Responding To Disaster With Polyurea
Disaster Restoration and PolyureaTo understand why Polyurea is so popular in disaster restoration, we must look deep into the actual chemical composition of Polyurea. Polyurea is not a specific coating system – it is a polymer technology with a wide variety of product formulations, offering a wide range of solutions. It involves a chemical reaction and a chemical mixture. It’s a combination of isocyanate and resin blend components. There are many variations of the isocyanate component. No other coating system compares to Polyurea when it comes to attainable physical properties. Polyurea is the greatest protective coating material on earth from high elongation to superior tensile strength from hard abrasion resistance to soft impact resistance. ArmorThane’s technical experts can help you understand how this pertains to your project and the benefits you stand to gain by incorporating it.
ADVANTAGES & BENEFITSIt is undisputed that polyurea coatings are the ultimate waterproof coating material. This is why they are so popular in large-scale tank projects as well as huge infrastructures. Polyurea is an ultimate sealant that offers an air-tight seal. Many contractors around the world use Polyurea in disaster restoration every year.
- Roofs- Powerful winds can unquestionably blow off roofs. Water can also infiltrate in the smallest of crevices. Polyurea coatings are ideal for sealing off damage and waterproofing the roofs of any structure.
- Basements- When water seeps into basements, it is time to start worrying. Mold forms if nothing is done to cure the area. Polyurea coatings are excellent for patch jobs. As you know, mold presents major health problems if not taken care of.
- Building foundations- Natural disasters cause cracks in building foundations. Polyurea coatings can be used to repair hairline fractures and prevent more damage.
- Flooring- Adding polyurea coatings to your current flooring is a definite asset when it comes to waterproofing.