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ENCOR® Flex 1361 All-Acrylic Latex

Sustainable solutions for an evolving construction industry

ENCOR® Flex 1361 acrylic elastomeric latex provides excellent asphalt bleed resistance and dirt pickup resistance as the primary binder in elastomeric roof basecoat and topcoat membrane formulations. It can also be used for elastomeric wall coatings and façade applications.

ENCOR® Flex 1361 coating features:

  • All-acrylic high solids emulsion (55% solids, -12°C Tg)
  • APEO and formaldehyde-free
  • Great balance of tensile and elongation properties
  • Adhesion to commonly used roof surfaces
  • Produced in North America but can be supplied globally based on specific customer interest

ENCOR® Flex 1361 coating benefits: 

  • Long-term reflectivity
  • Asphalt bleed resistance
  • Excellent dirt pickup resistance
  • Durability in warmer climates
  • Excellent low temperature flexibility
  • Resists cracking
  • Excellent early water and humidity resistance
  • Supports sustainable construction goals
  • Improves energy efficiency
  • Meets multiple industry standards, including ASTM D6083 Type II, California Title 24 and others

Cool roof coatings are continually evolving as formulators and legislators look for new solutions to provide greater levels of performance while still meeting global environmental standards. If you have questions about a specification in your region – or about any aspect of this product – please contact us.

Cool roof coatings: An innovation for sustainability

Cool roof coatings: An innovation for sustainability

White elastomeric cool roof coatings contain white or special reflective pigments. They are flexible, liquid applied, waterproofing membranes that adhere to a variety of substrates.

Cool roof coatings improve sustainability in construction

Reduction in energy consumption is achieved by decreasing air-conditioning needs. Cool roof coatings are designed to decrease roof temperature and extend roof life. With cool roof coatings, urban heat island effects are reduced and peak electricity demand is lowered resulting in lower power plant emissions such as oxides of carbon, sulfur, and nitrogen!

Evolving roof coating standards

ASTM D6083 Type I and II standards are meant to ensure quality, safety, and consistent performance across different construction substrates.

The use of cool roof coatings is growing globally!

Cool roof coatings are growing worldwide as their value in reducing the carbon footprint and energy costs are becoming known. They are increasingly becoming part of new green building codes and are helping to lower energy costs by 20-30% annually.