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ALSAN® RS 222 Primer SKU: L-RS001

ALSAN® RS 222 Primer SKU: L-RS001

ALSAN RS 222 PRIMER is a rapid-setting, proprietary formulation polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA) primer. ALSAN RS 222 PRIMER is used to promote adhesion of ALSAN RS roofing components to approved substrates. ALSAN RS 222 PRIMER is also provides excellent resistance to asphalt bleed through.

Product Properties

  • Overlying Application ALSAN RS

Installation

Using a slow-speed (200 to 400 rpm) mechanical agitator, thoroughly mix the entire container of resin for two minutes before use. Only catalyze the amount of material that can be used within 10-15 minutes. Add the pre-measured catalyst to the resin component and stir for two minutes and apply to the substrate. Refer to the catalyst information found on the second page of the PDS. Apply without dilution or thinning.

After mixing, apply ALSAN RS 222 PRIMER to substrate at the required consumption using a 3/8 in nap roller or brush. The resin should be applied evenly onto the surface using care not to spread too thin or pool in low areas.

Refer to the ALSAN RS Roofing Technical Manual for additional application guidelines.

 

Testing & Approvals

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