Take Security to a New Level for Military Grade Protection
ArmorBlast and UltraBlast, two of our blast mitigation coatings, may not be blast proof but they can significantly reduce casualties and property damage from hostile explosive attacks compared to non-coated surfaces. These sprayed-on polyurea coatings were specifically developed to survive massive pressure, such as explosion, when applied to concrete or metal structures. The ballistic protection coatings are suitable for armored vehicles and high profile buildings and offers proven blast mitigation benefits.
Blast Resistant Coatings Products
UltraBlast™ 1:1 Pure Polyurea
Top-of-the-line blast mitigation coating, incredibly high tensile and tear strength with excellent elongation to mitigate a concussive force or shockwave
Spray-on coating forms a “skin” on CMS blocks that does not split or de-bond
Extremely high elongation, toughness, adhesion to prevent structure collapse for coated walls
Outperformed other polyurea brands tested
UltraBlast is a fast set, rapid curing, 100% solids, flexible, two-component polyurea elastomer protective coating material with enhanced color stability capabilities. UltraBlast is used by itself or in conjunction with other materials to produce resilient surfaces on metal and other substrates. Its remarkably fast gel time makes it fitting for applications down to -40°F without special conditioning of the component resins and isocyanates. UltraBlast produces an extremely tough film at all thicknesses. UltraBlast is inactive, will not hydrolyze, leach, or contaminate other materials, and is bondable and paintable. UltraBlast is a superior metal coating material designed specifically for industrial applications receiving a constant or intermittent attack from contained materials, most corrosive substances, and abrasive action. That is why it is the preferred coating material for blast protection projects.
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ArmorBlast™ 1:1 Pure Polyurea
- Superior elongation properties, tensile and tear strength; material simultaneously mitigates the concussive force of a blast and holds together the materials of a coated substrate; adapts very well to multiple substrates
- Sprayed on armored vehicles, concrete block and other structures
- Used around a core of impact absorbing polyurethane foam to provide personnel protection for military transport or other blast-susceptible environments such as industrial transport or manufacturing