|Minimum Order Quantity||1000 Square Feet|
|Application||Construction, Paper Packaging, Electronics, Textile Auxiliary Agents|
|Category||Waterproofing Coating, Cementitious Waterproofing, Crystalline Waterproofing, Acrylic Based Polymer Coating|
|Form of Chemical||Liquid|
|Form of Chemicals||Liquid|
|Grade Standard||Analytical Grade|
|State Of Matter||Liquid|
Ultra-Ever DryTM Surface Protection is a two-part, air dry coating that is easily applied by spraying. The bottom coat is applied, allowed to dry for 30-60 minutes, and the top coat is then applied. The top coat usually requires about 15-30 minutes to dry.
It is suitable for indoor or outdoor use. The system o ers superhydrophobic and oleophobic perfor- mance and has been shown to maintain a high level of performance under a variety of conditions and for extended time. The system is useful for non-wetting, anti-icing, self-cleaning, anti-bacteria and corrosion protection purposes.
The coating produces a matte-like, textured surface. The finish is translucent, with a slightly white haze. Ultra-Ever DryTM Surface Protection top coat will appear white if applied too heavily.
Superhydrophobic–aqueoussolutionsrollo thesurfacequicklyandformasphericaldroplet with a contact angle greater than 150 degrees.
Oleophobic – some oils bead up and roll o the surface quickly when the surface is angled 5 degrees or more.
Chemical Resistance – Excellent: acids, alkalines, pollutants. Good: Refined oils with low solvent content. Poor: Solvents, fluids with values of surface tension below 30 mN/m.
Abrasion Resistance – Abrasion will reduce or eliminate e ectiveness. Ultra-Ever Dry has better abrasion resistance than most superhydrophobics.
Anti-icing applications where water approaches at relatively low velocities or pressures (pre-
vent hanging ice).
Anti-wetting applications to keep items dry and working.
Self-cleaning of surfaces during rain events or by washing with low-pressure water.
Anti-bacterial – reduces the amount of bacteria on a surface.
Excessive abrasion will lessen or eliminate superhydrophobic performance.
Soaps and alcohols applied to surface will cause the surface to “wet-out” until the soap and alco-
hol is removed using low pressure water. It will then resume its superhydrophobic performance.
The coating can be removed or its e ectiveness diminished when most solvents are applied to it.
Exposure to ultraviolent (UV) light will reduce the coating longevity to one year or less.