Is a solvent-based terpolymer coating intended for the repair and restoration of asphalt, modified bitumen, metal, Kynar®, TPO, Hypalon® (CSPE) and PIB roofs. Extremely fast drying. Skins over in minutes and cures completely in a few hours. Will not wash off or pick up debris. Available in four colors: White, Black, Gray, Dark Gray
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Features & Benefits
- Only available 8 colors
- Apply with spray, roller or brush
- Can be applied to multiple substrates
- Not recommended over PVC or EPDM
- Solvent base drying time can be affected by temperature or humidity
- Can re-coat in 4-6 hours
- Up to 15 year system warranty available on metal only
Does this product have an odor?
Yes, due to the solvents this product has a strong odor.
What color options are available?
SEBS Base Coat – Base Gray
SEBS+ Roof Coating – White, Black, Gray, Dark Gray
SEBS 1 – Terpolymer Sealant: White, Black, Gray, Dark Gray, Clay, Sandstone, Wicker/Tan, Medium Bronze, Musket Brown, Royal Brown, Bronze & Aluminum.
What is the difference between SEBS and SEBS+?
SEBS Roof Coating is not recommended over existing EAC, PVC and EPDM to where SEBS+ can be used over multiple substrates. SEBS+ flashes off faster while preventing and guarding against bleed through and rust. SEBS+ is available in colors other than white. SEBS+ does not use SEBS Base Coat.
How are SEBS and SEBS+ Roof Coatings applied?
Both roof coatings may be sprayed or roller applied. If sprayed, please reference the Mule-Hide Product Data Sheets for recommended equipment.
Can SEBS be used on containerized structures without a primer?
SEBS Roof Coating may be applied to COR-TEN® or other weathered steel containers. If applying indoors, appropriate ventilation is required. However, if rust is present, SEBS Primer is required.
Is SEBS Roof Coating VOC compliant?
SEBS Roof Coating is currently acceptable across the US with the exception of Southern California.