The Benefits Of Polyaspartic Coatings
What are polyaspartic coatings?
When several facilities require advanced topcoat protection for their floor, counter, bar, and tabletop surfaces, they struggle to find the best and most dependable protective coatings that can meet all of their requirements. This dependable topcoat was developed over 20 years ago and has grown in popularity since then. Polyaspartic coatings are an aliphatic polyurea with the ability to protect and guard surfaces from damages such as constant automobile traffic, foot traffic, chemicals and spills, and other types of wear and tear.
High resistance protection
When compared to other coatings, polyaspartic floor coatings can withstand many types of stains, punctures, impacts, chemical spills, and direct contact with high temperatures. In the long run, this protective flooring system will not require costly and frequent waxing or any other type of resurfacing treatment. Simply sand the surface and apply an additional topcoat of polyaspartic coatings to recreate that beautiful shine to bring the coating back to life after years of use. Polyaspartic floor coatings are resistant to UV rays from the sun, making them an excellent choice for outdoor use and any room with a lot of windows or sun exposure.
Safe and swift installation
Popular facilities that are occupied around the clock, such as pharmacies and hospitals, cannot be shut down to accommodate the process of applying a floor coating. Polyaspartic floor coatings are advantageous in this case because installation costs are low, it leaves less odour, and it has a low level of disturbance. Curing can be completed in a single day, depending on the size of the floor, installation area, and site conditions. Polyaspartic coatings, unlike other flooring types such as carpeting or vinyl flooring, do not require outgassing after installation. Polyaspartic floor coatings contain no VOCs, so these facilities do not have to worry about reducing indoor air quality within the renovation premises.