Polyaspartic Coating

Definition - What does Polyaspartic Coating mean?

A polyaspartic coating is a protective layer of aliphatic polyurea that is applied to metal or concrete floor surfaces. The surfaces are layered by spraying, painting or plastering to prevent corrosion and erosion.

Corrosionpedia explains Polyaspartic Coating

A polyaspartic coating has a coat setting time ranging from 10 to 45 minutes. This can be an advantage for small application areas, yet detrimental for larger areas that may dry before the application is completed.

Polyaspartic coatings are very hard and tough which enhance protection but may hinder repairs and modifications.

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