- Bottom coat of two-part Ultra-Ever Dry coating to help repel water and oil from coated surfaces, protecting against corrosion caused by moisture and keeping coated surfaces dry, clean, and free of ice
- Adheres to many surfaces, creating base layer to which Ultra-Ever Dry Top Coat (sold separately) bonds
- Must be applied with Ultra-Ever Dry Top Coat and according to instructions to be effective
- Two-part coating is non-flammable after application and suitable for indoor and outdoor use
- Two-part coating adds a translucent white color and matte finish to coated surfaces
UltraTech 4000 Ultra-Ever Dry Bottom Coat, 1 Quart, Translucent White
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|Number of Items||1|
|Additional Features||Hazmat Class 3 Flammable Liquid, for shipment only within the U.S.|
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UltraTech 4000 Ultra-Ever Dry Bottom Coat, 1 quart, works with the Ultra-Ever Dry Top Coat (sold separately) to form the two-part Ultra-Ever Dry coating which helps repel water and oil from coated surfaces, protecting against corrosion caused by moisture and keeping coated surfaces dry, clean, and free of ice. The bottom coat adheres to many surfaces, creating a base layer to which the Ultra-Ever Dry top coat bonds. This product must be applied with Ultra-Ever Dry Top Coat (sold separately) and according to the instructions to be effective. The two-part coating adds a translucent white color and matte finish to coated surfaces after curing. The Ultra-Ever Dry Bottom Coat uses a solvent called xylene to allow the active ingredients to be sprayed on for a thin, uniform coating. The bottom coat adheres to steel, aluminum, and other metals, as well as plastic, leather, fabric, wood, concrete, and many other materials. The two-part coating is non-flammable after application and suitable for indoor and outdoor use.
The two-part coating is classified as a superhydrophobic coating as it exceeds 150 degrees of contact angle when measuring the sphere of a drop of water on the surface; this means that water, upon contacting the coated surface, forms very round beads which roll off quickly, without leaving the surface moist. It remains superhydrophobic for 30 cycles in a Taber abrasion tester with a CS-10 abrasive wheel. The two-part coating is also oleophobic, which means that it repels refined oil and many other hydrocarbons.
During the application and cleanup of Ultra-Ever Dry coatings, the use of a National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH)-approved P100 half-face respirator with an organic vapor cartridge, safety glasses, and protective gloves is recommended. The two-part coating's durability varies depending on exposure to abrasion, UV rays, and other outdoors conditions; recoating with the top coat will help extend Ultra-Ever Dry's longevity.
Specifications for Ultra-Ever Dry two-part coating (Top Coat sold separately)
|Viscosity (measured with a #3 Zahn cup)||8 seconds|
|Percent of solids||>10%|
|Surface application temperature||50 to 90 degrees F|
|Storage temperature||-40 to 115 degrees F|
|Shelf life||1 year at 77 degrees F|
|Coverage per gallon||240 sq. ft./22. sq. m|
|Working temperature||-30 to 300 degrees F|
UltraTech International manufactures spill containment and environmental compliance products. The company, founded in 1993 and headquartered in Jacksonville, FL, meets International Organization for Standardization (ISO) standard 9002.
This product is intended for purchase and use by industrial, professional, and commercial customers.
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1. Smell: You need lots of ventilation. Make sure you use it outside and you use a gasmask. The smell is very overwhelming
2. The coating is not clear. It is opaque/translucent-white and it essentially produces a "skin" on the item you coat. That "skin" can be scratched off if you scrape hard. We were coating glass.
3. The recommended spray bottles are not necessary. I used cheap 1$ pump style spray bottles and they worked fine.
4. The coatings can damage the material you are spraying so you should be careful.
If the liquid sits on the surface for more than a couple of minutes it stops working.
Basically it is worthless in it's current form.
Also the spray bottles they sell to dispense it cannot spray a fine mist.. so they are useless too. You need high pressure spray equipment to make it work.
Like the other chaps said, a coat of turtle wax is far cheaper and far more effective.
To the contrary, our experience has been incredible!
We applied the 2 part coating system to equipment that is exposed to wet paper mill pulp and previously had to be dried, cleaned and oiled weekly. The pumps were lasting about 9 weeks on average if we did a good job (BTW - these pumps cost $5,700 each just for the pump, not installation, shipping etc.) The best protection previously was to cover them with sheets of plywood (which was awkward because we were constantly trying to arrange the plywood over the pumps but because of the shape of the pumps nothing really provided good protection.)
After coating the pumps with UltraEverDry, we removed the plywood covers and have had 19 weeks of uninterrupted, maintenance free service. The pumps literally shed the pulp and look like they are bone dry and out in the sun, not in the bowels of our facility being rained on 24/7.
If you're in maintenance or a similar field and have a situation where liquids are damaging your equipment, I highly recommend treating it and testing. The cost is negligible compared to the ongoing maintenance and replacement cost of the equipment in question.
I should note that when I first used this product, I put on either too much or too little product. Even using something as common as spray paint requires a bit of practice to get a nice even and thin spray during every pass. This product certainly requires patience during mixing, while applying multiple thin coats, and while drying. A little bit of patience and reading the instructions can go a long way to getting a good result. Using a good sprayer was also very helpful. The pump and trigger sprayers didn't work well at all, but I've been able to use this some HVLP sprayers and this produced good results.
Please also note that I used both the bottom and top coat, and that the top coat needed at least 3 minutes of shaking or mixing.
I found this product worked well to keep some exposed electronics splash proof, to keep metal from corroding and to prevent mud and other watery substances from building up.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
We tried every possible way as shown in the videos, shakking it, etc. Apart from expensive, a total failure.
Dont even bother to try it.
The products are expired a year ago, i would like to get new products.Published 9 months ago by Max wang
It's very easy to see that 5-star ratings are bogus since the people have only reviewed this stuff and no other products. Read morePublished 19 months ago by William D. Mruphy
This product DOES NOT work as shown in their video. The 5 star reviews you see are bogus reviews put there to battle the bad reviews. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Jim McClure
The other 5 star reviews are bogus. They need to make a formula that doesn't dry to a hazy white.Published 21 months ago by Mik
hope it works as great as they say it does....we wont use till spring...on this product..till it warms up here in iowaPublished on February 4, 2014 by lisa
This stuff really works when you apply it according to directions. I learned the hard way. But if you shake it very well they way they tell you to and then apply the base coat back... Read morePublished on January 28, 2014 by Joseph F. Collerd
Thought the application was easy. The biggest thing was the product needed to be properly prepared(I think the instructions say to shake for at least 5 - 10 minutes) or else it... Read morePublished on November 4, 2013 by Jason Y.