4 Emulsion Sealer Skids (16 x 55-Gallon Drums)
When you have frequent jobs or a large area to cover, buying four skids can save you over $500. Add this savings to the free shipping (depending on location, see below) and you can’t lose! If you do driveway work exclusively, this can last you quite a while!
What Makes Asphalt Emulsion Sealer Different?
This asphalt-based product is a newer alternative to the traditional coal-based pavement sealers and provides a more EPA-friendly coverage.
Application and Coverage
This asphalt sealer can be applied with an asphalt sealing brush, asphalt sealer sprayer, or even a squeegee.
- A gallon of pavement sealer will cover around 100 square feet
- One drum can cover 5,500 square feet (anywhere from six to eight residential driveways)
- Four Drums (one skid) contain 220 gallons of sealer and will cover 22,000 SF.
- Four skids have 880 gallons and will cover 88,000 square feet (enough for 2 acres)
You can easily do a subdivision of driveways this, or a large parking lot of a restaurant or hotel.
Dry time only takes four hours, compared to the industry standard of 24-48 hours. Keep in mind that weather conditions such as rain, high humidity, or fog can slightly prolong the drying period. Regardless, you still have a major competitive advantage!
- Airport-quality coverage
- No volatile organic compounds (VOC’s)
- Free shipping to all states except Montana, Hawaii, Alaska, Wyoming, Utah, Arizona, Nevada, Washington, California, and Oregon. At this time, it is not available in Canada.
- This has a non-hazardous waste classification
- This dries the same day whereas the traditional sealer has a dry time of 24-48 hours
- Ships to where you need it whether that is your warehouse or a job site
- The vivid color makes asphalt look new again
- Works great with our line of sealcoat spray systems
- Weight: 2400 lbs per skid
- Water %: 53 Max, 48 Min
- Non-Volatile %: 52 Max, 47 Min
- Ash %: 39 Max, 35 Min
- Sp. Gr. @ 77°: 1.29 Max, 1.19 Min
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