Coating Options


 Polyaspartic  was first introduced in the early 1990s making it a relatively new class of coating. Polyaspartic is actually an alphatic polyurea  polyaspartic coatings are UV and light stable and will not yellow. They are user-friendly with longer working times and still maintain a fast-cure. 

Concrete floors

 A polyaspartic garage floor can be completed start to finish in about 5 hours (an epoxy floor typically takes 5 days).  

Steel and metal coating

 Polyaspartic coatings are a relatively new class of coatings that have been used successfully in a number of high profile protective and marine applications for steel and concrete 

Polyaspartic uses

 In exterior structures, especially bridges, corrosion of the embedded reinforcing steel is the number one enemy. If these structures can be sealed so that water can't penetrate, there can be no corrosion. Polyaspartics can play a role in this protection. 

Commercial Floors

 Kitchens, restrooms, and other commercial applications are great applications for this surface, since it resists stains and withstands heavy abrasion—as much as 3 times the abrasion resistance of epoxy 

Other blends

There are many hi bred combinations that may be a great match for your special needs. Give us a call and we will be glad to assist with your project.