Use the Dicor CoolCoat Insulating EPDM RV Rubber Roof as part 2 in Dicor's Rubber Roof Coating System. Apply the CoolCoat after first prepping your Motorhome's rubber roof with Dicor's Cleaner and Activator. The CoolCoat's insulating formula is lab proven to reduce heat flux transfer from the roof of your RV to the interior of you RV by 29%. This means less demand on your air conditioning, less water on your compressor and less noise for you and your neighbors.
Note: Part 2 of the project must be completed in one day; including cleaner/activator application, rinsing and 2 coats of CoolCoat. Each dry to the touch. An 8' x 30' roof will require 4 gallons of CoolCoat.
- 100% elastomeric premium resins, titanium dioxide and zinc oxide create a brilliant white base pigment
- Titanium dioxide and zinc oxide provide a UV ray protectant to reflect heat off your roof and back into the air
- MicroCell technology substantially reduces heat flux transfer from the hot side of your RV roof to the cool side of your RV ceiling
- Lab results show CoolCoat left the interior ceiling remaing at 76 degrees F when the RV roof was a scorching 107 degrees F
- CoolCoat must be preceded with RP-CRP-Q to ensure proper adhesion
- Apply in a minimum of 2 coats at a rate of 1 gallon per 125 sq.ft.
- Use for all Rubber RV Roofs. Also suitable for TPO roofing.
- Contains 1 gallon or 3.72L
- Important Note: This product cannot be shipped by air!
CoolCoat Insulating EPDM RV Rubber Roof Coating
Freezing Point: 32 degrees F
Boiling Point: 212 degrees F
pH: 8.5 to 9.0
Relative Density: 1.20
VOC Content: 78.6 grams/liter
Application: White Acrylic Coating must be proceeded with Dicor Cleaner/Activator to ensure proper adhesion. All cleaner/activator must be completely removed from roof prior to applying acrylic coating. All surfaces must be clean and free of residue or loose particles, degraded substrate, grease, oil, dirt, or other contaminates. Surfaces shall be completely dry and frost free before coating. Deteriorated or damaged substrates shall be repaired or replaced. Apply after using the cleaner/activator with medium nap roller or brush. One gallon covers up to 125 sq.ft. Actual gallons required will depend on the type of surface and texture method of application and weather conditions at the time of application. Surfaces must be uniformly coated and free from voids, pinholes and blisters. Two coats required.