Crilat™ 5850 is a small particle-sized, self-crosslinking, pure acrylic polymer emulsion. It is free from alkylphenol-ethoxylates (APEO-free). This product offers excellent early water resistance and blush resistance, along with outstanding chemical resistance.

Chemical Family: Acrylics & Acrylates, Bentonite

End Uses: Sealer, Stains

Compatible Substrates & Surfaces: Concrete, Glass, Masonry, Tile

Glass Transition Temperature (Tg): 55.0 °C

Features: Abrasion Resistance, Chemical Resistance, Early Water Resistance, Efflorescence Resistance, Excellent Adhesion, Excellent Hot Tire Pick Up Resistance, Good Aesthetics, Good Blush Resistance, Good Toughness, High Durability, Self Crosslinking

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Identification & Functionality

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Features & Benefits

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Product Characteristics

Crilat™ 5850 is characterized by an exceptional combination of properties. When formulated into a sealer or coating, it features:

  • Excellent abrasion and scrub resistance.
  • Excellent early water resistance and blush resistance.
  • Excellent chemical resistance.
  • Excellent adhesion to various substrates, such as: concrete, masonry, tiles and glass.

Crilat™ 5850 crosslinks when it is dry, no heating is necessary.

Applications & Uses

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Crilat™ 5850 can be used to formulate horizontal and vertical sealers and coatings for concrete and masonry. It is highly versatile for formulating indoor and outdoor applications for clear, tinted or opaque formulations.


Physical Form
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Film Properties
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Film CharacteristicCoalesced film is transparent and glossy--
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Density (at 20°C)1.04kg/l-
Prevailing Particle Size0.085μm-
Glass Transition Temperature55°C-
Relative Density2.7--
Minimum Film - Forming Temperature (MFFT)30°C
Emulsion Properties
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Solid Content42.5%-
pH Value90--
Brookfield Viscosity (at 20°C, RVT model, Spindle 1/20 rpm)45cPs