Benifits of Poly Urea.
Speed of application.
Application in damp & humid conditions.
Unlimited thickness in one coat.
Tack free in seconds.
Excellent resistance to thermal shock.
Zero VOC's and almost odourless
Preffosesional proportioning machine- consistent neat results
Hardness Shore A >95
Polyurea protective coatings are commonly used for the following reasons:
- Abrasion Resistance
- Corrosion Protection
- Chemical, Environment or Atmospheric Resistance
- Structural Enhancement
For decades, traditional materials such as paint, epoxy, fiberglass and vinyl esters have all been used to perform these various types of protective coating applications.
Polyurea coating technology is not new. In fact it has been around and in use for almost three decades now. Polyurea is newer and more advanced than these traditional coating systems and offers many advantages to the owner, specifier and contractor.
These advantages come mainly in the form of achievable physical properties, and its fast set, return to service characteristics. It can also be applied over a variety of different substrates (concrete, metals, wood and more) in a wide range of temperature and humidity environments.
Polyurea’s major benefit is its fast set nature. It can typically return an area to service many times faster than traditional coatings, allowing the owner to put the facility back in use without days and weeks of revenue losing down-time. Down time for maintenance and coatings on water tanks, waste-water clarifiers, parking garages and chemical storage tanks costs the facility owner a great deal of money since these areas must be taken out of service while other coatings are applied and drying
Water &Waste water ( incl potable water)
Oil & Gas
Landscape & water ttreatment
Storage tank Coating
Waterproofing including trafficable surfaces
Encapsulation ( including Asbestos sheeting)