Polyurea is one of the most durable industrial coatings of its kind. Polyurea protects and upholds in some of the most extreme environments; temperature ranges from cold to hot, chemical resistance, extreme abrasion resistance. Its incredible elongation factor allows for the stretching, shrinking, and movement of the substrate.
Polyurea has endless application possibilities from Oil & Gas, second containment liners, waste water systems, steel applications, OEM applications, vessels, aviation, bedliners, vehicle undercarriages, meat and dairy processing plants, non-slip surface protection on skids, walkways, medical facilities, tractors, reusable packaging, offshore & marine, and the list continues.
Industrial metal coatings are a durable, reliable and cost-effective solution to meet a variety of functional needs and applications for manufacturing customers, including:
- Protecting against rust, oxidation and corrosion
- Reducing friction
- Protection from chemicals
- Aid in assembly and disassembly
- Simplifying cleanup and providing non-stick properties
Common uses for Polyurea protective coatings:
- Abrasion Resistance
- Corrosion Protection
- Chemical Resistance
- Environmental Resistance
- Wind uplift resistance
- Atmospheric Resistance
- Structural Enhancement
Polyurea is a remarkable coating, lining and joint sealant technology. Today, it is being used successfully for so many different applications. Polyurea coatings and linings are more commonly known to be applied over concrete and steel for corrosion protection and abrasion resistance.
However, protective coatings and linings also have tremendous advantages over conventional materials for joint fill and caulk applications due to their fast set nature, high elongation and durability/abrasion characteristics. Polyurea can be molded and shaped by spraying it into molds.Similarly, polyurea is also used as hard coat protective shell over expanded polystyrene (EPS) for architectural molded fascia applications.