Fluoropolymer Topcoat Resists Dirt Build-up and Staining

KYSTAR, a flexible PVDF topcoat, provides color fastness and resists dirt pick-up and abrasion.
KYSTAR, a flexible PVDF topcoat, provides color fastness and resists dirt pick-up and abrasion.

The fluoropolymer (polyvinylidene fluoride or PVDF) topcoat technology is a technology being applied onto an array of roofing systems for it’s ability to repel dirt build-up and staining from environmental factors that can diminish reflectance over time. Based on this technology, Everest Systems designed and developed KYSTAR, a flexible PVDF topcoat.

KYSTAR is created to be a high gloss, single component, and water based coating that is built to provide weathering, color fastness, and resist dirt pick-up and abrasion. The combination of properties presents the business owner an opportunity to receive energy savings. Choosing KYSTAR above the traditional methods allows surface temperature reductions of up to 80 F, and with the ability to be applied directly over primed and unprimed substrates, KYSTAR should be utilized and considered in situations where long-term durability is desired, and dirt or crack resistance is a necessity.

Everest Systems prides itself in utilizing the technology to ensure it provides performing products in the marketplace. For more information about KYSTAR, the flexible PVDF fluoropolymer topcoat, please contact Everest Coating Systems.

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