Polyurea Thick Film Coating applied to Commercial Equipment

Polyurea Coatings are Corrosive
and Abrasive Resistant

Polyurea Thick Film Coating for Trucks

High Temp. Polyurea
Coatings are "Easy Slip"

Polyurea Basement Coating Prevents Water Damage

Polyurea Coating on
Containment Areas

Polyurea Basement Coating sprayed on Elkin NC home

Polyurea Coating on Basements


NC, SC and VA Polyurea Coating Materials provider

Polyurea Coating Materials is used for protection and corrosion prevention in heavy equipment, containers and tank liners.

Polyurea Coatings have taken a huge rise in the marketplace in the past 10 years. When properly installed, polyurea coatings offer a variety of performance characteristics.

Polyurea Coatings cure rapidly, are compliant with volatile organic compound (VOC) regulations and are high build, so they can provide multiple coat performance in a single coat application, making them attractive to facility owners representing many different industries.

Polyurea coatings and linings are applied over steel for corrosion protection and abrasion resistance. They 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. Our Polyurea coatings are USDA and EPA approved coatings and Environmentally Safe.

Polyurea Basement Coating protects basements from water and melting snow. Over 60 per cent of basements have moisture, while 38 per cent experience mold and fungus growth due to the moisture level. Polyurea basement coating seals the concrete basement walls against water and water vapor.

Roll-on tar-based waterproofing is brittle and will not expand. It cracks as the concrete shrinks and expands with the change in temperature. Tar paper on basement walls also will not expand, therefore it cracks and leaks.

When water accumulates around the basement, pressure builds up and causes it to leak. Water pushes its way inside through cracks or joints and the pores in concrete. As houses settle, concrete develops stress cracks that leak water.

Slabs get even less protection than basement walls. The plastic "vapor barrier" soon disintegrates due to the lime in concrete and over time, the layer of gravel silts up. Polyurea basement coatings protects the basement and prevents water damage.

Polymer Liners provide effective coatings for containment areas, and attractive floor coverings.






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