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Application Guidelines

2200 Elastomeric Wall Coating

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The Acrylabs 2200 Elastomeric Wall Coating is a membrane designed for masonry surfaces such as brick, block, stucco and EIFS. Combining multiple coats of the 2200 Acrylic/Elastomeric coating creates a breathable membrane with superior weatherability. The 2200 is a monolithic, sustainable system that will yield a final minimum membrane thickness of 15-20 mils throughout the substrate. Acrylabs coatings are waterborne and meet or exceed all V.O.C. regulatory requirements.


Components of the 2200 System Accessory Items
2200 Elastomeric Wall Coating
Mesh 2000 series
  2400 Brush Grade Acrylic Sealant




  1. Preparation
    Acrylabs coatings are adhesive and require a clean, dry surface to ensure proper adhesion. The key to a successful coating application is preparation. Pressure washing is the preferred method for removing all oxidation, dirt and contaminants. When pressure washing is not appropriate, consult Acrylabs Technical Department for additional information.

  2. Repair

    The applicator needs to provide a sound substrate for the 2200 system. All repairs should be made following industry guidelines. These materials should not be applied over mildew or damaged surfaces. If any unusual conditions exist, consult Acrylabs Technical Department.

  3. Field Application

    Apply 2200 Elastomeric Wall Coating to all areas at a minimum rate of 1 gallon per 100 square feet. Allow to dry. Apply final coat 2200 Elastomeric Wall Coating to all areas at a minimum rate of 1 gallon per 100 square feet.  Product coverage rate and mil thickness will vary due to substrate variables.

    *When spraying, be sure to back roll to avoid lap marks, streaking and uniformity.

  4. Inspection

    Inspect walls and apply additional Acrylabs coating as necessary to insure a final membrane thickness of 15-20 mils DFT (dry film thickness) throughout the substrate.

This is a general guideline. Minimum material requirements may change based on project specifications. Consult Acrylabs’ Technical Department for additional information. Failure of the substrate does not constitute Acrylabs coating or system failure.

Acrylabs coatings can be brushed, rolled or sprayed utilizing airless spray equipment.

Spray Equipment: The following are guidelines for airless equipment.
A min. 3000PSI pump is required                  Tips range: 320-527




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