A new self-crosslinking acrylic specifically designed to improve critical performance properties of sports court coatings.

Kerry Pianoforte, Editor05.11.21

Specialty Polymers Inc. offers RayCryl 1244, which is developed to address performance failures that commonly occur with conventional acrylics by providing excellent early blister resistance and abrasive scrub resistance, as well as a good balance of tensile and elongation. Ambient temperature crosslinking significantly strengthens the abrasion resistance and hardness, improving performance over other tennis court paints. Coatings formulated with RayCryl  1244 exhibit excellent wet adhesion and early water resistance. In addition, this polymer offers low  coalescent demand and can be formulated to meet stringent VOC regulations. 

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