100AF Non-Fibered Emulsion Primer
Karnak #100 Non-Fibered Emulsion Roof Primer is a general purpose non-fibered emulsion roof coating prepared from an asphalt binder, carefully refined and emulsified in water by means of selected colloids. The asphalt emulsion thus produced is of heavy paint consistency. Karnak #100 Non-Fibered Emulsion Roof Primer is a tough, flexible black-asphalt compound especially designed to provide excellent protection to most roof surfaces against weathering. Karnak #100 Non-Fibered Emulsion Roof Primer will not burn or support combustion in a liquid state. It has no odor or fumes, and resists the absorption of exterior moisture.
- ASTM D-1187 Type II
- ASTM D-1227 Type III, Class 1
All surfaces should be clean and free from oil, grease, rust, dirt and other foreign matter. Excess water should be removed, if possible, before application of Karnak #100 Non-Fibered Emulsion Roof Primer.
Karnak #100 Non-Fibered Emulsion Roof Primer is easily applied by brush, roller or spray equipment.
BRUSH APPLICATION: Apply with a wide fiber brush at the rate of 2 to 3 gallons per 100 sq. ft.
SPRAY APPLICATION: Utilize a standard heavy duty spray pump using heavy duty guns and nozzles. Apply at the rate of 2 to 3 gallons per 100 sq. ft. Equipment manufacturer should be consulted for more complete information.
Apply at the rate of 2 to 3 gallons per 100 sq. ft.
- Weight per Gallon: 8.5 lbs
- Solids by Weight: 56%
- Solids by Volume: 58%
- Color: Brown Wet-Black Dry
- Permeability: 0.5 Metered Perms
- Dry Time: 4 to 6 Hours
- Service Temperature Range: 0° to 180°F
CARE OF TOOLS
Tools and other equipment should be cleaned with water immediately after use. Dried material may be cleaned with mineral spirits. Take necessary precautions when handling combustible materials.
Do not apply when rain is imminent. Protect from freezing. Primer must be dried before exposure to water. Store in a heated room and keep container covered when not in use. Keep out of reach of children. Do not thin. Avoid prolonged contact with skin. Dispose of in an environmentally safe manner.
COLD-PROCESS SYSTEMS AND COATINGS, EITHER EMULSION OR SOLVENT BASED, SHOULD ONLY BE INSTALLED ON DECKS WITH POSITIVE DRAINAGE.
PER NRCA, (NATIONAL ROOFING CONTRACTORS ASSOCIATION) "THE CRITERIA FOR JUDGING PROPER SLOPE FOR DRAINAGE IS THAT THERE BE NO EVIDENCE OF STANDING WATER ON THE DECK 48 HOURS AFTER IT STOPS RAINING."
Available in 5 gallon pails and 55 gallon drums.