Innovation in the Spray Coating Industry — Polyurea Apply Coating for any Foam Project
Polyurea apply coating is a new development of recent years. This coating gives a plastic-like appearance and feeling when sprayed on almost any foam. The coating is hard yet polyurea durable, providing a strong covering to any foam cut project, and protecting it from break damage or weather corrosions.
This coating can be applied to any foam project, including signs, letters, art logos, props and the queen’s moldings. The polyurea coating combines high flexibility and durability with high solidity, and iit s an easy drying out type of coating. It can be cured even at very low temperatures due to its chemical properties, and there is no need to use a prompt. After being sprayed, the foam can be sanded to a smooth or uneven finish, according to the patron’s needs. It can also be painted with almost any paint, including water-base such as latex, or oil-based paint, as well as auto paint. This coating dries in minutes, providing a difficult chemical and scratching resistant coating, without any blisters. Since the polyurea dries very fast, it requires an efficient mixing and spraying techniques, preferably using a sprayer rifle.
There are other styles of coatings that can be sprayed or covered on foam, including adhesive glue, aqua resin, epoxy coating, fiberglass, plastic and polystyrene. However, the polyurea is about 100 times stronger. Using polyurea will not just make any foam project break resistant; it will likewise save any organization from having to buy a costly coating machine that costs tens of thousands of dollars.
This material is non-toxic and is completely safe for use. Almost any foam can be sprayed, including rigid foam and soft polyurethane foam. When spraying it, both a smooth and a uneven finish can be applied. In addition, it has several positive aspects, some of them include high curing speed (even at low temperatures), water resistance, protection from conditions of dampness, heat, cold and sun, extreme scratching resistance, resistance to arctic shock, chemical resistance, no smell, good adhesion to the material it is sprayed on and unlimited application thickness.
Due to the polyurea unique physical and chemical properties, especially being hard and able to serve as isolation, there are many industries that have recently made a large use for it. Some of them add the concrete industry, flooring, roofer, bedliners, tunnels, pipelines, bridge coating, container coating and lining, underwater, decorative and industrial designs yet others. The polyurea is much more than simply a coating. It is also a lining and a sealant with endless applications.