Silicone/epoxy water based Color: Various Pot life: 60 min. @ 68°F Induction Time: None Solids: by Weight 49%Coverage Rate: Approx. 100 sq. ft. per gallon @ 8 mil DFT
Tensile Strength:>1750psi Elongation: ASTM 2370>5% Adhesion: ASTM D451>1000psi
Abrasion: (CS 17/Kg/1000 cycles) <4 mg loss
Cure Time: Complete in 5 days. Dry to the touch in 2 hours. Force cure 300°F for 30 min. Many applications can be returned to service the next day.
VOC: ASTM 3960-1.0#/gl. Heat Resistance: Do not exceed 275°F continuous service
CAUTION: GatorGlide surfaces have a low coefficient of friction and therefore tend to be slippery.
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Coating Type GatorGlide G2, Rev.1 GatorGlide_G2_Rev1 / August 2010 Page 1 of 1
The colors depicted here are photographs and do not show the true color. Colors also will vary from batch to batch. Once you have chosen a color it is yours. If a color selection is not placed under "special instructions" it will come in Graphite color which sometimes appears almost black.
The G4 will be lighter in color then the G2 due to the additional mica in it. Our Black is our "BLACK" not your Black! we cant match yours, you have to match ours or pick another color!
our graphite color now appears almost black in the G2, all colors appear lighter in G4.
All orders are made to order, once made the color cannot be changed... good thing it's on the bottom!
- High Abrasion High Slip Swamp Boats - Low Coefficient of Friction -
APPLICATION GUIDE AND TECHNICAL INFORMATION
Meets EPA, USDA, And FDA 21 CFR 175.300 Requirements
GatorGlide G2 is a silicone-epoxy coating having unique release properties while adhering to a broad range of substrates including wood, concrete, fiberglass, metals, and most plastics including epoxies, polyurethanes, and alkyds. GatorGlide G2 has excellent abrasion and slip properties.
GatorGlide G2 is a 2 component product. GatorGlide G2 is packaged in 1 Gallon and 5 Gallon kit which contains the proper ratio of ingredients. The entire contents of each container should be mixed together. For quantities less than the pre-packaged kit, mix as follows: To 11 parts of the A component, mix in 2 parts of the Bcomponent. Mix the A and the B until completely blended. NO INDUCTION PERIOD NECESSARY...Spray or Roll immediately. You have about a 70 min pot life, so mix accordingly.
Thinning and Clean up
In most cases it is not necessary to thin GatorGlide G2. If you find it necessary to thin GatorGlide G2 you may add up to 5% DRINKING WATER. Clean up by using soap and water while GatorGlide G2 is in an uncured state. For best results clean all equipment as soon as the application is complete. After the material has cured, solvent is needed to clean the GatorGlide G2
Application and Re coating
Roll or spray GatorGlide G2 for a 3 to 4 mil dry or 6 to 8 wet mil coating. Roll or spray in two or three increments to avoid sagging if a heavier deposit is required. Apply the last coat as a thin 2 to 3 mil dry coating to obtain the best smoothness and abrasion resistance. If poor wetting occurs while applying GatorGlide coatings, then lightly roughen the dry GatorGlide surface with 400 grit sandpaper prior to top-coating. Make sure the surface temperature is above 40°F and the relative humidity is below 90% before coating. Allow at least 48 hours and ideally one week of curing before putting into service. Post heating at elevated temperatures will speed up curing and improve the abrasion resistance. Do not use harsh chemicals for cleaning GatorGlide surfaces, a simple hand wipe or a light scrape is adequate for removing marine growth. If the GatorGlide surface has become damaged or has excessive wear, then an occasional touch up may be required. This can be achieved by simply spraying 1 to 3 mils of the GatorGlide G2 over the existing GatorGlide surface and allowing it to cure for at least 24 hours prior to putting it back in service.
Shelf Life: 1 Year Storage: DO NOT FREEZE
Caution - Extremely Slippery -care must be followed when transporting or walking on this surface.