ArmorThane STS 200 polyurethane is one of our first products and is still popular for a broad spectrum of projects.
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Tag: bed liners transportation
ArmorThane staff tackled massive rust and damage on a “muscle car” then applied ArmorBlast Polyurea. This resulted in extended body frame protection and a much better ride.
No doubt we live in a terrorism-prone world and governments and companies alike are looking for ways to strengthen security efforts. Part 1 of a two-part series discusses attributes and testing of blast mitigation coatings.
Many companies and governments around the world are looking for a new level of security with all of the surprise attacks. Because it is nearly impossible to prevent explosions, ArmorThane blast mitigation coatings can reduce damaging effects.
A question that is often asked is “which is better a factory order bed liner or aftermarket addition?” The truth is that it depends on the product. ArmorThane dealers are trained to do it right, but that may not be the case with other products.
Which is better…a Spray-on Bed Liner or a Drop-In version? If you’re at the crossroads of making a decision on which type of truck bed liner to install, we’d like to give you some facts.
To permanently repair and restore cladding such as on a Chevy Avalanche you need professionally-applied polyurethane. Paint and other products are known to peel and fade. The material is the same rugged coating that is sprayed on truck bed liners.