Features and Benefits

The unique properties and wide grade range of Kraton polymers provide the customer different options for the coating markets. 

  • Chip resistant
  • Flexible at low temperatures
  • Elongation and elasticity
  • Adhesion to a wide variety of substrates
  • Formulate for removable or permanent adhesion
  • Kraton G polymers offer good durability in exterior applications.
  • Kraton FG polymers yield better adhesion to polar substrates and crosslinkable


Elastomeric Roof Coatings: Roof coatings can be solvent or hot melt sprayed. They need less resurfacing since they do not wash off readily. They can be formulated to provide low volatile organic compounds (VOC). Kraton G MD6932 polymer is a low viscosity polymer and offers a wider VOC exempt formulation ability. They can be applied in high humidity and colder environments.  Kraton RP6924, G1652 polymers and blends with G1726 polymers are also good candidates for this type of coating.

Can Coatings: Kraton FG1901 has maleic anhydride grafted onto the rubber block thus improves adhesion to polar substrates and is crosslinkable. As a result, it is attractive for solvent resistant, chip resistant, good adhesion to metal, and corrosion protection applications.

Temporary coatings: Kraton G polymers such as G1652, RP6924, and RP6932 can formulated with oil and sprayed on surfaces that when peeled leave no residue. They provide protection to metal substrates during chemical milling (etching) and can be removed later with no residue.











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