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Sustainable roofing system that saves expensive
removal and disposal.
10 yr. extendable warranty available for roofs.
Surfaces must be cleaned free of grease, oil, films
, dust, or any other contaminants. All roof
surfaces must be pressure-washed to remove any barr
ier films. Metal must be free of mill scale,
oils, rust, etc. Hard-finished concrete should be
etched to provide profile (or “tooth”) for optimal
adhesion. These preparation procedures are general
guidelines. Consult AES technicians for
further details or special preparation procedures.
Roofing specifications are also available for
various substrates. Detailed preparation methods a
re available through SSPC at
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The mixing of parts A & B is very important!
AES-100 has a mixing ratio of 4 parts “B” to 1
part “A”. Use a power mixer to thoroughly combine
both parts. Mix for at least
Allow idle activation time for at least ten (10) mi
AES-100 can be applied by air-less spray equipment,
brush, or roller at approximately 100-sq. ft.
per gallon. Surface configuration, weather, or are
a surroundings may dictate application method.
A two-coat application is recommended to help insur
e complete protection. Surfaces subject to
significant movement or other difficult conditions
may require heavier applications and the use
of Poly-lace. All transitions of surface materials
should be covered with AES-100 and Poly-lace
fabric. All penetrations should be sealed with AES-
Apply only when air temperature is 37° F and rising
with no forecasted freeze or snow for a
minimum of 48 hours.
Dry Film Application Rate:
To yield dry film of: Apply Sq. Ft/gallon:
13 mils 100 Sq. Ft.
6.5 mils 200 Sq. Ft.
apply product heavier than 24 wet mils per coat. I
f more is needed, apply in multiple
coats. Allow AES-100 to become tack-free before app
lying additional coats or approximately 8
hrs at 80ºF.