Alumanation 301 by Republic Powdered Metals

July 8, 2011
Aluminum pigment reflects heat and prevents corrosion in one coat.

Aluminum pigment, asphaltic liquids, non-drying oils, and a blend of natural and synthetic fibers combine to create a cost-effective premium grade coating.

Alumination protects against mild acid and alkali fumes on several substrates, including metal, transite, built-up roofing, and bitumen. The reflective finish protects the roof from UV rays and cuts down on building cooling costs.

It can be applied by brush, roller, or spray gun with no primer coat required. The solvent-based coating can be applied in colder temperatures than water-based coatings.

For more information, visit www.rpmrepublic.com.

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