Product Description
Two component, aliphatic ether based coating systems with a Shore Hardness of 98A or 60 on the "D" scale. It is designed specifically for load release of sticky materials. Typical applications are vacuum truck bodies, snow plow blades, boats, tankers etc.

Mix Ratio
NR-7S Part A
NR-7S Part B
By Weight 100 27


Package Sizes
  Packaged/Sold by Weight
Kit NR-7S Part A
NR-7S Part B
1.0kg 790g 210g
4.8kg 3.94kg 1.06kg
25.4kg 20.0kg 5.4kg
Solids Content
By Weight    66.6%  


Bashore Resilience
Tensile Strength
98±5 Shore A
40% (ASTM D2632-74) 5100psi (ASTM D412-68)


Impact Resistance
Tear Strength
Greater than 160 inch - pounds (ASTM D2794)
Pass 1/8" conical mandrel (ASTM D522) 450 lbs. Die C (ASTM D-624-73)


Abrasion Resistance
Operating Temperature
(ASTM D412-68)
0.0090 grams weight loss per 1000 cycles, H18 wheel, at 1000 gms. (ASTM D1-044-73) -56oC (-70oF) to 93oC (200oF)


Fungus Resistance
Modulus 100%
Weight of Cured Coating
2350 psi (ASTM D412-68)

44 gm/m2 @ 25 microns 0.90 lbs per 100 ft2 at .001" thick


Tack Free Print Free Ultimate Cure
1 hour @ 21oC (70oF) 3 hours @ 21oC (70oF) 5 days at 30 dry mils at 21oC (70oF)


Flash Point: None, Normac NR-7S MEK Part "A" is non-flammable in shipping, storage. The Part B is flammable with a Flash Point of -9oC.


Recoat Times Application Life
Minimum: 10 - 15 minutes
Maximum: 72 hours.
1 hour plus, @ 21oC (70oF)


Volatile Organic Compound (V.O.C.)  
MEK has been removed from the “Hazardous Air Pollutants” list under EPA 70 FR 75047 however the EPA further states that, “Emissions of MEK will continue to be regulated as a volatile organic compound because of its contribution to the formation of ground-level ozone.” It is advised to consider local, state, provincial or federal laws pertaining to the application of solvent based coatings prior to use.  

Safety, Handling and Toxicity

See Normac NR-7S MSDS documentation for specific handling and safe working practices.


Normac NR-7S Part A MSDS

Normac NR-7S Part B MSDS




Normac NR-7S can be sprayed, brushed, rolled or dipped. Spraying is the preferred method of application using standard air or airless spray equipment. Spray nozzle sizes depend upon the article being sprayed, usual range or nozzle openings would be from 0.015 inches to 0.035".

Surface Preparation: Standard surface preparation procedures such as grit blasting to near white/white metal or acid etching concrete is required for good mechanical bonding of the Normac NR-7S sprayable urethane system. For more details see "Normac Surface Preparation Guide for Urethane Coatings."

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22.7m2 @ 25 microns/kg DFT (111 ft2/lb@ .001" DFT). 0.57m2 @ 1mm DFT thickness per kg. (6.11ft2/.040"/lb.DFT).







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