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 We believe our Water Gard 300 epoxy is the BEST Barrier Coat epoxy resin system you can apply to your boat. It is the only "Nuclear Grade"  as well as an epoxy adduct resin system you can purchase for  your boat. A step above other epoxies in terms of properties and performance (which is what you look for in barrier coat epoxies). Call or email and we can talk about your boat and why our barrier coat epoxies are the best you can buy. ABSOLUTE BEST SOURCE for epoxy information, options, USA made products, 24/7/365 help, and support. (EMAIL 603 435 7199)

 

Read about the "Nuclear Grade" time tested, one coat, epoxy barrier coat alternative (Water Gard 300)

Read about the EPOXY ADDUCTS for your best performing barrier coat  epoxy(Water Gard 300)


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Paul Oman, MS, MBA - Progressive Epoxy Polymers, Inc. (floor epoxies, marine epoxies, underwater epoxies, repair epoxies)

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Former Sailing Instructor -- 1976 Yachting Magazine -- Jr. Article Writing contest 1st place winner -- Boat builder -- Founder: Friday Night Kayaking Club


We are the only technology based coating/epoxy/resin company that actively encourages your phone calls, not just during our East Coast work hours but also after/before hours, evening, weekends and even holidays. We're available when you are. We form a personal relationship with our customers and freely share technical information, how to-advice, product information and tips-and-tricks. Speak with a non-salesman technical professional with over 25 years of experience in the resin/coating/epoxy industry (no newbie staffer on the phone lines!).


 

Barrier Coat Epoxies:

 

    Our Water Gard 300 - light blue or white is our most popular barrier coat One coat coverage in most cases. Comes in 3 gal units (about 400 sf coverage per 3 gal kit). 48 oz and 1.5 gal test units available - check it out (then keep for underwater repairs!). For most people, this is the best barrier coat epoxy you can buy (see more below) It is a cyclo-aliphatic epoxy adduct - a chemical step up in performance and quality over standard epoxies. There are other uses for this epoxy too - bilges, chain lockers, head, etc. THE 3 GAL KIT IN WHITE OR LIGHT BLUE IS OUR MOST POPULAR BARRIER COAT EPOXY.

 

PRIMER (optional) A solvent based/thinned epoxy sealer (ESP 155 for example) will also help coating adhesion, as most epoxy paints essentially only bond to the surface - and surface dirt, sanding/grinding dust, weathering, etc. will affect the bond. 30 year old Plastic (i.e. gel coat) is not a great bonding surface to mention nothing about hulls suffering of sun damage (on the hard for several years?) or other forms of weathering. Grinding and especially abrasive blasting pushes dust into the surface as well as causing micro fracturing of the old gel coat. Sanding also pushes dust into the surface.

Consider an  ESP 155  a solvent based epoxy primer even if you are skipping the barrier coat and going direct to bottom paint, or using some other barrier coat epoxy. It is very thin and quick and easy to apply (2 quart kit covers about 150 sf). It is good insurance if you are taking an older hull back to the fiberglass/gel coat surface.

 

 

Corro Coat FC 2100 A - is similar in price and coverage to the Water Gard 300. Comes in 1.5 gal units. Color is gray and it contains feldspar ceramic and Kevlar microfibers for a hard, tough epoxy barrier layer. USE ON WORKBOATS, BOATS THAT GET DRAGGED UP ON THE BEACH, AND WORK IN TRASH FILLED WATERS. The kevlar (tm) sometimes gives a slight texture to the surface. Can be 'touched up' underwater (yes, you can apply this underwater!). Similar coverage (1 coat) with the Water Gard 300. (1.5 gal unit covers about 175 sf). 48 oz test units available - check it out (then keep for underwater repairs!). 

 

 

CM 15™ (hot weather epoxy alternative - use if temps in the upper 80s or 90s) epoxy paint has much more flex than the Water Gard 300™ or FC 2100A epoxy paints which are our most common and popular barrier coat epoxies. On hulls with 'flex' (usually light weight performance hulls), CM 15 would be a better selection. Colors: ivory/yellow or black. One gal units cover about 150 sf. Use only in temps over 75 degrees. Watch video of customer using CM 15 barrier coat  epoxy prior to application of our copper - epoxy bottom paint system.

 

 

TEMP WARNING  Due to pot life issues temperatures in the low 80s are about as warm as you should apply any epoxy to anything. The CM 15 has some solvents and can handle higher application temps Note the while the air might be 82 degrees the hull surface could be in the high 90's - too hot even for the CM 15 epoxy. Application at these temps would probably yield 'orange skin' as the epoxy sets up on almost immediately on the hot surface. Partial fix is adding solvent to the epoxy paint.

 

Why Water Gard 300 epoxy is the BEST in its class:

1. Performance boosted epoxy ADDUCT (the other 'stuff isn't)

2)  can be applied underwater

3) zero VOC - no environmentally unfriendly solvents

4) cycloaliphatic formulation (the other 'stuff isn't)

5) not too thick, not too thin, 1 coat epoxy paint

6) special high-end curing agents allow shipping by air

7) strong user support / feedback (603-435-7199  or email)

8) use with or without an epoxy primer (ESP 155)

9) 24/7 support

10) popular bilge coating too! (see case study)

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In A Nutshell (summary):

 

Barrier Coat 101 - IN A NUTSHELL

 

STEP 1)  Prep the hull removing most or all of the existing paints and coatings.

STEP 2) Fix any blisters as per epoxyproducts.com/blister4u.html using Low V epoxy and Wet Dry 700 kevlar (tm) underwater epoxy (the Wet Dry 700 is one of our epoxies used to save the sunken yacht Banshee it can be applied underwater).

STEP 3) Optionally prime / seal the hull with ESP 155 epoxy primer (not for sale in S. California). Generally used to help sealing and bonding on abrasive blasted (i.e. 'damaged') hulls, sun weathered hulls, or old fiberglass. About 75% of owners prime/seal with ESP 155. This is an important consideration

STEP 4) Using short nap rollers apply a coat of epoxy barrier paint (yielding about 8 - 12  mils of thickness - most sources recommend 10-12 mils). Use CM 15 epoxy on hulls that have a bit of flex or if applying in hot weather (CM 15 has a long pot life and more than ordinary epoxy flex. - coverage 1 gal covers about 150 sf). Most owners use our Water Gard 300 epoxy paint sold in light blue or white - 3 gal unit covers about 400 sf. Also used as a bilge coating).

 Owners also use our gray, Kevlar (tm) reinforced, epoxy paint called Corro Coat fc 2100A. A 1.5 gal unit covers about 150 sf. It is also one of the other epoxies (applied with fiberglass cloth underwater) to save the sunken yacht Banshee. The Water Gard 300 and the Corro Coat fc 2100A also make a good bilge coating - see a Water Gard 300 user example.

STEP 5) 'Scratch up' the surface (recommended) and apply your bottom paint as per manufacturer's direction. Or consider a copper epoxy option (fine copper powder mix into a thin epoxy - our Low V epoxy - and applied to the hull. Get the copper (about 5 pounds per 1.5 gal epoxy kit) on EBAY.



Top List Of 14 Reasons for Using Our Water Gard 300 Barrier Coat Epoxy

(most apply to the FC2100A epoxy and CM15 epoxy too)

 

1) One coat Coverage (excluding optional ESP 155 primer). Your time is worth a lot and products that require multiple coats were never designed for barrier coating.

2) Quotes and info on this page show years of happy users - a proven Barrier Coat epoxy.

3) At one time this product, under a different label,  was approved for potable water tanks over 800 gallons. This is a very pure resin system, no crappy fillers or additives. (our new potable water epoxy is approved for tanks as small as 50 gallons - an amazing size breakthrough).

4) 24/7 phone and email support (go ahead, call right now 603-435-7199). Need to talk on Christmas Day? No problem. Will they answer/call back on Saturday or Sunday? 5:30 AM before you head off to work? We will.

5) This product can be applied underwater with or without fiberglass cloth. Keep left-over product on board. It could save your boat (or your life) in an emergency (along with WET DRY 700 epoxy).

6) This is not just an epoxy paint. It is a CYCLOALIPHATIC  epoxy adduct paint which provides higher quality properties across the board. You won't find any other epoxy adduct formulations available for your boat.

7) Made and sold in the USA by a group of small, entrepreneurial companies. If you want to support you neighbors and small local businesses, this is  your opportunity.

8) Other uses around the boat: bilge coating, icebox, engine room/battery box coatings. Emergency repair kit.

9) We are a better product. Read "Why you should use our Water Gard 300 instead of the competitor's epoxy below.

10) We appreciate your interest and thank you sincerely for your business!

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13) A nuclear grade epoxy coating (under an earlier name - see link below). You don't use crappy products in nuclear facilities. You won't find any other barrier coat epoxy being held to this high of a performance and purity standard.

14) Under a different label approved for fish farm applications in Canada. This is the best water quality, non polluting, marine life safe epoxy you can put on your boat. MAKE SOME FISH HAPPY - USE WATER GARD 300 ON YOUR HULL!

 

Under a different original label Water Gard 300 was approved for potable water and approved with only a handful of other coatings for nuclear reactor use. Water Gard 300 (tm) is one of the highest performance, best quality epoxies in the Marketplace.

 

NOTE: the FC2100 epoxy is a Kevlar (tm) reinforced epoxy coating that can also be applied underwater. The CM15 epoxy is a warm weather coating with lots of flex for an epoxy.


Why you should use our Water Gard 300 Barrier Coat Epoxy instead of the Leading Competition's Epoxy Product

Our leading barrier coat epoxy competitor requires application of five coats of their solvent based epoxy just to reach a minimum mil thickness. Five coats - that is outrageous! That's a lot of product and time wasted. (solvent free Water Gard 300 is a one coat epoxy paint). Requiring multiple coats also tells you it is a solvent based, obsolete "Long Ago" industrial epoxy. Google Epoxy Paints and you'll find that almost all of them are now solvent free (note that our CM 15 summer time barrier coat epoxy does contain solvents). Usually solvents in epoxy paints  is another indicator of an old, outdated, product being retired to the less informed "boat owner" market. Water Gard 300 is actually a higher performance CYCLO-ALIPHATIC EPOXY ADDUCT that can even be applied underwater! This is a step up in performance and quality for other epoxy paints (if they offered a cyclo-aliphatic epoxy adduct as a barrier coat you would certainly know it!  Bilge Coating case study with Water Gard 300  too!

Call us at: 603-435-7199 to talk about your barrier coat options (like, do you need ESP 155 epoxy  primer?  --- Water Gard 300 and ESP 155 are included in our TOP SELLING PRODUCTS catalog.



Hi Paul
I think we have some converts. We barrier coated the bottom of my boat and the guys loved your water gard epoxy. They could not believe how easy it went on and how fast it built up.. they also mentioned they liked the colors blue and white.. They commented on how nice it was to have contrasting colors to see where they left off from coat to coat... I think u will start getting orders out of Daytona Beach very soon... i have been
using your epoxy myself and find it is very easy to work with... I'm glad i took the chance on you. Your epoxy does everything you said it would.  Thanks Mike D
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Subject: Great barrier coat success! Date: Sun, 3 Feb 2002 10:58:06 -0500

Just a quick note to let you know about the great results I got from the Water Gard  epoxy. I just got back in the water with my Sirius 28 "Eleuthera" and I'm extremely pleased with the performance and ease of application. Thanks again for a great product. I highly recommend it as the premiere barrier coat!  Captain D.R.V.



 


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Dec 2008 from Doug: "The following is my opinion of a good company. My affiliation is as a DIY end user. No recompense, no funny business: I've been refurbishing our 1973 ketch and have done some epoxy work in that process. I've never worked with epoxy before this. I talked to several local glass workers and researched on line to learn a bit about epoxy. I searched for different vendors and their prices. I settled on a place in New Hampshire called Progressive Epoxy Polymers. (http://www.epoxyproducts.com)

My first thought was, what a mess of a website. I found it very confusing. Since I first came upon it, there have been improvements made to make it more "user friendly". Aside from that, the site is most informative to this beginning DIY's. I was won over by the explanations, descriptions of chemistries, MSDS's , suggested usages, and personal responsiveness of the owner and his wife. I did a calculation of prices per ounce, approximating the match of the different brand's products. I realize that there is no way I can say I'm comparing the same chemistry of different brands. Nevertheless, Progressive Epoxy prices remain the best I have found.

Progressive Epoxy Polymers is my epoxy source, I recommend them."


"Paul Oman (owner of Progressive Epoxy - 603 435 7199) is a very knowledgeable man , and freely shares his knowledge. His products are high quality and as represented. And he answers his phone."  Ralph


"Boats, boats and more boats.... After 17 years there is still no reason to buy from anyone else,  great product, and great prices and the boats are still looking good." J.F.- 2-2-17


Subject: Barrier Coat Application
Date: Fri, 12 Mar 2004 09:41:16 -0500

Hi there,

I came across your web site as I was researching barrier coating the bottom of my new boat... I expect I should apply a barrier coat... Using your formula (L x Beam x 0.85) I have about 166 square ft of below the waterline surface area. Can you recommend an epoxy, brushes, rollers, thinners etc? I would need to do the job?

Hi Jeff

I think I would purchase a 3 gal kit of our white or blue Water gard 300. one coat is fine, but you will have a lot left over, so might put a stripe coat on leading edge of keel, rudder, etc. then one coat over everything (thus giving two coats on the wear areas). Also consider for the bilge, battery box, chain locker, etc. Another common practice is to alternate coating colors (i.e. blue against a white fiberglass hull, white epoxy on top of blue epoxy, etc. so that you can tell how deep scratches, chips or sanding results have progressed by the 'color coating').

Use our short nap epoxy roller or a paint pad (everyone likes the Rubbermade brand of paint pads sold a Walmart) - bit more control with the paint pad. For clean-up or thinning (if going on too goopy due to low air or surface temp) use MEK or xylene. If you use a 'regular' paint roller, the sticky epoxy sometimes pulls the lint out of a new roller, leaving a fuzzy surface on your hull.

Generally you don't 'officially' need to sand before the bottom paint if applied within a few days (epoxies continue to cure for about a week) but I like to suggest 'scratching up' the surface with coarse sandpaper any - say 30 minutes per side - to break up the glossy, slick surface of these epoxies.

We sometimes suggest a primer under the barrier coat, generally if the fiberglass is old, very dusty, etc. The barrier coat epoxies are solvent free, so all bonding is a surface thing only. If the surface is less than 100%, their could be bond problems. Using our CM 15, solvent based epoxy (20% solvent - very long pot life) will help the bond because the CM 15 will, being thin and containing solvents, penetrate/seal the surface to some degree and provide an ideal fresh epoxy surface for the epoxy barrier coat to bond with. Note that you could use several coats of the CM 15 as your barrier coat too (it's thin, so probably 3, maybe 4 coats). Being thin, it will probably go on with a regular roller instead of an epoxy roller. The CM 15 color is ivory. It has a very long potlife and is probably the epoxy to use in temps over 85 or so degrees F.


Paul (4/2014):

Over the course of the last three days, I applied the black and then the ivory CM-15 epoxy paint to my fiberglass sailboat. It applied beautifully. The temperature ranged from 70 - 75 degrees and the humidity was in the 40-50% range most of the time. The last coat went on last evening about 6:30 pm with humidity creeping up a bit, due to an impending rain storm. Sanding at 24 hours was almost o.k.....not very much clogging, but some. I waited until 36 hours and it sands without any clogging.

DETAILS: 23' Sonar sailboat; best I could measure, about 140 sf to paint.

Mixed 1/2 of each gallon kit plus some solvent (2 oz) for each coat. Two coats of black, followed by two coats of ivory...all coats applied within 8-12 hours of each other.

Applied using your 9" close nap roller covers. Each coat took about 45 minutes to apply. Mixed......applied paint. No pot life issues and each half batch covered well with about 1/2 cup remaining after coverage. The last coat of ivory, I tried to apply more heavily and used all the paint, just as I finished. 

The surface is why I would call a mild orange peel texture...not glass smooth. As soon as I can sand, I intend to use a longboard with 120 grit to knock the high points down.

Thanks for a great product. Mark -from MO



Hi Paul


I think we have some converts.. We barrier coated the bottom of my boat
and the guys loved your water gard epoxy.They could not believe how easy it went
on and how fast it built up.. they also mentioned they liked the colors
blue and white.. They commented on how nice it was to have contrasting
colors to see where they left off from coat to coat... I think u will
start getting orders out of Daytona Beach very soon... i have been
using your epoxy myself and find it is very easy to work with... I'm
glad i took the chance on you. Your epoxy does everything you said it
would..

Thanks Mike D.



Subject: Great barrier coat success!
Date: Sun, 3 Feb 2002 10:58:06 -0500

Just a quick note to let you know about the great results I got from the Water Gard  epoxy. I just got
back in the water with my Sirius 28 "Eleuthera" and I'm extremely pleased with the performance
and ease of application. Thanks again for a great product. I highly recommend it as the premiere
barrier coat!
Captain D.R.V.


 

Joe wrote: Hi Paul:


I just finished coating my 1983 41' Chris Craft and wanted to give you some feedback... I had the gelcoat planed off not as much because of blisters (Only about 45 in almost 500 sq.ft.) but because the hull had 1/4 - 1/3 inch of old, rotten antifouling and because parasites had eaten away the gelcoat at the waterline.

I used your blister repair kit with ease and both the penetrating resin and the filler worked very much to specs.

I was a bit unprepared for how thick (100% solids...) the Water Gard 300  barrier epoxy paint is but still tried to use a 7" paint pad to spread it. The temperature ranged from about 60º when I started at 8:00 to 74º when I finished around 2:00 pm. and the pad worked well at first but it started to disintegrate after just a few strokes (vendor comment: pad was a foamed backed one from Home Depot. Users report the Rubbermaid paint pads from Walmart work well) , so I switched to one of your phenolic rollers.

I had the (wrong) feeling that I wasn't putting on a thick enough coat so I think I overloaded it a bit and while the horizontal (or almost) surfaces levelled off well, the more vertical surfaces at the bow "cadscaded " (run) a little. When finished I had applied 16 qts. to a theoretical 489 sq.ft. for an average 13 mils coat, well within the norm. Since I did it all by myself (dumb!), I was so tired that did not notice the runs until the following day when the stuff was rock hard... Overall my comments are that your products do exactly if not more than you say and I will strongly recommend them to other sailors with the tip that rolling this stuff takes muscles and is easier if you borrow some!

As to pot life I mixed about 3 pints at a time and applied it in about 20 minutes with no problem. I kept refilling the roller tray also with no problem for about three hours and then I had to throw one away because it got very thick even though I never got to the 40-45 minutes pot life for the 70º range for each batch.


Once again, thanks for your good products... and advice!
Regards
Joe - Calistoga, CA


Dec 2008 from Doug: "The following is my opinion of a good company. My affiliation is as a DIY end user. No recompense, no funny business: I've been refurbishing our 1973 ketch and have done some epoxy work in that process. I've never worked with epoxy before this. I talked to several local glass workers and researched on line to learn a bit about epoxy. I searched for different vendors and their prices. I settled on a place in New Hampshire called Progressive Epoxy Polymers. (http://www.epoxyproducts.com)


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Section One TWO PART MARINE EPOXIES- CLEAR EPOXIES

basic no blush (tm)

Section A EPOXY PAINTS



corro coat FC 2100



; NSP 120; water gard 300 ; CM 15; crack coat™

Section Two FILLERS THICKENERS ADDITIVES

fumed silica; microsphere/balloons; poly fibers; copper; graphite; Teflon (tm); wood flour; EZ thick; rock flour

 

Section B FLOOR EPOXIES (regular and non-skid products), SEALERS, ACCESSORIES



water bond (water based); solvent free industrial floor epoxy; bio vee seal; water based floor epoxy, floor epoxy with grit; walnut shell; ground white rubber grit

Section Three THICKENED EPOXIES - EPOXY PUTTIES, ETC.

wet/dry 700; splash zone; quick fix 2300, QR 2400 rubber epoxy

Section C THICKENED EPOXIES - EPOXY PUTTIES, ETC.

wet/dry 700; splash zone A-788, quick fix 2300; QR 2400 (tm) rubber epoxy

Section Four TWO PART EPOXY PAINTS (barrier coats)

corro coat FC 2100; water gard 300; CM 15; EZ Spray; epoxy primer; crack coat™

Section D CLEAR TWO PART EPOXIES

low V epoxy; basic no blush; ESP 155; Bio-Clear 810

Section Five URETHANES AND NON-EPOXY COATINGS Aluthane (aluminum coating); LPU Marine

Section E NON-EPOXY PAINTS SEALERS

Aluthane moisture cured urethane; Acrylic Poly UV Plus and other 2 part polys ; Capt. Tolley's creeping crack sealer

Section Six NON-SKID DECK COATINGS

walnut shell; ground white rubber

 

Section F MIX-IN ADDITIVES

fumed silica; fiber fill; micro balloons/micro-spheres; graphite; Teflon (tm); copper powder; wood flour; EZ thick, rock flour

Section Seven MARINE REPAIR PRODUCTS

pipe wrap; fiberglass tape (cloth); Capt. Tolley's Creeping Crack Cure

 
Section Eight MISC. MARINE PRODUCTS

short nap rollers; TA 661 (solvent free epoxy clean-up); 1 inch foam brushes; 2 inch bristle brushes; tongue depressors

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