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A division of the Jones-Blair Corporation<br />“GREEN”STRENGTH <br />IN TODAY’S ROOFING<br />
A division of the Jones-Blair Corporation<br />NEOGARD®CREDENTIALS:<br /><ul><li>World’s leading producer of Elastomeric C...
45-year history as the innovators in Polymeric Coating Technology, and 75 years in the Coating Industry
An international network of Licensed Applicators plus Performance Based Contractors
Bio-Based Roof Coating Membrane Systems Available (20% soy product)</li></ul>		- Listed on USDA  website:  www.biopreferre...
UL Class “A” Fire Rated
Recognized by Factory Mutual
LEED Friendly
Miami Dade County Approved
Member of U.S. Green Building Council
CRRC
Energy Star rated	</li></li></ul><li>A division of the Jones-Blair Corporation<br />WHAT IS A COOL ROOF<br />ROOFING DEMOG...
~53% are Asphaltic BUR and </li></ul>      Modified Bitumen<br /><ul><li>~27% are EPDM
Cool Roofs absorb less than 35% of solar energy striking the roof
Compared to “traditional” dark roofs absorbing 70% or more of the solar energy
Results in reduced heat transfer into building, reducing cooling costs</li></ul>Traditional Dark Roof Absorbs<br />70% mor...
A division of the Jones-Blair Corporation<br />Why are Cool Roofs Cool?....................<br /><ul><li>Simple Science – ...
   Most “Traditional” dark-colored roofs absorb 70% or more of the </li></ul>       solar   energy striking   them – resul...
ENERGY STAR® is a government (EPA/DOE) backed program helping businesses and individuals protect the environment through s...
65% Initial
50% Aged (+3 years – actual)
NEOGARD®  White Coatings:
Acrylic
Initial:  74% Aged: 68%
Silicone
Initial: 75%  Aged: 75%
Polyurethane (7443)
Initial:  76% Aged 76%
Polyurethane (70613)
Initial:  77% Aged: 63%</li></ul>Emissivity<br />Emittance of a Roof is the Percent of Solar Energy Radiated from the Mate...
The higher the %, the better
LEED Green Building Rating System specifies Emittance at least 90%
NEOGARD® White Roof Coatings EXCEED LEED Emissivity Requirements.
LEED Combines ENERGY STAR®  Reflectance Requirements with +90% Emittance
NEOGARD®  White Coatings Emittance:
Acrylic – 94%
Silicone – 93%
Polyurethane (7443) – 95%
Polyurethane (70613) – 95%</li></li></ul><li>MATERIALS & RESOURCES<br />FACTS TO CONSIDER:<br />Buildings in the United St...
Nearly ½ of all Energy Consumption
15 trillion gallons per year for all potable water
136 million tons of building-related construction and demolition in a single year is generated
Buildings use 40% of all raw materials globally (3 billion tons annually)
$40 billion is spent annually to air condition buildings in the US
Electrical loads are increasing faster than Generating Capacity
Natural Gas & Electrical Costs are increasing
½ of the US population live in Heat Islands
Energy Costs increase</li></ul>Indirect Costs include:<br /><ul><li>Health related costs (smog)
Cost of Roofing Materials
Premature Failures
Landfills Filling Up
Extending the life of an existing building by conserving natural resources, qualifies for credit in the Material and Resou...
URBAN HEAT ISLANDS<br />The use of dark, non-reflective surfaces for parking, roofs, walkways and other surfaces contribut...
SUSTAINABLE/ECONOMICAL ROOFING<br />DIRECT BOND<br />What if there was a way to………..<br /><ul><li>Double or Triple a Roof’...
Reduce Energy Consumption by 15% or more?
Reduce Electrical Bills by 20% or more?
Reduce Roof Waste to Landfills by a 1/3 or more?
Protect Membrane, Bitumen, Metal & Concrete Roofs?
Improves bottom line by reducing waste and costs.
Resource and re-use of existing materials
Improves top line by providing new sources of revenues
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  1. 1. A division of the Jones-Blair Corporation<br />“GREEN”STRENGTH <br />IN TODAY’S ROOFING<br />
  2. 2. A division of the Jones-Blair Corporation<br />NEOGARD®CREDENTIALS:<br /><ul><li>World’s leading producer of Elastomeric Coating Membrane for construction
  3. 3. 45-year history as the innovators in Polymeric Coating Technology, and 75 years in the Coating Industry
  4. 4. An international network of Licensed Applicators plus Performance Based Contractors
  5. 5. Bio-Based Roof Coating Membrane Systems Available (20% soy product)</li></ul> - Listed on USDA website: www.biopreferred.gov<br /><ul><li>International Standard ISO 9001:2000
  6. 6. UL Class “A” Fire Rated
  7. 7. Recognized by Factory Mutual
  8. 8. LEED Friendly
  9. 9. Miami Dade County Approved
  10. 10. Member of U.S. Green Building Council
  11. 11. CRRC
  12. 12. Energy Star rated </li></li></ul><li>A division of the Jones-Blair Corporation<br />WHAT IS A COOL ROOF<br />ROOFING DEMOGRAPHICS<br /><ul><li>80% of Low-Slope Roofs are BLACK
  13. 13. ~53% are Asphaltic BUR and </li></ul> Modified Bitumen<br /><ul><li>~27% are EPDM
  14. 14. Cool Roofs absorb less than 35% of solar energy striking the roof
  15. 15. Compared to “traditional” dark roofs absorbing 70% or more of the solar energy
  16. 16. Results in reduced heat transfer into building, reducing cooling costs</li></ul>Traditional Dark Roof Absorbs<br />70% more Solar Energy<br />Reflective White Cool Roofs C<br />Can be %0* to 60*F Cooler<br />
  17. 17. A division of the Jones-Blair Corporation<br />Why are Cool Roofs Cool?....................<br /><ul><li>Simple Science – dark materials absorb more heat than light materials
  18. 18. Most “Traditional” dark-colored roofs absorb 70% or more of the </li></ul> solar energy striking them – resulting in peak roof temperatures of 150* <br /> to 190* F.<br /><ul><li> By comparison – a white, reflective cool roof will be 50* to 60*F cooler </li></ul> on hot days.<br /><ul><li> The resulting reduction of heat transfer into the air-conditioned </li></ul> spaces below can decrease cooling costs by 20% on average.<br />
  19. 19. ENERGY STAR® is a government (EPA/DOE) backed program helping businesses and individuals protect the environment through superior energy efficiency.<br />Reflectivity<br />Solar Reflectance of a Roof is defined as the percentage of solar energy Reflected by the roof’s surface.<br />NEOGARD® White Roof Coating Membranes are ENERGY STAR® compliant. <br /><ul><li>ENERGY STAR® Reflectance Requirements:
  20. 20. 65% Initial
  21. 21. 50% Aged (+3 years – actual)
  22. 22. NEOGARD® White Coatings:
  23. 23. Acrylic
  24. 24. Initial: 74% Aged: 68%
  25. 25. Silicone
  26. 26. Initial: 75% Aged: 75%
  27. 27. Polyurethane (7443)
  28. 28. Initial: 76% Aged 76%
  29. 29. Polyurethane (70613)
  30. 30. Initial: 77% Aged: 63%</li></ul>Emissivity<br />Emittance of a Roof is the Percent of Solar Energy Radiated from the Material (how much of the absorbed heat energy is released from the material)<br /><ul><li>Test Protocol: ASTM E 408
  31. 31. The higher the %, the better
  32. 32. LEED Green Building Rating System specifies Emittance at least 90%
  33. 33. NEOGARD® White Roof Coatings EXCEED LEED Emissivity Requirements.
  34. 34. LEED Combines ENERGY STAR® Reflectance Requirements with +90% Emittance
  35. 35. NEOGARD® White Coatings Emittance:
  36. 36. Acrylic – 94%
  37. 37. Silicone – 93%
  38. 38. Polyurethane (7443) – 95%
  39. 39. Polyurethane (70613) – 95%</li></li></ul><li>MATERIALS & RESOURCES<br />FACTS TO CONSIDER:<br />Buildings in the United States account for:<br /><ul><li>70% of all electrical consumption
  40. 40. Nearly ½ of all Energy Consumption
  41. 41. 15 trillion gallons per year for all potable water
  42. 42. 136 million tons of building-related construction and demolition in a single year is generated
  43. 43. Buildings use 40% of all raw materials globally (3 billion tons annually)
  44. 44. $40 billion is spent annually to air condition buildings in the US
  45. 45. Electrical loads are increasing faster than Generating Capacity
  46. 46. Natural Gas & Electrical Costs are increasing
  47. 47. ½ of the US population live in Heat Islands
  48. 48. Energy Costs increase</li></ul>Indirect Costs include:<br /><ul><li>Health related costs (smog)
  49. 49. Cost of Roofing Materials
  50. 50. Premature Failures
  51. 51. Landfills Filling Up
  52. 52. Extending the life of an existing building by conserving natural resources, qualifies for credit in the Material and Resource category. By using the existing roof, reduction of waste is achieved and applies to further credits within this category.</li></ul>Before<br />After<br />
  53. 53. URBAN HEAT ISLANDS<br />The use of dark, non-reflective surfaces for parking, roofs, walkways and other surfaces contributes to heat island effects created when heat from the sun is absorbed and radiated back to surrounding areas.<br />As a result of heat island effects, ambient temperatures in urban areas can be artificially elevated by more than 10 degrees when compared with surrounding suburban and undeveloped areas.<br />This results in increased cooling loads in the summer, requiring larger HVAC equipment and energy for building operations. Heat island effects can be mitigated through the application of shading and the use of materials that reflect the sun’s heat instead of absorbing it.<br />Heat Island Atlanta 1972 Heat Island Atlanta 1993<br />Causes:<br />Urban Trees/Grass/Shrubs Reduction <br /> (56% of the cause)<br />Dark Roads & Parking Spaces (6%)<br />Buildings with Dark Roof Surfaces (38%)<br />Dark Surface Temps 75* - 100*F<br />Higher than ambient air temperature<br />Increases A/C costs<br /> (+$5 BILLION per year)<br />Increases Smog<br />Premature roofing material deterioration<br />Roof Top Effects On Urban Heat Islands<br />Roofs are the hottest urban features<br />140* to 180*F at peak<br />Roofs cover 20% of land area<br />Difficult to shade large low slope roofs<br />Cool Roofing can make a big impact<br />100*F to 120*F at peak for cool Roofs<br />50* drop over 20% of an urban area<br />Note: Computer Simulations project Significant Impact on UHI turning roofs Black to White<br />
  54. 54. SUSTAINABLE/ECONOMICAL ROOFING<br />DIRECT BOND<br />What if there was a way to………..<br /><ul><li>Double or Triple a Roof’s Life?
  55. 55. Reduce Energy Consumption by 15% or more?
  56. 56. Reduce Electrical Bills by 20% or more?
  57. 57. Reduce Roof Waste to Landfills by a 1/3 or more?
  58. 58. Protect Membrane, Bitumen, Metal & Concrete Roofs?
  59. 59. Improves bottom line by reducing waste and costs.
  60. 60. Resource and re-use of existing materials
  61. 61. Improves top line by providing new sources of revenues
  62. 62. Reduces the total cost of ownership for building owners by reducing life cycle costs</li></ul>Elastomeric roof coating process:<br />Vacuumed & Prepared<br />Base Coat<br />Top or Finish Coat<br />
  63. 63. NEOGARD® Fluid-Applied Roof Systems<br />Acceptable Substrates:<br /><ul><li>Smooth & Granule Surfaced BUR & Modified Bitumen
  64. 64. Single-Ply Membranes
  65. 65. Concrete Roof Decks
  66. 66. Metal Roofs
  67. 67. Sprayed-in-Place Polyurethane Foam (SPF)</li></ul>The Process:<br /><ul><li>Seal: Miscellaneous openings and roof seams using Urethane Coating, Sheet Membrane, flashing tape and/or adhesives.
  68. 68. Primer: Required on some substrates
  69. 69. Coating: Apply a monolithic urethane coating across the entire roof using high quality compatible materials</li></ul>Before<br />After<br />
  70. 70. Environmental “Green” Advantages of Direct Bond Roofs<br />Dade County approved; FM Global; UL rated; Energy Star rated; Cool Roof rated; Products LEED qualified<br />Light reflective white coating (up to 94% solar reflectivity – SRI)<br />One-part urethane membrane (toughest, most durable fluid-applied membrane on the market)<br />Helps keep your building cooler (lower energy expense)<br />Low odor<br />Reduces hazardous waste disposal costs<br />Less waste in landfills<br />Renewable and sustainable roof system<br />
  71. 71. TAX ADVANTAGES<br />According to Sec. 1.162-4 Repairs of IRS Tax Code:<br />Roof maintenance systems are fully tax deductable as an operating expense. One of the key advantages of a restoration system over a new roof system is in how it is classified by the IRS. Restoration is classified as a maintenance, and in most cases it can be expensed in the accounting period it is incurred. On the other hand a new roof system is a capital asset that must be amortized over a 39 year life.<br />
  72. 72. ROOF PICTORIALS<br />
  73. 73. A division of the Jones-Blair Corporation<br />ELASTA-GARD<br />DIRECT-BOND, FLUID-APPLIED ROOF SYSTEMS<br />COMPATIBLE OVER: <br />- BUILT-UP ROOFING (BUR)<br /> - MODIFIED BITUMEN (MB)<br /> - SINGLE-PLY<br /> - EPDM<br /> - METAL<br /> - CONCRETE<br />
  74. 74. Urethane vsAcrylic<br />Acrylics<br />Tensile Strength – 300 psi<br />Elongation – 300%<br />Water Absorption – 20%<br />Low Impact Resistance<br />Suspect to Chemical Attack<br />Urethane<br />Tensile Strength – 1,500 psi<br />Elongation – 360%<br />Water Absorption - &lt;3%<br />High Impact Resistance<br />Chemical Resistant<br />Urethane is used exclusively for all <br />Elasta-Gard Direct Bond Systems<br />
  75. 75. ELASTA-GARD BUR/MB<br />NEOGARD®’s Premier Roof Coating Membrane System <br />Advantages:<br />- Eliminates back-breaking tear-off of existing roof<br /> - Eliminates landfill costs. No disposal of old roofs<br /> - Sustainable and renewable, not replaced<br /> - NO SEAMS TO FAIL!!<br /> - All NEOGARD® products are Cool Roof, LEED qualified <br />
  76. 76. Existing Mod-Bit Roof<br />Failed Seams!<br />“Fishmouth”<br />Tear-off isn’t the only solution!!<br />
  77. 77. Granules<br />60 mils fluid-applied urethane membrane<br />
  78. 78. NO SEAMS!!!<br />Elasta-Gard BUR/MB <br />(Heavy Traffic Fluid-Applied Roof System with Granules)<br />ALL SEAMS ARE DETAILED AND TAPED IF NECESSARY<br />Primer – 7780/7781; 1/3 gal/100 sq.ft.<br />Base Coat – 39 dry mils of high quality urethane <br />Topcoat – 21 dry mils of WHITE (COOL ROOF, LEED qualified) high quality urethane<br />Granules broadcast to refusal on topcoat<br />Total System Membrane Thickness Averages 60 dry mils<br />
  79. 79. ELASTA-GARD LT Over modified bitumen<br />Leak Problem Areas<br />
  80. 80. Seams detailed<br />Drains detailed<br />Protrusions detailed<br />
  81. 81. Urethane Base Coat<br />7419 HB<br />2 gallons/100 sq.ft.<br />26 dry mils<br />Tensile Strength – 350 psi<br />Elongation – 500%<br />
  82. 82. Topcoat being applied<br />Topcoat can either be sprayed <br />or rolled. Rolled during windy conditions<br />Notice how parapet walls are sealed<br />
  83. 83. NO SEAMS!!!<br />Urethane Topcoat<br />70613 – white<br />1 gallon/100 sq.ft.<br />12 dry mils<br />Tensile Strength – 1,500 psi<br />Elongation – 360%<br />Total system coating thickness averages <br />38 dry mils<br />
  84. 84. ELASTA-GARD SPSingle-Ply<br />Rubber Roof<br />
  85. 85. Encapsulate parapet wall with polyurethane foam<br />Seam Tape<br />
  86. 86. SEAM <br />DETAIL<br />
  87. 87. Topcoat<br />Base Coat<br />
  88. 88. Urethane Topcoat<br />70613 – white<br />1 gallon/100 sq.ft.<br />12 dry mils<br />Tensile Strength – 1,500 psi<br />Elongation – 360%<br />Total system coating thickness averages <br />38 dry mils<br />
  89. 89. Elasta-Gard C (concrete)<br />LEED qualified white topcoat<br />High-build base coat<br />
  90. 90. ELASTA-GARD M<br />NEOGARD® Metal Roof Coating Membrane System<br />York Label Company<br />Kansas City, MO<br />Curt Carpenter<br />Owner - C&G COATINGS <br />Your NEOGARD®Representative<br />
  91. 91. 60,000 sq.ft. metal roof<br />Roof before applying <br />coating membrane<br />
  92. 92. Roof before applying coating membrane <br />
  93. 93. Assets to protect......<br />Leaks<br />
  94. 94. Prep Work<br />
  95. 95. Seal Penetrations & Vertical Seams with Polyurethane Foam<br />Polyurethane foam<br />Polyurethane foam on vertical seams<br />
  96. 96. Caulk & Apply Basecoat to Screws<br />Tape & coating on holes<br />Caulk & Coating<br />
  97. 97. Horizontal Seams Taped & Base Coated<br />
  98. 98. All Seams & Screws Base Coated Prior to Applying the Topcoat<br />Roof is totally waterproofed prior to application of white topcoat<br />
  99. 99. Finish Pics!<br />
  100. 100.
  101. 101.
  102. 102. Before<br />After<br />
  103. 103. Acrylithane MRC Topcoat over Metal<br /> (any color can be matched)<br />After<br />Before<br />
  104. 104. Ritz-Carlton Hotel – Biloxi, MS<br />
  105. 105. LEED Qualified, Cool Roof Rated Topcoat<br />Test Patch<br />Free application to qualified facility<br />Base Coat <br />Primer<br />
  106. 106. A division of the Jones-Blair Corporation<br />Polyurethane Foam Roof Systems<br />COMPATIBLE OVER: <br />- BUILT-UP ROOFING (BUR)<br /> - MODIFIED BITUMEN (MB)<br /> - SINGLE-PLY<br /> - EPDM<br /> - METAL<br /> - CONCRETE<br />
  107. 107. POLYURETHANE FOAM ROOF SYSTEMS<br /><ul><li>10 or 15 year Joint/Several Warranty with Leak and </li></ul> Hail Resistant Warranties<br /><ul><li> Seamless, monolithic System
  108. 108. Lightweight (50# per 100 square feet)
  109. 109. Self-Flashing
  110. 110. Insulation Value (7.14 R-value per inch)
  111. 111. Lowers Surface Temperature</li></li></ul><li>Screws<br />Seam<br />2nd Pass<br />First Pass of Foam<br />Before<br />After<br />Polyurethane FoamOver Metal Roof<br />Metal Roof<br />
  112. 112. NO SEAMS OR LOOSE SCREWS!!<br /><ul><li> 2”, 3lb/cu.ft. Polyurethane Foam
  113. 113. 2 Base Coats – 37 Mils
  114. 114. 2 Topcoats – 18 Mils</li></ul>Total 55 Mils Coating w/granules<br />Polyurethane Foamover metal roof<br />15-year Hail Resistant Warranty<br />
  115. 115. Rubber Roof with River Rock<br />
  116. 116. Rubber Secured with I-90 Wind Uplift Rated Fasteners<br />
  117. 117. Foam Applied Over Rubber<br />Self-flashing<br />
  118. 118. Base Coat Applied<br />
  119. 119. Permathane II FR Polyurethane Foam Roof<br />Everything is SEALED<br />Cool Roof, LEED Qualified Topcoat<br />
  120. 120. An Option To Tearing Off A Polyurethane Roof That Has Not Been Maintained………………..<br />
  121. 121. Independence Middle School, OKC<br />Foam Roof not maintained since 1984<br />
  122. 122. Scarifying the coating and ¼” of the foam base<br />
  123. 123. Hard to reach areas <br />will be hand grinded<br />
  124. 124. Before<br />10-year Permathane II FR Warranty<br /> CURT CARPENTER -- C&G COATINGS <br />
  125. 125. If it’s good enough for the New Orleans Superdome………………..<br />Polyurethane Foam Base with <br />NEOGARD®Urethane Coating<br />Re-roofed after Hurricane Katrina damage in 2006<br />
  126. 126. CURTCARPENTER<br /> C&G COATINGS <br /> Your NEOGARD® Representative<br />Thank you for your time. Please feel free to contact me for an estimate or more information on the NEOGARD®product and application that’s right for you.<br />8228 Marshall Dr.<br />Lenexa, KS 66214<br />913-438-2412 – office<br />913-634-2588 – cell<br />913-492-4362 – fax<br />cgcoatings@kcnet.com<br />www.cgcoatings.com<br />www.neogard.com<br />
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