COATINGS & CEMENTS
roof restoration including seam reinforcement and coating with
Lucas #6000 Universal™
Thermoplastic Roof Coating
Elastomeric coating provide superior moisture resistance and offer much
lower water vapor transition than water-based elastomeric coatings.
Highly impermeable coatings prevent penetration by moisture and
necessary for rust development and growth. This characteristic is of
great advantage in metal roof coatings. Solvent-based coatings will
not freeze and provide the applicator with a longer working season and
less risk of wash-off or humidity related curing issues. Certain products
may even be applied to wet and under water surfaces.
These materials also
provide the ability to pigment coatings in a variety of colors
including a cool reflective white. Reflective white cool
roof coatings reflect heat away from buildings which results in reduced
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Roof Cement is an all-purpose, all-weather patching and flashing cement
for asphalt, modified bitumen, metal, EPDM, Hypalon and TPO roofs.
It's available in black or white. Both colors are packaged in 1,
3, and 5 gallon pails as well as 10 oz. caulk tubes.
Thermoplastic Roof Coating is a solvent-borne polymeric coating
intended for restoring metal, TPO, Hypalon and concrete roofs. Lucas
#5000 is Energy Star rated, Carries a UL Class A fire rating and is Florida
Building Code and Miami Dade Approved.
Metal Roof Base Coating is a solvent-borne polymeric base
coating normally applied before application of #5000.
Seam Sealer is available in three grades; Gun Grade (G), Mastic (M) and
Gun Grade is a pumpable liquid sealer designed to be applied with a wand,
Mastic is an intermediate viscosity designed for manual application to
seams and fasteners and Self-Leveling is a grade designed to seal
fasteners without tooling. #5500 is used to patch and repair metal roofs prior to coating with #5100
and #5000 as well as to repair those roofs later in their life cycle.
saving Double Barrel Seaming Wand for use with Lucas #5500G Seam
Sealer. Insures even coverage and reduces waste.
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Clear Brushable Sealer is a solvent based elastomeric
sealant for skylights, gutters and other architectural metal details
Roof Coating is a solvent-based
Terpolymer coating intended for the repair and restoration of
asphalt, modified bitumen, metal,
(CSPE), PIB and EPDM roofs.
Skins over in minutes and cures completely in a few hours.
Won’t wash off or pick up debris.
Lucas #6000 is available in Energy Star white and custom colors.
When Installed in white, #6000 will reduce the roof’s surface
temperature which reduces stress from daily heat cycles.
It will also reduce the heat gain in the building’s interior, any
associated air-conditioning costs and increase the efficiency of roof
mounted air-conditioning condensers.
Lucas #6000 mailer.
Universal Rust Inhibitor is a rust inhibiting primer for use with #5000
Flashing Cement is a solvent-based
intended for the repair of asphalt, modified bitumen, metal,
(CSPE), PIB and EPDM roofs.
strong and elastic. High elongation and tensile strength insure
performance under conditions that will cause asphalt based cements to
Unique surface active additives allow application to wet or
Lucas #6900 Universal™ Clear Sealant -
Microfiber Reinforced is a
high-performance, multipurpose thermoplastic elastomer based sealant.
Excellent adhesion to most roof surfaces including: metal, Kynar®,
asphalt, shingles, modified bitumen, EPDM, TPO, Elvaloy/PVC, Hypalon,
vinyl, fiber cement, wood, concrete, tile, masonry, glass. #6900 is
clear and will not stain when applied over asphalt products, including
shingles, when applied at the recommended rate of application. Use to
seal gutters, flashings and penetrations on all types of roofs. Ideal
for residential roofing applications where appearance is important.
Lucas #6900 Universal™ Clear Sealant - Non-Fibrated.
Same as #6900 but no microfiber.
The dew point is the point at
which moisture in the air condenses into liquid water. Many Lucas
coatings require a dry surface. Surfaces may appear dry but moisture
will condense as the coating is applied because the application of
coating will often lower the surface temperature of the roof surface at
the point of application causing liquid water droplets to be trapped
under or encapsulated in the coating. Please refer to this table for
more information. DewPoint