Chemical Resistant Surfaces
Chemical protection is a serious concern of most
companies today; therefore, we have developed a network
between product manufacturers and our installation team
to be absolutely sure the systems we specify will meet
and exceed your needs for chemical protection.
It has been our experience that all chemical resistant
surfaces require special attention because of the many
variables involved, such as:
Defining particular chemistries and the duration of
The possible mixtures of chemicals
Temperature of products.
In chemical resistant situations, it is also
important to produce proper drainage and slope for
maintenance & inspection purposes.
● Reconstruction damages
or deteriorated floors and wall.
● Produce a protective
membrane between chemicals and your concrete.
● Correct or create slope
and produce custom contours.
● Form and pour castable
Novolac epoxy wall and floors that are 1" thick.
Used in reconstruction of concrete sumps, basins, and
● Novolac mortar system
with 60 mil Novolac topcoast protects this equipment
base from chemical attack. It also reduces
maintenance with Monolithic coves, proper slope and
easy to clean surfaces.
● Provides high
durability impact resistance.
● Bonds permanently to
concrete, quarry tile, brick pavers and plywood.
● Abrasion resistant
● Low odor
● Creates sanitary, easy
to maintain surfaces.
● Urethane mortar
topping installed at 1/4" provides high durability,
a wide range of chemical resistance, rapid curing
and excellent thermal shock resistance capability
(even live steam).
● Urethane and epoxy
systems available in coatings, trowel applied and
self leveling versions.
● Novolac coating
systems provide protection for light to moderate
● Stands up to grease,
alkalis, food, and mineral acids.
● USDA approved.
● Organic and inorganic
acid and solvent resistant.
● Systems specially
designed to fill your particular needs.
● Novolac epoxy handles
intermittent spills up to 250˚F
(122˚C) without heat distortion.
● Available in a wide variety of colors
standard color chart PDF).
● Trowel on systems for vertical surfaces.
● Cast in place trench drains for custom
installations where pre-cast drains are too large or
do not provide adequate chemical protection.
Resistance guide and technical data for Novolac
Resistance guide and technical data for Urethane
Resistance guide and technical data for self
leveling Urethane Systems
All of the information seen above are examples of
some methods of chemical protection. But,
there is no one system that "fits all". Please
contact us for a consultation before making your
decision on a chemical protection system. We
can answer your questions and help getting you the
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