Presenting Pecora-Deck 800FC, fast-curing, low-VOC, low-odor, field tintable deck coating

Pecora has expanded its Pecora-Deck product line to include 800 FC. This versatile system is seamless. It is a two-component, fluid-applied, elastomeric, polyurethane multi-coat deck coating system. The fast cure allows for reduction in labor cost and facility down time. The system is high solids and low odor for demanding exterior and interior applications. Pecora-Deck is low-VOC and complies with Federal EPA regulations, South Coast Air Quality Management District regulations, Northeast Ozone Transport Corridor regulations and Lake Michigan Air Directors Consortium regulations.

System components consist of P-801-VOC Primer, Pecora-Deck 802 FC Base Coat, Pecora-Deck 804 FC Intermediate/Non-UV Top Coat, Pecora-Deck 806 FC/UV Top Coat and Pecora-Deck Self-Priming Additive. Standard colors include Stone Grey for the 804 FC Intermediate Non-UV Top Coat, and Stone Grey and Desert Tan for the 806 FC Top Coat.

The Pecora-Deck 806 and 806 FC Top Coats now have the added benefit of being field tintable. You can now produce virtually any color in the field through the use of Pecora’s Universal Color Pack System. Forty standard colors are readily available in any application – vehicular or pedestrian. Custom colors are also available. Pecora-Deck 800 FC is a professional system that must be used in conformity with manufacturer’s instructions.

Founded in 1862, Pecora is an American manufacturer of architectural weatherproofing products offering a full line of silicone, urethane and latex sealants specifically formulated to provide superior quality and a wide range of sealant properties for the commercial construction market.

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