Photo shows two-component urethane system using walnut shells. The goal for this test was to get to 60,000 cycles. The sample looked so good at the end of 60,000 cycles that the test continued to 120,000 cycles. Walnut shells did not kick out from the system.
Loose sand piling up. NOT GOOD. The integrity of the traffic deck has been compromise. Where the sand is no longer adhered, moisture has now found its way into the substrate.
Photo shows a standard moisture cure urethane system using sand as the non-slip aggregate. This was put on an abrasion machine for 8,000 cycles. The goal was to reach 60,000 cycles. The sand kicked out which accelerated wearing.
Primer sealer systems are designed to provide an unbreakable bond to concrete, chemically locking the membrane to the substrate.
Polyester reinforcing seam tape provides the protection of strength, flexibility, and thickness to the points of stress in your deck.
Our deck coatings share the same uniform physical properties, creating a vertically integrated and chemically bonded monolithic membrane for greater protection.
Patented in the 60’s, the use of walnut shells in a deck provides for uniform hardness between our coatings and aggregate assuring a long lasting durable wear membrane.
We have optimized the waterproofing formulation so the coating cures and performs the same each and every time regardless of climate conditions.