Silicone: high solids vs standard solids are the two types of silicone systems you can find in the roof restoration industry.
Both of them have specific features and different qualities, which is why you can use them based on the results you want to achieve.
This blog uncovers the differences between high solids and standard solids in a silicone system.
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Standard Solids Silicone
The standard solids silicone roof restoration system has a lower solids content than the IPP High Solids Silicone System.
It is suitable for spray foam surfaces as the solids content allows it to fill all the pits in the foam.
Also, you can use it as a single-component, fluid-applied restoration system.
The main benefits of standard solids silicone are:
- Double coat application
- Lasts up to 15 years
- Suitable for spray foam surfaces
- You don’t need experience to applied it
High Solids Silicone System
The most evident difference between high solids vs standard solids is that high solids have a higher solids content.
Therefore, there will be more silicone per gallon left on the roof once the product cures.
Indeed, this benefit is essential for roofing contractors who want to save money on labor costs and application time.
In addition, a high solids silicone system can offer you a better warranty program than a standard solids silicone system.
At Instacoat Premium Products, you can trust that our Silicone Roof Restoration System is high-solids.
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By using a high solids silicone system, you will ensure a thicker surface, which will give you the following benefits:
- You can use a single coat application
- Lasts up to 25 years or more
- It can be used on nearly any substrate
- You won’t need as much material on the job
In brief, a high solids silicone system comes with more benefits than the standard solids silicone in the long term.
Standard solids silicone is not a wrong choice if your project is on a tight budget.
However, high solids silicone is much more resistant and it has a longer lifespan.
If you want to learn about Instacoat Premium Products High Solids Silicone System, do not hesitate to contact us.
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