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StencilCoat™

If stamped asphalt is a revolution in decorative paving systems, StencilCoat™ is the evolution. With StencilCoat™ you can have the look and longevity of real stone or brick for a fraction of the cost. And StencilCoat™ will bond to both concrete and asphalt surfaces.

Where can you use StencilCoat™? Driveways, walkways, patios, pool decks, garage slabs, pedestrian walkways, embankments, outdoor plazas, courtyards, building entrances, theme parks, golf cart paths, and more...just wait until you see the results!

The “StencilCoat™ Commercial Asphalt Coating” is a 100% acrylic waterborne coating system applied to a stamped asphalt or concrete surface.

StencilCoat™ is a three step coating system consisting of:

1. Primer
2. Base Coat
3. Top Coats

StencilCoat™ coatings can be applied to new as well as existing asphalt or concrete surfaces, and is ideal for crosswalks or sidewalks. It can be applied to renew spalled concrete sidewalks and curbs, with or without pattern, or to dress up existing sidewalks with patterns and to provide slip resistance.

StencilCoat™ is currently available in the following colors:


Brick Red

Sierra

Chocolate

Safety Green

Old Brick

Sandstone

Charcoal

School Zone Green

White

Yellow

Taupe

Sunset Blush

Bedrock

Irish Cream

Terra Cotta

Slate

Khaki

Burnt Sienna

Natural Cement

San Diego Buff

Desert Buff

Nutmeg

Fawn

Granite

Pewter

Forest Green

Safety Blue

StencilCoat™ Commercial Asphalt Coating (Tint Base)

Material Composition
Table 1

Characteristics

Requirement

Resin .............
waterborne latex
% Solids by weight .............
> 80%
% Solids by volume .............
> 65%
Weight per gallon .............
13.5 lbs/gal
% non-reactive fillers .............
< 40%
Volatile Organic Compounds .............
< 75 g/l or 1/4lb/gal
Boiling Range .............
147° - 477°F
Vapor Density .............
Heavier than air
Liquid Density .............
1.5 – 1.7 kg/l @ 20°C
Flashpoint ASTM D 3278 .............
>201°F
Hazardous Ingredients .............
none
Viscosity @ 70°F (20°C) .............
100-110 kU
Mix Ratio (Coating : LiquidTint) gal/pints ...…........
5gal : 1pint
Dry mil thickness per coat .............
20 to 25 mils
Number of coats to achieve rec. thickness ............
3 coats

Performance Requirements
Table 2

Test

Requirement

Dry Time (to re-coat) @ 50°F (10°C).............
50 min
Dry Time (to re-coat) @ 90°F (32°C).............
30 min
85% Cure (to permit traffic) @ 50°F (10°C).............
6 to 8 hours
85% Cure (to permit traffic) @ 90°F (32°C).............
2 to 4 hours
ASTM 2486 Scrub Resistance (30 dry mils)..............
Applied as per manufacturers specifications………………
5000 cycles to
max loss of 50%
coating thickness
Dry mil build thickness per coat .............
20 to 25 mils
Temp. limits for service (of cured material) .............
-35°F to 145°F
Friction using a locked wheeled tester at 30 mph ...........
>45 FN30R
Friction using a locked wheeled tester at 30 mph ...........
>40 FN30R
Pedestrian Friction ASTM E303 British Pendulum.........….
>70 BPN

Primer/Sealer (used as a base primer as well as a top sealer where anti-skid is not required) Primer/Sealer is water based 100% acrylic waterborne

Material Composition
Table 3

Characteristics

Requirement

Resin .............
waterborne latex
% Solids by weight .............
> 30%
% Solids by volume .............
> 29%
Weight per gallon .............
8.5 lbs/gal
% non-reactive fillers .............
< 0%
Volatile Organic Compounds .............
< 45 g/l or 1/10lb/gal
Boiling Range .............
147° - 477°F
Vapor Density .............
Heavier than air
Liquid Density .............
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Flashpoint ASTM D 3278 .............
>201°F
Hazardous Ingredients .............
none
Viscosity @ 70°F (20°C) .............
44> kU
Mix Ratio (Primer : Water) ...…........
1 primer : 1 water
Mix Ratio (Sealer : Water) ...…........
1 sealer : 2 water
Dry mil thickness per coat .............
1 to 2 mils
# of primer coats to achieve rec. thickness ............
1 coat
# of sealer coats to achieve rec. thickness ............
1 coat

Performance Requirements
Table 4

Test

Requirement

Dry Time (to re-coat) @ 50°F (10°C).............
50 min
Dry Time (to re-coat) @ 90°F (32°C).............
30 min
85% Cure (to permit traffic) @ 50°F (10°C).............
6 to 8 hours
85% Cure (to permit traffic) @ 90°F (32°C).............
2 to 4 hours
ASTM 2486 Scrub Resistance (3 wet mils).............
500 cycles
Dry mil build thickness per coat .............
1 to 2 mils
Temp. limits for service (of cured material).............
-35°F to 145°F