Polyurea coatings protect steel tanks from corrosion, chemicals, and other natural weather and job site elements. With the correct surface preparation, substrate conditions, formulation choice, primers, and installation procedures, polyurea installs quickly, cures rapidly, and can extend the useful life of tanks. When lining a tank with a polyurea coating the coating will provide a protective layer against many chemicals and industrial liquids. Coatings have the ability to adhere to properly prepared substrates, and polyureas are the right choice for new storage tank lining and rehabilitation projects.Our closed-cell spray foam insulation, such as Heatlok® Soy has been used to insulate the exterior of tanks, such as a bio-diesel tank, then covered with a coating, such as Maxguard. The inside of the tank would also be sprayed with a coating of Maxguard for corrosion protection. Eco-Pur Pour-In-Place (PIP) is a chemical which does not generate as much heat, and reacts slower, which is important because if closed-cell foam is sprayed at too high of a thickness it can cause a fire – this is why we make certain slow-reacting foams. Eco-Pur PIP is ideal for pontoon boats and barges. When using it on ships – it is used in the hulls where there are voids that need to be filled with water-proofed material. Eco-Pur PIP can also be used on buoys which measure tidal changes. More applications exist in the industrial sector such as, floor and wall covering in all types of processing plants, hazardous materials encapsulation, aquaculture basins, high-traffic floor covering, renovation and protection of port structures, and internal and/or external protection of vats against acid. Polyureas also provide slip-resistant floor covering, protection for waste containers, a water and weather barrier, conveyor coatings, protective membranes in mines, wall and floor covering for walk-in coolers, freezers and cold storage, and soil protection and stabilization in the mining industry.

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