URETHANE UR2650

Tough Stuff UR2650 forms a permanent, high performance, seamless membrane for use in harsh environments with demanding roofing and waterproofing applications.
RECOMMENDED USES
  • Excellent for highrise roofing, mechanical areas, decks, silos, pulp mills, chemical plants, chillers, air intake units, and all types of general reroofing.
  • Other uses include: reservoirs, aeration basins, spillage containment, hazardous waste containment, bridge decks, parking ramps, expansion joints, etc.
  • Potable water containment: Meets NSF 61 standards for potable water containment. Suitable for cisterns and tank liners.

PRODUCT CHARACTERISTICS
Color: Black
Solids by Weight: 85%
Volume Solids: 80%
Viscosity: 2,000-3,500 cps
Weight per Gallon: 8 pounds
VOC (EPA method 24): 150 grams/liter
Cleanup: Xylene
Flammability: Combustible

Spreading Rate per coat:

Flat: 66 square feet/gallon per coat
Walls: 100 square feet per gallon - multiple coats

Heavy applications will self level.

Drying Schedule @ 66 square feet/gallon:

  50 °F 70 °F 110 °F
To Tack 90 mins. 65 mins. 30 mins.
To Recoat 6 hours 3 hours 2 hours
To Cure 48 hours 36 hours 24 hours

Drying time is temperature, humidity, and film thickness dependent.

PHYSICAL
PROPERTY
ASTM
TEST
METHOD
TYPICAL
VALUE
Density (pcf) D 412 60.86
Tensile Strength D 412 520 psi
Elongation D 882 367%
Shore A Hardness
(inst-5 sec.)
D 471 0.4
Water Absorption (% weight gain) D 471 0.4
Adhesion (psi)
Cement
Urethane Foam*
EPS*
Plywood

*Failure in substrate
ELCOMETER
57.7
13.3
26.0
47.0
Dimensional Stability (% )
Length
Width
Thickness
E 96 (1 hr. @ 212°F)
0.1
0.3
3.5
Permeability to Water Vapor E 96 (at 100°F) 0.06
Softening Point B 36 325
% Solids by Weight CALCULATED 85%
Pot Life Brookfield RVS, #6 Spindle @
10 RPM @ 77°F in minutes
30 min.
 
TECH DATA: Potable Water Testing
Test #1: A 50 sq.cm. piece of Tough Stuff UR2650 was extracted in specified solution at PH 10.0 for 72 hours at 82ºC. EP TOX metals were then analyzed as per SW846-3:
PARAMETER RESULT NSF
ARSENIC <0.001 O.05
BARIUM <0.61 1.0
CHROMIUM <0.01 0.01
CADMIUM <0.02 0.05
LEAD <0.01 0.05
MERCURY <0.0001 0.002
SELENIUM <0.001 0.01
SILVER <0.01 0.05
Test #2: A 50 sq.cm. piece of Tough Stuff UR2650 was extracted in specified solution at PH 5.0 for 72 hours at 66ºC. The final extract was analyzed for total recoverable phenols as per EPA 420.1:
PARAMETER RESULT
EPA 420.1 0.001
Note:
Tests were done as per instructions for referencing- National Sanitation Foundation (NSF) standard #61, "Drinking Water System Components - Health Effect;" and standard methods for the examination of water and wastewater," 15th edition.

APPLICATION INFORMATION
APPLICATION CONDITIONS

Temperature:
Air & Surface: 32°F minimum / 100°F maximum
Material: 50°F minimum / 95°F maximum

Relative Humidity: Can be applied at relative humidities up to 97%

APPLICATION PROCEDURES

BRUSH

  • Use nylon or polyester brushes, do not over brush or apply too heavily.
  • Heavy applications will slump on vertical surfaces.
SQUEEGEE
  • Pour material out into a puddle and pull with the appropriate notched squeegee. 1/8" notch will yield approx. 1.5 gallons/100 square feet and the 3/16" notch will yield approx 2 gallons/100 square feet.
  • After pulling with the squeegee, the material will have to be back rolled with a enamel short nap roller for uniform appearance. Cross hatch subsequent applications perpendicular to the previous layer.
ROLLERS
  • Use 12, 18, or 24" rollers for back rolling large areas. Use 1/4 - 1/2" nap high grade synthetic heads with phenolic cores.
  • Rapid rolling will splatter and may become airborne on higher buildings.
SPRAY — AIRLESS (for high volume)
  • UR2650 two component material is best applied by airless spray with a siphon feed hopper or a Bink’s Hawk air assisted spray system.
  • System will have to be purged with solvent after every 4 - 5 kits are sprayed to prevent equipment problems.
  • Keep material above 50ºF prior to catalyzing in cold temperatures.

    Pressure: 3,000-4,000 psi 2-3 gallons/minute.
    Tip: 5.37 to 6.56 reversible
    Gun: Mastic or high volume heavy duty guns
    Line: 1/2" solvent resistant or 1/2" double braid hydraulic

PERFORMANCE TIPS
  • DO NOT THIN
  • POWER MIX BEFORE USING

RECOAT WINDOW

  • Maximum intercoat bond for the UR2650 is within 48 hours. Work should be scheduled to be started and finished within this time frame. This is especially important in areas of submersion.

Damp conditions or water will foam the material. Do not apply if rain is immanent before proper film set can be established.

Please consult Coatings International for specific questions regarding the application of this system.

CLEANUP INSTRUCTIONS
  • Clean spills and spatters and tools immediately with mineral spirits or xylene.

  • Clean hands immediately after use with hand cleaner that works on asphalt or oils.

  • After cleaning, flush spray equipment with xylene or mineral spirits. UR2650 must be flushed in standard spray equipment within 35 minutes.

SAFETY PRECAUTIONS
  • INSTALLERS must read and understand all technical and informational literature for Tough Stuff UR2650, including the Material Safety Data Sheets (Part A/Part B), prior to using this product.

  • For chemical emergencies, spills, leaks, exposure, or accidents in the U.S.: CALL CHEMTREC 24 HOURS A DAY / 365 DAYS A YEAR 1-800-424-9300.
ORDERING INFORMATION

Packaging:

  Container Size Weight Class
Part A 4.5 gallon cans 40 pounds 55
Part B .5 gallon/unit 5 pounds 55

(contains MDI isocyanate - store away from food)

DOT Shipping Information:
(UR2650 part A) NH
(UR2650 part B) UN2489 III

HMIS:
Health 2, Flammability 3, Reactivity 0, Protection B

Published technical data and instructions are subject to change without notice. Please contact your Coatings International Roofing Systems representative for the most current information.

Important: The information in this MSDS was obtained from sources which we believe are reliable. HOWEVER, THE INFORMATION IS PROVIDED WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY, EXPRESSED, OR IMPLIED, REGARDING ITS CORRECTNESS.

The conditions or methods of handling, storage, use and disposal of the product are beyond our control, and may be beyond our knowledge. FOR THIS AND OTHER REASONS, WE DO NOT ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY AND EXPRESSLY DISCLAIM LIABILITY FOR LOSS, DAMAGE, OR EXPENSE ARISING OUT OF OR IN ANY WAY CONNECTED WITH THE HANDLING, STORAGE, USE, OR DISPOSAL OF THE PRODUCT.

This MSDS was prepared and is to be used only for this product. If apprised of changes, updated MSDS sheets will be promptly issued. Users must make their own determination regarding the suitability of the product for their own purpose prior to use.

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SECTION I - MATERIAL IDENTIFICATION AND INFORMATION

Components - Chemical Name & Common Names
(Hazardous Components 1% or greater: Carcinogens 0.1% or greater)

CHEMICAL NAME (COMMON NAME) CAS # % OSHA PEL (PPM) ACGIH TLV (PPM) OTHER LIMITS RECOMMENDED
Petroleum asphalt 8052-42-4 60-70      
Light distillates 64741-46-4 0-15      
Amine compounds (including aniline derivatives)   0-10      
Polybutadiene diol   20-30      
Benzene 1333-86-4 < 1      
Xylene 108-38-3 0-5      

DOT CLASS:
Ground: "Paint" (Combustible Liquid N.O.S.), Not Regulated
Air: Not intended by air.
Vessel: Paint, 3, UNi1263, PG III (Stowage Category "A")


SECTION II - PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS
1) BOILING POINT No Determinable Amount
2) SPECIFIC GRAVITY (Water = 1) 0.95-1.16 at 15.6
3) VAPOR PRESSURE No Determinable Amount
4) MELTING POINT N/A
5) VAPOR DENSITY (air = 1) No Determinable Amount
6) EVAPORATION RATE Slow
7) SOLUBILITY IN WATER Insoluble
8) WATER REACTIVE N/A
9) APPEARANCE & ODOR Black liquid with kerosene odor

SECTION III - FIRE AND EXPLOSION DATA
  1. FLASH POINT & METHOD:

    100°F (min) (PM)

  2. AUTO-IGNITION TEMPERATURE:

    No Determinable Amount

  3. FLAMMABILITY LIMITS IN AIR % BY VOLUME:

    LEL: No Determinable Amount
    UEL: No Determinable Amount

  4. EXTINGUISHER (MEDIA):

    Dry chemical, carbon dioxide, foam, halon, or water fog.

  5. SPECIAL FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES:

    For fires involving this material, do not enter any enclosed or confined fire space without proper protective equipment, including self-contained breathing apparatus. See hazardous decomposition products. Read the entire MMaterial Safety Data Sheet (this sheet & Part B)..

  6. UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS:

    Liquid evaporates and forms vapor (fumes) which can catch fire and burn with explosive violence. Invisible vapor spreads easily and can be set on fire by many sources such as pilot lights, welding equipment, and electrical motors and switches. Fire hazard is greater as liquid temperature rises above 85°F/29°C.


SECTION IV - REACTIVITY HAZARD DATA
  1. STABILITY:

    Stable

  2. CONDITIONS TO AVOID:

    N/A

  3. INCOMPATIBILITY (Materials to Avoid):

    Keep away from strong oxidizing agents.

  4. HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS:

    Normal combustion forms carbon dioxide and water vapor and may produce oxides of nitrogen; incomplete combustion can produce carbon monoxide.

  5. HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION:

    Will not occur.


SECTION V - HEALTH HAZARD DATA
  1. PRIMARY ROUTES OF ENTRY:
    1. Inhalation-yes
    2. Skin absorption-yes
    3. Ingestion-no
  2. CARCINOGEN LISTED IN:
    1. NTP - no
    2. IARC MONOGRAPH - no
    3. OSHA - no
  3. HEALTH HAZARDS:
    1. ACUTE: See emergency first aid procedures.
    2. Seeemergency first aid procedures.
  4. SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF EXPOSURE:

    Signs and symptoms of central nervous system effects may include one or more of the following: headache, dizziness, loss of appetite, weakness, and loss of coordination. Affected persons usually experience complete recovery when removed from exposure.

  5. MEDICAL CONDITIONS GENERALLY AGGRAVATED BY EXPOSURE:

    See emergency first aid procedures.

  6. EMERGENCY FIRST AID PROCEDURES:

    Seek medical assistance for further treatment, observation and support if necessary.

  7. EYE CONTACT:

    May cause eye irritation. Flush eyes immediately with fresh water for at least 15 minutes while holding the eyelids open. If irritation persists, see a doctor. Do not get in eyes. Eye contact can be avoided by wearing chemical safety goggles.

  8. SKIN CONTACT:

    May cause skin irritation. Remove heavily contaminated clothing and wash skin thoroughly with soap and water. Do not use solvents or thinners to remove materials from skin. Asphalt can be removed with vegetable oil or mineral oil. Avoid prolonged or frequently repeated skin contact with this material. Skin contact can be minimized by wearing impervious protective clothing including gloves.

  9. INHALATION:

    Breathing mineral oil mist can cause central nervous system effects. If there are signs or symptoms as described in this bulletin to breathing this material, move the person to fresh air. If breathing has stopped, apply artificial respiration. Call a doctor.

  10. INGESTION:

    Not expected to have acute systemic toxicity by ingestion. Note to physician: This material contains light hydrocarbon liquids and an aspiration hazard may exist. If swallowed, give water or milk to drink and telephone for medical advice. Consult medical personnel before inducing vomiting. If medical advice cannot be obtained, then take the person and product container to the nearest medical emergency treatment center.


SECTION VI - CONTROL AND PROTECTIVE MEASURES
  1. RESPIRATORY PROTECTION (Specify type):

    Wear approved respiratory protection such as an organic vapor cartridge respirator or an air-supplying respirator unless ventilation is adequate.

  2. PROTECTIVE GLOVES:

    Chemical resistance gloves recommended

  3. EYE PROTECTION:

    Chemical resistance eye protection recommended

  4. VENTILATION TO BE USED:
    1. Local exhaust: See other.
    2. Mechanical (general): See other.
  5. OTHER (Specify):

    Use this material in well ventilated areas.


SECTION VII - PRECAUTIONS FOR SAFE HANDLING AND USE/LEAKS
  1. STEPS TO BE TAKEN IF MATERIAL IS SPILLED OR RELEASED:

    1. Eliminate all open flames in the vicinity of the spill or released vapor.
    2. Clean up small spills using appropriate techniques such as absorbent materials or pumping.
    3. Where feasible and appropriate, remove contaminated soil.
    4. Follow prescribed procedures for reporting and responding to larger releases.

  2. WASTE DISPOSAL METHODS:

    1. Place contaminated materials in disposable containers and dispose of in a manner consistent with applicable regulations.
    2. Contact local environmental or health authorities for approved disposal of this material.

  3. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT:

    This material may be toxic to aquatic organisms and should be kept out of sewage and drainage systems and all bodies of water.

  4. PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN IN HANDLING AND STORAGE:

    N/A

Important: The information in this MSDS was obtained from sources which we believe are reliable. HOWEVER, THE INFORMATION IS PROVIDED WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY, EXPRESSED, OR IMPLIED, REGARDING ITS CORRECTNESS.

The conditions or methods of handling, storage, use and disposal of the product are beyond our control, and may be beyond our knowledge. FOR THIS AND OTHER REASONS, WE DO NOT ASSUME RESPONSIBILITY AND EXPRESSLY DISCLAIM LIABILITY FOR LOSS, DAMAGE, OR EXPENSE ARISING OUT OF OR IN ANY WAY CONNECTED WITH THE HANDLING, STORAGE, USE, OR DISPOSAL OF THE PRODUCT.

This MSDS was prepared and is to be used only for this product. If apprised of changes, updated MSDS sheets will be promptly issued. Users must make their own determination regarding the suitability of the product for their own purpose prior to use.

VIEW / DOWNLOAD a printable PDF version of this document.


SECTION I - MATERIAL IDENTIFICATION AND INFORMATION

Components - Chemical Name & Common Names
(Hazardous Components 1% or greater: Carcinogens 0.1% or greater)

CHEMICAL NAME (COMMON NAME) CAS # % OSHA PEL (PPM) ACGIH TLV (PPM) OTHER LIMITS RECOMMENDED
Diphenylmethane diisocyanate (MDI)   99      
Dimers and trimers of MDI   1      

DOT CLASS:
Ground: "Paint" (Combustible Liquid N.O.S.), Not Regulated
Air: Not intended by air.
Vessel: Paint, 3, UNi1263, PG III (Stowage Category "A")


SECTION II - PHYSICAL/CHEMICAL CHARACTERISTICS
1) BOILING POINT 392° at 5 mm Hg
2) SPECIFIC GRAVITY (Water = 1) 1.2 at 20°F / 4°C
3) VAPOR PRESSURE 0.003 mm Hg at 77°C
4) MELTING POINT 37°C
5) VAPOR DENSITY (air = 1) 8.6
6) EVAPORATION RATE N/A
7) SOLUBILITY IN WATER Soluble in many organic solvents
8) WATER REACTIVE N/A
9) APPEARANCE & ODOR White to pale yellow liquid

SECTION III - FIRE AND EXPLOSION DATA
  1. FLASH POINT & METHOD:

    425°F (COC)

  2. AUTO-IGNITION TEMPERATURE:

    No Determinable Amount

  3. FLAMMABILITY LIMITS IN AIR % BY VOLUME:

    LEL: No Determinable Amount
    UEL: No Determinable Amount

  4. EXTINGUISHER (MEDIA):

    Dry chemical, carbon dioxide, foam, halon, or water fog.

  5. SPECIAL FIRE FIGHTING PROCEDURES:

    For fires involving this material, do not enter any enclosed or confined fire space without proper protective equipment, including self-contained breathing apparatus. See hazardous decomposition products. Read the entire MMaterial Safety Data Sheet (this sheet & Part A)..

  6. UNUSUAL FIRE AND EXPLOSION HAZARDS:

    Some of these materials may burn, but none of them ignites readily. Container may explode violently in the heat of fire.


SECTION IV - REACTIVITY HAZARD DATA
  1. STABILITY:

    Stable

  2. CONDITIONS TO AVOID:

    N/A

  3. INCOMPATIBILITY (Materials to Avoid):

    Keep away from strong oxidizing agents. Avoid contamination with water, acids, carbon dioxide, or strongly alkaline materials. Contamination with these materials may produce extreme pressure resulting in the explosive rupture of closed containers.

  4. HAZARDOUS DECOMPOSITION PRODUCTS:

    Normal combustion forms carbon dioxide and water vapor and may produce oxides of nitrogen; incomplete combustion can produce carbon monoxide. Thermal decomposition may produce hydrogen cyanide, benzene, toluene, and acetaldehyde at temperatures above 500°F.

  5. HAZARDOUS POLYMERIZATION:

    Will not occur.


SECTION V - HEALTH HAZARD DATA
  1. PRIMARY ROUTES OF ENTRY:
    1. Inhalation-yes
    2. Skin absorption-yes
    3. Ingestion-no
  2. CARCINOGEN LISTED IN:
    1. NTP - no
    2. IARC MONOGRAPH - no
    3. OSHA - no
  3. HEALTH HAZARDS:
    1. ACUTE: See emergency first aid procedures.
    2. See emergency first aid procedures.
  4. SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS OF EXPOSURE:

    Depending on concentration and length of exposure, breathing vapor or mist can produce signs and symptoms which may include coughing, shortness of breath, bronchial irritation, chest discomfort, and reduced pulmonary function.

  5. MEDICAL CONDITIONS GENERALLY AGGRAVATED BY EXPOSURE:

    Breathing this material at concentrations in air that exceed the federal OSHA exposure standards can cause respiratory irritation or discomfort and may cause an allergic respiratory response which may result in asthma-like attacks.

  6. EMERGENCY FIRST AID PROCEDURES:

    Seek medical assistance for further treatment, observation and support if necessary.

  7. EYE CONTACT:

    Flush eyes immediately with fresh water for at least 15 minutes while holding the eyelids open. If irritation persists, see a doctor. Chemical safety goggles must be worn if there is any chance of contact with eyes.

  8. SKIN CONTACT:

    Remove contaminated clothing and wash skin thoroughly with soap and water. Launder contaminated clothing. Discard contaminated non-waterproof shoes and boots.

  9. INHALATION:

    If there are signs or symptoms as described in this bulletin to breathing this material, move the person to fresh air. If breathing has stopped, apply artificial respiration. Call a doctor.

  10. INGESTION:

    If swallowed, give water or milk to drink. Call for medical advice. Consult medical personnel before inducing vomiting. If medical advice cannot be obtained, then take the person and product container to the nearest medical emergency treatment center.


SECTION VI - CONTROL AND PROTECTIVE MEASURES
  1. RESPIRATORY PROTECTION (Specify type):

    Wear approved respiratory protection such as a self-contained breathing apparatus or an air-supplying respirator unless ventilation is adequate to keep airborne concentrations below the federal OSHA exposure standard.

  2. PROTECTIVE GLOVES:

    Chemical resistance gloves recommended

  3. EYE PROTECTION:

    Chemical safety goggles

  4. VENTILATION TO BE USED:
    1. Local exhaust: See other.
    2. Mechanical (general): See other.
  5. OTHER (Specify):

    Use adequate ventilation to keep the airborne concentrations of this material below the federal OSHA exposure standards.


SECTION VII - PRECAUTIONS FOR SAFE HANDLING AND USE/LEAKS
  1. STEPS TO BE TAKEN IF MATERIAL IS SPILLED OR RELEASED:

    1. Stop source of the leak or release.
    2. Clean up releases as soon as possible, observing precautions in the Special Protective Information section.
    3. Contain liquid to prevent further contamination of soil, surface water, or ground water.
    4. Clean up small spills using appropriate techniques such as absorbent materials or pumping.
    5. Where feasible and appropriate, remove contaminated soil.
    6. Follow prescribed procedures for reporting and responding to larger releases.

  2. WASTE DISPOSAL METHODS:

    Place contaminated materials in disposable containers and dispose of in a manner consistent with applicable regulations. Contact local environmental or health authorities for approved disposal of this material.

  3. ENVIRONMENTAL IMPACT:

    This material may be toxic to aquatic organisms and should be kept out of sewage and drainage systems and all bodies of water.

  4. PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN IN HANDLING AND STORAGE:

    N/A