SuperiorShield Rollershield-RS is a high quality 100% acrylic flexible fluid applied air and water barrier that is easily applied with a roller or spray equipment but also can be troweled or brushed into place. Rollershield-RS forms a continuous air and water barrier that protects approved substrates from incidental water damage.
Features & Benefits
- Used as an air/water barrier or as part of the Rollershield Drainage
- 100% Coverage, Fully adhered to substrate
- Vapor open/permeable with low air infiltration rate
- Used as water barrier and flashing, 60-minute Grade D equivalent
- Compatible with other SupeiorShield products; Rollershield-TG (Trowel Grade), Rollershield-VB, SuperiorFlash and WeatherSTOP Tape
- Adheres to most common building materials
- Easy to apply, water based for easy cleanup
- Exposure up to 6 months
- Low VOC, <1% by weight, 10 g/L100% Coverage
Solids Content: 69.52% solids by wt (55.05% by vol)
Tensile Bond, ASTM C297/E2134/AC212: 30-200 psi
Freeze-thaw ASTM E2485/AC212: Pass
Water Resistance, ASTM D2247/AC212: Pass
Water Vapor Transmission, ASTM E96 Proc. B/AC212: 30 perms** @ 10 mils, 15 perms @ 20 mils
Air Permeance, ASTM E2178: 0.001 cfm/ft2 @ 1.57 psf, 0.001 L/s/m2 @ 75 Pa
Air Leakage, ASTM E2357: 0.0006 cfm/ft2 @ 1.57 psf (0.003 L/s/m2 @ 75 Pa), 0.04 cfm/ft2 @ 6.24 psf (0.02 L/s/m2 @ 300 Pa)
Structural Performance, ASTM E1233/AC212: Pass
Racking, ASTM E72/AC212: Pass
Restrained Environmental, AC212: Pass
Water Penetration, ASTM E331/AC212: Pass
UV Exposure: Rated to 6 months
Accelerated Aging, AC212: Pass
Hydrostatic Pressure Test, AATCC 127/AC212: Pass
Surface Burning Characteristics, ASTM E84: Flame Spread < 25, Smoke Developed < 450 Intermediate Multi-Story Fire Test, NFPA 285 (UBC 26-9): Pass Nail Sealability, ASTM D1970: Pass @ 22 mils Heat and Smoke Release Rates, ASTM E1354, IBC Section 1403.5: Peak Heat Release Rate = 32 kWm2, Total Heat Release Rate = 3.6 MJ/m2, Effective Heat of Combustion = 2.5 MJ/kg ** Defined as a Class III vapor retarder per IBC and IRC
Coverage per pail (sf/sm)*
Roller: 450-500 sf (42-46 sm)
Spray: 300-350 sf (28-32.5 sm)
Trowel: 200-250 sf (18-23 sm)
*All coverage is approximate and depend upon substrate, details and individual application
Packaging: 5 gallon (19L) pail
Product Color: Naranja Durazno
Shelf Life: 2 years
Storage: Protect from extreme heat (90°F (32°C), freezing and direct sunlight.
Application Temperature: 40°-110°F (5°-43°C)
Dry to Touch: 1 hour @ room temperature
Recoat Time: 2 hours @ room temperature
Drying Time: 12 hours @ room temperature, working and drying time will vary with temperature and humidity.
Air and substrate temperature for application of Rollershield-RS must be 40ºF (5°C) or higher and must remain 40ºF (5°C) or higher for a minimum of 24 hours. Provide temporary protection to protect the wall system from damage until permanent flashings, caps and sealants are installed. Store materials within prescribed temperature limits and out of direct sunlight.
Working and drying times are based upon normal room temperature conditions and will vary with temperature and humidity.
The substrate must be approved by Master Wall Inc.®, clean, dry, structurally sound, and free of efflorescence, oil, grease, form release agents and curing compounds or anything that would affect bond. Painted surfaces are not acceptable and must be removed or bond test performed.
Substrates must be flat and free of fins or planar irregularities greater than 1/4” in 10’-0” (6.35 mm in 3.05 m).
Concrete – Must have cured a minimum of 28 days prior to the application of Rollershield-RS. If form release agents or curing compounds exist on the surface, they must be removed with a solution of muriatic acid or similar
product (with appropriate precautions). Remove any residual acid by flushing with water.
Brick/Masonry – If joints are not struck flush, multiple coats may be required. Porous CMU may require additional coats.
Sheathing Applications – Sheathing gaps must be less than 1/4” (6.4 mm).
See Technical Bulletin #189 for larger gap suggestions. Gap wood-based sheathing per manufacturers recommendations, typically 1/8” (3.2 mm) minimum.
Mixing – Thoroughly stir Rollershield-RS into a homogenous consistency.
Do not add water, over mix, or add accelerators or retarders to the product.
Application – Rollershield-RS is applied by first treating the joints and fastener locations where sheathing is used, then coating the entire surface using brush, roller, trowel, or airless spray equipment techniques. When using a foam roller, a maximum ¾” (19 mm) nap is recommended. Apply in an even, continuous coat, maintaining a wet edge of approximately 15 mils thickness. Oriented Strand Board and other porous substrates will require two (2) coats of Rollershield-RS. For moisture protection, apply Rollershield-RS as a continuous barrier of 10 mils dry thickness with no breaks or skips, although some areas will appear lighter than others due to the application process. The application need not look like a painted surface.
Joint Treatment—Apply a thin layer of Rollershield-RS to the joints and embed SuperiorShield Flashing Tape into the wet mixture and trowel smooth. Alternatively place and center SuperiorShield Mesh over all joints, corners, and gaps in the substrate. Immediately apply Rollershield-RS over the mesh and allow to dry.
Rollershield-RS may be flashed into window, door and other openings using the same techniques for sheathing applications. Any remaining gaps should be filled with additional Rollershield-RS, TG (Trowel Grade) or SuperiorFlash.
Wall Treatment—Apply Rollershield-RS to the wall surface using the foam roller, trowel or by spray applying and backrolling to a uniform thickness of 15 mils wet, 10 mils dry with no pinholes or voids.
Not for use as an exterior finish, note exposure limitations on front page.
When adhering Rollershield Drainage CIFS® to the surface assure it is clean, dry, and free of surface contamination. Remove any dirt or surface contamination before adhesive attachment.
Allowable in-service temperature range: -40° to 180°F (-40° to 82°C).
Fire-retardant or pressure treated plywood must be dry with surface free of salts or other chemicals migrating from within the wood. Test adhesion to be sure of desired results.
Use a slip sheet, typically one layer of building paper between Rollershield-RS and stucco or adhered masonry veneer over metal lath.
Rollershield-RS is compatible with GRACO and Titan airless spray equipment with the following specifications:
• Minimum 1 gallon per minute output.
• Minimum hose width of 3/8 inch.
• Minimum tip size of 0.027–0.031.
Minimum pressure requirement to spray of 2,000 psi at the gun with an airless sprayer rated no lower than 3,300 psi. Remove all filters in sprayer and gun before application.
Hopper Gun: 3/16”-1/4” (6-6.5 mm) orifice, 23-25 psi.
Tools and equipment can be cleaned with soapy water when Rollershield- RS is wet.
Hazard: This chemical is not considered hazardous according to the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard 2012 (29 CFR 1910.1200).
- Exterior gypsum sheathing (ASTM C1396)
- Glass Fiber Exterior Sheathing (ASTM C1177): Dens Glass Gold®, GlasRoc®, FiberBond®, Gold Bond e2xp®, etc.
- Cement Board Substrates (ASTM C1325): Durock®, PermaBase®, ProTEC ®, SelectCrete, Util-A-Crete®, etc.
- Exterior Plywood
- Oriented Strand Board (OSB)
- Huber Zip (See Data Sheet for Specifics)
- Most metals and PVC
- Others approved in writing
Compatible SuperiorShield Components
SuperiorShield Flashing Tape
Sealant Bond Compatibility**
Adfast Corp.: Adseal DWSP1940 Series***,
Adseal 4600, Adseal 4580, Adseal 1940
Dow Corning: 795 Silicone**
Pecora Corp.: 864NST, 890NST, 890FTS,
895NSTA, Dynatrol I-XL HybridB
Sika: Silaflex 15 LM***, Silaflex-2C NS***
Master Builders Solutions: MasterSeal NP1***
Tremco: Dymonic 100***
Most polyurethane sealants**
See Technical Bulletin MW#131 for latest sealant information
**field verify bond (varies)
***Also bonds to SuperiorFlash
AWith P120 Primer with Rollershield RS & TG
BWith P120 Primer with Rollershield VB
Information contained in this product data sheet conforms to the standard detail recommendations and specifications for the installation of Master Wall® Inc. products and is presented in good faith. Master Wall® Inc. assumes no liability, expressed or implied as to the architecture, engineering, or workmanship of any project. This information may be concurrent with, or superseded by other applicable documents, such as specifications and details. Contact Master Wall® Inc. for the most current product information.