Fiberlock ABC FiberSpray is a convenient means for applying Fiberlock Technologies’ time proven ABC Asbestos Binding Compound asbestos encapsulant. ABC FiberSpray dispenses encapsulant from a unique 8 ounce “airless-spray” can. This CFC-free “airless-spray” technology minimizes asbestos fiber release, and permits application of encapsulant in any position, even upside down (ideal for use inside glove bags). The ABC encapsulant inside each can was found to meet U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) test requirements performed at Battelle Laboratories Under Government Contract# 68-03-2552-T2005. Encapsulation of small, hard-to-access areas can be accomplished quickly and easily, without the need for bulky spray equipment.
- Airless spray encapsulant
- Ideal for use inside glove bags
- Unique spraying technology enables application at any angle
- Coverage: 35 - 40 sq. ft. per can
- Shelf Life: 36 Months Min. (Original Sealed Container)
- Drying Times (@ 70 - 77°F , 50% R.H.): To Touch - 1 hour, To Recoat - 4 hours
- Minimum Application Temp: 50°F (10°C)
- pH: 8
- Flash Point: Non-combustible
- Viscosity at 70°F: 60-75 Kreb Units
- Calculated VOC: 64 grams/liter
- Fire Rating: ASTM E84 Class A
- Package Size: 8 ounce
- Ready to use: Yes
- Product Number: FLK6410 / 6410-8oz
Preparation: Shake well before spaying. If nozzle orifice is clogged, remove the dried film from the cap or replace with an extra nozzle (pro- vided upon request).
Apply ABC FiberSpray by spraying the surface from a distance of 8 to 12 inches.
Encapsulation: Use ABC FiberSpray to effectively encapsulate small areas of asbestos containing material (ACM).
Glovebag Use: Place ABC FiberSpray in the pouch within the glovebag. Apply ABC FiberSpray to seal the friable pipe insulation ends after the insulation has been removed. Use ABC FiberSpray to “lockdown” residual microscopic fibers to the substrate.
Bulk Sample Repair: Apply ABC FiberSpray to friable areas after bulk samples have been removed from the ACM or suspected ACM.
Cleanup: Clean the nozzle with warm soapy water before the coating dries.
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