RayCryl® 1020

RayCryl 1020 Technical Bulletin

Acrylic Core Shell Polymer

RayCryl 1020 is an acrylic core shell polymer designed for concrete and wood applications.  It passes KCMA testing for wood applications and it has good hot wet block resistance on concrete as a sealer.

Key Features
  • Passes KCMA
  • Efflorescence resistance
  • Excellent chemical and scratch resistance
  • Good hot wet block resistance
RayCryl® 1020 Typical Physical Properties
Polymer Type Acrylic Core Shell
Weight Solids 44%
Viscosity (Brookfield Model RVT) 1000 - 2000 cps, #5/100 rpm
pH 7
Tg (MDSC) 35°C
MFFT (ASTM D-2354) 31°C
Surfactant charge Anionic
Weight per gallon 8.60 lbs/gal
Freeze thaw stability Do Not Freeze
Recommended Solvent Loading 15-20% on solids PnB, Texanol, DPnB, PnP, Propylene Glycol

If any product is defective in workmanship or materials, Specialty Polymers, Inc. will replace the product. The information contained in this Technical Bulletin is intended to be a guideline. It is offered in good faith, but without guarantee. We recommend users of the product perform their own testing to determine the suitability of the product in their application.