GAF - OlyBond 500™ and OlyBond 500™ SpotShot Adhesives

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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION Basic Use: OlyBond500 ™ is used to adhere a variety of board stocks to a variety of roof substrates in both new and re-roof applications. It can also be used to adhere insulation board to insulation board. OlyBond500 ™ is dispensed in a semi-liquid bead that spreads to...

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OlyBond 500 and OlyBond 500 SpotShot Adhesives

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

  • OlyBond500 is a dual component polyurethane adhesive that is applied using the specially designed PaceCart or PaceCart 2 dispenser.
  • The OlyBond500 Spot Shot (28 oz tubes) which is sold as a two part set (Part 1 & Part 2). The tube set is to be used with the Spot Shot Application Gun.

Basic Use:

OlyBond500 is used to adhere a variety of board stocks to a variety of roof substrates in both new and re-roof applications. It can also be used to adhere insulation board to insulation board. OlyBond500 is dispensed in a semi-liquid bead that spreads to several inches before rising 3/4"–1" above the substrate. The board stock is placed into the adhesive and walked into place. A chemical cure takes place in approximately 4 to 8 minutes after application, depending on temperature and weather conditions.

Compatible Roof Decks and Substrates:

  • Lightweight structural concrete
  • Poured in place structural concrete
  • Pre-cast concrete
  • Treated plywood (5/8" min. thickness)
  • Various smooth BUR and modified bitumens
  • Steel-22 gauge or lower with approved cross section
  • Existing sprayed in place polyurethane foam
  • Cementitious wood fiber plank
  • Base Sheets
  • Insulating concrete
  • Gypsum

Compatible Roof Insulation:

  • Expanded polystyrene
  • Polyisocyanurate
  • HD Wood Fiber
  • Dens-Deck®
  • Perlite

Potentially Non-compatible substrates:

(These and any other substrates not listed above must be reviewed and approved by the Roofing Membrane Manufacturer.)

  • Coal tar pitch BUR
  • Gravel surfaced BUR

Application Features:

  • No thermal shorts caused by fasteners
  • Chemical cure results in faster set-up time
  • No pre-drilling into concrete
  • Rapid application
  • Strengthens system
  • Reduces re-roof and construction noise

Post-application features:

  • Board stock is securely adhered to substrate
  • Lowers potential for building contamination
  • Wind uplift resistance is maximized

Composition and Materials:

OlyBond500 is a dual component, reaction cure polyurethane adhesive. The blowing agent is water (no HCFC). OlyBond adhesive is available in 5 gallon sets of diisocyanate (Part 1) and resin (Part 2) or in a dual tube set (Part 1 and Part 2).

Limitations:

Do NOT use OlyBond500 Adhesive:

  • with isocyanurate board stock larger than 4' x 4'.
  • when ambient or substrate temperatures are below 45°F or above 120°F.
  • during inclement weather.
  • on wet surfaces.
  • on any roof deck that shows signs of deterioration or loss of structural integrity.
  • on dirty or grease-laden surfaces.
  • after the expiration date. Contact Olympic at 800-633-3800 for options and instructions.

TECHNICAL DATA

OlyBond500 adhesive is packaged in 5 gallon sets consisting of Part 1 (diisocyanate) and Part 2 (resin) or in dual tube sets (Part 1 and Part 2). OlyBond500 is approved by most Roof System Manufacturers and is approved by FM.

Temperatures:

Containers should be stored between 45°F and 95°F. At these temperatures, the shelf life is 12 months from the date of manufacture. Check each product temperature with a clean thermometer. The minimum product temperature before putting into the OlyBond500 dispenser must be 72°F. The minimum ambient and surface temperatures must be 45°F or above.

SURFACE PREPARATION

Lightweight Concrete, Structural Concrete, and Plywood:

These surfaces must be free of any debris, dirt, oil, grease, and standing water before applying OlyBond500 adhesive.

Built Up (BUR) and Modified:

Surfaces must be free of any debris, dirt, oil, grease and standing water. Contact the Roofing Membrane Manufacturer for details.

Steel:

The upper flange of the steel deck (bonding surface) must be free of debris, dirt, grease, oil, and standing water. On new steel, the shop coating must be removed. The bonding surface must be free of any cleaner before applying OlyBond500 adhesive.

Insulation:

Review the roofing insulation plan. Isocyanurate insulation boards to be attached must be no larger than 4' x 4'. When installing multiple layers of boards, apply the boards using staggered joints.

Existing Polyurethane Foam:

Remove the surface of the polyurethane roof, including the coating, with a scarifier (minimum 1/2"). The bonding surface should be blown clean before applying OlyBond500 adhesive.

Metal:

OlyBond500 adhesive has excellent adhesion to clean metal. Prime all non-ferrous metals (aluminum, copper, stainless, etc.) to further increase adhesion. Acceptable primers include epoxy, chlorinated rubber, and wash primer.

PRODUCT INSTALLATION

  • PaceCart, pour Part 1 and Part 2 components into their respective hoppers on the dispenser.
  • For PaceCart 2, install Part 1 and Part 2 components following instructions on Bag-in-Box package.
  • Open flow valves on the dispenser completely and turn machine on. This allows material to be pumped at a 1:1 ratio through the static mixing tip and onto the substrate in a semi liquid state. Apply fluid mixture in rows spaced 12" on center that spread to several inches wide before rising 3/4"-1". The insulation board is then laid into place and walked in to assure complete adhesion. Curing takes place in 4 to 8 minutes.

Spot Shot:

Remove stopper from cartridge and attach mixing tip. Insert cartridge into the appropriate 1:1 ratio caulking gun. Using a steady trigger motion, apply OlyBond500 adhesive to the substrate.

Application:

Apply the fluid mixture in rows spaced 12" on center that spread to several inches wide before rising 3/4" to 1" long. Lay the insulation board into position and walk into place to assure complete adhesion. Continue walking on boards until adhesive sets (4-8 minutes). Typical coverage rates are between .75 and 1.25 gallons per 100 square feet, resulting in the board achieving 60 to 75% adhesion. The application rate must be increased for rougher surfaces and will vary depending on roughness.

Reaction Time:

OlyBond500 adhesive is designed to react at a slower rate than spray polyurethane foam. It is important to vary the speed of the reaction in relation to the temperature (substrate and ambient) at time of application to ensure a complete reaction process. Review the chart below for correct Part 2 component selection.

Typical Handling Characteristics

(Tack Free and Set Up Time, minutes)

TEMPERATURECOMPONENTBFORMULATACK FREE SET UP
45° - 60°FW812
60° - 80°FR712
80° + FS712

Important:

When applying OlyBond500 adhesive, board stock must be placed into the adhesive while it is still wet and tacky (before it reaches its tack free state). Place insulation boards into the adhesive shortly after it has reached its maximum rise. This typically occurs within 2 minutes.

AVAILABILITY AND COST

OlyBond500 adhesive is available throughout the USA by contacting your GAF sales representative. Deliveries directly to job sites and to specific locations are available.

Cost:

OlyBond500 adhesive pricing information can be obtained by contacting your GAF sales representative.

WARRANTY

When the OlyBond500 adhesive is installed in accordance with these specifications, Olympic Manufacturing Group issues a 10-year limited material warranty on the adhesive. The OlyBond500 adhesive may also be included in various system warranties issued by the Roofing System Manufacturer; contact the Roofing System Manufacturer directly for more information. To obtain a Roofing System Warranty, the installer must contact the Roofing System Manufacturer prior to the start of the project to review and determine the adhesion requirements of the substrate and to ascertain the Manufacturer’s procedures and requirements for obtaining a system warranty.

HANDLING & STORAGE

Keep containers closed and store in a well ventilated, cool, dry place. For long term storage, partially empty containers should be filled with dry inert gas at atmospheric pressure to avoid reaction with moisture.

WARNING

Contamination by moisture or basic compounds can cause dangerous pressure build-up in a closed container. Store between 45°F and 95°F. Protect from freezing.

CAUTION!!!

FIRST AID

Ventilation - use with adequate ventilation and close containers when not in use. If TLV (Total Level of Vapor) is exceeded, respirators are required (NIOSH/MSHA). Inhalation of high vapor concentration may result in headaches and/or dizziness. Remove individual to fresh air and administer oxygen if breathing is difficult. If breathing has stopped, administer artificial respiration, keep victim warm and order emergency medical attention immediately. Ingestion - If swallowed, give large amounts of water to dilute. If vomiting occurs, give more water. Call a physician immediately. Eye Contact - Rinse immediately with water for 15 minutes and seek medical advice. Personal Protection - Irritation may result from prolonged or repeated contact with skin. Wear chemical resistant gloves, protective goggles and protective clothing, if needed. In case of contact with skin, wash affected area with soap and water. Remove all contaminated clothing and shoes. Wash clothing before re-use. Discard contaminated shoes.

ENVIRONMENTAL HAZARD

Polymeric Methylene Diphenyl Diisocyanate contained in Part 1 Component may cause pollution. Do not discharge into the ground, soil, lakes, streams, ponds or public waters. For guidance, contact your regional office of the EPA.

DISPOSAL

Spilled material, unused contents and empty containers should be neutralized with water and disposed of in accordance with local, state and federal regulations.

Product Data Specification

TYPICAL PHYSICAL PROPERTIES

Density ASTM D-1622
Free Rise 3.2 lb/cf
Compressive Strength ASTM D-1621
Parallel 38 psi @ 6% deflection
Tensile Strength ASTM D-1623 35 psi
Water Absorption ASTM D-2843 5.1%
Closed Cell Content ASTM D-2856 90% min.
R-Value 3.8 new
Weight/Gallon (Liquid components) “Part 1” Component = 10.32 lbs.
“Part 2” Component = 8.54 lbs.
Viscosity (Liquid components) “Part 1” Component = 225 cps
“Part 2” Component = 275 cps

GAF
1 Campus Drive
Parsippany, NJ 07054
Tollfree: (800) 766-3411
Web site: http://www.gaf.com





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