Are you looking for a protective roof coating that can withstand extreme conditions? Well, you are not alone. It is every homeowner’s dream. Thanks to polyurea, the goal is valid. Since the introduction of the polyurea coating approximately 30 years ago, its outstanding toughness, flexibility, and the chemical resistant surface have rendered the traditional urethane coating irrelevant. You may be wondering what polyurea roof coating is all about. Don’t fret; continue reading as this article will outline everything you need to know about the polyurea roof coatings
Polyurea roof coating not only cures within a short time but is also robust and waterproof. You can also use the polyurea-based Elastomeric coatings to bridge hairline cracks appearing on concrete surfaces as they can waterproof their substrate up to about 300%. Polyurea coatings are therefore ideal to use on:
- Industrial work floors
- Parking Decks
Reasons for Using Polyurea Roof Coating
- Atmospheric, Chemical, and Environmental Resistance
- Abrasion Resistance
- Structural enhancement
- Corrosion Protection
Polyurea Roof Coating Comparison
If you compare with the ancient systems of roof coating, polyurea offers more benefits to the contractor, house owner, or specifier. The advantages achieved include fast set, physical properties, and return to service. For instance:
- Application on Different Substrates
In different humidity environments and temperatures, you can apply polyurea roof coating in a variety of substrates such as wood, concrete, or metal
- Spray Applied
If for industrial use, you can apply polyurea by spraying. It, therefore, is not only fast to implement but also mixes proportionally and accurately. You get to apply any mil thickness on single or multiple passes with ease.
- Additional Characteristics
You can incorporate the following to the polyurea roof coating to enhance its appearance:
- Slip resistance
- Surface textures
- UV stable colors
- Portable water approved NSF systems
- Variety of Strength Properties
Polyurea physical properties are unusual! Based on the materials used, you can formulate a range of features; from high, superior, strong, hard, or soft.
- Chemical Tolerance
Polyurea Roofing Systems amazingly resists the corrosive chemical fallout either from the neighboring buildings or the roof’s surface.
Unlike many roofing systems, a polyurea roof coating can withstand standing water conditions available always. If a roof coating from the polyurea family gets used as a secondary liner, it must not leak.
Contact Scorpion Coatings to learn more if there is a roof coating option for you.