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Fiberlock products typically fall into one of three categories: clean, eradicate, or coat. These three steps are the key to the complete removal of hazardous material such as lead, asbestos, or mold. Cleaning products are the first step to safely remove major grime. After this step, the surface might look clean, but with toxic materials, all traces of spores or particulate must be completely destroyed. This is the second step, eradication. Fiberlock has products specially formulated to destroy mold spores. You now have a clean and disinfected surface, but a third step must be taken to prevent future mold growth. Fiberlock has a number of coatings formulated to completely prevent future mold growth.



Cleaning Products:
If your grime is severe, you should remove and safely dispose of the major pieces with a scraping tool as a first step. After that, use Fiberlock Advanced Peroxide Cleaner to clean the moldy surface before eradication. It is specially formulated for water damage and mold projects to aggressively remove stains, penetrate deeply, and foam and lift spores and mold particles to the surface. Fiberlock IAQ 2500 is a general purpose non acid cleaner with disinfectant, fungicide, and deodorizer for non-porous surfaces most often used as preventive maintanence to stop toxic microorganisms from taking hold.

Eradication Products:
Fiberlock Shockwave is Fiberlock's most in-demand product for its mold eradication prowess. It is EPA registered for use in sewage and black water clean-up. It can be used as a cleaner as well as an eradicator. It deeply disinfects and destroys mold and mildew fungus spores, leaving the surface free from contamination. Fiberlock IAQ 2000 has all of the mold-killing power of Shockwave plus virucidal and bactericidal properties. Fiberlock Pirahna 4 is a solvent based gel that strips and removes layers of paint, including lead paint. It is ideal for use on historical structures because it does not require neutralization afterwards and will not discolor the wood.

Coating Products:
Mold remediation: Fiberlock Aftershock is designed to be used in conjunction with Shockwave (you might have guessed this by the name) for a complete mold removal and prevention system. It is a permenant coating that will trap and kill remaining mold as well as prevent future mold from occuring. IAQ 6000, 6100 are tintable acrylic water based coatings (in white and in clear, respectively) that are EPA certified to resist mold growth on the dry coating surface. IAQ 9000 is a waterproofing coating designed to stop water penetration through walls, reducing the likelihood of mold growth. It also has a fungicide to prevent mold from growing on the surface of the coating.

Asbestos abatement: Fiberlock ABC Asbestos Binding Compound is an asbestos encapsulant that meets EPA requirements. It can also be dilusted to be used as a wetting agent or misted to be used as a post removal lockdown coating. If you prefer a specially formulated lockdown coat, try Fiberlock Fiberset PM, a post removal spray applied after asbestos is removed to trap and seal all remaining asbestos fibers on the surface, ensuring final air clearance. For a specially formulated asbestos wetting agent, use Fiberlock Penewet. It makes crumbly ACM safe to handle by penetrating and wetting it, which prevents the fibers from stirring up into the air. If you are encapsulating asbestos that is on pipe lagging, boiler jackets, breaching, or HVAC systems, consider using the Lag Kloth and Lag Kote II asbestos encapsulation system. Lag Kloth is a lagging repair blanket that will repair any rips or tears in the existing area. Once that is accomplished, Lag Kote II is dipped in water and applied for federally approved ACM encapsulation.

Lead containment: Fiberlock LBC Lead Barrier Compound is an encapsulant designed to form a barrier between lead-based paint and environment. This is recognized as a permanent lead paint encapsulation solution in all 50 states. Fiberlock Lead Shield is also a lead coating, but it is not meant to be used as an encapsulant. Rather, Lead Shield is used after lead paint is stripped and removed in order to firmly lockdown and seal in remaining particles. Another option for cleaning up lead dust particles after stripping is Fiberlock Lead Dust Wipes, a trisodium phosophate cleaner that meets federal guidelines for lead dust removal.

Fiberlock Shockwave | Mold Disinfectant and Cleaner

Fiberlock Shockwave Disinfectant Cleaner

FEATURES:

This is an EPA-registered disinfectant, sanitizer and quaternary ammonium cleaner designed specifically for mold remediation contractors. ShockWave is a concentrated formula that will disinfect hard, nonporous surfaces, and also sanitizes porous and semi-porous surfaces. ShockWave is especially useful as an all-in-one product for treating wood structural members, carpets, and other porous and nonporous surfaces as part of a complete mold remediation project. ShockWave concentrate is designed to be diluted two ounces per gallon of water*, yielding 64 gallons of usable product per gallon of concentrate, making it an economical solution for your cleaning, disinfecting, and sanitizing needs. ShockWave has been tested to kill 80+ organisms including Aspergillus, Penecillium spinulosum, E. coli, Salmonella, HIV, Hepatitis-B, Herpes, Poliovirus, and many other pathogenic and environmental microbial organisms.

HOW TO USE:

WATER DAMAGE RESTORATION: This product is particularly suitable for use in water damage restoration situations to sanitize against odor causing bacteria on the following porous and semi-porous materials: carpets, carpet cushion, subfloors, drywall, trim and frame lumber, tackless strip and paneling. Using solutions recommended, saturate affected materials with enough product to remain wet for at least 10 minutes.

SEWER BACKUP: During mitigation procedures, dilute 2-4 ounces of the product per gallon of water allowing for the diluting effect of absorbed water within saturated materials. Remove gross filth or heavy soil along with non-salvageable materials. Saturate all affected areas with a sprayer using a coarse spray tip, before and after cleaning and extraction.

DISINFECTION: Add two ounces of ShockWave per gallon of water. Remove gross filth or heavy soil. For heavily soiled areas, a precleaning step is required. Apply solution with a cloth, mop, sponge, or hand pump trigger sprayer such that all surfaces remain wet for 10 minutes. Let air dry. Prepare a fresh solution for each use. ShockWave is effective in hard water up to 300 ppm hardness (calculated as CaCo3) and in the presence of organic soil (5% blood serum).

FUNGICIDE: At 2 oz. per gallon, ShockWave is effective against the pathogenic fungi, Trichophyton mentagrophytes, in 5% organic soil. Contact time - 10 minutes. This fungus can cause ringworm in companion animals and tinia (ringwork, athlete's foot, jock itch) in humans and is often hosted in rodents. ShockWave is also extremely effective against common household molds and mildews and molds created by water damage. For use eradicating those, see 'Water Damage Restoration' above.

VIRUCIDAL: When used on inanimate, hard, non-porous, environmental surfaces at 2 ounces per gallon of water for a 10 minute contact time (5% organic soil), except for Poliovirus type 1 (strain): which requires a 20 minute contact time (5% organic soil) and HIV-1 which requires only a 30 second contact time.

CLEANING AND DEODORIZATION: ShockWave deodorizes garbage storage areas, empty garbage bins and cans, toilet bowls and any other odor-causing areas. Mix 2 ounces per gallon of water and apply solution to surfaces. Be sure to thoroughly wet surfaces, allow to air dry.

EPA Reg. No.: 73884-1

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Fiberlock Aftershock | Fungicidal Coating

Fiberlock Aftershock Fungicidal Coating

FEATURES:
• After cleansing and disinfectant your mold area with Shockwave, you can coat the clean surfaces with AfterShock. Aftershock is a thin coating that will seal and kill any remaining fungi spores, as well as prevent its future growth. Together, ShockWave and AfterShock are a complete and near-permanent mold eradication system. • AfterShock is an EPA-registered antimicrobial coating designed to kill residual mold and mildew remaining after pre-cleaning contaminated surfaces. AfterShock also inhibits the future growth and spread of mold and mildew on the cured film surface in residential and institutional buildings. This extremely durable, easy to apply, 100% acrylic sealant offers the ultimate in durability in combination with excellent fungicidal characteristics to address mold growth from water damage. AfterShock is recommended for use on interior wall surfaces such as plaster, wallboard, drywall, concrete, masonry block, wood, primed metal and galvanized metal. AfterShock is also recommended for use on interior wood framing, primed metal, concrete, and wallboard inside the wall cavity.

EPA Reg. No.: 73884-1

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Fiberlock Advanced Peroxide Cleaner | Mold + Mildew Stain Remover

Fiberlock Advanced Peroxide Cleaner

FEATURES:
• Advanced Peroxide Cleaner is formulated specifically for use on mold remediation and water damage restoration projects. Advanced Peroxide Cleaner is the most advanced cleaner available for the restoration and remediation professional. It aggressively removes stains caused by mold and mildew on porous, semi-porous and non-porous materials. Utilizing a proprietary combination of cutting-edge surfactants and advanced hydrogen peroxide, Advanced Peroxide Cleaner penetrates deep into the substrate. The hydrogen peroxide reacts instantly through an oxidation process that produces high foaming action which lifts the material to the surface. This oxidation process continues for some time after application and results in the brightening of the substrate within 24 hours..

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Fiberlock IAQ 2000 Disinfectant | Mold, Bacteria, Viruses

Fiberlock IAQ 2000 Disinfectant | Mold, Bacteria, Viruses

FEATURES:
• Fiberlock IAQ 2000 is a phosphate-free, quaternary ammonium chloride formulation designed for use in a diverse assortment of buildings, both residential and commercial. Fiberlock IAQ 2000 is a concentrated formula that will disinfect hard, nonporous inanimate environmental surfaces. Use IAQ 2000 to clean and disinfect mold-contaminated surfaces as part of all mold-remediation projects. Fiberlock IAQ 2000 is an EPA-registered product.

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Fiberlock IAQ 2500 Cleaner | Disinfectant and Fungicide

Fiberlock IAQ 2500 Cleaner | Disinfectant and Fungicide

FEATURES:
• Fiberlock IAQ 2500 is an EPA registered, multi-purpose disinfectant and cleaner. Fiberlock IAQ 2500 is a pre-mixed, non-acidic cleaner and disinfectant designed to provide effective cleaning, deodorizing, and disinfection specifically for establishments which are prone to problems caused by microorganisms. Fiberlock IAQ 2500 disinfects inanimate hard surfaces including plastic surfaces, metal surfaces, floors, walls, ceilings, and structural building components. Fiberlock IAQ 2500 is effective for use as a cleaner, fungicide (against pathogenic fungi), mildewstat, disinfectant, virucide, and deodorizer..

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Fiberlock IAQ 9000 Waterproof Coating 8395

Fiberlock IAQ 9000 Waterproof Coating 8395

FEATURES:
• Fiberlock IAQ 9000 is a low-odor waterproofing coating that is specially formulated to stop water from penetrating through a variety of interior and exterior surfaces including above or below grade masonry walls, cinder and concrete block, stucco, brick, retaining walls, and foundations. This latex based formula stops 10 psi of water pressure and reduces radon gas penetration. Fiberlock IAQ 9000 contains an EPA-registered fungicide to help prevent mold from growing on the surface of the cured film. This fast-drying formula may be applied easily with a brush and/or roller on dry surfaces and cleans up easily with soap and water.

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Fiberlock ABC Asbestos Encapsulant | Binding Compound

Fiberlock ABC Asbestos Encapsulant

FEATURES:
• When high costs make asbestos removal an unsuitable choice, you can manage asbestos in-place through encapsulation. ABC Asbestos Binding Compound, our flagship product, is the world's most successful encapsulation solution. This highly effective, industry-standard, high-solids encapsulant meets Environmental Protection Agency guidelines. It's ideal for sealing in asbestos-containing material, as laboratory tests have shown. The EPA recommends you apply two coats for maximum effectiveness. Dilute the first coat with water so it can penetrate and bind the asbestos-containing material. Then apply the second coat at full strength. A-B-C completely encapsulates all fibers beneath a flexible, impact-resistant seal. A-B-C can also be diluted to perform just about any asbestos control task, from encapsulation to pre-removal wetting or room misting to post-removal lockdown of asbestos fibers.

• A-B-C Asbestos Binding Compound is a high solids asbestos encapsulant, designed to encapsulate and seal friable Asbestos Containing Material (ACM) such as fireproofing and insulation materials. A-B-C is an important tool for coping with the health hazards associated with exposure to asbestos fibers. In 1978, A-B-C was tested for the EPA by Battelle Laboratories of Columbus, Ohio, and found to meet the requirements for the effective encapsulation and removal of ACM. In addition,A-B-C received German approval following a thorough evaluation conducted at the University. The high solids, nonflammable composition of A-B-C allows for dilution with water to provide maximum flexibility for specific asbestos abatement needs, including removal/lockdown, penetrating encapsulation and bridging encapsulation. Since 1978, A-B-C has provided exceptional long lasting performance in asbestos abatement worldwide.

• Product No.: 6421 Off-White, 6422 Clear (when dry)

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Fiberlock Fiberset PM | Asbestos Post Removal Lockdown

Fiberlock Fiberset PM | Asbestos Post Removal Lockdown

FEATURES:
• Fiberset PM is a pre-mixed “lockdown” sealing treatment for microscopic residual fibers present after removal of asbestos containing material (ACM). Fiberset PM is a ready-to-use, class “A” fire rated coating that provides a flexible barrier over residual fibers to insure final air clearance. Fiberset PM and Fiberset FT are the only UL® classified (#R13770) lockdowns accepted for fluted, cellular and corrugated deck assemblies. Fiberset PM is compatible with most leading brands of replacement fireproofing and flooring adhesives. Fiberset PM can also be used to penetrate asbestos contaminated soil in crawl spaces. Fiberset PM is water based nontoxic coating which employs advanced 100% acrylic resin technology to extend the life expectancy of airless spray equipment.

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Fiberlock Penewet | Asbestos Wetting Agent

Fiberlock Penewet | Asbestos Wetting Agent

FEATURES:
• Removing crumbly asbestos-containing material (ACM) can send clouds of fibers and dust billowing into the workplace. Spraying with Penewet eliminates the hazard by wetting the ACM and making it safe to handle. A surface treated with Penewet stays wet at least 5 times longer than with competitive products. Its chemically advanced wetting/penetrating/binding action saturates the entire mass of ACM. So it's easy to scrape and bag the damp, ACM mass material without stirring up dangerous asbestos dust..

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Fiberlock Lag Kloth | Asbestos Encapsulant System

Fiberlock Lag Kloth | Asbestos Encapsulant System

FEATURES:
Together, Lag Kloth and Lag Kote II form an asbestos encapsulation system. Lag-Kloth is a woven fabric impregnated with an inorganic adhesive, designed to repair and/or cover existing asbestos insulation on pipes, boilers and breeching. Areas that are repaired or re-covered with Lag-Kloth can be successfully top coated with Lag-Kote®, Lag-Kote II or SerpiMastic for complete encapsulation. The self-contained adhesive in Lag-Kloth is water activated and non-flammable. Lag-Kloth can withstand temperatures up to 600°F. Available in multiple sizes.

• SURFACE PREPARATION: Prior to application it is important to determine if the existing asbestos matrix is well adhered to the substrate. Correct any surface defects and clean all surfaces thoroughly. Be careful not to agitate asbestos fibers during preparation; this could increase asbestos exposure. Locate damaged asbestos containing thermal insulation. Thoroughly remove all dust and dirt that has accumulated on lagging or covering, using a vacuum with a HEPA filter specifically designed to capture hazardous dust and waste or wipe surfaces with a damp cloth. Do not air clean surfaces; this could increase asbestos exposure. Heavy rust should be scraped or wirebrushed from all ferrous metal surfaces or hangers before vacuuming surrounding surfaces. Wetting exposed insulation with Fiberlock’s Penewet wetting agent will help suppress the release of asbestos fibers.
• PRODUCT APPLICATION: Cut Lag-Kloth to appropriate size. Dip LagKloth in water and smooth out excess water (DO NOT WRING OUT). Shape Lag-Kloth to specific area by hand and apply to surface. Overlap loose ends of Lag-Kloth to ensure complete coverage. Allow Lag-Kloth to dry before applying Lag-Kote or Lag-Kote II.
• DRYING TIME @ 70°F 50% R.H:
Hot insulation - 2-4 hours
Cold insulation- 8-12 hours
• CLEANUP: Tools and drippings should be cleaned with warm soapy water before adhesive dries. Dispose of all waste according to current local, state and federal regulations.

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Fiberlock Lag Kote II | Asbestos Encapsulant System

Fiberlock Lag Kote II | Asbestos Encapsulant

FEATURES:
Together, Lag Kloth and Lag Kote II form an asbestos encapsulation system. Lag-Kote II is a thick bridging encapsulant/sealant specifically formulated for application over interior friable Asbestos Containing Material (ACM). It is ideally suited to encapsulate interior pipe lagging, boiler jackets, breeching and other components of heating and ventilation systems. If those are in disrepair, they must first be coverd with Lag Kloth. Its thick body minimizes dripping, cleanup and product waste while providing a smooth, washable, aesthetically superior finish that will provide years of protection. Lag-Kote II is a flexible coating that can be applied over galvanized metal, wood, masonry or other sound surfaces to prevent the release of harmful asbestos fibers.

• SURFACE REPAIRS & CLEANING: Lagging that is torn, ruptured or delaminated should be repaired with patching cement or Lag Kloth Water-Activated Repair Cloth. Lag Kloth should be dipped in water and applied to the asbestos containing material. Upon completion of repairs, prepare the surface for the application of Lag-Kote II. Thoroughly remove all dust and dirt that has accumulated on lagging or covering, use a vacuum with a HEPA filter specifically designed to capture hazardous dust and waste or wipe surfaces with a damp cloth. Do not air clean surfaces; this could increase asbestos exposure.
• MIXING: Lag-Kote II may be diluted by adding up to 10% water. Prior to application, stir Lag-Kote II thoroughly to achieve a uniform consistency. Lag Kote II can be tinted to pastel colors.
• PRODUCT APPLICATION: Select a brush, roller or painter’s mitt for convenient application to the ACM. Apply 1-2 coats of Lag-Kote II to the desired film thickness. Minimum film thickness may vary with desired results and type of application.
• COVERAGE:
Smooth Surfaces: 125-175 sq. ft. per gallon
Porous Surfaces: 75-100 sq. ft. per gallon
• DRYING TIME @ 70°F 50% R.H:
To Touch – 1-2 hours
Recoat – 8-16 hours
• CLEANUP: Tools and drippings should be cleaned with warm soapy water before coating dries. Follow equipment manufacturer’s directions to clean spray equipment. Dispose of all waste according to current local, state, and federal regulations.

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Fiberlock Pirahna 4 | Lead Paint Stripper

Fiberlock Piranha 4 | Lead Paint Stripper

FEATURES:
Piranha 4 is a solvent-based gel formulated to remove multiple layers of paint. Piranha 4 starts removing most paints and stubborn coatings in less than one hour, without the use of chlorinated solvents, caustics or methylene chloride. The gel formulation yields maximum coverage per gallon and has excellent resistance to sagging, enabling it to cling to vertical and overhead surfaces. Piranha 4 has a very slow rate of evaporation keeping it active for hours. Piranha 4 is a unique solvent formulation ideally suited for paint removal from historically significant architectural components since it does not discolor or raise wood grain or require neutralization. Piranha 4 can be used on virtually any substrate to remove oil-based paints, latex paints, elastomeric paints, cementitious asbestos paints, epoxies and urethanes.

• PRECAUTIONS: Protect all surfaces not being stripped with polyethylene sheeting. For interior use, open windows and doors or use other means to assure a constant supply of fresh moving air during use. Ideal working temperature is between 65-85°F; not recommended when substrate temperature is below 60°F. Avoid direct sunlight. If stripping lead paint, wear a NIOSH approved respirator to control exposure. Contact the EPA Lead information hotline to make sure you understand the necessary risks and precautions.
• PRODUCT APPLICATION: For best results, perform a test patch to determine the appropriate dwell time required to remove the existing paint system. The length of time required to remove a paint system is dependent on the application temperature, and the thickness and type of paint being stripped. If Piranha 4 is to be left for an extended period of time, cover with polyethylene sheeting. Piranha 4 can be applied using a brush, roller or airless sprayer.
• COVERAGE: Smooth Surfaces: 125 square ft per gallon. Porous Surfaces: 50-100 square ft per gallon.
• CLEANUP: Clean tools and drippings with warm soapy water. Collect all waste in a plastic bag or drum. Properly dispose of waste and wastewater in accordance with Local, State and Federal regulations. Keep container closed when not in use. If practical, filter wastewater in accordance with a federally or locally accepted method to minimize the amount of waste which must be disposed of as hazardous. If removing lead paint, clean up with a wet mop or HEPA vacuum and a NIOSH approved respirator. Contact the EPA Lead information hotline to make sure you understand the necessary risks and precautions.

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Fiberlock L-B-C Lead Barrier Compound | Lead Paint Encapsulant

L-B-C Lead Barrier Compound / Encapsulant 5801

2 Gallon Pail & 5 Gallon Pail

FEATURES:
• L-B-C is a high-solids, elastomeric-thermoplastic, water-based copolymer that meets or exceeds all projected federal, state and local standards for lead-based paint encapsulants. Blended specifically to form a durable and flexible encapsulant barrier between lead-based pain and the environment, L-B-C has been independently tested to the ASTM E-1795 requirements for Category III (Type III - Interior/Exterior) encapsulants. E-1795 is the principle performance standard required, adopted and/or incorporated by reference into lead paint abatement rules and regulations at the federal, state and local levels. L-B-C has been certified by Massachusetts (No. DL-12362), authorized by the states of Connecticut, Ohio, New York, Maryland, Minnesota, and Colorado. L-B-C is accepted for use in all 50 states. L-B-C has also been classified by Underwriters Laboratories (UL®). L-B-C is environmentally friendly and complies with all federal and state VOC requirements.

L-B-C contains Bitrex®, a bitter tasting, non toxic, anti-ingestant to discourage oral contact with lead paint. The required minimum 7 mil dry film thickness of L-B-C offers unparalleled interior and exterior coverage and economics. In addition, the lower film thickness reduces stress on the existing paint system and maintains architectural detail.

L-B-C can be successfully applied to the proper thickness in one application with most major brands or airless spray equipment. L-B-C can also be applied by brush or roller. L-B-C Type III can be used for application with surface temperatures as low as 38 °F.

Percent Solids: 62 ±2% by weight Volatile Principally water
Average Particle Size: 0.2 microns
Weight: at 78°F 11.5 ±0.3 lbs/gal
Viscosity: at 78°F 105 - 130 KU
Flash Point: Noncombustible (Water-based)
Minimum Shelf Life: at 78°F 36 months
Finish: Eggshell 60° spec. gloss: 4 ±1 85° spec. gloss: 3 ±1
Drying time: at 78°F To touch: 1-2 hours Additional coats/topcoat: 8-16 hours Full cure: 30 days

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Fiberlock Lead Shield | Post Removal Lockdown Sealant

Fiberlock Lead Shield | Post Removal Lockdown Sealant

FEATURES:
• In lead paint abatement, the two major choices are encapsulation, for which you would use LBC Lead Barrier Compound, removal, for which you would use a lead paint stripper and lock down the remain particles. This is what Lead Shield is for - it locks down the remaining particles after removal. Lead Shield is a water-based 100% acrylic lockdown with a dual purpose: Lead Shield binds residual lead based paint and dust present after removal, and accepts most topical coatings. It can be used on interior or exterior surfaces but should not be used as a substitute for encapsulation.

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Fiberlock Lead Dust Wipes | TSP Cleaner

Fiberlock Lead Dust Wipes | TSP Cleaner

FEATURES:
• After lead paint stripping, small particles of lead dust will remain. To prepare surfaces for finish coating, wipe dust, dirt, grease and other surface contaminants away with Lead Safe wipes. Lead Safe wipes are conveniently packaged towelettes presoaked in a tri-sodium phosphate (TSP) solution to aid in surface preparation and cleaning. To prepare surfaces for finish coating, wipe dust, dirt, grease and other surface contaminants away with Lead Safe wipes. Lead Safe wipes are conveniently packaged towelettes presoaked in a tri-sodium phosphate (TSP) solution to aid in surface preparation and cleaning. They are sold as a canister of wipes.

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Fosters 40-20 Fugicidal Protective Coating

Fosters 40-20 Fugicidal Protective Coating

FEATURES:
• Foster® 40-20™ Fungicidal Protective Coating is a polyacrylate copolymer emulsion specifically formulated for long-term fungicidal activity, with no loss of activity on aging. It is formulated to effectively prevent the spread of molds and odor-causing bacteria on its surface. It provides a tough, elastic, decorative finish that allows for movement without splitting to create lodging places for bacteria. FOSTER Fungicidal Protective Coating provides a cost effective decorative finish resistant to many industrial chemicals, together with long-lasting protection. It can be used on walls, ceilings, pipes, interior and exterior surfaces of HVAC duct systems, and wherever effective controls are essential. FOSTER Fungicidal Protective Coating guards against the regrowth and spread of odor-causing bacteria and molds on the surface of the coated HVAC system or its treated components only. As a result, the building occupants may enjoy a work space free of the odor problems often associated with contaminated HVAC duct systems.

PROPERTIES:
COLOR: White
APPLICATION CONSISTENCY: Brush or Airless Spray
AVERAGE WEIGHT / U.S. GALLON (ASTM D 1475): 11.9 lbs. (1.36 kg/l)
AVERAGE NON-VOLATILE (ASTM D 2369): 58% by volume
COVERAGE RANGE: Wet coverages shown are for smooth, non-porous surfaces. Porous or rough surfaces may require higher gallonage to obtain required thickness. 1.25 gal./100 sq. ft. (0.51 l/m2) 0.020 in. wet thickness (0.51 mm) 0.011 in. dry thickness (0.27 mm)
DRYING TIME (ASTM D 1640): Set to Touch: 4 hours Dry Through: 16 hours
WATER VAPOR PERMEANCE (ASTM F 1249): Tested at 90% R.H. differential and 100°F (38°C) 6.0 perms at 0.011 in. (4.0 metric perms at 0.28mm)
SERVICE TEMPERATURE LIMITS (FSTM 70): (Temperature at coated surface)
-20°F to 200°F (-29°C to 93°C)
SAFETY: Wet Flammability (ASTM D 3278 No Flash to Boiling 210°F (99°C)

SURFACE BURNING CHARACTERISTICS:
(ASTM E 84): Flame Spread: 15 Smoke Developed: 5 Tested at a coverage rate of 80 square feet per gallon (1.96 m2/liter). Applied to inorganic reinforced cement board. The flame spread may vary at different product thicknesses and/or when applied over other surfaces.
Foster Fungicidal Protective Coating meets NFPA 90A and 90B 25/50 requirements.

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