High Strength Surface Coating
EPiC PolyCryl is a high-strength, solvent-based, functional acrylic 2-pack coating that protects concrete, timber, masonry and primed metal surfaces. EPiC PolyCryl has been developed to provide excellent interior and exterior durability with operational benefits of hardness, abrasion and scuff resistance for various applications.
EPiC PolyCryl provides superior protection against petrol, oil, fatty oils, acid, and alkalis and is ideally suited as a sacrificial anti-graffiti finish.
- Excellent interior and exterior durability
- Isocyanate free
- Excellent adhesion and hardness
- High resistance to corrosion and abrasion
- Impervious to water and moisture
- Easy application
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For detailed substrate preparation and application steps, please download the PolyCryl application guide.
Roller or Brush.
Do not store the mixed product in spray equipment to avoid damage.
Prepare bare concrete surfaces using Nu-EcoSafe Etch or Nu-EcoSafe Ultra Etch following the recommendations in the relevant TDS. Allow the surface to dry thoroughly before application.
Mixing 3 Parts A to 1 Part B (single 2-pack kit). Mix using a drill mixer; hand siring is not sufficient. Leave to stand for 10 minutes before use to allow full activation.
Do not use after the pot life has expired (8 hours).
For spray application, use 10% - 15% with X-5 Solvent. Do not thin for brush or roller application.
Bare concrete and masonry surface thin 20% - 25% with X-5 Solvent for first coat application for increased penetration and adhesion.
Roller or brush: Apply two even coats, observing minimum film thickness recoat and dry times as outlined in the TDS
Spray: Apply 2-3 even coats, observing minimum film thickness, recoat and dry times as outlined in the TDS
Drying and Curing
EPiC PolyCryl should be touch dry and able to be recoated after 4 hours. For a full cure, allow drying for 7 days.
Clean all surfaces and equipment using X-5 Solvent.
Observe all relevant Work Safe criteria for spraying 2 pack paint systems and wear an approved respirator. Refer to the SDS for further information.
Ensure there is good airflow and ventilation. Avoid contact with skin and eyes.
Clear or Coloured Viscous Liquid
Film Forming Temperature:
Dry Film Thickness:
4 - 12 Hours
2 - 4 Hours
29 Standard Colours
Ambient Application Temperature:
10°C to 30°C ambient, dry condition.
8 - 10 m2/L
The information given in this data sheet is based on many years experience and is correct to the best of our knowledge. However as the use of our product is beyond our control we can only be responsible for the quality of our product at the time of dispatch. For additional information about specifications or application please contact our company. As this information is of a general nature we cannot assume responsibility for individual use.