TPR Systems RV 368 resin is a solvent-free, 2-component methacrylic resin of high impact resistance and low temperature flexibility whose highly-molecular structure makes it outstandingly suitable for self-levelling coatings subject to extreme stresses, predominantly outdoors or for cold stores.

Coatings made from TPR Systems RV 368 resin are durably elastic and able to crack bridging.

TPR Systems RV 368 resin is characterized by outstanding impact resistance. Its high elasticity ensures lasting crack bridging, so that substrate movements can be better absorbed. The good low-temperature flexibility improves its behaviour outdoors in the event of changes in climate or load stresses on bridge roadways or in cold stores. Because of the high viscosity, the coarse particles of the filler remains longer in the self-levelling recipe suspension, so that no separation between fine and coarse particles occurs within the flooring (particle homogeneity). This has a further beneficial effect on crack bridging.

When combined with fine filler, TPR Systems RV 368 resin can also be used as a 1 – 1.5 mm membrane underneath normal flooring systems of TPR Systems R 61, TPR Systems R 62 or TPR Systems RV 368 resin in order to improve impact resistance and crack bridging (tight to liquids).


TPR Systems RV 368 resin is used as a binder in manufacturing various coating types and recipes. Indoors it can be coated on the following substrates: concrete, screed, ceramic tiles, asphalt and steel.

Outdoors TPR Systems RV 368 resin, like all other TPR Systems resins, must not be laid on asphalt surfaces because otherwise cracks may be expected to form, particularly on large surfaces. The various substrates must be primed in accordance with our general recommendations (see literature on substrates).

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