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MPC Coatings


Why choose polyaspartic coatings?

Polyaspartic coatings are a type of protective coating often used to cover floors and walls. They are known for their durability, resistance to UV rays and chemicals, and quick-drying properties, making them ideal for commercial and industrial settings.

Polyaspartic and polyurethane coatings are ideally used as topcoats to improve the properties of your current floor by providing UV resistance and additional resistance to abrasion, impact and wear. Polyaspartic esters react slowly with isocyanates producing a modified polyurea, while polyurethane coatings are formed by a reaction between diols/polyols and isocyanates.

Due to the versatility of their chemistries, we can formulate coatings with extended pot life, high solids and virtually zero VOCs. When cured with aliphatic isocyanates, we obtain UV and light stable protective coatings with a low tendency to yellow.

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