A: William, Henry 287 is not rated for water containment or for catchment systems. Henry 287 is a water based acrylic roof coating but we have no information on how runoff would affect fish. The only product that we have that is rated for rainwater catchment systems is Henry 887 TropiCool 100% Silicone roof coating.
A: Help, Henry 287 is made for flat roofs to repair or to seal cracks, splits, seams, etc. It should not be used on shingles. If you have leaks use Henry 208R or Henry 209XR to seal the leaks.
A: Saic, yes, the HE287 will work on this type of roof membrane. You can also use Henry 587 Dura-Brite with a 10 year warranty or Henry 687 Enviro-White with a 12 year warranty and dirt pick-up resistance.
A: Carly, all of our acrylic white coatings have a service temperature of -40 to 180 degrees. Snow should not be a problem provided it just sits on the roof and is not scraped off.
A: Kings, here is what I was able to find out from out tech. support group regarding totes of Henry 287 Solar-Flex. Our IBC containers use the standard 2” threaded buttress fittings, and the most commonly used system would be a threaded 2” buttress adapter with a cam-and-groove fitting. I don’t doubt that there’s a reducer available somewhere that could be used to reduce to a garden hose size, but I’ve not actually seen one. There is also a valve which can be used to control the flow.
A: James, we do not recommend the application of an acrylic roof coating to a rubber RV roof. Acrylics often have a hard time sticking to a rubber roof. The only product that we recommend for RV roofs is Henry 887 TropiCool 100% Silicone because of it's great bonding characteristics. Henry 887 forms a chemical bond that is incredibly strong, much stronger than the normal physical bond formed by acrylc coatings.
A: Gus, we do not warranty the use of our acrylic roof coatings to be applied to stucco walls. You can coat over small parapet walls on the roof with an acrylic but they are not made for the stucco walls of a building.
A: Joe5, a 3/4" to 1" nap roller is the easiest way to apply the coating. You can also spray on larger jobs. If you need the specifications please email me at SRathbun@Henry.com. Thanks for putting your trust in Henry and Home Depot,
A: Scott, yes. For comercial jobs it has been sprayed. For this you will need a commercial sprayer rig that can produce 1,000 to 1,500 PSI, spray 1 to 2 gallons per minute with a tip size of 0.30 to a 0.40. Thanks for putting your trust in Henry and Home Depot.
A: Robert, we do not recommend the application of any of our acrylic white coatings to plastic as adhesion could be an issue.