Lucas 010 Coal Tar Resaturant – 55 Gallon
When applying #010 Coal Tar Resaturant proper roofing procedures should be followed at all times; including inspection of the roof for flaws that might allow seepage of this product into the building, deck, or insulation materials. This product is intended for use on coal tar and gravel roofs with a pitch of not more than ½ inch per foot. For surface application only – not an inter-ply adhesive. The roof surface must be clean and dry. Vacuuming is strongly recommended. Any dirt remaining will be absorbed by the coating and lead to premature hardening and inflexibility. The cleaned roof must be inspected and all weak, broken, cracked, or blistered areas repaired. Blisters should be opened and allowed to dry completely before being resealed with #071 Coal Tar Roof Cement and polyester fabric reinforcement. Any moisture in the roof which cannot be dried out should be properly vented. Flashings should be rebuilt as needed to provide a minimum 10 years protection. When rebuilding flashings use polyester fabric with asphalt based #037 Modified Thermoplastic Coating. When repairing flashings with polyester fabric leave approximately three inches of uncoated fabric extending onto the roof deck to be coated with #010. Avoid applications or methods where coal tar or coal tar odors can enter the building. #010 Coal Tar Resaturant should be applied evenly, as it comes from the container, without thinning or heating above ambient temperatures, at the rate of seven gallons per 100 square feet. Do not over apply. Apply roofing gravel at the rate of 500 lbs. per 100 square feet. When Lucas #010 is used with polyester fabrics, please consult our Guide Specification for more detailed information.
Clean up: Clean up with Lucas #125 Safe Solve™.
Shelf Life: Two years from the date of manufacture.