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Product description:
Rubber is a water dilutable high build roof coating based on acrylic dispersions.

Product properties and use:
Rubber is suitable for roofs of fibre cement, concrete, and bitumen. Rubber is especially suitable for rather old roofs primed with Eternit Primer.
The coating is a high build coating that is very flexible, lightfastness, and weather-stable. It has good adhesion abilities and creates a good strong water-repellent surface.
Not usable on clay tiles and natural slate.

Technical data

Water dilutable coating based on acrylic dispersions.

Standard colours: Black, anthracite grey dark, slate grey, anthracite grey, light grey, black blue, royal blue, forest green, bordeaux, dark brown, mocca, red brown, oxide red, tile red R-728, tile red and Swedish red.
Other colours are available on demand.

Packaging sizes:
20 l

1,25 – 1,32 kg/l depending on colour

10.000 - 14.000 cPs

Dry content:
Approx. 54 weight %, approx. 41 vol. %

5 - 6 at 60°

Pull-off test:
On concrete tiles: 2,4 MPa
On fibre cement tiles: 2,5 MPa

Spreading rate:
2,5 – 5 m2/l


  Theoretical spreading rate 

 Recommended layer thickness, 1. layer 



5,0 m2/l

200 µm

80 µm

  Recommended layer thickness, when 2 layers 

2,5 m2/l

400 µm

160 µm

The practical spreading rate depends on application method, form and surface of the material.

The roof must be cleaned thoroughly using high-pressure and Iso A-Clean.
The surface must be clean, dry, and sustainable.

The coating must be stirred before use

To be used undiluted. On concrete tiles, dilute with 10 – 15 % water when applying the first layer.

Application temperature:
The temperature must be between 8° C and 30° C, and
Application method:
Brush, roller, or airless, nozzles 19 – 23, 180 – 220 bar.
To ensure the right layer thickness, apply the paint in two layers, each with a layer thickness of 200 µm.

Always make a test coat to ensure the compatibility of product and surface.

It is recommended to maintain coated roofs with a treatment with Iso A-Clean every second year – in order to keep the surface nice and clean.

Drying time:
Laboratory tests

 Wet layer thickness 200 µm 

 20 °C / 65 % RH 

Touch dry

2 hours


4 hours

Fully cured

24 hours 

The drying time and time for recoating depend on layer thickness, temperature, relative air humidity, and air circulation.

Cleaning of equipment:
Water and soap

Cool, protected from frost, in tightly closed packaging, and out of reach of children

No spillage into drains, to be disposed of at the local recycling centre

VOC: Max. 40 g/l (Kat. A/d)

ISO Rubber



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