Tor Raincoat Fibretex
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  • Tor Raincoat Fibretex

Tor Raincoat Fibretex

RC301

Tor Raincoat Fibretex (RC301) is a single pack, high build coating, based on a special modified acrylic/urethane resin system, containing inert pigments extenders and flame retardant agents, and reinforced with inert fibres for the waterproofing of sound solid sheeted pitched roofs (eg. asbestos/fibre, cement, factory coated profiled metal etc).

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Description

Tor Raincoat Fibretex (RC301) is a single pack, high build coating, based on a special modified acrylic/urethane resin system, containing inert pigments extenders and flame retardant agents, and reinforced with inert fibres for the waterproofing of sound solid sheeted pitched roofs (eg. asbestos/fibre, cement, factory coated profiled metal etc).

Preparation

The roof surface does not need to be completely dry, but care should be taken to ensure surfaces/substrates are adequately prepared and visibly dry. Identify any leaks. Remove any existing unsound remedial repairs, weak or loose material. Thoroughly scrub surfaces to be treated with a stiff bristle brush to remove dust, grime, loose chippings, etc and wash down to ensure proper cleaning. Moss, lichen, fungal growth, etc should be treated with Torkill W Fungicidal Wash (DM405). Porous or friable surfaces should be treated with Raincoat Stabilising Sealer (RC351). Solvent sensitive (eg. bituminous) surfaces should be treated with Raincoat Metallic Primer (RC352). Treat cleaned metal surfaces with Raincoat APA (RC353).

Ensure any gaps, splits etc are properly rectified, and if necessary stabilised with bridging/bond break tapes and Elastamat glass fibre mat reinforcements in conjunction with suitable embedment coats (e.g. Elastaseal or Torprufe CRC as appropriate).

Application

Brush and short/medium pile roller. Touch-in/stripe coat any minor cracks, lap joints, minor gaps etc. before applying main coat. Significant gaps/movement areas are likely to require additional treatment.

Limitations

  • Do not apply if rain is imminent.
  • Overcoating must be carried out within the timescale stated to ensure maximum intercoat adhesion and avoid film defects. Surfaces must be clean.
  • The product gives a flexible film in normal use, but alternative special reinforcement coating systems may be required in areas subject to movement.
  • The product contains strong industrial solvents which may affect existing coatings and substrates. Prepare small test area if necessary.
Product Details
RC301

Data sheet

Application
Brush, Roller
Coverage
2m2 /litre/coat - Will vary with surface profile etc.
Touch Dry
4 Hours
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questions Daniel Shepherd on 2019-02-13 11:19:10
Question: 

Does this paint need a primer on 1st or is this a primer/topcoat classed as a 1coat.. Its going on a cement compound garage roof and not asbestos

Answer: 

Preparation

The roof surface does not need to be completely dry, but care should be taken to ensure surfaces/substrates are adequately prepared and visibly dry. Identify any leaks. Remove any existing unsound remedial repairs, weak or loose material. Thoroughly scrub surfaces to be treated with a stiff bristle brush to remove dust, grime, loose chippings, etc and wash down to ensure proper cleaning. Moss, lichen, fungal growth, etc should be treated with Torkill W Fungicidal Wash (DM405). Porous or friable surfaces should be treated with Raincoat Stabilising Sealer (RC351). Solvent sensitive (eg. bituminous) surfaces should be treated with Raincoat Metallic Primer (RC352). Treat cleaned metal surfaces with Raincoat APA (RC353).

Ensure any gaps, splits etc are properly rectified, and if necessary stabilised with bridging/bond break tapes and Elastamat glass fibre mat reinforcements in conjunction with suitable embedment coats (e.g. Elastaseal or Torprufe CRC as appropriate).

questions Brigitta on 2018-04-10 16:37:40
Question: 

Hi, Can this paint be applied by an electric paint sprayer? Thanks, Brigitta

Answer: 

No, this product is for brush/roller application only.


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