PR-1005-L is an aircraft integral fuel tank slosh coating designed as a topcoat or barrier coating, cured to resist prolonged exposure to both jet fuel and aviation gas. It has a service temperature range from - 100F (-73C) to 250F (121C), with intermittent excursions up to 275F (135C). PR-1005-L is a one part, synthetic rubber solution.
The uncured material is a thin syrup suitable for application by brush, filland- drain, dip, or spray. It cures at room temp. by the evaporation of solvent to form a smooth, tough, flexible transparent film having excellent adhesion to common aircraft substrates and polysulfide sealants.
Test results are in accordance with MIL-S-4383 specification test methods. Color: Red; Dry time(77F): 20 mins.; non-toxic.
Has anybody tried this product in an automotive application yet? I want to seal a transparent plastic fuel cell (polyethylene) to prevent staining from contact absorption. Fuel typically contains ethanol! I see this was asked already- does anybody have an answer yet ? Grtzzz......
Per the vendor, it has not been tested with auto gas. Customers can use at their own risk.
It would be best to wait for the PR1422 material to completely cure before applying any other product over it.
We can ship via Fed Ex or UPS Ground within the USA without a hazardous materials fee. All air shipments will be regarded as hazardous goods.
This is made to work with aluminum tanks and should work on fiberglass tanks as well. This will not work on FRP (fiberglass reinforced plastic) tanks.
This material can be poured in the tank, and sloshed around to coat the inside of the tank, but the manufacturer does not offer an estimated coverage.
There is no information regarding painting this material when cured, but it is a type of synthetic rubber compound, so refer to the paint manufacturer to determine if that paint will adhere to a synthetic rubber surface.