PROFLEX PRIMER® F1501 White 1:1 PRODUCT DATA SHEET
Proflex Primer® is simple to apply, only has two parts, flexible, and boasts a one-to-one volume/mix ratio
READ: Asphalt and tar are two surfaces that require more preparation. Do not use if you live in a region prone to snow—unless you are also using Liquid EPDM. When working with asphalt, remove cracked sections and repair with Proflex and Rubber mix before applying Poly Fabric.
After application of the PropFlex primer it is important that the Liquid EPDM is applied while the primer is still tacky. Temperature is the factor here but normally within 24 hours the surface should be tacky enough that it allows you to walk on the surface without getting any of the primer up on your shoes. This is the acceptable time to apply the epdm. Should the primer dry out you would need to lightly sand it and reapply. This is the reason you would want to spot check the primer after about 8 hours to see how it is setting up based on your temperature at that time.
How to Use
Swelling is prevented with Proflex Primer. There's no more worry over oils, solvents, and fats near kitchens or restaurants.
Urethane and epoxy coatings don't easily adhere. However, the proflex permits recoating.
Worn and weathered surfaces on wood or insulating foams can be fixed with the Primer first and then the Liquid EPDM.
You can re-coat thermoplastic roofing after using Proflex Primer.
Makeup and Aesthetics
After the film has fully cured, you'll enjoy impressive strength and flexibility. Degraded surfaces can be rehabilitated. However, keep in mind that Proflex Primer is, indeed, a primer. An additional top coat, such as Liquid Rubber or Liquid Roof, is best.
Prep the Surface
Check that the surface is free of algae, debris, dirt, mildew or oil. Remove any loose paint or pieces. Repair anything that's damaged. A higher pressure wash is the best way to cleanse the surface.
How to Apply
Tools required include a brush, roller, and rubber squeegee for flat surfaces. You can also use a pressure pot spray.
Tips for Spreading
A 5.5 mil. thickness is caused by a 250 square foot per gallon application. This is ideal, but difficult. Most people achieve coverage of 150-175 square feet per gallon when using a squeegee and roller. Keep in mind that more porous and rough surfaces will require more coverage.
2500 psi after 7 days chilled
250 psi (aged)
Two Component, flexible Epoxy
10 hours to touch at 70° F
200% @ 77° F
Above 150° F
1 to 1 by volume
45 minutes @ 70° F
86% by Volume; 89% by weight
Spread rate at 1 mil
1379 square feet
1 ear minimum
404 psi after 7 days @ 77° F Temp.
71KU (900 cp) @ 77° F
118 g/l (.99 lb./gal)
Weight per Gallon
A controlled laboratory was used to gather this data. However, conditions may vary. The outside temperature will impact a number of specifics. Higher temperatures mean faster cure rates and less time for you to work. Don't delay after mixing the product. Ration 30 minute increments to ensure you can get the job done. For more information, call us at 855-281-0940