Vital Coat Poly 85 is a two-component, slow curing, no odor, hybrid polyaspartic coating system designed as a decorative yet durable coating for commercial and industrial flooring. Formulated with aliphatic chemistry, Poly 85 is color stable allowing it to take UV exposure without color shifts seen with other coating systems such as epoxies. Poly 85 is a 1:1 mix ratio system with sufficient pot life to be rolled, brushed, or sprayed . It has a robust application window with ability to apply at low temperatures and high humidity.
- Lower odor than most polyaspartics
- Cures at temperatures just above freezing
- Can be applied below -20°F (-28.9°C). Will cure with special handling
- Excellent UV resistance, non yellowing and high gloss characteristics
- Excellent color stability
- Achieve a variety of colors, patterns, and logos, using decorative flakes, particles, or signs
- Excellent abrasion and impact resistance
- Available in low VOC and also in zero VOC formulation for restricted areas such as Southern California
- Micro media traction agents can be introduced into the liquid system or dispersed into the top coat
- Excellent chemical resistance, resistant to skydrol
- Resistant to hot tire peel
- Excellent coefficient of friction properties
- High build capability in lifts of 10 – 12 mils maximum
- Can be matted with a matting agent
- Bonds to virtually all substrates of any dimension, including metals, concrete, and fiberglass
- Tolerant to 300°F (149°C) for random, incidental heat contact
- VOC compliant in all 50 States and Canada
WHERE TO USE
- Marine protection for fiberglass, steel, concrete or wood
- UV-stable top coat
- Aircraft hangar floors
- Low temperature equipment
- Maintenance facilities
- Offshore platforms
- Industrial shop floors
- Secondary Containment
- Cooling towers
- Wastewater treatment applications
- Garage Concrete Floors
Polyaspartics are six times stronger than epoxies which is important to consider when making the final decision for your project. If you are coating a garage floor that will have vehicle traffic and high impact use, a polyaspartic coating is going to hold up much better than an epoxy floor would. The cost difference between epoxy and polyaspartic are marginal, so most people opt for the polyaspartic. Polyaspartics are most commonly known for their flake look from vinyl paint chips that create a texture on the floor. This subtle texture makes the floor less slick and more scratch resistant. A quartz look and a solid color look can also be achieved using polyaspartics. This product can also be used indoors.
When it comes to interior spaces, the design is typically the deciding factor because both epoxy and polyaspartics work great. Polyureas and polyaspartics adhere best when the concrete surface is ground down with diamonds to strip any stains and previous coatings. This requires heavy duty, professional equipment. Grinding concrete can create a lot of dust. If the dust is not contained, it will leave a huge mess.
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