Check out all of our Standard and Premium SEALGUARD SILICONE colors.
The VFI Standard Line includes:
The VFI Premium Line includes:
Please contact Volatile Free, Inc. for pricing on premium and custom colors. A color chip must be submitted for color matching. Pricing for custom colors will be determined once the color has been matched and approved. VFI will do whatever it takes to maintain color consistency in each batch, however, it is possible for small color variations to occur. Weather conditions, application
technique and substrate texture may affect the product’s gloss and color. Minimum order size is 30 gallons per color, or a small order additional charge will be applied. Allow a minimum of seven business days. Lead-time is based upon color matching, approval by customer and lead times of pigments. Custom colors may not be returned. All pricing is F.O.B Volatile Free, Inc. –Brookfield, WI. Pricing is subject to change.
Bailey Hall at Fort Scott Community College was experiencing roof seam leaks. The Modified Bitumen roof was starting to alligator where past repairs had been made with asphaltic material.
Washington Roofing & Insulation chose to use the ultimate Volatile Free, Inc. Roofing System. This includes:
VFI-#11 Water Based Epoxy Primer
VFI-727 Polyurethane Spray Foam
VFI-3600 Polyurethane Basecoat
SEALGUARD VFI-990 SILICONE
Washington Roofing & Insulation used VFI-727 Polyurethane Spray Foam around the perimeter of the roof, roof units and all protrusions. They then treated every seam with VFI-3600 Polyurethane Base Coat for the best security and to make them water tight. Last, they coated the roof with UV Stable High Solids SEALGUARD VFI-990 SILICONE.
This roof had been leaking for quite some time into the classroom below. This system stopped all leaks, restored integrity to the roof and saved the college a costly tear off.
VFI-#11 Water Epoxy is a general purpose, two component, water based, epoxy primer. It provides excellent adhesion and superior strength to most metal, mod bit/BUR single-ply, concrete and wood.
VFI-727 Polyurethane Spray Foam is a spray applied, polyurethane, roofing insulation foam. When combined with SEALGUARD VFI-990 SILICONE, it forms a superior barrier that can extend an existing roof’s life. VFI-727 Polyurethane Spray Foam is UL certified.
VFI-3600 Polyurethane Basecoat is a two component, aromatic polyurethane coating that forms a tough elastomeric membrane, that provides waterproofing and impact resistance when applied to the existing roof substrate.
The SEALGUARD VFI-990 SILICONE is a cool roof coating and is UL, Energy Star, Miami Dade, and T24 certified. SEALGUARD VFI-990 SILICONE is also a single component, high solid roof coating. It forms an elastomeric, waterproof, white membrane that protects your roof from water damage and UV deterioration.
In the fall of 2016, Volatile Free, Inc. (VFI) Representative, Adam Scheafbauer, was contacted by Mid Central Contract Services, to inspect the existing 57,000 square feet granulated modified bitumen roof after hearing reports of hail damage. A thorough visual inspection quickly confirmed the hail damage. Adam Scheafbauer immediately started working with Stan Hudson, of Mid Central Contract Services, and Stan Williams, a professional roofing and insurance expert, to determine the best way to address the situations and determine a plan of action to prevent further damage to the system from moisture intrusion.
Discussions were held with the owner and the insurance company, and the team presented a proposal that eliminated the need for costly tear-off and replacement that could disrupt their day to day operations. There was concern about initial moisture intrusion into the existing system as a result of the hail damage. To mitigate this concern, a company specializing in proprietary engineering systems came to the rescue. It’s special one way vents were sealed in place around the perimeter of the roof, to vent/dry out any moisture present in the damaged membrane. Once the vents were installed, the cleaning and prep process began. The new roof system was installed according to the specific design established for each of the ten roof areas in order to meet the qualifications and specifications of VFI’s warranty. Adjacent buildings at the facility were also inspected. As a result, another 64,000 square feet of metal deck was prepped, primed and coated with SEALGUARD VFI-990 SILICONE by Mid Central Contract Services. At the request of the owner, 23,000 square feet of uninsulated metal roof first received the VFI-727 Polyurethane Spray Foam to eliminate condensation in that particular structure. To protect the spray foam insulation, from future hail damage, 24 mils of VFI’s high impact resistant polyurea was installed and then top coated with the SEALGUARD VFI-990 SILICONE for UV protection. In all, upon completion, nearly 150,000 square feet of roofing is watertight and currently under warranty with the SEALGUARD VFI-990 SILICONE system.
Watch a certified VFI contractor apply VFI-727 Polyurethane Spray Foam and our SEALGUARD VFI-990 SILICONE! This superior roof coating system is more cost effective and features low VOCs. Avoid a costly roof tear off and simply re-coat with the VFI Roof Coating System!
Washington Roofing & Insulation, Inc. use VFI Silicone and Spray Foam
Over the last 30 years, Cottey College has worked with Washington Roofing & Insulation on several roofing projects across campus. For this project, they were looking to repair the roof over the college’s gym and pool area.
The roof was originally completed with a spray polyurethane foam and silicone top coat. The roof had become worn over time and the customer was looking at restoration options. They also wanted to incorporate large solar panels. Washington knew it would be important to use a quality spray polyurethane foam and silicone system to make the roof as smooth as possible.
Washington Roofing specializes in spray polyurethane foam and elastomeric coating applications and have completed millions of square feet of roofing and waterproofing projects in their 30 plus years of experience.
Washington Roofing & Insulation has had a strong relationship with VFI representative, Adam Scheafbauer for years. They chose to use VFI-727 Polyurethane Spray Foam and SEALGUARD VFI-990 SILICONE due to the longevity of these products.
The process included removing about 1-1.5 inches of old foam and replacing it with VFI-727 Polyurethane Spray Foam.
1. Power wash roof area
2. Scarify roof area
3. Apply 2.5 gallons per 100 square feet of SEALGUARD VFI-990 SILICONE coating
4. Apply .5 gallons per 100 square feet of SEALGUARD VFI-990 SILICONE with broadcasted granules
Did you know that Volatile Free, Inc. is a member of the Cool Roof Rating Council?
Currently, VFI has three products that qualify for the CRRC rating. These include:
SEALGUARD VFI-990 SILICONE
SEALGUARD VFI-991 SILICONE
VFI-605 Acrylic Top Coat
How to qualify VFI had the solar reflectance and thermal resistance tested to qualify each product. These are rated on a scale from 0 to 1, where 1 is the most reflective or emissive. The CRRC measures these two properties for roofing products, both for the product’s initial values and after three years of outdoor exposure. See image below:
SEALGUARD VFI-990 SILICONE
SEALGUARD VFI-991 SILICONE
Cool Roof benefits for Building Owners
A cool roof will reduce overall utility costs. Your building will remain much cooler thus decreases your use of air conditioning during the hot summer months. The incorporation of VFI’s cool roof coatings will reduce maintenance costs and extend the overall roof life. The average energy savings range from 7-15% of total cooling costs.
The diagram above shows the sun hitting a cool roof substrate. The roof will absorb some of the heat, but solar reflectance and thermal emittance will come into play projecting the heat out.
VFI’s cool roof coatings can be applied on Metal, Mod Bit/BUR, Single-ply and over our VFI-727 Roofing Foam.
Contact VFI today for more information! You could avoid a costly roof tear off and simply re-coat with our Silicone or Acrylic Roof Coatings.
Check out The Cool Roof Rating Council web site for more information: Cool Roofs
Volatile Free, Inc. offers damp proofing/waterproofing coatings to protect your building Brookfield, WI (April, 2017) – The leadership at Volatile Free, Inc. (VFI) has added three new coatings to a diverse product line. The new products include: VFI-608 Below Grade Waterproofing System, VFI-690 Waterproofing Primer and VFI-695 Clear Wall Sealant/Water-repellent.
VFI-608 is designed for waterproofing below grade masonry surfaces such as foundation, basement and retaining walls. VFI-690 is designed to seal pores in all types of masonry walls prior to top coating with an exterior acrylic paint of the owner’s choice. VFI-695 is intended for use on bare brick and stone walls and provides a durable, clear protective barrier against water and dirt.
“The addition of this product line allows us to offer our customer’s more waterproofing solutions,” says VFI President, Nancy Hochmuth
Volatile Free, Inc. has been in business for over 20 years, manufacturing high performance polymers. Since 1995, VFI has successfully manufactured polyurethane spray foam, silicone, acrylic, urethane and related products. Utilizing advanced techniques in chemistry and technology along with steady company growth, demonstrates Volatile Free Inc.’s commitment to provide quality products and services. VFI’s success is due to the strong relationships they have built while maintaining and improving their products.
To learn more about VFI’s new and certified products visit at www.volatilefree.com. To place an order call (800)307-9218. Visit Volatile Free, Inc. at the 2017 Florida Roofing & Sheet Metal Expo!