60-60A Thermal Barrier

Introduction

60-60A has met the criteria for use as a 15-minute thermal barrier on Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF). No. 60-60A is a low VOC, water-based intumescent coating that dries to a flat finish. 60-60A was subjected to flammability testing per NFPA 286 and successfully met the criteria listed in the 2006, 2009, 2012, and 2015 International Building Code (IBC) and International Residential Code (IRC) 60-60A is approved for use as an alternative thermal barrier per IBC Section 2603.9/IRC R316.6 60-60A is AC-456 Compliant.

60-60A should be applied in a single coat, and does not require a primer.  These features make 60-60A the easiest to use, fastest to apply thermal barrier available on the market.  

Contact Us today to learn how 60-60A is the right Thermal Barrier Coating for your next Spray Polyurethane Foam job. 60-60a is available in standard white. Black is also available but may require a lead time based on availability.

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60-60A Documentation

Product Data Sheet

Safety Data Sheet

Evaluation Report ER-596 (Update Coming Soon)

Thermal Barriers & Ignition Barriers-SPFA 126 

Testing Matrix

Foam Brand Type Wet Mils Sqft/gal
BASF 158 CC 20 80
Carlisle SEALTITE OCX OCX 20 80
Carlisle QUADFOAM 2.0 CC 20 80
Demilec Heatlok HFO CC 18 89
Demilec Heatlok HFO High Lift CC 18 89
Lapolla FL 2000 CC 20 80
Rhino Linings ThermalGuard 0.5 OC 14 115
Rhino Linings ThermalGuard 2.0 CC 14 115
SWD QS112 CC 20 80
SWD QS118 CC 20 80
Victory Polymers Superlift CC 18 89
Victory Polymers Superyield CC 18 89

Application Instructions

Apply 60-60A according to the manufacturer’s written instructions. Use applicators and techniques best suited to the type of foam being applied. Do not paint over dirt, rust, scale, grease, moisture, scuffed surfaces, or conditions detrimental to forming a durable paint film. Paint surfaces behind movable equipment and furniture the same as similar exposed surfaces.

60-60A may be applied in a single coat. 60-60A will resist sagging and dripping when applied at thicknesses up to 35 mils WFT.

Mil thickness and coverage rates will vary from 14 wet mils at 115 square feet per gallon to 20 wet mils at 80 square feet per gallon. Check ER-596 for the correct mil thickness and square feet per gallon. The medallion method was utilized during testing to measure dry film thickness. Actual coverage rates will vary based on surface texture, overspray, and transfer losses. Please allow a minimum of 5-10% overspray and loss rate when estimating and applying the coating. The application rate should be adjusted for surface texture, overspray, and miscellaneous losses. Refer to SPFA-121 “Spray Polyurethane Foam Estimating Reference Guide” for specific determination methods.

The use of an overlapping technique is recommended to ensure that a uniform amount of coating is applied onto the foam surface. The applicator should adjust the spray pattern and technique so that each application stroke overlaps by 30%

Checklist Before You Start:

  • ✓ Humidity – Is the relative humidity less than 65%?
  • ✓ Consistency – Are the contents thoroughly mixed?
  • ✓ Surface – Are all substrates clean, dry and sound?
  • ✓ Measurement – Wet film gauge on-site?
  • ✓ Need help – Call 713-668-4291
  • ✓ Correct spray tips – 525-527 recommended
  • ✓ Airless sprayer with minimum .07 GPM
  • ✓ Power drill & mixer of appropriate size
  • ✓ Work lights for tight areas

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