Polyurethane Coating suits athletic/pedestrian floors.
October 19, 2007 -
CHEMTHANE 3900 aliphatic polyurethane coating has 1:1 mix ratio and provides abrasion and scuff resistance. It withstands high temperature from 180-250°F, and can be applied on surface with temperatures from 45-120°F. Weather- and impact-resistant coating also resists effects of gasoline, oils, anti-freeze, and salts while providing slip and stain resistance. It can be applied with either airless spray or high pressure plural component system.
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1 Steelcote Square
St. Louis, MO, 63103
New Aliphatic Polyurethane Line Paint Resists Abuse of Athletic Flooring
St. Louis, MO - CHEMLINE announces the development of the CHEMTHANE 3900, a new aliphatic polyurethane coating for athletic and pedestrian floor systems. The tough, durable satin and gloss finish line paint is ideal for application where abrasion and scuff resistance are important. This information is according to John Henningsen, spokesperson for the company.
CHEMTHANE 3900 is a 1:1 mix ratio flexible polyurethane coating that offers excellent resistance to weather and impact. This product can be applied with either an airless spray or high pressure plural component system. When applied at 10 mils in a single coat, one gallon of CHEMTHANE 3900 will cover approximately 175 square feet (4.3 sq. meters per liter @ 10 mils).
To top it off CHEMTHANE 3900 is very versatile and it withstands high temperature from 180F - 250F (80C - 110C) and it can be applied on surface with temperatures from 45F - 120F (7C- 48C).
When applied to polyurethane, wood or concrete floors, the highly flexible line paints will flex with the movement of the floor beneath. Plus the coating resists the effects of gasoline, oils, anti-freeze and salts while providing excellent slip and stain resistance.
Chemline Inc. is a manufacturer of spray-applied, high performance polyurethanes, polyureas and epoxy polymers for use in a wide variety of industrial and construction industries. For more information contact Chemline or visit their web site: www.chemline.net.