Polyurea Articles

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Fountain Coating 90210 Style

"The existing pond was not in good shape for a variety of reasons, not the least of which was age. It was not restorable so it was gutted, the concrete was removed, and new concrete was poured.”

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Secondary Containment Upgrade Heats Up!

Concrete and polyurea seem to go hand in hand in the secondary containment world. This winning duo was no different at the Leffler Energy jobsite in Lancaster, Pa., when the containment that was supposed to be protecting the ground from accidental oil spills started showing signs of aging.

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Top Shelf Coatings for Japanese Bar

When Tokyo Rhino, a coatings contractor in Japan, got the call for a restaurant floor project in the Kanto region, they knew their exclusive distribution agreement with the U.S.-based Rhino Linings Corporation was the ideal match for the job.

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Cold Brew: Recoating the Interior of a Post-Fermentation Tank

Everyone knows Colorado winters can be brutally cold. And no one knows this better than the Utility Maintenance Contractors (UMC) crew that was tasked with repairing, prepping, and coating the interior of a 14,000-square-foot (1,300.6 m²) bolted steel tank at a well-known brewery that wishes to remain unnamed.

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Polyureas for Pumped Storage Facilities

To optimize hydropower pumped storage and resolve groundwater leakage issues such as infiltration and exfiltration, more facilities are turning to advanced waterproofing methods such as polyurea coatings and linings.

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Trucks, Plains, and Oil Terminals: Coating Containments

To transfer the oil from the trucks, secondary containment areas needed to be built at the crude oil gathering terminal. For use during the oil transfer, Hawkeye Oilfield created and coated three of those secondary containment areas.

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Polyurea Reverses Sewer System Deterioration

Sewers deteriorate with age and typically require a high level of maintenance. In Hong Kong’s aging infrastructure, brick and mortar manholes are particularly vulnerable to cracking and crumbling.

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Floor Coatings Report for Duty

While rehabilitating World War II-era Army barracks in rural California might sound like the opening of a haunting work of fiction, Joe “J.P.” Rodriguez had the very real challenge of transforming 200,000 square feet of gutted structures at Camp Roberts into fully functional living quarters for incoming troops in just 180 days

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It Rains, It Pours: SPF and Polyurea Waterproof Roof

When Tom Leaverton of Pro Set, Inc. was first called out to look at the roof of Grace Plaza, a shopping center in Bridge City, Texas, he figured it would be pretty much the same as any other roof coating project. He was soon to be proven wrong

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SPLAT! Expressing Creativity With Coatings

When a popular crafts material manufacturer decided to completely renovate its visitor center, one of the goals was to create a fun and innovative lobby and entranceway that would reflect the imaginative spirit of the attractions and interactive exhibits housed inside.

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Coatings Contribute to 1000+ Year Lifespan

How do you construct a concrete temple, walkway, and fountain to last 1000+ years and withstand a 10.0 earthquake outside of Los Angeles? Build to “the extreme,” as Innovative Painting & Waterproofing President Don Dancey described it.

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Marine Home Makeover

Imagine living in a home where the very walls you depend on are harming your skin, your health, and, therefore, your very existence.