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  • Neogard Product Presentation N6

    1. 1. NEOGARD®<br />N6 Building Envelope System <br />Curt Carpenter<br />Owner - C&G COATINGS <br />Your NEOGARD®Representative<br />
    2. 2. CONTENT<br /> ?<br /><ul><li>WhoWe are…
    3. 3. Definitions & Considerations
    4. 4. Basic Components of NEOGARD® Systems
    5. 5. NEOGARD® Products
    6. 6. NEOGARD® Systems</li></li></ul><li>Who we are…<br /><ul><li>The Jones-Blair, Co. has been manufacturing protective coatings for over 80 years:
    7. 7. Liquid Coatings
    8. 8. Liquid Applied Membranes
    9. 9. Two Divisions
    10. 10. JB Industrial Coatings
    11. 11. Metal Protection
    12. 12. Oil Industry
    13. 13. NEOGARD®Construction Coatings
    14. 14. Waterproofing Systems
    15. 15. Roofing Systems
    16. 16. Flooring Systems</li></li></ul><li>Who we are…<br />NEOGARD® Products (Type of coatings)<br />RIGID<br />(NON-ELASTOMERIC)<br />ELASTOMERIC<br />FLOORING<br />WATERPROOFING<br />Epoxy<br />Novolac<br />Polyurethane<br />Polyurea<br />Urethane<br />Acrylic<br />Silicone<br />
    17. 17. Who we are…<br /><ul><li>NEOGARD®Product Lines
    18. 18. Waterproofing Systems(Elastomeric)
    19. 19. AutoGard for Vehicular Traffic
    20. 20. PedaGard for Pedestrian Traffic
    21. 21. Roofing Systems (Elastomeric)
    22. 22. Direct Bond/ElastaGard over existing systems
    23. 23. SPF
    24. 24. Flooring Systems (Rigid)</li></li></ul><li>NEOGARD®CREDENTIALS:<br /><ul><li>World’s leading producer of Elastomeric Coating Membrane for construction
    25. 25. 50-year history as the innovators in Polymeric Coating Technology, and 80 years in the Coating Industry
    26. 26. An international network of Licensed Applicators plus Performance Based Contractors
    27. 27. Bio-Based Roof Coating Membrane Systems Available (36% Bio Content)</li></ul>- Listed on USDA website: www.biopreferred.gov<br /><ul><li> International Standard ISO 9001:2000
    28. 28. UL Class “A” Fire Rated
    29. 29. Recognized by Factory Mutual
    30. 30. LEED Friendly
    31. 31. Miami Dade County Approved
    32. 32. Member of U.S. Green Building Council
    33. 33. CRRC
    34. 34. ENERGY STAR® Rated </li></li></ul><li>Waterproofing<br />For Vehicular &<br />Pedestrian Traffic<br /><ul><li> Parking Decks
    35. 35. Balconies
    36. 36. Exterior Walkways
    37. 37. Stadiums</li></ul>For Low Slope Roof<br />Applications Over:<br /><ul><li> Spray Polyurethane Foam
    38. 38. EPDM/Single-Ply
    39. 39. Modified Bitumens
    40. 40. Built-Up Roofs
    41. 41. Metal
    42. 42. Concrete</li></ul>Roof Protection<br />Wall Protection<br />For Commercial<br />& Industrial <br />Exterior Wall<br />Applications Over<br /><ul><li> Concrete
    43. 43. EIFS
    44. 44. Masonry</li></ul>Interior Floor <br />Protection<br />For Thin & Thick<br />Film Applications<br /><ul><li> Industrial
    45. 45. Commercial
    46. 46. Food Processing
    47. 47. Electronics</li></ul> (Electrostatic Dissipation)<br /><ul><li> Aviation
    48. 48. Decorative</li></li></ul><li>ROOFING<br />
    49. 49. Sprayed Polyurethane Foam (SPF) Roof SystemNEOGARD® Permathane II™ Coating Membrane Louisiana Superdome, New Orleans, LA<br />
    50. 50. Elasta-Gard<br />Direct Bond, Fluid-Applied<br />Roof Coating Membrane<br />
    51. 51. WATERPROOFING<br />
    52. 52. NEOGARD®AUTO-GARD®Vehicular Traffic Bearing Coatings NY, NY Las VegasParking Deck<br />
    53. 53. NEOGARD®PEDA-GARD®Pedestrian TrafficBearing Coatings University of KentuckyLexington, KY<br />
    54. 54. WALL COATINGS<br />
    55. 55. NEOGARD®PEDA-GARD®Pedestrian Traffic Bearing Coatings andNEOFLEX®Elastomeric Wall Coating Fountainbleau ResortMiami, FL<br />
    56. 56. FLOORING<br />
    57. 57. The President of theUnited Sates of Americahas a Support Fleet of Helicoptersin a protected hangarwhat protects the floor? <br />
    58. 58. NEOGARD®SkyGard™Floor Coating SolutionsPatuxent River Naval Air StationPatuxent, MD<br />
    59. 59. Roof Protection<br />For Low Slope Roof<br />Applications Over:<br /><ul><li> Spray Polyurethane Foam
    60. 60. EPDM/Single-Ply
    61. 61. Modified Bitumens
    62. 62. Built-Up Roofs
    63. 63. Metal
    64. 64. Concrete</li></li></ul><li>A division of the Jones-Blair Corporation<br />SUSTAINABLE “GREEN”STRENGTH <br />IN TODAY’S ROOFING<br />POLYURETHANE FOAM & DIRECT BOND ROOF SYSTEMS<br />
    65. 65. Some of our clients: <br />Caesar’s PalaceLOCAL:<br />John Hopkins Hospital- Avila University<br />Rutgers University- Kansas University<br />United States Government-Bonner Springs School District<br />O’Hare International Airport-Miller Distribution Company<br />EDS Travelers - York Label Company<br />Texas A&M University (7 million sq.ft. foam) - Casey’s General Stores<br />Murray Field - American Airlines Maint Bldg<br />University of Kentucky - Clark Enterprises, KC Fairfax area<br />University of West Virginia - Have test patches on Quick Trip<br />New Orleans Superdome warehouse facility in Belton, MO<br />Getty Museum <br />Tandy Corporation <br />Marriott Hotels <br />Bellagio <br />U.S. Department of Navy<br />
    66. 66. Our message is to educate you about......<br />Alternate roofing systems that emphasize: <br />Fiscal Responsibility <br />Environmental Stewardship<br /> with: <br />Roofing products that have been tested and work<br />Licensed Performance Based NEOGARD® contractors that you can trust<br />10, 15 & 20 year warranties<br />
    67. 67. The Roofing Systems<br />
    68. 68. 24<br />Polyurethane Foam Roofing System<br />BASF Polyurethane<br />Foam Enterprises LLC<br />Elastomeric, reflective protective coating<br />Spray-applied polyurethane foam<br />Existing BUR substrate<br />Original roof deck<br />
    69. 69. Polyurethane Foam can be applied directly over:<br /><ul><li>BUR
    70. 70. Modified Bitumen
    71. 71. EPDM
    72. 72. Single-Ply
    73. 73. Metal
    74. 74. Concrete</li></ul>Roof Deck<br />
    75. 75. <ul><li>Spray Polyurethane Foam (SPF) roofing consists of an application of specifically designed foam covered with an elastomeric coating to protect the foam from ultraviolet rays.
    76. 76. Specialized equipment mixes two liquid components at the spray gun that applies the SPF to a prepared substrate. The mixed liquid expands many times its original volume in a matter of seconds, forming a rigid foam plastic that chemically bonds to the surface to which it is sprayed.
    77. 77. SPF has a closed cell structure that makes it water resistant. It must, however, be protected by elastomeric coatings to prevent ultra-violet-induced surface degradation.
    78. 78. Since SPF adds little weight (60# per 100 sq.ft.) to existing roof coverings and can build slope to fill in low areas, these systems are used frequently as a retrofit roofing system.</li></li></ul><li>SPF Chemistry Fundamentals<br /> A-Side: MDI - Isocyanate<br />B-Side: Proprietary Polyol Resin Blend polyols , catalysts, fire retardants, blowing agents<br />A+B = polyurethane foam<br />
    79. 79. Base Coat<br />Single component moisture-cured, aromatic, fire retardant, polyurethane coating.<br /><ul><li> 2gal/100 sq.ft.; 26 dry mils; 10-yr warranty
    80. 80. 3 gal/100 sq.ft.; 39 dry mils; 20-yr warranty</li></ul>Urethane<br />Tensile Strength – 1,000 psi<br />Elongation – 375%<br />Water Absorption - <3%<br />High Impact Resistance<br />Chemical Resistant<br />Acrylics<br />Tensile Strength – 300 psi<br />Elongation – 300%<br />Water Absorption – 20%<br />Low Impact Resistance<br />Suspect to Chemical Attack<br />
    81. 81. “Cool Roof” rated Topcoat<br />Single component, moisture-cured, aromatic, polyurethane coating designed as a weather protective coating. UV Stable<br /><ul><li> 1 gal/100 sq.ft.; 13 dry mils; 10-yr warranty
    82. 82. 1.5 gal/100 sq.ft.; 18 dry mils; 20-yr warranty</li></ul>Urethane<br />Tensile Strength – 1,500 psi<br />Elongation – 360%<br />Water Absorption - <3%<br />High Impact Resistance<br />Chemical Resistant<br />Acrylics<br />Tensile Strength – 300 psi<br />Elongation – 300%<br />Water Absorption – 20%<br />Low Impact Resistance<br />Suspect to Chemical Attack<br />
    83. 83. Benefits of Polyurethane Foam Roof Systems........<br />
    84. 84.
    85. 85.
    86. 86.
    87. 87. CPI Corporation – Great Bend, KS<br />100,000 sq.ft. metal roof<br />Screws<br />Polyurethane FoamOver Metal Roof<br />Seams<br />2ndPass of Foam<br />1st Pass of Foam<br />Metal Roof<br />
    88. 88. NO SEAMS OR LOOSE SCREWS!!<br /><ul><li>2”, 3lb/cu.ft. Polyurethane Foam
    89. 89. 2 Base Coats – 37 Mils
    90. 90. 2 Topcoats – 18 Mils</li></ul>Total 55 Mils Coating w/granules<br />Polyurethane Foamover metal roof<br />
    91. 91. Rubber Roof with River Rock<br />
    92. 92. Rock Removed and Rubber Secured with I-90 Wind Uplift Rated Fasteners<br />
    93. 93. Foam Applied Over Rubber<br />Self-Flashing<br />
    94. 94. Base Coat Applied<br />
    95. 95. Permathane II FR Polyurethane Foam Roof<br />Everything is SEALED<br />Cool Roof, LEED Qualified Topcoat<br />
    96. 96. Applying Polyurethane Foam over Modified Bitumen Roof with Chat<br />Modified Bitumen Roof with Chat<br />
    97. 97. Chat Removed<br />
    98. 98. Polyurethane Foam Base<br />
    99. 99. Granules<br />
    100. 100. <ul><li> 1 ½” Polyurethane Foam
    101. 101. 2 gallons/100 sq.ft. Base Coat – 26 dry mils
    102. 102. 1 gallon/100 sq.ft. Topcoat – 13 dry mils
    103. 103. Granules</li></li></ul><li>An Option To Tearing Off A Polyurethane Roof That Has Not Been Maintained………………..<br />
    104. 104. Foam Roof not maintained since 1984<br />
    105. 105. Scarifying the coating and ¼” of the foam base<br />
    106. 106. Hard to reach areas <br />will be hand grinded<br />
    107. 107. Before<br />10-year Permathane II FR Warranty<br />Extended warranty for 10-years<br />
    108. 108. 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 />
    109. 109. 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 />
    110. 110. 45,000 sq.ft. metal roof<br />Roof before applying <br />coating membrane<br />
    111. 111. Penetrations & Vertical Seams Sealed with Polyurethane Foam<br />Polyurethane Foam<br />Polyurethane foam on vertical seams<br />
    112. 112. Caulk & Apply Basecoat to Screws<br />Tape & coating on screw holes<br />Caulk & Coating on screws<br />
    113. 113. Horizontal Seams Taped & Base Coated<br />
    114. 114. All Seams & Screws Base Coated Prior to Applying the Topcoat<br />Roof is totally waterproofed prior to application of white topcoat<br />
    115. 115. Finish Pics<br />
    116. 116.
    117. 117. Acrylithane MRC Topcoat over Metal<br /> (any color can be matched)<br />
    118. 118. ELASTA-GARD BUR/MB Over modified bitumen<br />Leak Problem Areas<br />
    119. 119. Seams detailed<br />Drains detailed<br />Protrusions detailed<br />
    120. 120. Urethane Base Coat<br />7419 HB<br />3 gallons/100 sq.ft.<br />39 dry mils<br />Tensile Strength – 350 psi<br />Elongation – 500%<br />
    121. 121. Topcoat being applied<br />Topcoat can either be sprayed <br />or rolled. Rolled during windy conditions<br />Notice how parapet walls are sealed<br />
    122. 122. Urethane Topcoat<br />70613 – white<br />1.75 gallons/100 sq.ft.<br />21 dry mils<br />Tensile Strength – 1,500 psi<br />Elongation – 360%<br />Total system coating thickness averages <br />60 dry mils – 15 year warranty<br />NO SEAMS!!!<br />
    123. 123. Edison Elementary Roof Coating Project<br />Mangum, OK<br />Project completed by: Washington Companies Inc.<br /> Chuck Carpenter - Owner<br />Chuck,<br />“Thanks for the pictures. Any other pictures that you have would be great as I will use them to put in the newspaper and also present them to our school board members. I am very impressed with the job you guys did and the professionalism of the workers. You have my full recommendation for any job you are seeking”.<br />Micky Lively<br />Superintendent, Mangum Schools<br />
    124. 124. EXISTING ROOFGranulated Modified Bitumen – 40,000 sq.ft.<br />EXISTING ROOFGranulated Modified Bitumen – 40,000 sq.ft.<br />
    125. 125. Checking depth of alligator cracks in ponding areas<br />Granulated Modified Bitumen <br />
    126. 126. SURFACE PREPARATIONHigh Pressure Power Wash with Bio-degradable Cleaner<br />NEOGARD<br />8500 Bio-Degradable Cleaner<br />
    127. 127. Bad areas & protrusions<br /> detailed with <br />Polyurethane Foam<br />“Reddish” color is 7780/7781 Primer<br />1/3 gal/100 sq.ft. <br />
    128. 128. 7419 HB Urethane Base Coat<br />350 psi tensile strength<br />500% Elongation<br />1.5 gal/100 sq.ft. – 18 dry mils<br />
    129. 129. After Base Coat is Applied to Entire Roof<br />2nd Coat of 7419 HB is Applied to the Seams<br />
    130. 130. 70613 Urethane Topcoat<br />2,500 psi tensile strength<br />450% Elongation<br />1.5 gal/100 sq.ft. – 18 dry mils<br />
    131. 131. #11 Roofing Granules Applied Over Wet Topcoat<br />Total System Elastomeric Coating Thickness to Average 36 Dry Mils for this Project<br />
    132. 132. ELASTA-GARD SPSingle-Ply<br />Rubber Roof<br />
    133. 133. Encapsulate parapet wall with polyurethane foam<br />Seam Tape<br />
    134. 134. SEAM <br />DETAIL<br />
    135. 135. Topcoat<br />Base Coat<br />
    136. 136. 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 38 dry mils<br />
    137. 137. LEED Qualified, Cool Roof Rated Topcoat<br />Test Patch<br />Free application to qualified facility<br />Base Coat <br />Primer<br />
    138. 138. FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY<br />
    139. 139. ROOF SYSTEM COST COMPARISONPolyurethane FoamvsModified Bitumen - 10,000 sq.ft. example<br />POLYURETHANE FOAM – ALPHA 4-PLY MODIFIED BITUMEN<br />POLYURETHANE FOAM 4-PLY MODIFIED BITUMEN<br />
    140. 140. ROOF SYSTEM COST COMPARISON<br />Direct Bond vs. Modified Bitumen<br />10,000 sq.ft. roof used for example:<br />4-PLY MODIFIED BITUMEN<br />DIRECT BOND ROOF SYSTEM<br />*** No tear-off in 95% of retrofit applications ***<br />Performance Requirements for Cured Film:<br /> Base Coat (39 dry mils) Topcoat (21 dry mils)<br /><ul><li> Tensile Strength: 1,000 psi 1,500 psi
    141. 141. Elongation: 375% 360%</li></ul> Total Film Thickness Averages 60 Dry Mils<br />*** Tear-Off required at initial <br />re-roofing and each warranty<br />extension period ***<br />
    142. 142. ROOF SYSTEM COST COMPARISON<br />Direct Bond vs. EPDM (Rubber)<br />10,000 sq.ft. roof used for example:<br />EPDM (Rubber)<br />DIRECT BOND ROOF SYSTEM<br />*** No tear-off in 95% of retrofit applications ***<br />Performance Requirements for Cured Film:<br /> Base Coat (26 dry mils) Topcoat (12 dry mils)<br /><ul><li> Tensile Strength: 1,000 psi 1,500 psi
    143. 143. Elongation: 375% 360%</li></ul> Total Film Thickness Averages 38 Dry Mils<br />*** Tear-Off required at initial <br />re-roofing and each warranty<br />extension period ***<br />
    144. 144. TAX ADVANTAGESFOR DIRECT BOND ROOF SYSTEMS<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 />
    145. 145. ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP<br />
    146. 146. 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
    147. 147. 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 spaces can</li></ul> decrease cooling costs by 20% or more. <br />
    148. 148. ENERGY STAR® <br />Reflectivity<br />Solar Reflectance of a Roof is defined as the percentage of solar energy Reflected by the roof’s surface.<br /><ul><li>ENERGY STAR® Reflectance Requirements:
    149. 149. 65% Initial
    150. 150. 50% Aged (+3 years – actual)</li></ul>________________________________________<br />NEOGARD®White Roof Coating Membranes are ENERGY STAR® compliant. <br /><ul><li>Acrylic
    151. 151. Initial: 74% Aged: 68%
    152. 152. Silicone
    153. 153. Initial: 75% Aged: 75%
    154. 154. Polyurethane (7443)
    155. 155. Initial: 76% Aged 76%
    156. 156. Polyurethane (70613)
    157. 157. Initial: 77% Aged: 63%</li></ul>LEED<br /><ul><li>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)
    158. 158. LEED Combines ENERGY STAR® Reflectance Requirements with at least 90% Emittance</li></ul>___________________________________________<br /><ul><li>NEOGARD® White Roof Coatings EXCEED LEED Emissivity Requirements.
    159. 159. Acrylic – 94%
    160. 160. Silicone – 93%
    161. 161. Polyurethane (7443) – 95%
    162. 162. Polyurethane (70613) – 95%</li></li></ul><li>Environmental “Green” Advantages of Sustainable Roofing Systems <br />Dade County approved; FM Global; UL rated; Cool Roof rated<br />Products are LEED qualified<br />Low odor, one-part urethane membrane (toughest, most durable fluid-applied membrane on the market)<br />Helps keep your building cooler (lower energy expense)<br />Sustainable and Renewable roof system<br />Bio-Preferred Roofing Systems (36% Bio Content)<br /> USDA website: www.biopreferred.gov<br />Is Foam “Green” & Why?<br />Spray foam insulation has significant impact on reducing the need for fossil fuels through energy savings<br />SPF is environmentally friendly by containing no ozone depleting blowing agents, no CFCs, HCFC, asbestos, formaldehyde and no glass fibers<br />High performance, low maintenance and easily restored to initial performance levels<br />Can be applied directly to existing substrate in 95% of retrofit situations, diverting waste from landfill.<br />
    163. 163. And one of the biggest benefits of a Sustainable Roof System….<br />The vast majority of the time, NO TEAR-OFF and LANDFILL COSTS<br />Nine to 10 million tons of asphalt roofing waste are sent to American landfill sites every year. Every 10,000 square-foot roof tear-off creates an estimated 270 cubic feet of waste and application.<br />The price tag for this disposal amounts to over $400 million.<br />Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL)<br />“Extending the life of an existing roof from 15 to 30 years would reduce the volume of<br />re-roofing debris by a total of 160 million cubic feet (40% of current roofing waste) and 1.6% of the total solid waste landfilled each year.”<br />Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL)<br />
    164. 164. Waterproofing<br />For Vehicular &<br />Pedestrian Traffic<br /><ul><li> Parking Decks
    165. 165. Balconies
    166. 166. Exterior Walkways
    167. 167. Stadiums</li></li></ul><li>Why Use A Waterproofing Membrane?<br />CURT CARPENTER -- C&G COATINGS <br />
    168. 168. The Sole Purpose Of A Waterproofing Membrane Is To Protect An Owners Investment<br />CURT CARPENTER -- C&G COATINGS <br />
    169. 169. A Waterproofing Membrane Protects by...<br />Preventing/Stopping Leaks<br />Protecting Concrete From Freeze/Thaw & Chemical Attack<br />Protecting Reinforcing Steel Against Corrosion<br /> CURT CARPENTER -- C&G COATINGS <br />
    170. 170. CURT CARPENTER -- C&G COATINGS <br />
    171. 171. The Ultimate Result in Neglect<br /> CURT CARPENTER -- C&G COATINGS <br />Demolished slab<br />
    172. 172. Auto-Gard FC (Fast Cure)Vehicular Traffic Coatings<br />4–Coat Waterproofing System<br /><ul><li>40 dry mils in parking areas
    173. 173. 52 dry mils in turning areas</li></ul> CURTCARPENTER -- C&G COATINGS <br />
    174. 174. Auto-Gard FC<br />Base Coat<br />ApplyingTopcoat<br />Intermediate Coat<br />Spreading Sand<br />
    175. 175. Auto-Gard FC (fast cure)<br />Charcoal Color<br />34,000 sq.ft installed in 4 days<br />Minimal odor<br />
    176. 176. Auto-Gard with Acrylithane Finish Coat<br />
    177. 177. Pedestrian Traffic Coatings<br />3-Coat System<br /><ul><li>32 dry mils pre-aggregate</li></ul>4-Coat System<br /><ul><li>32 dry mils</li></ul>Peda-Gard Decorative<br />Peda-Gard Mechanical Rooms<br />
    178. 178. 4-Coat System<br /><ul><li>32 dry mils</li></ul>Peda-Gard With Acrylithane Red Decorative Coat<br />
    179. 179. Pool Gard CFountains<br />Base Coat – 1.5 gal/100 sq.ft.; 24 mils<br />Topcoat – 1.5 gal/100 sq.ft.; 24 mils<br />Finish Coat – Acrylithane HS-2<br />Total System Coverage – 48 dry mils<br />After<br />Before<br />
    180. 180. Royals Stadium – KC, MO<br />Pool Gard C<br />
    181. 181. Wall Protection<br />For Commercial<br />& Industrial <br />Exterior Wall<br />Applications Over<br /><ul><li> Concrete
    182. 182. EIFS
    183. 183. Masonry</li></li></ul><li>Marriott Hotels Use Neoflex Coating<br />
    184. 184. Neoflex<br />After<br />Before<br /> CURTCARPENTER -- C&G COATINGS <br />
    185. 185.
    186. 186. Interior Floor <br />Protection<br />For Thin & Thick<br />Film Applications<br /><ul><li> Industrial
    187. 187. Commercial
    188. 188. Food Processing
    189. 189. Electronics</li></ul> (Electrostatic Dissipation)<br /><ul><li> Aviation
    190. 190. Decorative</li></li></ul><li>DEFINITIONS<br /><ul><li>Flooring System
    191. 191. A Flooring System is more than just a protective element
    192. 192. It becomes part of the operation of the facility INTENDED to protect the floor
    193. 193. It is a sacrificial element
    194. 194. Stronger than concrete
    195. 195. Sustainable
    196. 196. And is capable to perform if we are
    197. 197. Utilizing the right materials
    198. 198. Using the best application techniques</li></li></ul><li>DEFINITIONS <br /><ul><li>Broadcast
    199. 199. Slip-Resistance finish
    200. 200. Slurry
    201. 201. Self-Level capability
    202. 202. Smooth finish
    203. 203. Trowel
    204. 204. More demanded skills
    205. 205. Primary for resurfacing
    206. 206. Slurry-Broadcast
    207. 207. Highest Physical Properties
    208. 208. Up to 13,000 psi compressive strength
    209. 209. Self-Level
    210. 210. Slip-Resistance</li></li></ul><li>Considerations <br /><ul><li>Finish Requirements
    211. 211. Solid Substrates
    212. 212. Patching
    213. 213. Removing Loose surface
    214. 214. Uncontaminated Surface
    215. 215. Mechanical Anchor
    216. 216. Surface Preparation
    217. 217. Most Important Aspect of proper Installation</li></li></ul><li>Considerations <br /><ul><li>Finish Requirements
    218. 218. Moisture
    219. 219. Moisture Content
    220. 220. Moisture Drive
    221. 221. Moisture Encapsulation
    222. 222. Fungus
    223. 223. Micro Organisms</li></li></ul><li>Moisture <br /><ul><li>Moisture Drive (MVT)</li></ul>Calcium Chloride Test Method- ASTM F1869. Standard test method for measuring moisture vapor emission rate of a concrete substrate using anhydrous calcium chloride in a given time frame.<br />
    224. 224. Surface Preparation<br />Shot Blast<br />Scarification<br />Sand-Blast<br />Acid Etching(Hydrochloric Acid)<br />Pour Acid into water<br />Never water into acid<br />Dilution 2:1 water-acid<br />Grinding<br />
    225. 225. Surface Preparation<br />Acceptable Profiles (ICRI)<br />
    226. 226. Surface Preparation<br />(non-acceptable profile) Resurfacing (70702/70703)<br />NO! (Too Rough)<br />
    227. 227. Surface Preparation<br />Shot Blast<br />
    228. 228. Surface Preparation<br /> Scarification<br />
    229. 229. Surface Preparation<br /> Mechanical Grinding<br />
    230. 230. Basic Components Flooring System <br />FIVE (5) Components in a Flooring System<br /><ul><li>Patching Compound
    231. 231. Primer
    232. 232. Base Coat
    233. 233. (Intermediate Coat)
    234. 234. Matrix Resin
    235. 235. Top Coat</li></ul>ACCESORY<br /><ul><li>Joint Filler (semi-rigid or semi-flexible filler)</li></li></ul><li>NEOGARD®Flooring Systems<br />Market Segments<br /><ul><li>Maintenance
    236. 236. Recoating Existing Systems
    237. 237. Institutional & Manufacturing
    238. 238. Schools
    239. 239. Assembling Plants
    240. 240. Penitentiaries
    241. 241. Food & Research
    242. 242. Industrial Kitchens
    243. 243. Food Processing
    244. 244. Pharmaceuticals
    245. 245. Decorative
    246. 246. Lobbies
    247. 247. Show Rooms
    248. 248. Commercial
    249. 249. Aviation
    250. 250. Hangars
    251. 251. Repair/Maintenance Facilities
    252. 252. Manufacturing</li></li></ul><li>NEOGARD® Flooring Products<br />Product Use<br /><ul><li>Epoxies:
    253. 253. 7779/7781
    254. 254. 70702/70703
    255. 255. 70714/70715-09
    256. 256. 70714/70715
    257. 257. 70724/70715
    258. 258. 70744/70715
    259. 259. 70704/70705
    260. 260. 70734/70735
    261. 261. 70718/70719
    262. 262. Deco-Glaze
    263. 263. Urethanes:
    264. 264. 70805/7952
    265. 265. 70815/70816
    266. 266. Acrylithane HS2
    267. 267. 70800/801/802
    268. 268. Polyurea
    269. 269. 70860/70865
    270. 270. 70861/70865</li></li></ul><li>Institutional & Manufacturing<br />WG - ###<br /><ul><li>Cost - effective, 100% solids epoxy resin
    271. 271. General purpose flooring system
    272. 272. Ideally suited for warehouse and manufacturing facilities
    273. 273. High gloss, high-build protective coating
    274. 274. Good chemical & abrasion resistance
    275. 275. Available in 8 Standard Colors</li></ul>DFT: 32,65BC,125BC, 250T<br /><ul><li>- One product System
    276. 276. - 70714/70715-09
    277. 277. - Self-Priming</li></li></ul><li>Institutional & Manufacturing<br />CG- ###<br /><ul><li>100% solids epoxy resin, specially formulated for use on damp as well as dry concrete
    278. 278. Super low viscosity for deep penetration into prepared concrete substrate
    279. 279. Superior Mechanical Properties
    280. 280. Excellent chemical and water resistance
    281. 281. U.S.D.A. Approved, available in 8 colors</li></ul>DFT: 32, 65BC,125BC,250T<br /><ul><li>- One product System
    282. 282. - 70714/70715
    283. 283. - Self-Priming</li></li></ul><li>Institutional & Manufacturing<br />ESD-28<br /><ul><li>81% solids epoxy and conductive elements
    284. 284. Specially formulated for any application where static electricity must be controlled
    285. 285. Typical applications include electronics manufacturing, data processing areas, aerospace and military facilities
    286. 286. High resistance to impact and chemicals
    287. 287. Available in 1 Standard (Gray) Color
    288. 288. - Two product System
    289. 289. - 70714/70715 Primer
    290. 290. - 70744/70715 Top Coat</li></li></ul><li>Institutional & Manufacturing<br />Neothane-##<br /><ul><li>High solids chemical resistant, polyester aliphatic polyurethane system
    291. 291. Typically used as a top coating over NEOGARD®flooring and wall coatings systems
    292. 292. Superior resistance to: U/V degradation, impact, abrasion, and chemical attack
    293. 293. Available in 3 Standard Colors
    294. 294. - Two product System
    295. 295. - 70714/70715 Primer/Base
    296. 296. - CRU 70805/7952 Top Coat</li></li></ul><li>Food & Research Flooring Systems<br />KitchenGard<br /><ul><li>Heavy-duty Slurry-Broadcast Epoxy Mortar
    297. 297. Top Coated with Epoxy Novolac
    298. 298. 100% Solids
    299. 299. Provides excellent resistance to abrasion, impact, thermal shock, and chemical attack.
    300. 300. Excellent Option for New Industrial Kitchens and food processing in general
    301. 301. Slip Resistant finish / Cleanable
    302. 302. Available in 2 Standard Colors: Gray and Red
    303. 303. - Two product System
    304. 304. - 70714/70715 Primer/Base
    305. 305. - 70704/70705 Top Coat</li></li></ul><li>Food & Research Flooring Systems<br />Neocrete<br /><ul><li>Heavy-duty water dispersed, cement based polyurethane mortar (No odor)
    306. 306. One-step concrete resurfacing system, no primers or sealers are required.
    307. 307. Fast Turn Around
    308. 308. Provides excellent resistance to abrasion, impact, thermal shock, and chemical attack.
    309. 309. Excellent Option for Remedial Work
    310. 310. Available in:
    311. 311. Gray and Red
    312. 312. 3 Grades
    313. 313. HD Trowel
    314. 314. V Vertical
    315. 315. SL Self Level
    316. 316. - One product System
    317. 317. - 70800/70801 &
    318. 318. - 70802, 70803, 70804 powder</li></li></ul><li>Food & Research Flooring Systems<br />Novolac- ###<br /><ul><li>Flooring System 100% solids epoxy-novolac resin
    319. 319. Primarily used as a chemical resistant solution and/or binder for protection against aggressive organic/inorganic chemical attack
    320. 320. Solvent and caustic resistant
    321. 321. Excellent option in Dairies, Juice, Beverage, poultry plants
    322. 322. Available in 2 Standard Colors
    323. 323. Good for Thermal Shock Conditions
    324. 324. - Two product System
    325. 325. - 70714/70715 Primer/Base
    326. 326. - 70704/70705 Top Coat</li></ul>DFT: 32, 65BC, 125BC, 250T<br />
    327. 327. Food & Research Flooring Systems<br />WallGard<br /><ul><li>Wall Protection System 100% solids with Optional Top Coats
    328. 328. Seamless protection combined withNEOGARD®Flooring Systems
    329. 329. Floor-Wall-Ceiling-Wall-Floor
    330. 330. Reinforced option for better impact resistance
    331. 331. Tint Options
    332. 332. Good in Thermal Shock Conditions
    333. 333. Optional Top Coat for ultimate chemical resistance
    334. 334. - Three product System
    335. 335. - 70714/70715 Primer
    336. 336. - 70724/0715 Base
    337. 337. - Deco-Glaze Top Coat</li></li></ul><li>DECORATIVE <br />Neo-Quartz<br /><ul><li>Double Broadcast Colored quartz
    338. 338. Decorative Option
    339. 339. Specific / Proper Top Coating
    340. 340. Slip Resistant / Cleanable texture
    341. 341. Odor Friendly
    342. 342. Optional Top Coat for ultimate chemical resistance
    343. 343. - Two product System
    344. 344. - 70714/70715 Primer/Base
    345. 345. - 70734/70735 Top Coat
    346. 346. - CRU 70815/70816 Optional Coat</li></ul>DFT: 65BC, 125BC, 250T<br />
    347. 347. DECORATIVE<br /><ul><li>Neoflake
    348. 348. Decorative Thin Coating Flooring System
    349. 349. Options in pattern and look
    350. 350. Lobby Areas, Dinning Areas
    351. 351. Specific / Proper Top Coating
    352. 352. Cleanable Slip Resistant texture incorporating glass beads
    353. 353. Odor Friendly
    354. 354. - Two product System
    355. 355. - 70714/70715 Primer/Base
    356. 356. - 70734/70735 Top Coat
    357. 357. - CRU 70815/70816 Optional Coat</li></li></ul><li>Tuff Family (Maintenance Options)<br />DustTuff<br />7779/7781 Water base Epoxy<br /> Light traffic warehouses<br /> Storage rooms<br /> Where no build-up membrane is required<br /> Pre-primer for out-gassing conditions<br />due to over porous concrete<br />DFT: 3 mils<br />Recoat: 1.5 mils<br /><ul><li>- One product System
    358. 358. - 7779/7781 Primer/Top</li></li></ul><li>Tuff Family (Maintenance Options)<br />WearTuff<br />70714/707-1509 100% solids epoxy<br />General Use Flooring Applications<br />Warehousing<br />Assembly facilities<br />Storage rooms<br />Garages<br />Maintaining floors<br />Smooth & Texture<br />Available 8 std Colors<br />DFT: 16 mils<br />Recoat: 8 mils<br /><ul><li>- One product System
    359. 359. - 70714/70715-09 Primer/Top</li></li></ul><li>Tuff Family(Maintenance Options)<br />FloorTuff<br />High traffic conditions<br />Corrosion resistant environments<br />Mechanical rooms<br />Maintaining Industrial kitchens<br />Maintaining floors<br />Clean rooms<br />Corrosion resistant environments<br />Smooth and Texture<br />Available in 8 colors and clear<br />DFT: 16 mils<br />Recoat: 8 mils<br /><ul><li>- One product System
    360. 360. - 70714/70715 Primer/Top</li></li></ul><li>SkyGard(Aviation Program)<br />First and Complete Program for Aviation Industry<br />Options to “BEST FIT” different requirements<br />Authenticated SkyDrol Resistant<br />Sustainable with Extended Maintenance schedules<br />Maximum durability at the right thickness / investment<br />VOC Compliant (CRU 70815/70816)<br />
    361. 361. SkyGard(Aviation Program)<br />Every Segment is a different group with different requirements<br />Aviation Market<br />Government<br />Navy<br />Sets the standards<br />Air Force<br />Coast Guard<br />Agencies (FBI, CIA, NS)<br />Private<br />Commercial Aviation<br />General<br />Manufacturing<br />MRO (Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul)<br />FBO (Fixed Base Operator)<br />
    362. 362. SkyGard(Aviation Program)<br />SkyGard LD<br />Light Duty<br />16 mils<br />Small Aircraft Hangar Floors<br />Maintaining Existing Hangar Flooring Systems<br />General Aviation<br /><ul><li>Two product System
    363. 363. 70714/70715 Primer/Base
    364. 364. CRU 70805/7952 or 70815/70816 Top Coat</li></li></ul><li>SkyGard(Aviation Program)<br />SkyGard MD<br />Medium Duty<br />36 mils<br />Medium to Large Aircraft<br />Commercial / Airlines Parking Hangars / FBO<br />Military Parking Hangar Floors<br /><ul><li>Two product System
    365. 365. 70714/70715 Primer/Base
    366. 366. CRU 70805/7952 or 70815/70816 Top Coat</li></li></ul><li>SkyGard(Aviation Program)<br />SkyGard HD<br />Heavy Duty<br />56 mils<br />Slurry coat to build-up<br />Large Aircraft with heavy operation<br />Choice for daily maintenance operation<br />Commercial / Airlines / Military<br /><ul><li>Two product System
    367. 367. 70714/70715 Primer/Base
    368. 368. CRU 70805/7952 or 70815/70816 Top Coat</li></li></ul><li>SkyGard(Aviation Program)<br />SkyGard MRO (Maintenance, Repair & Overhaul)<br />Epoxy & CRU Mortar<br />Slurry/Broad Cast 80 mils and up<br />Silica Sand<br />Aluminum Oxide<br />Slip-Resistance to almost smooth<br />MRO & Manufacturing<br />Thickness upon needs<br /><ul><li>Two product System
    369. 369. 70714/70715 Primer/Base/Top
    370. 370. CRU 70805/7952 or 70815/70816 Top Coat</li></li></ul><li>Over Occupied Space Options<br /><ul><li>Waterproof Rider
    371. 371. Mortar Systems</li></li></ul><li>Maintenance Options<br /><ul><li>Maintenance Guide</li></ul>Extending the life of the flooring system<br /> Educate the customer<br /> The Cleaner the floor is kept<br /> Periodical Inspections<br />
    372. 372. Final Statement<br /><ul><li>NEOGARD®is a Committed Solution Source for the Flooring market
    373. 373. Providing Complete Service Package
    374. 374. Leading Technology Products and Systems
    375. 375. Material Availability
    376. 376. Tech Service
    377. 377. Qualified Installers
    378. 378. Experience gained by direct industry involvement
    379. 379. Identifying needs and finding solutions
    380. 380. Proven Performance
    381. 381. Customer Satisfaction Oriented</li></li></ul><li>And last but not least........................<br />TRAINING!!!!<br />
    382. 382.
    383. 383.
    384. 384.
    385. 385.
    386. 386. Traffic Tuff<br />Wear Tuff<br />
    387. 387. Tuff “Family”<br />NeoFlake<br />NeoQuartz<br />
    388. 388. Final Statement<br /><ul><li>If there is something not covered today…
    389. 389. If you have a question…
    390. 390. If you have a doubt…
    391. 391. Call NEOGARD®!!!
    392. 392. Bill Raymond, Regional Manager
    393. 393. David Lilli, Flooring Technical Service
    394. 394. Daniel Vazquez, Flooring Market Manager
    395. 395. Curt Carpenter Independent Representative</li></li></ul><li>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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