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WHAT IS BUTYL LIQUID RUBBER

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Colors Available: (RC-2000 Colors)


White
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Off White
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Light Gray
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Gray
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Black
#292A2B

Light Beige
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Beige
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Light Green
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Forest Green
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Light Blue
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Tile Red
#7F2E25

French Press
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*Butyl Liquid Rubber comes standard in white and black for ALL order quantities. For BEIGE AND GREY an additional $15.00 per 5-gallon pail; minimum order of (5 of our 5-gallon pails). Our other custom colors are available for an additional $25.00 per 5-gallon pail. Minimum order for custom colors; Five (5- gallon pails) or a total of 25 gallons. For custom colors orders please call our office.

*Due to monitor settings, actual colors may vary from those that appear online.

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Butyl Liquid Rubber Gallon Pail

Rated 4.5 /5 based on 671 customer reviews

$79.95 In stock

Coverage: 50 sq Feet

Product description: Butyl Liquid Rubber - For residential and commercial Roofing Applications. Standard colors are White, Black, Grey

25 Years History of Success

Butyl Liquid Rubber 4 Gallon Pail

Rated 4.8 /5 based on 671 customer reviews

$305.00 In stock

Coverage: 200 sq Feet

Product description: Butyl Liquid Rubber - For residential and commercial Roofing Applications. Standard colors are White, Black, Grey

25 Years History of Success

Butyl Liquid Rubber 5 Gallon Pail

Rated 4.8 /5 based on 762 customer reviews

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Product description: Butyl Liquid Rubber - For residential and commercial Roofing Applications. Standard colors are White, Black, Grey

Butyl Liquid Rubber is a specially formulated version of Butyl sheet rubber that has the flexibility needed for change in environmental conditions.

Butyl Liquid Rubber is a liquefied version of a synthetic rubber typically referred to as Butyl.




Butyl rubber, sometimes just called "butyl", is a synthetic rubber, a copolymer of isobutylene with isoprene. The abbreviation IIR stands for isobutylene isoprene rubber. Polyisobutylene, also known as "PIB" which butyl rubber is based. Butyl rubber is produced by polymerization of about 98% of isobutylene with about 2% of isoprene. Structurally, polyisobutylene resembles polypropylene, but has two methyl groups substituted on every other carbon atom, rather than one.

Prior to the liquefied version emerging on to the market, rolls of the rubber were used for waterproofing roofs. The liquids are much easier to apply. It can also fill cracks and crevices and form an entirely seamless membrane. Butyl Liquid Rubber can go where the sheet version could never effectively coat. Butyl Liquid Rubber coatings have additional uses. Over the years, they have been used for roofing, cooling tanks, industrial applications, storage tanks etc. They can be applied to a wide range of roofing materials, including metal, fiberglass, concrete bur roofs etc. Always consult your roofer to determine if aftermarket coatings are acceptable, given the condition of your overall roof.

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ASTM Tested. ASTM International, formally known as American Society for Testing and Materials, ASTM's physical and mechanical, testing standards provide guides for the proper procedures employed in the determination of the physical and mechanical properties of certain materials. Using test methods such as scanning electron microscopy, hole-drilling strain-gage method, semiautomatic and automatic image analysis, and X-ray diffraction, parameters like strength, ductility, hardness, residual stress, and grain size are measured. These physical and mechanical testing standards allow manufacturers, other producers and users to examine and evaluate such materials for strength and quality to ensure safety toward their end-use. Below are the results of the ASTM Testing:

Elongation ASTM-D-412 500%
Tensile Strength ASTM-D-412 1520 PSI
Permeance (10miles) ASTM-E-96 0.166 perms
Fungi Resistance ASTM-G-21 0 (Pass)
Water Swell ASTM-D-471 0%
Weathering ASTM-4798 Pass
Low Temp. Flex ASTM-D-522 Pass
Wind Driven Rain TT-C-555B Pass
WET ADHESION (ASTM C 794/D 903)
Metal Pass
SBS Mod. Bit. Pass
APP Mod. Bit. Pass
Smooth BUR Pass
EPDM Pass
TPO Pass
Hypalon Pass
SPUF (Foam) Pass

In the United States, ASTM standards have been adopted, by incorporation or by reference, by many federal, state, and municipal government regulations.

1 gallon covers 50 sq ft and a 4 gallon covers 200 sq ft. Customer is responsible for determining their square footage.