Polyurea's Advantages Over Conventional Materials:
- USDA and Potable Approved
- Fast Set Nature
- High Elongation
- Durability / Abrasion Characteristics
- Weather Tolerant (cures at -25F to 300F in as little as 3 seconds)
- Unlimited Mil Thickness in One Application
- Resistant to Solvents, Caustics and Mild Acids
- Multiple Color Choices
Polyseal Insulation Tank Coatings
Polyurea coatings protect steel tanks from corrosion, chemicals, and other natural weather and jobsite elements. With proper surface preparation, substrate condition, formulation choice, primers, and installation procedures, polyurea goes on fast and stays on long.
Polyureas are great for extending the life of older tanks and can offer limited structural characteristics as well. These systems can be applied during primary construction or in a retrofit environment. With their fast cure times they are ideal for retrofit since down time is significantly minimized compared to some competing materials.
Polyseal Insulation Marine Coatings
Advanced Energy's Polyurea Material's ability to maintain its physical characteristics under long-term sun and sea exposure and resist marine borers, makes it an ideal product for coating Naval and Industrial ships, piers, offshore oilrigs, and other marine applications.
Polyseal Insulation Manhole and Sewer Linings
Polyurea manhole lining is a rapidly growing market due to polyurea’s ability to solve many current issues with groundwater infiltration and installation speed. Many municipal and private water systems are in great need of lining and structural repair.
With proper surface preparation and substrate conditions, primers and Polyurea can be applied fast to return the cavity to service faster than most competitive systems. Polyurea's ability to form a monolithic, durable liner protects the cavity from sediment and groundwater infiltration into municipal wastewater systems.
Polyseal Insulation Bridge Coatings
Polyurea's ability to outlast paint and fight off corrosion is a major reason these systems are being specified for bridge deck and structure coating by State DOT's around the nation. The most common applications of polyurea coatings on bridges are over steel and concrete.
Polyseal Insulation Rail Car Linings
Polyureas are commonly used to line liquid containment railcars for their waterproofing and chemical resistance benefits. Hopper style rail cars have benefited from the strength of polyurea and its ability to resist abrasion. These cars often carry coal, sand, and other abrasive materials. Polyurea can be applied quickly and it will last longer than many other conventional systems if properly applied.
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