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  • Energy Savings
  • Extends Roof Life
  • Environmentally Friendly

Pyramic is a white, non-toxic, fire-retardant roof coating. Formulated from water-based, pure acrylic, self-curing latex polymers, Pyramic preserves asphaltic or modified bitumen surfaces and reduces under-roof temperatures to create a more pleasant interior work environment that is less costly. Pyramic's high-performance acrylic polymers give added strength, flexibility, adhesion, and color retention to aged roofing systems. Pyramic also contains unique "bleed-blocking" polymers suitable for use over asphaltic surfaces. It is designed for application by brush, roller, or spray.

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Energy Savings

Typical, dark-colored built-up roofs can absorb over 70% of the solar energy that reaches them, creating temperatures over 180°F (82.2°C). Studies confirm that Pyramic reduces roof temperatures by 50-80°F (10-26.7°C) and saves significant energy during the summer months. 


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Extends Roof Life

UV radiation accelerates roof systems' degradation. Pyramic's white, flexible finish reflects the sun's ultraviolet rays and reduces their damaging effects. In addition, roofing materials contract and expand as they heat up during the day and cool at night. A roof coated with Pyramic does not experience such large temperature fluctuations; therefore, the roofing system undergoes less fatigue. 

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Environmentally Friendly

Pyramic eliminates the flammability and toxicity hazards associated with solvent-based coatings. There are no irritating or unpleasant odors with Pyramic. Pyramic is an approved product under CRRC® and Title 24 standards.

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