EPDM Primer — PrimeLock LEXIS

EPDM Primer - PrimeLock LEXIS

PrimeLock EPDM Primer

See table on the following page.

  • PrimeLock EPDM Primer is ready to use. Thinning is not recommended. Product should be mixed thoroughly before use and containers should not be left open for extended periods of time.
  • Apply via sprayer at a rate of 400 square feet per gallon. Use 3 — 4 foot arc pattern and allow to stand for a minimum of 5 minutes. Keep surface moist.
  • Pressure wash the entire roof slowly and close to the surface in order to remove mica and inorganic release agents. Final rinse water should be clear with no bubbles present.
  • EPDM membrane will range from muddy brown to black after power washing.
  • Spray: Hudson-type agricultural, conventional pressure or airless sprayer .
6. Availability & Cost

PrimeLock EPDM Primer is available directly from Lexis Coatings, our authorized distributors or online at Your Roof Reborn .

On pre-qualified and approved applications completed by Lexis contractors, long term warranties are available. Contact Lexis Coatings for warranty information.

PrimeLock EPDM Primer Technical Data

Volatile Organic Content

100 g/lit

Caution: PrimeLock EPDM Primer is a water-based product which will freeze and become unusable at temperatures below 32F. Suspend all application if conditions prevent a complete cure before sunset, rain, fog, dew or freezing temperatures. Lexis Coatings must be completely dry before exposing to water or foot traffic. Keep Lexis Coatings containers covered when not in use. Dispose of all containers in accordance with state and local environmental regulations. Keep away from children. If ingested, DO NOT induce vomiting. Call Physician immediately.

Handling: Thoroughly read MSDS for Disposal Considerations in case of spills of undiluted EPDM Primer. These undiluted spills are different from the rinsate defined as the roof washings composed of diluted EPDM Primer that result from the proper use of the product according to the application guidelines. In general, during the pressure washing of a roof, one part of EPDM Primer is diluted with 300 parts of water.

Ensure proper drainage: Lexis Coatings advocates the use of prudent judgment regarding the release of roof rinseate containing EPDM Primer into the environment. Based on aquatic toxicity data, EPDM Primer is classified as of LOW CONCERN to aquatic invertebrates and fish, according to the USEPA TSCA classification criteria, i.e. the LC/EC50 > 100 mg/L. Specific for EPDM Primer, the results indicate that the lethal or effective (functional) concentration affecting 50% of the tested population is greater than 220 mg/L of EPDM Primer for fish, and aquatic invertebrates. EPDM Primer is classified as of moderate concern to algae according to USEPA TSCA classification criteria, i.e. the LC/EC50 is between 1 mg/L and 100 mg/L. Dilution of the primer with rinseate and subsequent added dilutionary capacity of receiving streams, rivers or ponds would likely buffer any potential for adverse effects.

Product information contained herein are presented in good faith and believed to be reliable. They do not constitute part of our terms and conditions of sale. It is also not a guarantee, either expressed or implied, that the data are correct or that products described are merchantable or fit for a particular purpose as methods of use are beyond our control. Customer should determine the suitability of our materials and installation recommendations before usage. Manufacturer’s sole responsibility shall be to replace that portion of any product that proved to be defective.

This product data sheet conforms to the editorial style prescribed by The Construction Specifications Institute.

EPDM Primer - PrimeLock LEXIS

The manufacturer is responsible for technical accuracy.

PrimeLock EPDM Primer

See table on the following page.

  • PrimeLock EPDM Primer is ready to use. Thinning is not recommended. Product should be mixed thoroughly before use and containers should not be left open for extended periods of time.
  • Apply via sprayer at a rate of 400 square feet per gallon. Use 3 — 4 foot arc pattern and allow to stand for a minimum of 5 minutes. Keep surface moist.
  • Pressure wash the entire roof slowly and close to the surface in order to remove mica and inorganic release agents. Final rinse water should be clear with no bubbles present.
  • EPDM membrane will range from muddy brown to black after power washing.
  • Spray: Hudson-type agricultural, conventional pressure or airless sprayer .
6. Availability & Cost

PrimeLock EPDM Primer is available directly from Lexis Coatings, our authorized distributors or online at Your Roof Reborn .

On pre-qualified and approved applications completed by Lexis contractors, long term warranties are available. Contact Lexis Coatings for warranty information.

PrimeLock EPDM Primer Technical Data

Volatile Organic Content

100 g/lit

Caution: PrimeLock EPDM Primer is a water-based product which will freeze and become unusable at temperatures below 32F. Suspend all application if conditions prevent a complete cure before sunset, rain, fog, dew or freezing temperatures. Lexis Coatings must be completely dry before exposing to water or foot traffic. Keep Lexis Coatings containers covered when not in use. Dispose of all containers in accordance with state and local environmental regulations. Keep away from children. If ingested, DO NOT induce vomiting. Call Physician immediately.

Handling: Thoroughly read MSDS for Disposal Considerations in case of spills of undiluted EPDM Primer. These undiluted spills are different from the rinsate defined as the roof washings composed of diluted EPDM Primer that result from the proper use of the product according to the application guidelines. In general, during the pressure washing of a roof, one part of EPDM Primer is diluted with 300 parts of water.

Ensure proper drainage: Lexis Coatings advocates the use of prudent judgment regarding the release of roof rinseate containing EPDM Primer into the environment. Based on aquatic toxicity data, EPDM Primer is classified as of LOW CONCERN to aquatic invertebrates and fish, according to the USEPA TSCA classification criteria, i.e. the LC/EC50 > 100 mg/L. Specific for EPDM Primer, the results indicate that the lethal or effective (functional) concentration affecting 50% of the tested population is greater than 220 mg/L of EPDM Primer for fish, and aquatic invertebrates. EPDM Primer is classified as of moderate concern to algae according to USEPA TSCA classification criteria, i.e. the LC/EC50 is between 1 mg/L and 100 mg/L. Dilution of the primer with rinseate and subsequent added dilutionary capacity of receiving streams, rivers or ponds would likely buffer any potential for adverse effects.

Product information contained herein are presented in good faith and believed to be reliable. They do not constitute part of our terms and conditions of sale. It is also not a guarantee, either expressed or implied, that the data are correct or that products described are merchantable or fit for a particular purpose as methods of use are beyond our control. Customer should determine the suitability of our materials and installation recommendations before usage. Manufacturer’s sole responsibility shall be to replace that portion of any product that proved to be defective.

This product data sheet conforms to the editorial style prescribed by The Construction Specifications Institute.

The manufacturer is responsible for technical accuracy.


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