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Old 12-21-2021, 09:39 AM   #15
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I read your review, as I have a 2014 3920 toy hauler, and have an interest in maybe updating to the FRED version....

I have a question about one of your statements.

You wrote:

"While the suggested Garage Weight is 1500 pounds- This could be increased if you're not towing, don't use the 20 gal fuel station, or don't have a washer dryer."

Unless I misunderstand your statement, you seem to suggest that the garage weight limit is based on weight of the motorhome, aft the rear axle...

I was wondering if you checked this with Newmar engineering...?

In my 3920, also with a garage weight of 1500 lbs, I do not have the automatic sliding bed/seats option.

I contacted Newmar to find out the weight of those options, and without them, how much my garage load limit would be increased.

Customer service advised me they checked with engineering, and the 1500 lb limit is based on the garage floor. The garage floor itself only has a 1500 lb weight limit.

They told me the weight savings in the garage, without the automatic sliding bed/seat option, does not increase the floor max weight limit of 1500 lbs, since their load is carried by the walls...

They also said that each bed has a static load (stationary) limit of 600lbs and a dynamic load (moving) limit of 450lbs, which does not affect the floor limit.

Forgive me if there has been some major change to the garage floor, that I am not aware of, but I thought I would share the info Newmar gave me about the 1500 lb garage weight limit...
Thanks for your reply and questions - regarding the 3920 / 3927's floor weight, the answer you'll get from Newmar is exactly what they print, which may be in error as the garage length being 10 feet when in fact it's not. Short of a mini dozer what could possible weight 4,000 lbs and be that short.

I feel the ramp weight of 4,000 lbs is way off the mark. It makes little sense a tailgate supported only on one end, could support more than twice the weight of the garage using a structured wood floor sitting directly on a tempered steel frame of the chassis.

Certainly the cantilevered weight of the 3927 will not match that of a pusher with a diesel engine and transmission sitting behind the rear axle.

It’s my personal feeling that when Newmar derived the 1500 lb weight of the garage, they had to consider the following:

A full of diesel fuel
A full tank of gasoline in the Aux tank.
Maximum hitch weight.
Average weight of the 4 compartments under the floor.
Weight of the washer Dryer.
Weight of the electric bed, seat and table.

Therefore, this is the reason they came up with the very low floor weight. I assure you the garage floor could easily carry more than twice that weight they specify. The only limiting factor is after a certain amount of weight, it could begin to effect the great handling of this coach.

Finally, you mentioned a 3920 which has the smaller Ford chassis then the diesel model, I'm thinking Newmar just carried over the old specs of the Ford chassis to the new MC, therefore, the MC would more than likely carry considerable more weight.

Regards - Mike
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Thanks for your reply and questions - regarding the 3920 / 3927's floor weight, the answer you'll get from Newmar is exactly what they print, which may be in error as the garage length being 10 feet when in fact it's not. Short of a mini dozer what could possible weight 4,000 lbs and be that short.

I feel the ramp weight of 4,000 lbs is way off the mark. It makes little sense a tailgate supported only on one end, could support more than twice the weight of the garage using a structured wood floor sitting directly on a tempered steel frame of the chassis.

Certainly the cantilevered weight of the 3927 will not match that of a pusher with a diesel engine and transmission sitting behind the rear axle.

It’s my personal feeling that when Newmar derived the 1500 lb weight of the garage, they had to consider the following:

A full of diesel fuel
A full tank of gasoline in the Aux tank.
Maximum hitch weight.
Average weight of the 4 compartments under the floor.
Weight of the washer Dryer.
Weight of the electric bed, seat and table.

Therefore, this is the reason they came up with the very low floor weight. I assure you the garage floor could easily carry more than twice that weight they specify. The only limiting factor is after a certain amount of weight, it could begin to effect the great handling of this coach.

Finally, you mentioned a 3920 which has the smaller Ford chassis then the diesel model, I'm thinking Newmar just carried over the old specs of the Ford chassis to the new MC, therefore, the MC would more than likely carry considerable more weight.

Regards - Mike
I have to say I doubt Newmar would want to understate its toy hauler's carrying capacity. Not sure the real reason for the limit, but it is likely safety related. Load distribution, center of gravity behind axle, etc.
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Old 12-21-2021, 02:31 PM   #17
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wiring diagrams for cs 3927

Mike

I saw in your review that you mentioned that you put together a wiring diagram for the CS 3927. I was wondering if you could share that?

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I just emailed Cummins and asked if they would recommend the Platinum. I then realized that the SCR system is Freightliner, correct? Thanks.
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Old 12-22-2021, 09:02 AM   #19
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Mike

I saw in your review that you mentioned that you put together a wiring diagram for the CS 3927. I was wondering if you could share that?

Thanks!
Hello I did, I had to map out all the 12 volt and 120 volt wiring for the lithium install, however it's basically notes on pads, boxes and my phone. If I get some free time after this Install, I'll attempt to put together a master diagram and share it on this forum.

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I have to say I doubt Newmar would want to understate its toy hauler's carrying capacity. Not sure the real reason for the limit, but it is likely safety related. Load distribution, center of gravity behind axle, etc.
Thanks for the reply - I agree, manufacturers will always weigh on the safe side. The reason for the very low floor ratings is Newmar does not know your particular loading numbers, so they assume you have the works; towing, diesel fuel, gas, luggage, washer dryer etc. then come up with a safe and very low 1500 lb rating.

As I mentioned in the article, There is no real difference in handling with or without my 1000 lb Can Am in the garage. In Fact, both with and without a load, I'm averaging the same 11-12 mpg. The best way to think of it is how much difference does any owner feel between an empty tank and one that is full. While there is a difference, its very minor. If you do load a 3 wheeler or car in the garage, make sure to "Nose-In" to keep more weight closer to the rear axle.

Certainly, weight is not going to be a problem for the 3927, I feel the published loading was just passed on from the Star's smaller gas chassis and never revised. I estimate the garage can easily handle 3000+ lbs and still exhibit great handling and performance. I say this because 10-12 foot overhangs is nothing uncommon for motor homes. High-End Pushers with rear baths with tile showers and ton's of furnishing as well as the weight of a pushers engine and transmission are all very happy! Therefore, when you look at the whole picture, the 3927 is virtually unloaded by these diesel chassis standards.

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Excellent write up and review. No doubt Newmar will make some needed changes based on your findings.
Enjoy the new toy!
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2021 Canyon Star 3927 specs:
Dry Weight
26,100 lbs.

Payload Capacity
3,900 lbs.

Towing Capacity
6,000 lbs.

GVWR
30,000 lbs.


2020 Canyon Star 3927 specs:
Dry Weight
21,623 lbs.

Payload Capacity
4,377 lbs.

Towing Capacity
5,000 lbs.

GVWR
26,000 lbs.

As you can see, the 2020 model has a payload capacity of 477# greater than the 2021 "diesel"!
The 2021 dry weight is 4837# greater


Compare & draw your own conclusions! Just an "FYI" comment!
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TPMS

Mike

A couple more questions….

TPMS - I assume you did or will install one of these. Where did you locate the repeater for it? And do you know if the 110V outlets in the bay have power on them when the coach is being driven? I was thinking of getting a small 12V transformer plugged into one of the many outlets in the bays to power the repeater.

GPS - Any good solutions for the factory installed XITE?

Thanks!
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Hello I did, I had to map out all the 12 volt and 120 volt wiring for the lithium install, however it's basically notes on pads, boxes and my phone. If I get some free time after this Install, I'll attempt to put together a master diagram and share it on this forum.

Merry Xmas - Mike
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2021 Canyon Star 3927 specs:
Dry Weight
26,100 lbs.

Payload Capacity
3,900 lbs.

Towing Capacity
6,000 lbs.

GVWR
30,000 lbs.


2020 Canyon Star 3927 specs:
Dry Weight
21,623 lbs.

Payload Capacity
4,377 lbs.

Towing Capacity
5,000 lbs.

GVWR
26,000 lbs.

As you can see, the 2020 model has a payload capacity of 477# greater than the 2021 "diesel"!
The 2021 dry weight is 4837# greater

Compare & draw your own conclusions! Just an "FYI" comment!
Many thanks for the replies - While I'm certainly not finding any faults with past Canyon Star's, there is no comparison to the new chassis. While the weights and looks are similar, when it comes to performance, dependability, torque, mileage and more importantly, overall handling and stability the new MC chassis is in a class of its own compared to the older model.

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Mike

A couple more questions….

TPMS - I assume you did or will install one of these. Where did you locate the repeater for it? And do you know if the 110V outlets in the bay have power on them when the coach is being driven? I was thinking of getting a small 12V transformer plugged into one of the many outlets in the bays to power the repeater.

GPS - Any good solutions for the factory installed XITE?

Thanks!
Thanks for the reply and questions - I located the repeater / amplifier in the compartment just forward of the rear axle pass side and powered it from the feed to the compartment lights since I leave this switch on all the time. Remove the light lens and screws there is plenty of room for connections and a fuse.

Regarding 110 volt power - The second compartment forward of the rear axle passenger side has three receptacles. Two of them are powered by the 2000 watt Xantrex inverter and offer 20 amp breaker. One of them is used for a vacuum. The 3rd receptacle is on the tank heat pad 110 v circuit - which is only hot when using shore power.

There is also two other 110 v receptacles under the pull out TV. One has 110v and USB. The other receptacle is used to power the TV.

Merry Xmas - Mike
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I made a number of improvements to my 2016 3921 gas. Toy hauler. See below

I added Banks accessories, intake and exhaust to increase power, five star tuning and liquid spring suspension to improve and drive and ride

Also the ramp surface is terrible and slick. Many times my tires have slipped. I added a non-slip surface used on aircraft carriers in wet conditions. The description is at the end. The black stripes allow me to drive up and into the wheel chock easily











Ramp non skid coating

TECHNICAL DATA- NP210
SLIP RESISTANT (SKIDPROOFER) EPOXY COATING

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:
NP210 is a two component plus aggregate colored high solids epoxy coating that provides a chemical resistant non-slip surface that can stand up to heavy industrial traffic. This product is available in both a regular and super non-slip texture.
RECOMMENDED FOR:
Recommended for coating of concrete, wood or steel for skidproofing ramps, stairs, loading docks, catwalks or other hazardous areas indoor or outdoors.

SOLIDS BY WEIGHT:
96% (+/- 2%) (liquids mixed without aggregate)
SOLIDS BY VOLUME
88% (+/- 2%) (liquids mixed without aggregate)
VOLATILE ORGANIC CONTENT:
Less than 111 g/l
STANDARD COLORS:
Light gray, medium gray, and tile red
RECOMMENDED FILM THICKNESS:
14-18 mils per coat wet thickness
COVERAGE PER GALLON:
89-114 square feet depending on porosity and type of substrate. A standard 2.7 gallon kit will yield 240-308 square feet.
PACKAGING INFORMATION
2.7 gallon kit= 1 gallon part A (10.25#), 1 gallon part B (10.3#) and 20 pounds of a specially blended aggregate.
MIX RATIO:
The mix ratio is 1:1 by volume plus 20# mixed aggregate (volumes approximate)
SHELF LIFE:
1 year in unopened containers
COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH:
8,820 psi @ ASTM D695
TENSILE STRENGTH:
6,230 psi @ ASTM D638
ADHESION:
375 psi @ elcometer (concrete failure, no delamination)
ULTIMATE ELONGATION:
6.4%
FINISH CHARACTERISTICS:
textured
HARDNESS:
Pencil (3H)
GARDNER VARIABLE IMPACTOR:
100 inch pounds direct – passed
ABRASION RESISTANCE:
Taber abraser CS-17 calibrase wheel with 1000 gram total load and 500 cycles= 41 mg loss (neat)
VISCOSITY:
Mixed = 5000-7000 cps with aggregate (typical)
DOT CLASSIFICATIONS:
Part A&B FLAMMABLE LIQUID N.O.S., 3, UN1993, PGIII
Part C “not regulated”
HEAT DEFLECTION TEMP:
59 degrees C, ASTM D648
CURE SCHEDULE: (70°F)
pot life – (1 1/2 gallon volume) ……...……....…………...1-1 1/2 hours
tack free (dry to touch) ……………...…………………..........4-7 hours
recoat or topcoat.....…………….….…............................. ........ 5-8 hours
light foot traffic...…………………...……………...……....10-12 hours
full cure (heavy traffic)... ………...……..……………...….......3-7 days
APPLICATION TEMPERATURE:
60-90 degrees F
CHEMICAL RESISTANCE:
REAGENT RATING
xylene A
methanol A
ethyl alcohol A
skydrol B
10% sodium hydroxide E
50% sodium hydroxide E
10% sulfuric acid B
70% sulfuric acid A
10% HC1 (aq) B
5% acetic acid A
Rating key: A - not recommended, B - 2 hour term splash spill, C - 8 hour term splash spill, D - 72 hour immersion, E - long term immersion. NOTE: extensive chemical resistance information is available through your sales representative.
PRIMER:
Optional
TOPCOAT:
None required. For improved chemical resistance or UV stability, NP321 or NP324 can be used as a topcoat.
LIMITATIONS:
*Color stability may be affected by environmental conditions such as high humidity, low temperature, chemical exposure or exposure to lighting such as sodium vapor lights.
*Colors may vary from batch to batch. Therefore, use only product from the same batch for an entire job.
*This product is not UV color stable. For improved UV stability, a suitable urethane can be used.
*When applying material, roll the product in an consistant manner until the desired texture is obtained.
*Data based on neat resin without aggregate.
*Mixtures of chemicals and applications with exposures to chemicals at elevated temperatures should be thoroughly evaluated before applying.
*Substrate temperature must be 5°F above dew point.
*All new concrete must be cured for at least 30 days prior to application.
*See reverse side for application instructions.
*Physical properties are typical values and not specifications.
*See reverse side for limitations of our liability and warranty.




MIXING AND APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS (NP210)
1) PRODUCT STORAGE: Store product in an area so as to bring the material to normal room temperature before using. Continuous storage should be between 60 and 90 degrees F. Low temperatures or great temperature fluctuations may cause product crystallization.

2) SURFACE PREPARATION: The most suitable surface preparation would be a fine brush blast (shot blast) to remove all laitance and provide a suitable profile. All dirt, foreign contaminants, oil and laitance must be removed to assure a trouble free bond to the substrate. A test should be made to determine that the concrete is dry; this can be done by placing a 4’X4’ plastic sheet on the substrate and taping down the edges. If after 24 hours, the substrate is still dry below the plastic sheet, then the substrate is dry enough to start coating. The plastic sheet testing is also a good method to determine if any hydrostatic pressure problems exist that may later cause disbonding.

3) PRODUCT MIXING: This product has a mix ratio of 10.25# part A to 10.3# part B and 20# mixed aggregate. Standard packages are in pre-measured kits and should be mixed as supplied in the kit. We highly recommend that the kits not be broken down unless suitable weighing equipment is available. After the two liquid parts are combined, add in the provided aggregate and mix well with slow speed mixing equipment such as a jiffy mixer until the material is thoroughly mixed and streak free. After mixing, transfer the mixed material to another pail (the transfer pail) and again remix. The material in the transfer pail is now ready to be applied on the primed substrate. Improper mixing may result in product failure.

4) PRIMING: (optional) Any suitable primer can be used before applying this product, however, it is not required. See the front side of this technical data for primer information.

5) PRODUCT APPLICATION: The mixed material should be applied by a roller or brush at the recommended thickness. Maintain temperatures and relative humidity within the recommended ranges during the application and curing process. It is best to try and roll the product in the same direction for a more uniform appearance.

6) RECOAT OR TOPCOATING: Recoats or topcoats of this product are normally unnecessary. However, if you opt to recoat or topcoat this product, you must first be sure that the coating has tacked off. Always remember that colder temperatures will require more cure time for the product before recoating or topcoating can commence. Before recoating or topcoating, check the coating to insure no epoxy blushes were developed (a whitish, greasy film or deglossing). If a blush is present, it must be removed prior to topcoating or recoating. A standard type detergent cleaner can be used to remove any blush. Many epoxy and urethane coatings are suitable for use as topcoats as well as multiple coats of this product.

7) CLEANUP: Use xylol

8) FLOOR CLEANING: Caution! Some cleaners may affect the color of the floor installed. Test each cleaner in a small area, utilizing your cleaning technique. If no ill effects are noted, you can continue to clean with the product and process tested.

9) RESTRICTIONS: Restrict the use of the floor to light traffic and non-harsh chemicals until the coating is fully cured (see technical data under full cure). It is best to let the floor remain dry for the full cure cycle. Dependent on actual complete system application, surface may be slippery, especially when wet or contaminated; keep surface clean and dry.

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Toy Hauler Improvements

I made a number of improvements to my 2016 3921 gas. Toy hauler. See below

I added Banks accessories, intake and exhaust to increase power, five star tuning and liquid spring suspension to improve and drive and ride

Also the ramp surface is terrible and slick. Many times my tires have slipped. I added a non-slip surface used on aircraft carriers in wet conditions. The description is at the end. The black stripes allow me to drive up and into the wheel chock easily











Ramp non skid coating

TECHNICAL DATA- NP210
SLIP RESISTANT (SKIDPROOFER) EPOXY COATING

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION:
NP210 is a two component plus aggregate colored high solids epoxy coating that provides a chemical resistant non-slip surface that can stand up to heavy industrial traffic. This product is available in both a regular and super non-slip texture.
RECOMMENDED FOR:
Recommended for coating of concrete, wood or steel for skidproofing ramps, stairs, loading docks, catwalks or other hazardous areas indoor or outdoors.

SOLIDS BY WEIGHT:
96% (+/- 2%) (liquids mixed without aggregate)
SOLIDS BY VOLUME
88% (+/- 2%) (liquids mixed without aggregate)
VOLATILE ORGANIC CONTENT:
Less than 111 g/l
STANDARD COLORS:
Light gray, medium gray, and tile red
RECOMMENDED FILM THICKNESS:
14-18 mils per coat wet thickness
COVERAGE PER GALLON:
89-114 square feet depending on porosity and type of substrate. A standard 2.7 gallon kit will yield 240-308 square feet.
PACKAGING INFORMATION
2.7 gallon kit= 1 gallon part A (10.25#), 1 gallon part B (10.3#) and 20 pounds of a specially blended aggregate.
MIX RATIO:
The mix ratio is 1:1 by volume plus 20# mixed aggregate (volumes approximate)
SHELF LIFE:
1 year in unopened containers
COMPRESSIVE STRENGTH:
8,820 psi @ ASTM D695
TENSILE STRENGTH:
6,230 psi @ ASTM D638
ADHESION:
375 psi @ elcometer (concrete failure, no delamination)
ULTIMATE ELONGATION:
6.4%
FINISH CHARACTERISTICS:
textured
HARDNESS:
Pencil (3H)
GARDNER VARIABLE IMPACTOR:
100 inch pounds direct – passed
ABRASION RESISTANCE:
Taber abraser CS-17 calibrase wheel with 1000 gram total load and 500 cycles= 41 mg loss (neat)
VISCOSITY:
Mixed = 5000-7000 cps with aggregate (typical)
DOT CLASSIFICATIONS:
Part A&B FLAMMABLE LIQUID N.O.S., 3, UN1993, PGIII
Part C “not regulated”
HEAT DEFLECTION TEMP:
59 degrees C, ASTM D648
CURE SCHEDULE: (70°F)
pot life – (1 1/2 gallon volume) ……...……....…………...1-1 1/2 hours
tack free (dry to touch) ……………...…………………..........4-7 hours
recoat or topcoat.....…………….….…............................. ........ 5-8 hours
light foot traffic...…………………...……………...……....10-12 hours
full cure (heavy traffic)... ………...……..……………...….......3-7 days
APPLICATION TEMPERATURE:
60-90 degrees F
CHEMICAL RESISTANCE:
REAGENT RATING
xylene A
methanol A
ethyl alcohol A
skydrol B
10% sodium hydroxide E
50% sodium hydroxide E
10% sulfuric acid B
70% sulfuric acid A
10% HC1 (aq) B
5% acetic acid A
Rating key: A - not recommended, B - 2 hour term splash spill, C - 8 hour term splash spill, D - 72 hour immersion, E - long term immersion. NOTE: extensive chemical resistance information is available through your sales representative.
PRIMER:
Optional
TOPCOAT:
None required. For improved chemical resistance or UV stability, NP321 or NP324 can be used as a topcoat.
LIMITATIONS:
*Color stability may be affected by environmental conditions such as high humidity, low temperature, chemical exposure or exposure to lighting such as sodium vapor lights.
*Colors may vary from batch to batch. Therefore, use only product from the same batch for an entire job.
*This product is not UV color stable. For improved UV stability, a suitable urethane can be used.
*When applying material, roll the product in an consistant manner until the desired texture is obtained.
*Data based on neat resin without aggregate.
*Mixtures of chemicals and applications with exposures to chemicals at elevated temperatures should be thoroughly evaluated before applying.
*Substrate temperature must be 5°F above dew point.
*All new concrete must be cured for at least 30 days prior to application.
*See reverse side for application instructions.
*Physical properties are typical values and not specifications.
*See reverse side for limitations of our liability and warranty.




MIXING AND APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS (NP210)
1) PRODUCT STORAGE: Store product in an area so as to bring the material to normal room temperature before using. Continuous storage should be between 60 and 90 degrees F. Low temperatures or great temperature fluctuations may cause product crystallization.

2) SURFACE PREPARATION: The most suitable surface preparation would be a fine brush blast (shot blast) to remove all laitance and provide a suitable profile. All dirt, foreign contaminants, oil and laitance must be removed to assure a trouble free bond to the substrate. A test should be made to determine that the concrete is dry; this can be done by placing a 4’X4’ plastic sheet on the substrate and taping down the edges. If after 24 hours, the substrate is still dry below the plastic sheet, then the substrate is dry enough to start coating. The plastic sheet testing is also a good method to determine if any hydrostatic pressure problems exist that may later cause disbonding.

3) PRODUCT MIXING: This product has a mix ratio of 10.25# part A to 10.3# part B and 20# mixed aggregate. Standard packages are in pre-measured kits and should be mixed as supplied in the kit. We highly recommend that the kits not be broken down unless suitable weighing equipment is available. After the two liquid parts are combined, add in the provided aggregate and mix well with slow speed mixing equipment such as a jiffy mixer until the material is thoroughly mixed and streak free. After mixing, transfer the mixed material to another pail (the transfer pail) and again remix. The material in the transfer pail is now ready to be applied on the primed substrate. Improper mixing may result in product failure.

4) PRIMING: (optional) Any suitable primer can be used before applying this product, however, it is not required. See the front side of this technical data for primer information.

5) PRODUCT APPLICATION: The mixed material should be applied by a roller or brush at the recommended thickness. Maintain temperatures and relative humidity within the recommended ranges during the application and curing process. It is best to try and roll the product in the same direction for a more uniform appearance.

6) RECOAT OR TOPCOATING: Recoats or topcoats of this product are normally unnecessary. However, if you opt to recoat or topcoat this product, you must first be sure that the coating has tacked off. Always remember that colder temperatures will require more cure time for the product before recoating or topcoating can commence. Before recoating or topcoating, check the coating to insure no epoxy blushes were developed (a whitish, greasy film or deglossing). If a blush is present, it must be removed prior to topcoating or recoating. A standard type detergent cleaner can be used to remove any blush. Many epoxy and urethane coatings are suitable for use as topcoats as well as multiple coats of this product.

7) CLEANUP: Use xylol

8) FLOOR CLEANING: Caution! Some cleaners may affect the color of the floor installed. Test each cleaner in a small area, utilizing your cleaning technique. If no ill effects are noted, you can continue to clean with the product and process tested.

9) RESTRICTIONS: Restrict the use of the floor to light traffic and non-harsh chemicals until the coating is fully cured (see technical data under full cure). It is best to let the floor remain dry for the full cure cycle. Dependent on actual complete system application, surface may be slippery, especially when wet or contaminated; keep surface clean and dry.

NOTICE TO BUYER: DISCLAIMER OF WARRANTIES AND
LIMITATIONS ON OUR LIABILITY
We warrant that our products are manufactured to strict quality assurance specifications and that the information supplied by us is accurate to the best of our knowledge. Such information supplied about our products is not a representation or a warranty. It is supplied on the condition that you shall make your own tests to determine the suitability of our product for your particular purpose. Any use or application other than recommended herein is the sole responsibility of the user. Listed physical properties are typical and should not be construed as specifications. NO WARRANTY IS MADE, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, REGARDING SUCH OTHER INFORMATION, THE DATA ON WHICH IT IS BASED, OR THE RESULTS YOU WILL OBTAIN FROM ITS USE. N0 WARRANTY IS MADE, EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED, THAT OUR PRODUCT SHALL BE MERCHANTABLE OR THAT OUR PRODUCT SHALL BE FIT FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE. NO WARRANTY IS MADE THAT THE USE OF SUCH INFORMATION OR OUR PRODUCT WILL NOT INFRINGE UPON ANY PATENT. We shall have no liability for incidental or consequential damages, direct or indirect. Our liability is limited to the net selling price of our product or the replacement of our product, at our option. Acceptance of delivery of our product means that you have accepted the terms of this warranty whether or not purchase orders or other documents state terms that vary from this warranty. No representative is authorized to make any representation or warranty or assume any other liability on our behalf with any sale of our products. Our products contain chemicals that may CAUSE SERIOUS PHYSICAL INJURY. BEFORE USING,READ THE MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET AND FOLLOW ALL PRECAUTIONS TO PREVENT BODILY HARM.
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