seal all risers, vertical seams, screws and bolts, vents, penetrations and parapet
walls using fiberglass webbing where needed and ●●Last-A-Span Elast-O-Meric
Mastic. On low pitched roofs use aluminum backed Peel & Seal Tape on all
horizontal seams.
7) Seal around all sky lights and, if needed replace or re-coat with fiberglass.
8) Coat entire roof/sidewall surface with a 15 (+\-) mil (15/1000) thickness of
TEMP-COAT® Ceramic Insulation Coating to complete the job and protect the
roof/side-wall. Applying product to thick will inhibit proper drying.
9) Clean up and inspect job site, removing all debris and used products,
dispose of all materials, rags, rollers, wash water and other job related
articles in accordance with the owner's rules and regulations.
10) See Application Chart Figures 2 & 3 (page 4) to compute volume
requirements.
●● Note: Last-A-Span Mastic is to be used only in conjunction with TEMP-COAT® and
not as a stand alone.
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ROOF TOPS - Built-up - Pitch & Gravel, Bituminous Composite and other similar
roof surfaces
“Products Do Not Adhere Well to a Dirty Roof”
By their very nature, Flat Roof Tops which are assembled with various fabrics and tar or
hybrid mixes of bituminous material, have a limited life. Tars, as they are frequently called, begin to
deteriorate the minute they cool therefore the installers and manufacturers offer little or not warranty
on their work or their product.
Likewise, it is difficult, if not impossible to extend a warranty for roof protection on a roof that
is dying the minute it is repaired.
Our warranty on a built up roof and a pitch & gravel roof is a thermal and radiant barrier
warranty only which runs concurrently with the degradation of the roof surface itself.
Some distributors, on their own have offered and obtained roof maintenance contracts which
bring them to the roof annually to inspect and repair the roof surface (usually in the spring). They
also visit the property on a call basis when a problem arises. Something you may want to consider.
REPAIR AND COATING PROCEDURES (Ask us about Ultra-Flex) “Products Do Not Adhere
Well to a Dirty Roof”
Note: Cracking or crazing may occur when TEMP-COAT® is applied over a rubber or
other soft substrate.
1) Inspect the underside of the roof for conditions of substrate and purlin
replacement. Report any structural damage to the owner and do so in writing
before you accept the job.
2) Inspect the roof surface for cracks, blisters, old repairs, product disbonding along
the edges, skylights, around vents and risers, parapet walls, drains and any roof
mounted apparatus.
3) Compare specific reports of leaks with the condition of the roof surface. On flat
roofs, leaks tend to migrate and are difficult to find.
PONDING (Ask us about Ultra-Flex)
1) Flood the entire roof surface or visit the roof immediately following a rain to
locate ponding or any roof deformities caused by age or faulty construction
which could cause the client future or continuing problems.
2) Mark all ponds with paint as they must be evaluated and treated separately.
Note: You are offering your client a thermal white reflective roof. When you have
completed your task, the white pond bottom will reflect light unlike a black surface
which heats & evaporates the water.
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If a pond is too deep or too large, the continued and added pressure of
the water in the pond could over time, degrade the roof. You are obliged
to report these findings to the building owner. When a roof top is coated
white, it will hold water for a longer period of time.
There are solutions to this problem which circumvent roof replacement.
They are proven methods but we suggest that you consult a bonafide
roofer and work with him to solve the problems.
a) Mark the pond(s) and level with Ultra-Flex, light weight fibered concrete or
other material(s) recommended by a certified roofer.
b) Create a roof slope with tapered foam blocks for proper drainage.
c) Jack up the roof from underneath and level.
d) Build up the roof with similar composite material until the pond is leveled.
INSTALLATION
1) Follow all steps and procedures discussed above.
2) Apply **Last-A-Span Elast-O-Meric Mastic around all edges, vents, risers,
skylights, roof penetrations and parapet walls. Use fiberglass webbing where
applicable. We also recommend Ultra-Flex for repairs.
3) Open all blisters and cracks. Apply several thin coats of ●●Last-A-Span or if the
opening is deep, fill and level the opening with Ultra-Flex or similar product filing
the void. Cover the entire area with ●● Last-A-Span Elast-O-Meric Mastic
extending at least one foot to the outside o the effected area.
4) Apply a 15 (+\-) mil thickness of TEMP-COAT® over the entire roof surface and
skylights if requested by the client.
5) Proceed to areas of ponding which were marked at the onset of the job. Roll or
spray a 20 (+\-) mil thickness of ●● Last-A-Span in the area of ponding to a
distance of 12 inches around the outside of the pond.
6) Clean up entire work area disposing of all job materials in approved containers
and dispose or all wash water in accordance with clients requirements or
remove from job site in sealed containers for proper disposal.
7) See Application Chart Figures 2 & 3 (page 4) to compute volume requirements.
●● Note: Last-A-Span Mastic is to be used only in conjunction with TEMP-COAT® and not
as a stand alone. Areas of severe ponding cannot be warranted.
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Safety First
CHILLED WATER PIPING - Non-Ferrous
•
Temperatures from 43o F to operating conditions of 100o F.
•
Apply to a shut down, dry system piping only.
•
Apply TEMP-COAT® directly to piping following washing, descaling and degreasing.
•
TEMP-COAT® application must be completely dry before system is activated.
•
TEMP-COAT® can be applied over primers if required by customer using customers
qualified primer and at customers direction.
•
Choice of Quik-Gun* air assisted spray, airless spray or brush is a matter of space and
conditions. TEMP-COAT® should be applied in even thin coats, not to exceed 20 mils
(20/1000 of an inch) allowing to flash between coats. ♦♦(see pg 3)
Thicker coats can be applied but longer drying must be allowed.
* The air assisted Quik-Gun eliminates a major portion of over-spray, can get into tighter spaces, is
faster and provides a better finish than brush applications. (see Quik-Gun information)
If condensation is the issue, as much as 250 mils (1/4 inch) may be required.
Conditions such as flow rates, ventilation, humidity, barometric pressure and
equipment functions within a space may require additional product.
Accelerate the job whenever possible by using heat lights or heat guns to speed drying
times of the acrylic latex base.
In high humidity and damp spaces drying times can take as long as 24 hours per 20 mil (20/1000 of
an inch) thickness applied. Thorough drying between coats is imperative to assure blockage of
condensation on chilled surfaces. ♦♦(see pg 3)
Thicker coats can be applied but longer drying must be allowed.
TEMP-COAT® adheres to cold and chilled piping eliminating the air space and therefore
preventing damage by corrosion. If the protected area should continue to condensate for any
reason then the condensation lies on the surface of TEMP-COAT® and not on the pipe surface
additional applications of TEMP-COAT® should eliminate sweating.
Varying thicknesses are required under different circumstances. If a customer wishes to
deviate from the recommended thickness, he may find the applied thickness inadequate and more
product must be applied. The volume of TEMP-COAT® applied to stop condensation generally
exceeds that which is required to insulate the pipe.
Apply over fiberglass grid in areas of heavy traffic or in areas subject to abuse or harsh
conditions.
TEMP-COAT® may be tinted, using a latex tint, most light to medium colors for color
identification.
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CHILLED WATER PIPING - Ferrous Carbon Steel or Galvanized
Safety First
•
Temperatures from 43o F to operating conditions of 100o F.
•
Apply to a shut down, dry system piping only.
•
Apply TEMP-COAT® directly to piping following washing, descaling and degreasing.
•
TEMP-COAT® application must be completely dry before system is activated.
•
TEMP-COAT® can be applied over primers if required by customer using customers
qualified primer and at customers direction. TEMP-COAT® applies well over all nonbleeding primers and surfaces that do not contain Silicon or Teflon.
Choice of Quik-Gun* air assisted spray, airless spray or brush is a matter of space and
conditions. TEMP-COAT® should be applied in even thin coats, not to exceed 20 mils (20/1000 of
an inch) allowing to flash between coats. ♦♦(see pg 3)
Thicker coats can be applied but longer drying must be allowed.
* The air assisted Quik-Gun eliminates a major portion of over-spray, can get into tighter spaces, is
faster and provides a better finish than brush applications. (see Quik-Gun information)
If condensation is the issue, as much as 250 mils (1/4 inch) may be required.
Conditions such as flow rates, ventilation, humidity, barometric pressure and
equipment functions within a space may require additional product
Accelerate the job whenever possible by using heat lights or heat guns to speed drying
times of the acrylic latex base. In high humidity and damp/wet spaces, drying times can take as
long as 24 hours per 20 mil (20/1000 of an inch) thickness applied. Complete drying between coats
is imperative to assure blockage of condensation on chilled surfaces. ♦♦(see pg 3)
Thicker coats can be applied but longer drying must be allowed.
TEMP-COAT® adheres to cold and chilled piping eliminating the air space and therefore
preventing damage by corrosion. If the protected area should continue to condensate for any
reason then the condensation lies on the surface of TEMP-COAT® and not on the pipe surface
additional applications of TEMP-COAT® should eliminate sweating.
Varying thicknesses are required under different circumstances. If a customer wishes to
deviate from the recommended thickness, he may find the applied thickness inadequate and more
product must be applied.
Apply over fiberglass grid in areas of heavy traffic or in areas subject to abuse or harsh
conditions.
TEMP-COAT® may be tinted, using a latex tint, most light to medium colors for color
identification.
See Application Charts (page 4 & 5 to compute volume requirements.
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Safety First
CHILLED WATER PIPE - Stainless Steel, Monel and Similar
TEMP-COAT® contains No Chlorides therefore is safe for use as a primer or an
insulated coating on stainless steel.
•
•
•
•
•
Apply to a shut down, dry system piping only.
Apply TEMP-COAT® directly to piping following washing, descaling and degreasing.
TEMP-COAT® application must be completely dry before system is activated.
TEMP-COAT® can be applied over primers if required by customer using customers
qualified primer and at customers direction.
Choice of Quik-Gun* air assisted spray, airless spray or brush is a matter of space and
conditions. TEMP-COAT® should be applied in even thin coats, not to exceed 20 mils
(20/1000 of an inch) allowing to dry thoroughly between coats. ♦♦(see pg 3)
Thicker coats can be applied but longer drying must be allowed.
* The air assisted Quik-Gun eliminates a major portion of over-spray, can get into tighter
spaces, is faster and provides a better finish than brush applications. (see Quik-Gun
information)
If condensation is the issue, as much as 250 mils (1/4 inch) may be required.
Conditions such as flow rates, ventilation, humidity, barometric pressure and
equipment functions within a space may require additional product .
In high humidity and damp spaces drying times can take as long as 24 hours per 20 mil
(20/1000 of an inch) thickness applied. Thorough drying between coats is imperative to
assure blockage of condensation on chilled surfaces. ♦♦(see pg 3)
Thicker coats can be applied but longer drying must be allowed.
Accelerate the job whenever possible by using heat lights or heat guns to speed drying
times of the acrylic latex base.
TEMP-COAT® adheres to cold and chilled piping eliminating the air space and
therefore preventing damage by corrosion. If the protected area should continue to
condensate for any reason then the condensation lies on the surface of TEMP-COAT® and
not on the pipe surface additional applications of TEMP-COAT® should eliminate sweating.
Varying thicknesses are required under different circumstances. If a customer
wishes to deviate from the recommended thickness, he may find the applied thickness
inadequate and more product must be applied.
Apply over fiberglass grid in areas of heavy traffic or in areas subject to abuse or
harsh conditions.
TEMP-COAT® may be tinted, using a latex tint, most light to medium colors for color
identification.
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See Application Charts (page 4 &5) to compute volume requirements
Safety First
STEAM AND HEAT (Pipes under 42" OD)
At temperatures up to 300o F TEMP-COAT® will adhere to the clean dry surface.
On galvanized and ferrous metal surfaces a primer may be required and that product
choice should rest with the plant management, customer.
We do not offer
recommendations for high heat primers.
TEMP-COAT® is to be installed in accordance with instructions provided. The
primer must be applied in accordance with instructions supplied by the manufacturer.
• Choice of Quik-Gun* air assisted spray, airless spray or brush is a matter of
space and conditions. TEMP-COAT® should be applied in even thin coats, not to
exceed 20 mils (20/1000 of an inch) allowing to dry thoroughly between coats. ♦♦(see
pg 3)
•
On pipes that are heated, drying is almost instantaneous. Checking for dryness
by touch to assure firmness is an adequate test to allow proceeding with a
subsequent coat. If coats are applied too quickly, cracking can occur.
•
To begin, mist or brush a very thin film of TEMP-COAT® (1 to 2 mils) on the
clean, dry, scale free surface. This film should be extremely thin and act as an
acrylic base for subsequent coats. This first coat, on a hot pipe will dry instantly.
•
Apply the next coat to approximately a 5 (+\-) mil (5/1000 of an inch) thickness
which will fairly well color the pipe. Again it will dry instantly.
•
You now have a sufficient base to begin installation at a rate of 20 (+\-) mils
(20(+\-)/1000 of an inch) at a time. Again, on hot pipes your work will dry
instantly. On cold pipes, in well ventilated dry areas, several hours required
between coats unless heat lamps or hot air is used to speed up the drying time.
•
Repeat the process until the desired thickness is achieved. The installation
instructions offers a suggested thickness table for average to worst conditions.
Less product may be acceptable in well ventilated areas where maximum
insulation is not required.
* The air assisted Quik-Gun eliminates a major portion of over-spray, can get into tighter
spaces, is faster and provides a better finish than brush applications. (see Quik-Gun
information)
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On surfaces that will reach temperatures exceeding 350o F, it is recommended
that a fiberglass grid be placed before the final two coats. This 3/16" fiberglass
mesh is available through TEMP-COAT® Brand Products or wherever stucco
products are sold. A fiberglass grid performs several functions.
•
Holds the product together in areas of high traffic or abuse.
•
Assists in creating a leveling effect in areas where accuracy or appearance is
extremely important.
•
Keeps product on the pipe and functions even if the system experiences a
high heat fluctuation which causes disbonding. The thermal capacity will
perform extremely well in accordance with our commitment.
•
TEMP-COAT® may be tinted, using a latex tint, most light to medium colors
for color identification.
•
See Application Charts (page 4 & 5) to compute volume requirements.
•
Note: Dispose of all trash, waste & wash water in accordance with facilities
instructions .
IT IS IMPORTANT TO NOTE THAT ALL FIBERGLASS MUST BE COVERED
COMPLETELY OR THE FIBERGLASS CLOTH WILL ABSORB MOISTURE.
TEMP-COAT® does not require jacketing.
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PIPE - WHEN PIPE IS COLD OR SYSTEM IS DOWN
Safety First
•
Apply to a shut down, dry system piping following washing, descaling and
degreasing.
•
TEMP-COAT® application must be completely dry before system is activated.
•
TEMP-COAT® can be applied over primers if required by customer using customers
qualified primer and at customers direction.
We do not offer recommendations
for high heat primers.
•
TEMP-COAT® should be applied in even thin coats, not to exceed 20 (+\-) mils
(20/1000 of an inch) allowing to dry thoroughly between coats. ♦♦(see pg 3)
Thicker coats can be applied but longer drying must be allowed.
Accelerate the job whenever possible by using heat lights or heat guns to speed
drying times. Choice of Quik-Gun* air assisted spray, airless spray or brush is a
matter of space and conditions.
In high humidity and damp spaces drying times can take as long as 24 hours per 20 (+\-) mil
(20/1000 of an inch) thickness applied. Varying thicknesses may be required. If a customer wishes
to deviate from the recommended thickness, he may find the applied thickness inadequate and
more product must be applied.
Apply over fiberglass grid in areas of heavy traffic or in areas subject to abuse or harsh conditions.
PIPE - WHEN PIPE IS HOT OR SYSTEM IS IN OPERATION
TEMP-COAT® will perform on temperatures to 350o F. Temperatures greater than
350 F require the use of a mesh type membrane to assure the products adhesion in the
face of extreme expansion and/or contraction. TEMP-COAT® when applied at proper and
recommended thicknesses will perform acceptability even after the inner layer turns
medium brown and disbonds.
o
In High Temperature applications, surface temperature should be brought down to
350o F (+/-) or lower until a thickness of 60 (+\-) mils (60/1000 of an inch) or greater is
achieved. On pipes that are heated, drying is almost instantaneous. Checking for
movement and dryness by touch to assure firmness is an adequate test to proceed with a
subsequent coat. If coats are applied too quickly, cracking can occur.
Choice of Quik-Gun* air assisted spray, airless spray or brush is a matter of space and
conditions. TEMP-COAT® should be applied in even thin coats, not to exceed 20 (+\-) mils
(20/1000 of an inch) allowing to dry thoroughly between coats. ♦♦(see pg 3)
Galvanized and ferrous metal surfaces a primer may be required and that product
choice should rest with the plant management, customer.
We do not offer
recommendations for high heat primers.
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•
To begin, mist or brush a very thin film of TEMP-COAT® on the clean, dry,
scale free surface. This film should be extremely thin and act as an acrylic
base for subsequent coats. This first coat, on a hot pipe will dry instantly and
on a cold dry pipe will cure in 10 to 15 minutes.
•
Apply the next coat to approximately a 5 (+\-) mil (5/1000 of an inch)
thickness which will fairly well color the pipe. Again it will dry instantly.
•
You now have a sufficient base to begin installation at a rate of 15 (+\-) mils
(15/1000 of an inch) at a time. Again, on hot pipes your work will dry
instantly.
•
Repeat the process until the desired thickness is achieved. The installation
instructions offers a suggested thickness table for average to worst
conditions. Less product may be acceptable in well ventilated areas where
maximum insulation is not required.
Larger pipes expand and contract more when heated to 350o F + giving cause for
TEMP-COAT® to crack or create a space between the inner surface of TEMP-COAT® and
the pipe(s) or the insulated surface.
In order to protect insulation from cracking, several procedures may be used to keep
insulation in place and functioning.
•
Apply required thickness. When this is achieved and dry, create a sleeve or
coat of woven Nomex or fiberglass saturated in TEMP-COAT® as a finished
coat.
•
Use fiberglass mesh in final coats and center coat creating a strong
membrane within the product to support the insulating cast.
•
Use chopped shredded fiberglass fibers in the TEMP-COAT® as a fiber
binder to keep the product in place around the pipe or item to be insulated.
IT IS IMPORTANT TO NOTE THAT ALL FIBERGLASS MUST BE COVERED
COMPLETELY OR THE FIBERGLASS CLOTH WILL ABSORB MOISTURE.
TEMP-COAT® may be tinted, using a latex tint, most light to medium colors for color
identification.
* The air assisted Quik-Gun eliminates a major portion of over-spray, can get into tighter
spaces, is faster and provides a better finish than brush applications. (see Quik-Gun
information on page 25)
See Application Chart Figure 1 (page 1) to compute volume requirements.
For Chill or Cold Piping see (Pg 25), (Pg 26), (Pg 27)
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Safety First
VALVES (If cold refer to cold pipe installation procedure)
The obvious advantage to using TEMP-COAT® on valves is that, as a liquid, it conforms
readily to the shape of the object being coated.
TEMP-COAT® will perform on temperatures to 350o F. TEMP-COAT® when
applied at
proper and recommended thicknesses will perform acceptability even after the inner layer turns
medium brown and disbonds.
In High Temperature applications, 350o F and above, surface temperature should be
brought down to 350o F (+/-) or lower until a thickness of 60 (+\-) mils (60/1000 of an inch) or
greater is achieved. Temperatures greater than 350o F require the use of a mesh type membrane
to assure the products adhesion in the face of extreme expansion and/or contraction.
On valves that are heated, drying is almost instantaneous. Checking for movement and
dryness by touch to assure firmness is an adequate test to allow proceeding with a subsequent
coat. If coats are applied too quickly, cracking can occur.
Choice of Quik-Gun* air assisted spray, airless spray or brush is a matter of space and conditions.
TEMP-COAT® should be applied in even thin coats, not to exceed 20 (+\-) mils (20/1000 of an inch)
allowing to dry thoroughly between coats. ♦♦(see pg 3)
Galvanized and ferrous metal surfaces a primer may be required and that product choice
should rest with the plant management, customer. We do not offer recommendations for high
heat primers.
•
To begin, mist or brush a very thin film of TEMP-COAT® on the clean, dry, scale
free surface. This film should be extremely thin and act as an acrylic base for
subsequent coats. This first coat, on a hot valve will dry instantly and on a cold
dry valve will cure in 10 to 15 minutes.
•
Apply the next coat to approximately a 5 (+\-) mil (5/1000 of an inch) thickness
which will fairly well color the pipe. Again it will dry instantly.
•
You now have a sufficient base to begin installation at a rate of 20 (+\-) mils
(20/1000 of an inch) at a time. Again, on hot valves your work will dry instantly.
Repeat the process until the desired thickness is achieved. The installation
instructions offers a suggested thickness table for average to worst conditions.
Less product may be acceptable in well ventilated areas where maximum
insulation is not required.
•
Larger valves expand and contract more when heated to 350o F + giving cause for TEMPCOAT® to crack or create a space between the inner surface of TEMP-COAT® and the valve or the
insulated surface. Temperatures greater than 350o F require the use of a mesh type membrane to
assure the products adhesion in the face of extreme expansion and/or contraction.
In order to protect insulation from cracking, several procedures may be used to keep
insulation in place and functioning.
•
Apply required thickness. When dry, create a sleeve or coat of woven nomex
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or fiberglass saturated in TEMP-COAT® as a finished coat.
•
Use fiberglass mesh in final coats and center coat creating a strong
membrane within the product to support the insulating cast.
•
Use chopped shredded fiberglass fibers in the TEMP-COAT® as a fiber
binder to keep the product in place around the pipe or item to be insulated.
IT IS IMPORTANT TO NOTE THAT ALL FIBERGLASS MUST BE COVERED
COMPLETELY OR THE FIBERGLASS CLOTH WILL ABSORB MOISTURE.
TEMP-COAT® may be tinted, using a latex tint, most light to medium colors for color
identification.
* The air assisted Quik-Gun eliminates a major portion of over-spray, can get into tighter
spaces, is faster and provides a better finish than brush applications. (see Quik-Gun
information)
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Safety First
CONDENSATION – GENERAL – For Surfaces Operating Between 43o F
and 100o F.
All surfaces must be clean, dry and free of condensation
prior to application of TEMP-COAT®.
Condensation is one of the most expensive problem facing industry today. We are
not certain that we have all the answers and the factors which influence condensation
create new challenges daily. As of the time of this writing we have resolved every known
circumstance leading to chilled based condensation, meaning a supply of chilled air or
water making contact through a metal sub-straight with warm air as the opposing force.
In some instances things that appear to be condensation may not be condensation
at all but rather a source of moisture affecting a given space which is not properly insulated.
Be certain in making a claim that you can repair a problem, that you have first defined that
problem.
Common formations of condensation which we work with constantly are
condensation:
•
•
•
•
•
•
Between Pipe and Conventional Insulation.
On Metal Deck Floors with varying temperatures on ether side of the floor.
Freon and Oxygen lines.
Chilled Water Lines, uninsulated.
Air Conditioning Duct Work.
Air Vents.
Condensation is a viscous source of Rot and Degradation to Metal. In Naval
Vessels and in maritime situations, it breeds illness causing bacteria and harbors rats,
roaches and other germ carrying pests. Condensation provides the atmosphere for a
catastrophe and the conventional insulation creates the breeding ground for continuing and
expanding the problem.
TEMP-COAT® Brand Products not only insulates differently, they also either completely
stops condensation or at very least, move the moisture away from the metal surface and
causes the moisture to form on the outer surface of our product preventing degradation.
DO NOT FIGURE A JOB TO STOP CONDENSATION UNLESS YOU ADVISE THE
CLIENT IT MAY TAKE AS MUCH AS 250 MILS OR MORE (250/1000 INCH) TO
RESOLVE THE PROBLEM. 250 mils is roughly a 1/4 inch thickness of product.
On air conditioning duct work we have found that we can do a better job with less
product if we can reach into the duct and coat it from the inside. The caution here is that on
elbows or on any turns where pressured cold air hits a flat surface and is diverted, must be
treated with much more product to stop condensation.
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Surface treatment for condensation requires working with heat or cold to stop the
formation of moisture long enough to cause TEMP-COAT® to adhere to the surface and
dry. Most often heat lamps can be used to dry the base coat and when that coat is dry,
application of subsequent coats are much easier and faster. Less condensation, less
drying time. ALL COATS MUST BE COMPLETELY DRY BEFORE THE NEXT COAT IS
APPLIED. ♦♦(see pg 3)
Thicker coats can be applied but longer drying must be allowed.
On Floors or Ceilings and large flat areas, most often a blanket on the opposing
surface can adjust the temperatures and stop condensation long enough to apply TEMPCOAT®. The same is true for duct work, laying a blanket, cardboard, furniture pad or slab
of TEMP-COAT® inside of the vent will direct the chilled air away from the surface to be
treated and the process of application can begin.
Air conditioning vents can be treated by spraying or applying TEMP-COAT® to the
back side of the vent regulator creating a barrier between cold and heat hence reducing or
resolving the problem.
Choice of Quik-Gun* air assisted spray, airless spray or brush is a matter of space and
conditions. TEMP-COAT® should be applied in even thin coats of 20 (+\-) mils (20/1000 of
an inch) allowing to dry thoroughly between coats. ♦♦(see pg 3)
Thicker coats can be applied but longer drying must be allowed.
Condensation problems are resolved on a trial and error basis. Be certain to allow
your bid specification to reflect the need for change in order to beat this problem.
The air assisted Quik-Gun eliminates a major portion of over-spray, can get into
tighter spaces, is faster and provides a better finish than brush applications. (see Quik-Gun
information on page 25).
A/C Side
70 F
60 F
50 F
Suggested Applications of Insulated Spaces
Suggested Thickness
Non A/C Side
40 – 50 mils
<100 F
50 – 60 mils
<100 F
60 – 70 mils
<100 F
Note: Product should be applied thicker where vent outlets blow directly on the surface
which is condensing.
All surfaces must be clean, dry and free of condensation
prior to application of TEMP-COAT®.
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Safety First
BOILERS
TEMP-COAT® is a suitable insulation for boilers and other similar heat gathering
and containment vessels.
TEMP-COAT® has been used widely in the Tire Manufacturing Industry on molds
and in industries which use heat and steam presses. It’s function here is to gather more
heat, protect personnel and/or cause better operating conditions for production.
Test the surface to determine actual operating conditions prior to installation.
Always consult a plant engineer to determine maximum operating temperatures to assure
that TEMP-COAT® falls within the bounds of fulfilling operating requirements.
On pipes that are heated, drying is almost instantaneous. Checking for movement
and dryness by touch to assure firmness is an adequate test to allow proceeding with a
subsequent coat. If coats are applied too quickly, cracking can occur.
Choice of Quik-Gun* air assisted spray, airless spray or brush is a matter of space and
conditions. TEMP-COAT® should be applied in even thin coats, not to exceed 20 (+\-) mils
(20/1000 of an inch) allowing to dry thoroughly between coats. ♦♦(see pg 3)
On galvanized and ferrous metal surfaces a primer may be required and that product
choice should rest with the plant management, customer.
We do not offer
recommendations for high heat primers.
•
To begin, mist or brush a very thin film of TEMP-COAT® on the clean, dry, scale
free surface. This film should be extremely thin and act as an acrylic base for
subsequent coats. This first coat, on a hot boiler will dry instantly and on a cold
dry boiler will cure in 10 to 15 minutes.
•
You now have a sufficient base to begin installation at a rate of 20 (+\-) mils at a
time. Again, on hot boilers your work will dry instantly.
•
Repeat the process until the desired thickness is achieved. The installation
instructions offers a suggested thickness table for average to worst conditions.
Less product may be acceptable in well ventilated areas where maximum
insulation is not required.
On larger hot vessels in order to protect the insulation from cracking, several
procedures may be used.
•
Apply required thickness. When this is achieved and dry, create a sleeve or
coat of woven Nomex or fiberglass saturated in TEMP-COAT® as a finished
coat.
•
Use fiberglass mesh in final coats and center coat creating a strong
membrane within the product to support the insulating cast.
•
Use chopped shredded fiberglass fibers in the TEMP-COAT® as a fiber
binder to keep the product in place around the boiler or item to be
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insulated.
IT IS IMPORTANT TO NOTE THAT ALL FIBERGLASS MUST BE COVERED
COMPLETELY OR THE FIBERGLASS CLOTH WILL ABSORB MOISTURE.
TEMP-COAT® does not require jacketing.
TEMP-COAT® may be tinted, using a latex tint, most light to medium colors for color
identification.
* The air assisted Quik-Gun eliminates a major portion of over-spray, can get into tighter
spaces, is faster and provides a better finish than brush applications. (see Quik-Gun
information)
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Safety First
PATCH AND REPAIR
One of the more beneficial qualities of TEMP-COAT® is in the ability to repair or
replace a small section with a small can of product, a stir stick and a paint brush.
TEMP-COAT® Brand Products are created to be very clean and resilient. Repairs
are made on WARM, HOT, OR AMBIENT SURFACES by cleaning the area to be repaired
with a paint scraper, making all necessary repairs, prime and paint in accordance with
industry requirements. Replace the TEMP-COAT® using a brush, imbedding fiberglass
grid if required or as needed into the coating for strength and added protection. Clean tools
and equipment with soap and water in an approved wash area.
ON CHILLED PIPES OR ON CONDENSATING SURFACES, level the temperature on the
surface to be repaired to stop condensation or use heat source to keep TEMP-COAT® in
place until completely dry. ♦♦(see pg 3) Each successive application must be completely dry
before the next application. ♦♦(see pg 3) Build to the desired thickness then clean up with
soap and water in an approved wash area.
Thicker coats can be applied but longer drying must be allowed.
It is a fairly simple matter to pre-fab repair sections by painting TEMP-COAT® onto a
slick flat surface using fiberglass grid as a support binder. These slabs can be
prefabricated to a desired thickness. These slabs can then be cut and used as a pipe wrap
or a patch. Application is made by applying TEMP-COAT® to the surface requiring the
insulation or patch then embedding the slab into the work area and allowing to dry at least
24 hours. This process works well when quick repairs are required and when working in
tight spaces.
Note: Dispose of all trash, waste & wash water in accordance with
facility instructions.
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PERSONNEL PROTECTION
TEMP-COAT® offers an effective, low cost solution to personnel protection by
allowing a surface to be coated on the pedestrian side where traffic exists within a facility.
If energy conservation is no an issue a 180o band can be applied to the dangerous
face or hot piping, walls, boilers, shields and other apparatus to prevent injury to personnel
in the area.
The surface to be coated, preparation above and beyond cleaning, tinting and
thickness is to be determined by plant management.
SUPPLY
A
FRIENDLIER
ENVIRONMENT
TEMP-COAT®
YOUR PROBLEM AREAS
Here at Span-World SAFETY is extremely important. We know how painful an onthe-job injury can be for personnel and their families, not mention the cost involved.
In our years of working with TEMP-COAT®, our customers have reported a world of
uses for this product which are too numerous too mention here; but to name a few:
Hot Boat Decks
Steam Pipes
Boilers
Roof Tops
Hot Oil Vats & Tanks
Cross Overs
Oil Rig Roof Tops, Covers & Decks
Oxygen & Nitrogen Lines
Engine Room(s) Ceilings & Walls
Mixing Equipment
Stove Hoods
Air Conditioning & Heating Ducts
All of these uses reduces heat or cold which can cause job related injury or illness
and reduce operating costs in the process.
TEMP-COAT® is available in liquid form and in the form of a wrap for tight places.
TEMP-COAT® product can be applied by brush, roller, airless spray or Quik-Gun*
air assisted spray and can be tinted for safety, caution or aesthetic purposes.
* The air assisted Quik-Gun eliminates a major portion of over-spray, can get into tighter
spaces, is faster and provides a better finish than brush applications. (see Quik-Gun
information)
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Safety First
HEAT TRACING – of Water Lines Against Freezing
Frequently potable, well and refined water lines are heat traced and kept in place
through all seasons in the event of a winter freeze.
A 30 mil (30/1000 of an inch) thickness of TEMP-COAT® applied to water lines will
protect pipes to below freezing to –30o F exclusive of wind chill, ice damming and
extenuating circumstances. Precautions should be taken to protect pipes and other
implements to temperatures well in excess of conditions for your geographical area.
Frequently TEMP-COAT® serves to replace most or all heat tracing except on extreme
north facing or highly exposed areas.
Heat tracing is expensive to maintain and costly to operate where TEMP-COAT® is
inert and simply provides protection where applicable.
Applied millage must be on clean dry surfaces and to thickness commensurate with
the weather patterns in your geographical area.
Since TEMP-COAT® requires little or no upkeep there is no last minute rush to
assure heat-tracing functions work when an unexpected cold front appears. TEMP-COAT®
makes heat tracing a secondary back-up procedure rather than a primary insulation
procedure giving more time for action if an extremely unusual situation occurs.
HEAT TRACING – Other
Heat tracing is used to a lesser extent in the treatment of piping and vessels that
transport or store products which will coagulate due to their nature without regard to
freezing. Span-World has had very limited experience in this area and is working on the
development of product thickness installation charts which will help guide industry in the
use of TEMP-COAT® Brand Products for this purpose. (9/99)
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REMOVAL AND DISPOSAL
Should it be necessary to remove TEMP-COAT® or TEMP-COAT® Type F
insulations for repairs or adjustments, the tasks is quite simple.
Heated lines and surfaces, while in operation, can be worked quite easily with a
paint scraper or similar apparatus. In dealing with temperatures up to 300o F (+/- 50o) these
products are soft and pliable and can be removed without the need for abrasives or heat
sources.
On ambient surfaces, TEMP-COAT® can be removed by utilizing sanding discs,
grinding wheels or heat can be applied. Removal can be affected with an acceptable heat
source and by scraping the heated material.
In all cases, a blanket or cover should be placed under the area being worked to
collect the product to be discarded.
Since TEMP-COAT® contains no heavy metals or chlorides (see exhibit A & B) and
has a balanced pH of 7-8, there is no need to dispose of this product as hazardous matter.
The same applies to dust residue and wash water.
Following repair or fabrication, the affected area can be re-insulated using a brush,
roller or spray. The insulation is simply re-applied to the same thickness as the original
application, overlapping the old application by one or two inches.
One significant advantage of TEMP-COAT® is that it reduces the cost of material
replacement and the labor to install because it generally does not require jacketing or
hazardous waste remediation.
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The Quik-Gun Air Assisted Spray
Insulating anything just got a lot easier with TEMP-COAT® BRAND liquid ceramic
insulation and the Quik-Gun™ series of air-assist equipment from TEMP-COAT Brand
Products, LLC.
The Quik-Gun™ and TEMP-COAT® will change the way you think about insulation.
NOW, with one little gun, a small compressor and a bucket of TEMP-COAT® anyone can
insulate almost anything.
The air assisted Quik-Gun™ eliminates a major portion of over-spray, can get into
tighter spaces, is faster and provides a better finish than brush applications.
Use and Operation of the Quik-Gun™:
•
Connect Quik-Gun™ to an air compressor (minimum 5 hp with a 20 gallon
tank)
•
Quik-Gun™ operates at 70 to 80 psi
•
Put filler tube in pail of mixed TEMP-COAT® and secure to side of pail.
•
While holding the Quik-Gun™ at pail level pull trigger and watch TEMPCOAT® rise up the filler tube.
•
Practice spraying on cardboard or other surface before beginning application.
Speed of movement will determine amount of product applied.
•
Quik-Gun™ will lose it's prime if raised more than 3 to 4 feet above the pail.
•
To clear a clog or prepare to clean the Quik-Gun™, reduce the pressure and
place your hand firmly over the tip and quickly pull the trigger. Product will
blow back into the pail.
•
If gun performance slows down, remove front half of gun from handle and
remove dried product from center of pick-up & disbursement block. Continue
cleaning with water. Re-assemble and continue to spray.
•
Clean thoroughly before stowing the Quik-Gun™.
THANK YOU FOR CHOOSING TEMP-COAT® BRAND
PRODUCTS
DISTRIBUTED BY: TEMP-COAT Brand Products, LLC
1-800-950-9958 FAX: (985)651-2964
E-mail [email protected]
WEB SITE WWW . TEMP-COAT.COM
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Insulating anything just got a lot easier with TEMP-COAT® BRAND liquid ceramic
insulation and the QUIK-GUN™ series of air-assist equipment from TEMP-COAT® Brand
Products, LLC.
The act of insulating or adding insulation has always been rather difficult, itchy, hard and
something you would rather forget about. The fact is with our dwindling energy resources,
and growing cost of energy, we must insulate everything we can to conserve energy, stop
condensation and protect our lives and property. This thought is as true for the individual
as it is for industry, government and everything in-between.
The QUIK-GUN™ AND TEMP-COAT® WILL CHANGE THE WAY YOU THINK ABOUT
INSULATION. NOW, WITH ONE LITTLE GUN, A SMALL AIR COMPRESSOR AND A
BUCKET OF TEMP-COAT® ANYONE CAN INSULATE ALMOST ANYTHING.
TEMP-COAT® is water soluble therefore it cleans up with soap and water.
TEMP-COAT® can be tinted any light to medium color.
TEMP-COAT® is used just as it comes to you, mixing gently is required and
occasional stirring is necessary during spray process.
TEMP-COAT® is sprayed in one even coat. The air assist QUIK-GUN™ causes
very little over-spray but the area should be ventilated for your comfort, safety and
protection.
TEMP-COAT® can be thinned by adding NO MORE THAN 3oz. of water per gallon.
TEMP-COAT® can be applied at a varied thickness to resolve more difficult thermal
problems. Consult can label for added instructions.
TEMP-COAT® can be painted over with flat or semi-gloss latex paint without
varying the insulation qualities.
THANK YOU FOR CHOOSING
TEMP-COAT® BRAND PRODUCTS
DISTRIBUTED BY: TEMP-COAT Brand Products, LLC 1-800-950-9958
[email protected]
FAX:
(985)-651-2964
WEBSITE WWW . TEMP-COAT.COM
QUIK-GUN™ with Pick-up Hose - Suggested Retail $75.00 plus $5.25 Shipping in the U.S.A.
QUIK-GUN™ Industrial Kit - Suggested Retail $185.00 plus $10.15 Shipping in the U.S.A.
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TEMP-COAT® QUIK COAT ONE STEP SYSTEM
QUIK GUN Industrial Kit
Sugg. Retail $185.00 plus
$10.15 S/H USA
A SMALL COMPRESSOR
AND THE QUIK GUN
DOES THE JOB @ 80 PSI*
HOLDING THE QUIK GUN 14" FROM
THE SURFACE TO BE COATED WILL
PRODUCE A 4" TO 5" PATTERN
KEEP THE GUN WITHIN 4'
OF THE TEMP-COAT® BUCKET
TO ASSURE PROPER
PRODUCT APPLICATION .
QUIK AND EASY
ITS JUST THIS SIMPLE
QUIK GUN w//Pick-up
Hose. Sugg. Retail
$75.00 plus $5.25 S/H
MIX THE PRODUCT
FOLLOWING THE SIMPLE
INSTRUCTIONS
LOAD THE HOSE HOLDING THE
QUIK GUN AT BUCKET LEVEL
HOLDING GUN CLOSER TO THE
SURFACE WILL PRODUCE A
SMALLER PATTERN *
KEEP TEMP-COAT® MIXED
AS YOU SPRAY BY STIRRING
WITH A FLAT STICK OR PADDLE
IF YOU MUST STOP SPRAYING
EMPTY THE GUN AND HOSE AS
INSTRUCTED AND WASH THE
GUN THOROUGHLY WITH FRESH
WATER.
IT’S SO EASY - YOU GET THE PICTURE
PICTURED ABOVE THE QUIK-GUN
INDUSTRIAL KIT
ALWAYS USE PROPER EYE AND BREATHING PROTECTION WHEN USING ANY SPRAY PRODUCT.
•
A LITTTE PRACTICE IS NECESSARY TO GAIN A KNOWLEDGE OF THE USE OF THIS SIMPLE SYSTEM.
** PRESSURE MAY VARY WITH SYSTEMS 80 PSI WORKS WELL IN MOST INSTANCES
TEMP-COAT Brand Products, LLC 1-800-950-9958 - WWW. TEMP-COAT. COM – [email protected]
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EQUIPMENT TYPES FOR TEMP-COAT® APPLICATIONS
GRACO 7900
GRACO 33:1 & 41:1 BULLDOG
GRACO 7900 GAS OPERATED AIRLESS PUMP
THIS IS A MASTIC TYPE PUMP DESIGNED FOR
HEAVY FLUID APPLICATION. SIMILAR
EQUIPMENT MAY BE AVAILABLE FROM OTHER
MANUFACTURERS. USE 18 TO 21/1000 TIPS WITH
#5 OR #6 FAN. THE GRACO PLUS GUN OR
CONTRACTORS GUN WORKS WELL WITH OUR
PRODUCT.
QUIK GUN™ INDUSTRIAL PAK
GRACO 33:1 OR 41:1 AIR OPERATED AIRLESS SPRAY
UNITS AS WELL AS THE OLDER 28:1 UNITS WORK
WELL WITH TEMP-COAT® APPLICATIONS. USE 18 TO
21/1000 TIPS WITH #5 OR #6 FAN.Graco 28:1, 2300 PSI,
3 GPM Airless Pump OR ANY OTHER MANUFACTURERS
PUMP MEETING THESE SPECIFICATIONS SHOULD
PERFORM WELL WITH TEMP-COAT®
(SEE REVERSE SIDE FOR OTHER SPECIFICATIONS)
QUIK GUN™ & CAN CLIP
The Quik Gun™ industrial pak gives
Quik-Gun™ and can clip only.
you a complete set-up for the application of
TEMP-COAT® and other products using
a constant 70 to 80 PSI dry air source.
Easy to use, easy to clean, very few moving
parts. Sprays up to a 3.5” path at 14” from
the surface.
Just place the clip on the edge of the
container and place the tail of the pickup tube 2” above the bottom of the
pail. Hold the gun at bucket height and
squeeze the trigger to prime the gun. Full
Instructions and parts list come with this
equipment. Our product and gun cleans
up with soap and water.
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