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Recomended Uses

  • Coating for steel or other substrate exposed to corrosion.
  •  Liner for concrete tanks, concrete floors, ponds, lagoon, reservoirs, dikes, irrigation ditches, tunnels, barges, etc.
  •  Top coat compatible existing membrane liners.
  •  Encapsulation for asbestos, lead paint, or other dry hazardous materials (consult SPI).
  •  Recoat over other polymer based substrates used for flooring, wall covering, and infrastructure protection.
  •  Replace or repair failed existing sheet membrane liner.
  •  Earthen containment used with or without geotextile. 
  • Steel tanks, silos, and pipes.
  •  Concrete parking decks.
  •  For texturing aged polyurea.
  •  Repair polyurea liners.
  •  Rock shield for pipelines.
  •  Recoat urethane liners. 


POLYSHIELD HT-100F UBTM pure polyurea is a high tensile, high elongation, high build, fast‐set, elastomer, specifically formulated to provide a tena‐ cious bond to certain thermoset plastic surfaces. Unlike most spray‐applied polyureas POLYSHIELD HT-100F UBTM has the unique advantage of ad‐ hering to many polymeric substrates, both new and aged, typically without the use of primers or extensive surface preparation. It provides a cost effec‐ tive, flexible, tough, resilient monolithic membrane with water and chemical resistance. 

Industrial Flooring

In house testing has shown excellent adhesion to certain clean, dry surfaces including:

  •  Latex rubber.
  •  Crumb rubber surfaces.
  •  Melamine.
  •  Firestone SBS roofing membrane.  SBR rubber .
  •  Aged polyureas.
  •  Automotive finishes.
  •  Roofing.
  •  Glass.
  •  Sarnafil vinyl roofing membrane.  Line‐X bed liner. 

TUFF Coat Marine is an attractive, easy to use non-skid coating, known for providing optimum traction on vessels, decks, and marina docks.

The rubber aggregate used in TUFF Coat Marine makes it extremely comfortable on bare feet and knees and provides excellent protection for equipment, ropes, dive tanks, etc. TUFF Coat Marine is simple to apply by both the “do-it-yourselfer” or by a marine contractor.

Tensile Strength                   ASTM D 412 3,900 psi (27.11 mpa) avg.                                     
Elongation                              ASTM D 638 300% (avg.)