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AMP ConCote Polyurea Spray System, 100 gallon kit
ConCote is a rapid setting, 100% solids, flexible, aromatic two-component pure Polyurea. This odorless volatile-free elastomeric is specially designed to be applied to metal, Styrofoam (EPS), spray foam and tank lining membranes. ConCote gels in 10 seconds—it can be applied in single or multiple applications from 10 mils to 1,000 mils without the concern of sagging or running. ConCote offers a tack-free time of about 15 seconds and will not hydrolyze or contaminate other materials due to its inert nature. ConCote is moisture and temperature insensitive and will accommodate substrate movements while remaining strong. 

  •  This is sold in a 100 gallon kit.

AMP ConPrime Polyurea Spray System, 10 gallon kit

ConPrime is a two component, high solids, liquid applied primer with unique penetrating characteristics. It is designed to be used on porous substrates. ConPrime may be diluted to reduce viscosity and has a working time fo 45 minutes. ConPrime may be used with rapid curing polyurea sealants and spray coating systems and is designed for interior and exterior priming.

  •  This is sold in a 10 gallon kit.

ConPrime should be coated within 12 hours after it has become tack free. Not UV stable. Surfaces must be dry, clean and free of foreign matter. Containers that have been opened must be used as soon as possible. ConPrime is difficult to clean up after it has cured. Mix no more material than can be used within 20 minutes.


AMP ConPrime Polyurea Spray System, 2 gallon kit

ConPrime is a two component, high solids, liquid applied primer with unique penetrating characteristics. It is designed to be used on porous substrates. ConPrime may be diluted to reduce viscosity and has a working time fo 45 minutes. ConPrime may be used with rapid curing polyurea sealants and spray coating systems and is designed for interior and exterior priming. 

  •  This is sold in a 2 gallon kit.

ConPrime should be coated within 12 hours after it has become tack free. Not UV stable. Surfaces must be dry, clean and free of foreign matter. Containers that have been opened must be used as soon as possible. ConPrime is difficult to clean up after it has cured. Mix no more material than can be used within 20 minutes.


AMP GeoCote Polyurea Spray System, 100 gallon kit

AMP GeoCote is a rapid setting, 100% solids, flexible, aromatic two-component polyurea. This odorless volatile- free elastomeric is specially designed to be applied to various substrates including concrete, metal, geotextile and other lining membranes. GeoCote gels in 15 seconds—it can be applied in single or multiple applications without the concern of sagging. GeoCote offers a tack-free time of about 3 minutes and a low amount of stress shrinkage from curing, <0.7%. 

  •  This is sold in a 100 gallon kit. 


AMP HandCote Polyurea Spray System, 2 gallon kit

Handcote is a self-leveling, hand mix polyurea that is designed for small coating or patching applications. This material can be processed through non-heated plural component equipment if desired. It is ideal in applications where an elastomeric is desired and will accommodate substrate movement. This ambient curing material is great for low pressure spraying and can accommodate below freezing applications. 

  •  This is sold in a two gallon kit.


AMP MetCote Polyurea Spray System, 100 gallon kit

MetCote is a rapid setting, 100% solids, flexible, aromatic two-component pure Polyurea. This odorless volatilefree elastomeric is specially designed to be applied to metal, Styrofoam (EPS), spray foam and tank lining membranes. MetCote can be applied in single or multiple applications from 10 mils to 1,000 mils without the concern of sagging or running. MetCote will not hydrolyze or contaminate other materials due to its inert nature. MetCote is moisture and temperature insensitive and will accommodate substrate movements while remaining strong. 

  •  This is sold in a 100 gallon kit.


AMP PolyPrep Polyurea Spray System, 1 gallon kit

PolyPrep is a solvent based product designed to interact with existing coatings such as polyurea, plastics, or synthetic rubber materials to accept a new application of polyurea. It is great when needind to tie-in or recoat existing polyureas after the recoat window has closed. This product can be brush or spray applied and will flash off and allow for recoat within an hour. Polyprep is a single component product that does not use aromatic halogenated or non-halogenated solvents to bond old polyurea to new polyurea. 

  •  This is sold in a one gallon kit.


AMP UtiliCote Polyurea Spray System, 100 gallon kit

Utilicote by AMP is a two component, 1:1, 100% solids, fast set, liquid applied, modified polyurea liner system for metal, concrete, fiberglass and wood surfaces. 

  •  This is sold in a 100 gallon kit.


Armor Coat 100 Acrylic, 5 Gallon Pail
Armor Coat 100 Acrylic, 5 Gallon Pail **All items may be subject to quantity and color restrictions. Please contact the office for availability.**

Armor Coat 100 is manufactured using one of the industries most advanced, highest quality, water-based, non-toxic, 100% acrylic polymer resins available today. AC 100 was developed primarily for use directly over spray in-place polyurethane foam due to its excellent adhesive qualities as well as its superior reflectivity making it extremely UV resistant to protect your roof from the intense heat and the sun’s damaging ultraviolet rays. 5 gallon pail.

Recommended Uses:
While AC 100 was originally designed for use over spray in-place polyurethane foam, it is an excellent choice for many other substrates, including, but not limited to metal, asphalt emulsion, masonry, asphalt shingles, cap sheet, plywood and concrete. In some cases, a primer/basecoat may be required. Consult with manufacturer for any/all application specific recommendations prior to starting your install.

Color:

  •  White
  •  Gray
  •  Tan



Armor Coat 100 Acrylic, 55 Gallon Drum
Armor Coat 100 Acrylic, 55 Gallon Drum **All items may be subject to quantity and color restrictions. Please contact the office for availability.**

Armor Coat 100 is manufactured using one of the industries most advanced, highest quality, water-based, non-toxic, 100% acrylic polymer resins available today. AC 100 was developed primarily for use directly over spray in-place polyurethane foam due to its excellent adhesive qualities as well as its superior reflectivity making it extremely UV resistant to protect your roof from the intense heat and the sun’s damaging ultraviolet rays. 55 gallon drum.

Recommended Uses:
While AC 100 was originally designed for use over spray in-place polyurethane foam, it is an excellent choice for many other substrates, including, but not limited to metal, asphalt emulsion, masonry, asphalt shingles, cap sheet, plywood and concrete. In some cases, a primer/basecoat may be required. Consult with manufacturer for any/all application specific recommendations prior to starting your install.

Color:

  •  White
  •  Gray
  •  Tan



Armor Coat 60 Acrylic, 5 Gallon Pail
Armor Coat 60 Acrylic, 5 Gallon Pail **All items may be subject to quantity and color restrictions. Please contact the office for availability.**

Armor Coat 60 is a manufactured using one of the industries most advanced, highest quality, water-based, non-toxic, 100% acrylic polymer resins available today. It was developed primarily for use directly over spray in-place polyurethane foam due to its excellent adhesive qualities as well as its superior reflectivity making it extremely UV resistant to protect your roof from the intense heat and the sun’s damaging ultraviolet rays. 5 gallon pail.

Recommended Uses:
While AC 60 was originally designed for use over spray in-place polyurethane foam, it is an excellent choice for many other substrates, including, but not limited to metal, asphalt emulsion, masonry, asphalt shingles, cap sheet, plywood and concrete. In some cases, a primer/basecoat may be required. Consult with manufacturer for any/all application specific recommendations prior to starting your install.

Color:

  •  White
  •  Gray
  •  Tan


Armor Coat 60 Acrylic, 55 Gallon Drum
Armor Coat 60 Acrylic, 55 Gallon Drum **All items may be subject to quantity and color restrictions. Please contact the office for availability.**

Armor Coat 60 is a manufactured using one of the industries most advanced, highest quality, water-based, non-toxic, 100% acrylic polymer resins available today. It was developed primarily for use directly over spray in-place polyurethane foam due to its excellent adhesive qualities as well as its superior reflectivity making it extremely UV resistant to protect your roof from the intense heat and the sun’s damaging ultraviolet rays. 55 gallon drum.

Recommended Uses:
While AC 60 was originally designed for use over spray in-place polyurethane foam, it is an excellent choice for many other substrates, including, but not limited to metal, asphalt emulsion, masonry, asphalt shingles, cap sheet, plywood and concrete. In some cases, a primer/basecoat may be required. Consult with manufacturer for any/all application specific recommendations prior to starting your install.

Color:

  •  White
  •  Gray
  •  Tan

Armor Coat Armor Prime Primer, 5 Gallon Pail
Armor Coat Armor Prime Primer, 5 Gallon Pail **All items may be subject to quantity and color restrictions. Please contact the office for availability.**

Armor Prime is a single component clear, weatherproof, elastomeric penetrating sealer. It provides good penetration of porous substrates both above and below grade. ARMORPRIME also improves adhesion to many substrates including, but not limited to BUR modified bitumen, concrete, masonry, galvanized metal, wood decking as well as previously sprayed polyurethane foam. 5 gallon pail.

Additional Uses:
When purchased in black form ARMORPRIME helps to speed up the burn off of dew in the morning by increasing the deck temperature as well as increases the exothermic reaction of sprayed in-place polyurethane foam which can increase your overall yield.

Color:

  •  White (Clear after drying)
  •  Gray (Black after drying)



Armor Coat Armor Prime Primer, 55 Gallon Drum
Armor Coat Armor Prime Primer, 55 Gallon Drum **All items may be subject to quantity and color restrictions. Please contact the office for availability.**

Armor Prime is a single component clear, weatherproof, elastomeric penetrating sealer. It provides good penetration of porous substrates both above and below grade. ARMORPRIME also improves adhesion to many substrates including, but not limited to BUR modified bitumen, concrete, masonry, galvanized metal, wood decking as well as previously sprayed polyurethane foam. 55 gallon drum.

Additional Uses:
When purchased in black form ARMORPRIME helps to speed up the burn off of dew in the morning by increasing the deck temperature as well as increases the exothermic reaction of sprayed in-place polyurethane foam which can increase your overall yield.

Color:

  •  White (Clear after drying)
  •  Gray (Black after drying)


Armor Coat Armor Putty, 2 Gallon Pail
Armor Coat Armor Putty, 2 Gallon Pail **All items may be subject to quantity and color restrictions. Please contact the office for availability.**

AC Armor Putty is a premium quality patching compound manufactured using some of the industries most advanced, highest quality, water-based, non-toxic, 100% acrylic polymer resins. It is a high solids, water-based sealant which, once fully cured, provides a water resistant and extremely flexible membrane. 2 gallon pail.

Recommended Uses:
ARMOR PUTTY can be applied by brush, trowel or hand to gaps on abutting substrates as well as filling cracks on parapet walls, protrusions, joints, fasteners, flashing and seams. It may also be used in conjunction with polyester fabric to three course areas of the roof that may require additional reinforcement. Consult with the manufacturer for any/all application specific recommendations prior to starting your install.

Color:
  •  White Only


DC-315 Intumescent Coating Thermal Barrier, 5 Gallons, Black

DC-315 Intumescent Coating Thermal Barrier, 5 Gallons, Black (Please call customer service at 706-557-1400 for volume pricing)

This fire barrier spray foam is an intumescent coating applied over Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF) to achieve a “15 Minute Alternative to Thermal Barrier” and “5 Minute Ignition Barrier.” This 5 gallon spray foam insulation is compliant to IBC & IRC codes; 3rd party inspected and listed by Warnock Hersey ( WN-20947), and meets the requirements of the AC456 criteria recently updated in AC377. DC315 has more than 200 tests worldwide over a wide variety of foams. It has one of the best coverage rates for foam at 115 sq ft/gallon, making it very cost efficient.

All surfaces to be coated must be clean, cured, firm, dry and free of dust, dirt, oil, wax, grease, mildew, and efflorescence. The quality of any application is only as good as the surface preparation that precedes the application. Our coating has excellent bonding characteristics and will adhere to most sound, clean, foam surfaces. Verify that the surface of the foam is free of gouges, holes, and exposed cells. Also verify the surface is stable, and not crumbling or deteriorated. If any such defects are found make sure to repair them prior to proceeding.
 
This spray on thermal barrier must be thoroughly mixed before application. Failure to do so will seriously compromise the coating's ability to perform. It is recommended to perform mechanical stirring with a high speed drill and a paddle appropriate for the size container you are working from. Contents should be stirred from the bottom up making sure to scrape the bottom and sides with a paint stick as you go. Contents should be stirred to a creamy consistency with no lumps. Continue mixing for 4-5 minutes per 5 gallon pail. Thinning is usually not needed. If DC 315 has been exposed to high heat, water may evaporate from the plastic 5 gallon container. If the paint level is below 3 inches from the top of the container, add enough water to bring the level back up to within 3 inches from the top in order to ensure proper consistency.
 
This 5 gallon spray foam insulation is best applied with an airless sprayer to achieve a more consistent mil thickness. In challenging areas where an airless sprayer is not practical, DC 315 can be applied by brush or roller Spraying DC 315 for Maximum Yield: If this is the first time using DC 315 we suggest testing a pre-measured area to get a feel for spraying and yield. Example, if the job requires 20 wet mils or 80 sq. ft. per gallon, then a 5 gallon pail would cover 400 sq. ft. Measure out one or two 400 sq. ft. sections using pieces of tape, thumbtacks, or canned spray paint. Use just enough to outline the area you intend to apply DC 315. We suggest spraying inside the outlined area and taking wet film thickness measurements, with a wet film gauge across the area, to get a feel for maximum yield.

DC-315 Intumescent Coating Thermal Barrier, 5 Gallons, Dark Gray

DC-315 Intumescent Coating Thermal Barrier, 5 Gallons, Dark Gray (Please call customer service at 706-557-1400 for volume pricing)

This fire barrier spray foam is an intumescent coating applied over Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF) to achieve a “15 Minute Alternative to Thermal Barrier” and “5 Minute Ignition Barrier.” This 5 gallon spray foam insulation is compliant to IBC & IRC codes; 3rd party inspected and listed by Warnock Hersey ( WN-20947), and meets the requirements of the AC456 criteria recently updated in AC377. DC315 has more than 200 tests worldwide over a wide variety of foams. It has one of the best coverage rates for foam at 115 sq ft/gallon, making it very cost efficient.

All surfaces to be coated must be clean, cured, firm, dry and free of dust, dirt, oil, wax, grease, mildew, and efflorescence. The quality of any application is only as good as the surface preparation that precedes the application. Our coating has excellent bonding characteristics and will adhere to most sound, clean, foam surfaces. Verify that the surface of the foam is free of gouges, holes, and exposed cells. Also verify the surface is stable, and not crumbling or deteriorated. If any such defects are found make sure to repair them prior to proceeding.
 
This spray on thermal barrier must be thoroughly mixed before application. Failure to do so will seriously compromise the coating's ability to perform. It is recommended to perform mechanical stirring with a high speed drill and a paddle appropriate for the size container you are working from. Contents should be stirred from the bottom up making sure to scrape the bottom and sides with a paint stick as you go. Contents should be stirred to a creamy consistency with no lumps. Continue mixing for 4-5 minutes per 5 gallon pail. Thinning is usually not needed. If DC 315 has been exposed to high heat, water may evaporate from the plastic 5 gallon container. If the paint level is below 3 inches from the top of the container, add enough water to bring the level back up to within 3 inches from the top in order to ensure proper consistency.
 
This 5 gallon spray foam insulation is best applied with an airless sprayer to achieve a more consistent mil thickness. In challenging areas where an airless sprayer is not practical, DC 315 can be applied by brush or roller Spraying DC 315 for Maximum Yield: If this is the first time using DC 315 we suggest testing a pre-measured area to get a feel for spraying and yield. Example, if the job requires 20 wet mils or 80 sq. ft. per gallon, then a 5 gallon pail would cover 400 sq. ft. Measure out one or two 400 sq. ft. sections using pieces of tape, thumbtacks, or canned spray paint. Use just enough to outline the area you intend to apply DC 315. We suggest spraying inside the outlined area and taking wet film thickness measurements, with a wet film gauge across the area, to get a feel for maximum yield.

DC-315 Intumescent Coating Thermal Barrier, 5 Gallons, Ice Gray

DC-315 Intumescent Coating Thermal Barrier, 5 Gallons, Ice Gray (Please call customer service at 706-557-1400 for volume pricing)

This fire barrier spray foam is an intumescent coating applied over Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF) to achieve a “15 Minute Alternative to Thermal Barrier” and “5 Minute Ignition Barrier.” This 5 gallon spray foam insulation is compliant to IBC & IRC codes; 3rd party inspected and listed by Warnock Hersey ( WN-20947), and meets the requirements of the AC456 criteria recently updated in AC377. DC315 has more than 200 tests worldwide over a wide variety of foams. It has one of the best coverage rates for foam at 115 sq ft/gallon, making it very cost efficient.

All surfaces to be coated must be clean, cured, firm, dry and free of dust, dirt, oil, wax, grease, mildew, and efflorescence. The quality of any application is only as good as the surface preparation that precedes the application. Our coating has excellent bonding characteristics and will adhere to most sound, clean, foam surfaces. Verify that the surface of the foam is free of gouges, holes, and exposed cells. Also verify the surface is stable, and not crumbling or deteriorated. If any such defects are found make sure to repair them prior to proceeding.
 
This spray on thermal barrier must be thoroughly mixed before application. Failure to do so will seriously compromise the coating's ability to perform. It is recommended to perform mechanical stirring with a high speed drill and a paddle appropriate for the size container you are working from. Contents should be stirred from the bottom up making sure to scrape the bottom and sides with a paint stick as you go. Contents should be stirred to a creamy consistency with no lumps. Continue mixing for 4-5 minutes per 5 gallon pail. Thinning is usually not needed. If DC 315 has been exposed to high heat, water may evaporate from the plastic 5 gallon container. If the paint level is below 3 inches from the top of the container, add enough water to bring the level back up to within 3 inches from the top in order to ensure proper consistency.
 
This 5 gallon spray foam insulation is best applied with an airless sprayer to achieve a more consistent mil thickness. In challenging areas where an airless sprayer is not practical, DC 315 can be applied by brush or roller Spraying DC 315 for Maximum Yield: If this is the first time using DC 315 we suggest testing a pre-measured area to get a feel for spraying and yield. Example, if the job requires 20 wet mils or 80 sq. ft. per gallon, then a 5 gallon pail would cover 400 sq. ft. Measure out one or two 400 sq. ft. sections using pieces of tape, thumbtacks, or canned spray paint. Use just enough to outline the area you intend to apply DC 315. We suggest spraying inside the outlined area and taking wet film thickness measurements, with a wet film gauge across the area, to get a feel for maximum yield.