Polyurea Coatings

Polyurea is the latest advancement in coating technology, supplying the best of all worlds.

It’s more elastic than epoxy, allowing for natural movement in concrete, Polyurea won’t flake or split. Polyurea coatings are more durable, install in less than half the time and are greener compared to epoxy coatings.

What are Polyurea Coatings

Polyurea continues to be utilised for over 25 years in industrial applications like pipe/pipeline coatings, tank linings, water treatment plants, manholes, automotive fascia OEM molded components and sewer liners. Most of these coatings used and were originally developed in the early 1990’s.

Due to its chemical make-up and arrangement, Polyurea has the ability to expand and contract with the surface and creates a very powerful bond with concrete. This means there’s no chipping, breaking or hot tire pick-up. Hot tire pickup happens when an auto’s tires are hot from driving; pressure and the heat from the tires and the ground may melt or peel the paint or coating, separating it. Polyurea coatings are a ‘tough’ surface displaying resistance to scratching, water, salt, oils and other compounds one might discover in a garage or industrial warehouse.

Benefits

  • Has Excellent Durability Properties
  • Excellent On External & Internal Floorings
  • Incredibly Rapid Curing
  • Unbelievable Endurance & Hardness Properties
  • Awesome Under Demanding UV States
  • Needs Less Care
  • Technically Innovative Product

Polyurea Applications

Polyurea provides a high abrasive and chemical resistant coating. These elastomers have high tensile strength and extreme impact resistance making them suitable for the most demanding applications. Fast curing time means excellent adhesion on prepared surfaces at any temperature.

Suitable applications for polyurethane foam and polyurea include concrete and steel tank leak repair and secondary containment bunding. As Polyurea is highly resistant to chemicals and speedy application make it the perfect product for chemical bunds. The success or failure of the water holding qualities will usually be proven in seven days.