PERM-A-BARRIER® Adhesive Primer imparts an aggressive, high tack finish on the treated substrate. It is specifically designed to facilitate tenacious adhesion of PERM-A-BARRIER® self-adhered membranes to various substrates including plywood, oriented strand board (OSB), concrete masonry units (CMU) and glass faced .05
- Permeable Formulation
- Excellent adhesion—bonds to substrate and remains permanently pressure sensitive
- Aggressive tack—provides a tenacious bond to substrates such as plywood, OSB, CMU and glass faced wall boards
- Fast drying—increased flexibility for application schedule
- Fast and easy application—by brush or roller
- Low temperature—can be applied at 20°F (-6°C)
- VOC compliant—meets SCAQMD regulators
PERM-A-BARRIER® Adhesive Primer can be used at 20°F (-6°C) or above.
PERM-A-BARRIER® Adhesive Primer is available in 5 gallon pails.
Safety, Storage and Handling Information
PERM-A-BARRIER® Adhesive Primer is flammable in the wet state. Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) are available and users should acquaint themselves with this information. Carefully read detailed precaution statements on product labels and the MSDS before use.
- The VOC (Volatile Organic Compound) content is 135 g/L EPA method 24.
- Best storage temperature is 40–80°F (4–27°C). Lower temperatures can cause increased viscosity of a temporary nature. Rotate stock on a “first in, first out” basis.
- When stored at recommended temperature in the original, unopened container, this product has a shelf life of 12 months from date of shipment.
- Do not apply on EPS/XPS insulation board.
- Use solvent resistant brushes and rollers.
- Keep work area well ventilated.
- Low flash point product. To minimize risk of fire, implement best practices to use only one open container per area.
- Keep away from open flame, sparks, and ignition sources.
All surfaces must be free from frost, dirt, grease, oil or other contaminants. Failure to remove excessive dust may result in compromised adhesion of the membrane to the building envelope.
Apply PERM-A-BARRIER® Adhesive Primer in dry weather with ambient and substrate temperatures above 20°F (-6°C). Surface must be dry and clean. PERM-A-BARRIER® Adhesive Primer can be applied by brush or roller. Typical brushes and rollers designed for use with latex paints may be used. For permeable applications do not exceed 250 - 300 SF/gal (23-28 SM/L). Only primer areas in which the membrane can be applied the same day.
Approximately 250–300 ft2/gal (23–28 m2/L) on glass-mat faced gypsum sheathing such as DensGlass® Gold. Coverage rates may vary depending on substrate type, brand and roughness.
Allow PERM-A-BARRIER® Adhesive Primer to dry until surface becomes tacky. Drying times may vary depending on temperature and humidity conditions. The product is packaged “ready to use.” Do not use any substance to thin this product. Protect from freezing.
Wet PERM-A-BARRIER® Adhesive Primer may be removed using mineral spirits. For dry adhesive, citrus based cleaners may be used.
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Last Updated: 2018-12-07