Dicor CoolCoat Rubber Ceramic Coating Gallon

Catalog Item # 70508

The new CoolCoat Insulating Coating uses advanced MicroCells technology to reduce heat transfer from the RV roof to the RV interior.

Tests show that this new ceramic coating can reduce the interior temperature by as much as 29 percent from the roof temperature. The temperature reducing coating material is a new alternative to the popular acrylic coating that RVers have used for years in Dicor’s Two-Part Coating System for EPDM (ethylene propylene diene monomer) roofs. Dicor Products says it is critical to prepare the roof with the cleaner/activator (Sku 32150) before applying either coating (second part) to ensure maximum coating adhesion.

CoolCoat contains MicroCells, whichare nano-sized spheres, inside of which a vacuum has been created, which helps to dramatically slow heat flux — the rate of heat transfer from one surface to another. In this case, the heat transfer is from the RV’s exterior roofing surface to the RV’s interior surfaces, from where the heat can radiate into the RV. Using such vacuum-filled spheres is similar to the way a Thermos works in keeping liquids hot and cold for an extended period of time.

When CoolCoat cures, the MicroCells become tightly packed and help create a tough coating that reflects and dissipates heat by minimizing heat flux. This allows everything under the roof to stay cooler, longer — thereby reducing the load on air conditioning and saving energy. The durability and longevity of the EPDM coating is also improved. As with the other parts of the coating system, CoolCoat Insulating Coating is easy to apply and dries quickly.

Like Dicor’s EPDM Roof Acrylic Coating, CoolCoat extends the life and beauty of rubber roof membranes in forming a protective barrier with superior resistance to harsh weather and ultraviolet light.

Shipping could be delayed in the case of extreme weather/temperatures to ensure product quality.

Technical Specifications

13 lbs.

Camper's Choice Rating

Reviewer rating of 5 stars based on 5 reviews (5 Based on 5 Reviews)

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wow, what a differance

by Rodney Mutzabaugh – September 21, 2014
5 out of 5 stars

I have a 25ft 5th wheel, I bought 2 bottles pre treat and 4 cans of CoolCoat. Installing plastic drop sheets to protect sides wa

Excellent Products

by Jim S. – October 18, 2014
5 out of 5 stars

We put this roof coating on a few months back, and have been to Texas and Las Vegas this summer. I personally think that this pr

Leadville, Colorado

by Jim S – August 17, 2014
5 out of 5 stars

I have a 1989 26ft prowler travel trailer with a 12ft slide. I used 3 EPDM/cleaner- activator and 1 1/2 gallons of the DICOR Cool

Happy so far

by Dale Stagg – March 12, 2017
5 out of 5 stars

I have a 34 foot Class C and bought 4 gallons of this stuff just to make sure I had plenty and based on other reviews, I figured I

Actually lives up to the advertisement

by kevin caudill – August 04, 2014
5 out of 5 stars

I bought the system, cleaner primer and 2 gallons of cool coat. I have an 8x 27 fleetwood. I followed the directions, and I en

I am restoring my roof and saw Dicor CoolCoat Ceramic Coating. Do I use this in place of Dicor White Rubber Roof Acrylic coating or does this go over that ?
After application of the primer/cleaner SKU#32150, the RV owner will use one of the coating products to finish. Either CoolCoat(SKU#70508) or the regular Acrylic coating(SKU#32151). Both coating products are not used on top of each other.
by Camping World – April 29, 2016
by edward parrish – April 04, 2016
We do not have a reference system that specifies construction of an RV make/model. The roof material will have to be identified one way or another. An EPDM or TPO membrane(rubber) roof can use this product. Fiberglass or metal roofs should not. 'How to Determine Your RV Roof Type' - presented by Dicor
by Camping World – April 07, 2016
by Pop up – November 03, 2015
Will it help small cracks from leaking
For a fiberglass roof, SKU#58353 is recommended.
by Camping World – January 05, 2016

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