BFC-9000 baffle coating is a thick, brown petroleum base coating that imparts a smooth wax-like film to various substrates. It is designed for use in areas where paint buildups occur and require mechanical removal. BFC-9000 is ideally suited for coating flood sheets, curtain walls, and back sections of paint booths, for interiors of paint ventilation stacks, and wherever paint adheres to surfaces making its removal difficult. And being petroleum base, BFC-9000 has the added advantage of imparting rust protection to steel surfaces.
Appearance: Thick, brown liquid
Viscosity: 1,000 – 3,000 cps
Specific Gravity: 0.81 – 0.84
BFC-9000 is used as received. It can be applied by brush, roller or airless spray, with spraying being the preferred method of application. Once the product dries, a wax-like film forms on the substrate preventing the attachment of paint to the surface. If used where water contact occurs, for example, to coat flood sheets or curtain walls, BFC-9000 should be allowed to dry thoroughly. This will prevent its premature removal by the impinging water.
Easy to use
No SARA or HAP reportables
Note: The above information and recommendations concerning this product are based upon our laboratory tests and field use experience with this or similar products. However, since conditions of actual use are beyond our control, any recommendations or suggestions are made without warranty, express or implied. Manufacturer’s and seller’s sole obligation shall be to replace that portion of the product shown to be defective. Neither shall be liable for any loss, damage, or injury, direct or consequential, arising out of the use of this product. The information presented herein is our interpretation of certain test results and field experience to date. This information is not to be taken as warranty or representation for which we assume legal responsibility, nor as permission or recommendation to practice any patented invention without a license. It is offered solely for your consideration, investigation and verification.