Paint - EF Series Low Temperature Waterborne Traffic - Wolverine Waterborne Cold Weather - Pail
Brand Ennis Paint
Paint - EF Series?ÿLow Temperature Waterborne Traffic -?ÿWolverine Waterborne Cold Weather - Pail
A user friendly, high solids, fast drying waterborne traffic paint suitable for application by airless or air atomized equipment at film thicknesses between 10 and 15 mils at surface and air temperatures down to 35 ?ø F and rising. May be used to stripe roadways, airports and parking lots with or without pressure applied glass beads. It offers all of the benefits of a water reducible paint, and quickly dries to a no track condition. This paint meets the performance of TT-P- 1952F Type I and II.
Non-flammable and below 150 VOC
Product reduces and cleans up with water
Performs equally well on both asphalt and concrete
May be applied down to 35?ø F with proper cure
Excellent bead retention
Keeps traffic control to a minimum when striping
Can be used for symbols, legends and lane marking
This paint is available in 5 gallon pails, 55 gallon drums and 275 gallon totes. Other packaging available on request.
Shelf life of the unopened product is 6 to 9 months from date of manufacture with proper storage and minimal agitation. Proper storage includes inside or covered, above 35?ø F (3?ø C), and out of direct sunlight. Outside storage for short intervals is acceptable.
Conditions for Application:
All surfaces must be clean, dry and free from oil, grease, antifreeze, loose sand, aggregate and chipping/peeling existing striping. Any curing compounds used on new concrete must be mechanically abraded off prior to striping. When striping on freshly sealed surfaces use caution as some sealers can affect the curing and adhesion of traffic paint. When in doubt, always test adhesion. For complete drying and minimum dirt retention when striping parking lots, the lots should be closed to traffic for two hours minimum after painting. New asphalt and concrete should be allowed to cure for a minimum of 14 days to maximize adhesion and durability.
1 gallon yields 320 feet of 4ƒ?� stripe @ 15 mils; 400 feet of 4ƒ?� stripe @ 12mils.