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Swarco 1110 Series Paint 250 Gallon Federal Spec TT-P-1952F Type 3

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MPN: 
1110
SKU: SWA-1110-250-LG

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Swarco 1110 Series Waterborne Paint Tote
List price: $4885
$4399
 
Free Shipping to lower US 48
Estimated Dates To Leave Warehouse: 

Apr. 13 - Apr. 15

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Quick Overview: 
  • On the APL / QPL for many states
  • Federal Spec TT-P-1952F Type III - Fast Dry Low VOC
  • For use on streets, highways, airports, parking lots, asphalt or concrete
  • 250 gallon tote

Description

Does high durability, high build paint sound like something you would be interested in?  The Swarco 1110 Series is a fast dry 100% cross-linking acrylic latex paint that meets or exceeds the TT-P-1952F Type III (Type 3) US Federal specification.

According to the federal spec, Type III is designed for increased durability.  OK, but what does that mean?

For use under normal weather conditions where higher durability and greater adhesion to glass beads is desired. Minimum application temperature should be 12.8°C (55°F) and rising. Low temperature will result in greater dry time, especially when specifying increased thickness as required when using Type IV beads.

In other words, 1952F Type III paint is a very durable, high-build paint that is ideal for Type IV glass beads.  (Type 4 glass beads aren't that common but if the job calls for them, then a high build paint like this one will be needed)

The Swarco 1110 Series is listed with many states as an APL / QPL, you can buy in confidence knowing this specific formula is allowed to go down on state** highways, roads, and streets.  It is also approved as a Federal paint for airport runways where higher-spec paints aren't called for, or it can just as well be used on parking lots.  Basically anywhere asphalt or portland cement is used, this product will work just fine.

** Always check with your states APL / QPL before purchase.  If Swarco paints aren't approved for your state but Ennis-Flint is, feel free to contact us for pricing on a comparable Ennis-Flint substitute. +1(800) 689-2098

So who should use this paint?  Since it is approved by many states, it's ideal for state workers or contract construction crews working for the state to be used on highways and roads.  It's also great for cities, counties and even small contractors looking for quality paint who want to save buying in bulk.  Really, it's a great all-around paint for anyone in the line-marking industry.

As far as surfaces go, you can use the 1110 series paints on highways, roads/streets, parking lots and airport taxiways or runways, especially where the 1952F Type III spec is explicitly called for.

Did we mention the "No Track" time of this paint is 90 seconds or less?  Yeah, it's a super-fast drying paint.  Keep that in mind if you're spreading glass beads by hand.  The "no pickup time" (without glass beads) is 10 minutes or less and the full dry-through time is 2 hours or less @ 15mil thick, wet.

Another area you might be concerned with is the VOC limits which have become the primary force behind a lot of spec updates.  The Federal spec requires the VOC limit to be less than or equal to 150 g/L.  The 1110 series comes in at less than 100 g/L, so it's way under the federal limit for volatile organic compounds and designed to meet or exceed even a lot of the state-level specifications.

What you're getting with this purchase, is a 250 gallon tote of paint.

Why buy a tote?  If you know you'll need a lot of paint for a job or throughout the year, the tote is the most economical, not to mention an eco-friendly way to go.  Buckets end up in the landfills but you can re-fill the same bucket over and over using a tote as long as you have a way of getting the tote higher than the bucket.  Smart line striping professionals will buy a tote of paint and stick it on a 2 or 3 foot platform, high enough to get a bucket under the valve.  They fill the buckets they need for the day and load them up.  It's a great way to increase profits by buying in bulk, not to mention the saved trips to the paint store which eats into time.

General Coverage

80 square feet per gallon at 20 mils wet film
240 linear feet per gallon, 4-inch line at 20 mils wet film thickness

Standard Colors

Color Codes

  • Swarco 1110 White
  • Swarco 1111 Red
  • Swarco 1112-2 Bike-Lane Green
  • Swarco 1114 Blue
  • Swarco 1116 Yellow (Lead Free)
  • Swarco 1117 Black
White
Yellow
Handicap Blue
Black
Red
Bike Lane Green

Product SKU List

These are the SKU numbers to give if you plan to buy over the phone. To see pricing changes (if any), click on the "drop down" arrow in the Add to Cart section above.

COLOR

SKU

White

1110

Yellow (Lead Free)

1116

Bike-Lane Green

1112-2

Red

1111

Blue

1114

Black

1117

Features

  • Maximum durability

  • Maximum film build and multi-layering

  • Improved adhesion for longer life applications

  • Fast drying under a wide range of climatic conditions

  • Remains flexible over time

  • Can be applied with conventional or airless spray equipment

  • No thinning necessary

Documents

Shipping Weight
Weight: 3995 lb
Shipping Dimensions
Dimensions: 40 in × 40 in × 48 in