Fiberlock LBC ‑ Lead Barrier Compound (5 GL)
- Goes on white, dries white
- Coverage of 80-120 sq ft per gal
- Dries in 1-2 hours
- Meets/Surpasses ASTM E-1795 Standard for Lead-Based Paint Encapsulants for both indoor and outdoor use
LBC is a safe and effective alternative to the costly process of lead-based paint removal and is accepted in all 50 states as a permanent lead abatement method.
Current estimates indicate that 38 million homes built before 1978 contain lead-based paint!
LBC Lead Barrier Compound (Type III - Interior/Exterior) is a thermoplastic-elastomeric water based copolymer blended specifically to form a barrier between lead-based paint and the environment. It is a high-solids coating formulated to offer unparalleled coverage, economics and aesthetics while preserving historic and architectural detail.
Fiberlock LBC contains Bitrex®, a bitter-tasting, nontoxic ingredient to discourage oral contact with lead paint. LBC Complies with all EPA and HUD requirements for lead-based paint encapsulation. LBC has been independently tested at David Litter Laboratories, and was found to meet/surpass the ASTM E-1795 Standard for Lead-Based Paint Encapsulants for both indoor and outdoor use.
Can be successfully applied to the proper thickness in one application with most major brands or airless spray equipment. LBC can also be applied by brush or roller for application with surface temperatures as low as 50°F.
Fiberlock LBC must be applied when air and surface temperatures are above 45°F at time of application and for 12 hours thereafter. 14 wet mils are required to achieve the required minimum dry film thickness of 7 dry mils. Always use a wet mil gauge to measure coating thickness during application. Apply a minimum of 2 liberal coats when using a brush or roller.
- Brush: Synthetic, nylon or polyester bristle
- Roller: Synthetic Fiber 3/8”-1/2”nap roller
- Spray Settings:
- Pressure: 1300-2000 P.S.I.
- Tips: .015 to .021 tips
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|This product can expose you to chemicals including Titanium dioxide and Chlorothalonil which are known to the State of California to cause cancer. For more information go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov.
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