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Product Testing Results Summary

Si
-
COAT 529

Test

Description

Requirements

Results

Tests Conducted by Nelson Testing Laboratories

ASTM D7089

Standard Practice for Determination of the

Effectiveness of Anti
-
Graffiti Coating for
use on Concrete, Masonry and Natural
Stone Surfaces by Pressure Washing


This practice covers a
basic method for
evaluating the performance of anti
-
graffiti
products

on mineral building substrates
by a series of

increasingly abrasive
cleaning methods.
The anti
-
graffiti
materials are a
pplied to a series of
concrete,
masonry and natural
stone
specimens for evaluation. Graffiti
resis
tance is based on how a defined set
of markings are
removed by a desig
nated
set of c
leaning techniques.


Cleanability 1

-

G
raffiti completely
removed with
high
-
pressure cold
water wash


Cleanability 2
-

G
raffiti completely
removed with
co
mmercial based
graffiti remover
and high
-
pressure cold water wash


Cleanability 3
-

G
raffiti completel
y
removed with
high
-
pressure hot
water wash


Cleanability 4
-

G
raffiti completely
removed with
a sodium
bicarbonate pressure wash


Cleanability 1


Graffiti completely
removed with high
-
pressure cold water
wash o
n all 3 test
panels with 1200 psi
water pres
sure.
Removed Solvent
-
based markers and
spray paints (black,
blue and red)

ASTM D7089 in Conjunction with ASTM D4587


Standard Practice for Determination of the
Effectiveness of Anti
-
Graffiti Coating for
use on Concrete, Masonry and Natural
Stone
Surfaces by Pressure Washing


Practice is the same as described above,
however in this instance this test was
performed after simulated weather
exposure.


In conjunction with:


Practice for Fluorescent UV
-
Condensation
Exposures of Paint and Related
Coatings


Accelerated exposure was simulated in
accordance with ASTM D4587.
This
practice covers the s
election of test
conditions for accelerated exposure
testing of
c
oatings and related products in
fluorescent UV and condensat
ion devices
conducted accord
ing
to Practices
G151
and
G154
.



Cleanability 1

-

G
raffiti completely
removed with
high
-
pressure cold
water wash


Cleanability 2
-

G
raffiti completely
removed with
co
mmercial based
graffiti remover
and high
-
pressure cold water wash


Cleanability 3
-

G
raffiti completely
removed with
high
-
pressure hot
water wash


Cleanability 4
-

G
raffiti completely
removed with
a sodium
bicarbonate pressure wash


Cleanability 1


Graffiti completely
removed with high
-
pressure cold water
wash o
n all 3 test
panels with 12
00 psi
water pressure.
Removed spray
paints (black, blue
and red)



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144 Woodlawn Road West, Guelph, ON, Canada N1H 1B5 | T +1
519.836.9044 | F +1 519.836.9069 | E info@cslsilicones.com

www.cslsilicones.com



Test

Description

Requirements

Results

Tests Conducted by Nelson Testing Laboratories (Continued)

ASTM D 6578

Standard Practice for
Determination of Graffiti
Resistance


This practice
cover
s a basic
method for evaluating
graffiti
resistance of coatin
gs, and use of
this practice to
evaluate graffiti
resistance of coati
ngs after
outdoor or laboratory
accelerated
exposure (eithe
r prior to or after
graffiti is applied). Graffiti
resistance
i
s based on how a
defined set of
markings is removed
by a defined set of cleaning agents.


In this case graffiti was applied
after weathering.


Cleanable with a dry rag = 10


Cleanable with detergent = 9


Cleanable with IPA = 8


Cleanable with mineral
spirits = 7


Cleanable with xylene = 6


Cleanable with MEK = 5


Not cleanable, gloss loss = 4


Not cleanable, slight shadow = 3


Not cleanable, heavy shadow = 2


Not cleanable, shadow and gloss
loss = 1


Solvent
-
Based Blue Marker
7
-

Cleanable with Mineral

Spirits


Solvent
-
Based Acrylic Red
Spray Paint 6
-

Cleanable
with Xylene


Solvent
-
Based Alkyd Red
Spray Paint 7
-

Cleanable
with Mineral Spirits


Wax Blue Crayon 9
-

Cleanable with Detergent


Ballpoint Ink 9
-

Cleanable
with Detergent


Water
-
Based Black
Marker
8
-

Cleanable with
Isopropyl Alcohol


GRAFFITI RESISTANCE
SCORE 7.6


ASTM D1640 Section 7.2 and 7.7


Standard Test Methods for Drying,
Curing, or Film Formation of
Organic Coatings at Room
Temperature


These test methods

cover the
determination of the
various stages
and rates of
film formation in the
drying or curing of organic
coatings no
rmally used under
conditions of
ambient room
temperature.


7.2

-

Set
-
To
-
Touch Time
, 7.7
-

Dry
-
Through (or Dry
-
To
-
Handle) Time



Reporte
d Value of Set to Touch
Time (min)


(60 min at standard conditions 25
°
C and 50% relative humidity


10
mils wet film thickness)


52 min (25
°
C


3 mil wet
film thickness)


Reported Value of Dry Through
Time (min)


(4 to 6 hours at standard
conditions 25
°
C and 50% relative
humidity


10 mils wet film
thickness)


86 min (25
°
C


3 mil wet
film thickness)




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144 Woodlawn Road West, Guelph, ON, Canada N1H 1B5 | T +1
519.836.9044 | F +1 519.836.9069 | E info@cslsilicones.com

www.cslsilicones.com



Test

Description

Requirements

Results

Tests Conducted by RINKO & Associates, LLC


Advanced Analytical
Chemistry & Material Engineering

ASTM D3960


Standard Practice for
Determining
Volatile Or
ganic Compound (VOC)
Content of
Paints and Related
Coatings


This practice measure
s the volatile
organic compound
(VOC) content of
solvent bo
rne and waterborne paints
and
related coatings as determine
d
from the quantity of material
released from a sample unde
r
specified bake conditions and
subtracting exempt volatile
compounds and water if present.


Manufacturer reported value of
Volatile
Organic Compounds


(269
.1

g/L)


283 g/L

Tests Conducted by PRI Construction Materials Technologies

ASTM D6904

Standard Practice for Resistance to
Wind
-
Driven Rain for Exterior
Coatings Applied to Masonry.


This practice is for the evalua
tion of
the ability of
co
atings to resist the
passage of water through masonry
block when
exposed to water spray
and air pressure.

Average weight gain of 3
specimens shall be less than 3.2
Oz.

0.24 Oz.

No Visible Water Leaks

Pass (No visible water)

ASTM D1653 (Wet Cup
Method)

Standard Test Method for Water
Vapor Transmission of Organic
Coating Films.


These test methods cover the
determination of the rate at
which
water vapor

passes through films of
paint, varnish,
lacquer, and other
organic coatin
gs. The films may be
free films
o
r they may be applied to
porous
substrates.


Manufacturer reported value of
Water Vapor Transmission (WVT
in








)


(Not reported)


3.4









Manufacturer reported value of
Perm Rating
(in Perms)


(Not Reported)


8.4

Perms





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144 Woodlawn Road West, Guelph, ON, Canada N1H 1B5 | T +1
519.836.9044 | F +1 519.836.9069 | E info@cslsilicones.com

www.cslsilicones.com



Test

Description

Requirements

Results

Tests Conducted by PRI Construction Materials Technologies

ASTM D412

Standard Test Methods for Vulcanized
Rubber and Thermoplastic Elastomers
-
Tension.


Thes
e test methods cover procedures used
to evaluate the tensile (tension)
pro
perties
of vulcanized thermoset rubbers
and
thermoplastic elastomers.

Manufacturer reported
value of Tensile Strength
(psi)


(240 psi)

539.5

psi

Manufacturer reported
value of
Elongation (%)


(180 %)

422.0

%

ASTM D2697

Standard Test Method for Volume Non
-
volatile Matter in Clear or Pigmented
Coatings


Thi
s test method is believed to be
applicable to the determination of the
volume of
non
-
volatile matter of a variety
of
coatings.

Manufacturer reported
value of Volume Solids (%)


(Not Reported)

62.9

%

Manufacturer reported
value of Density (lb/gal)


(10.0 lb/gal)

9.8

lb/gal