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October 2006
Hard Coating

Chemline (St. Louis, Mo.) announced the availability of its CHEMTHANE 7050 spray-applied polyurea "hard coating"designed to protect Styrofoam or expanded polystyrene (EPS) architectural shapes from impact and the effects of nature. It features a 3,000 psi/20.5 MPa tensile strength, 67 shore A hardness and 40 percent

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Posted on: 10/1/2006
Source: Composites Technology

Chemline (St. Louis, Mo.) announced the availability of its CHEMTHANE 7050 spray-applied polyurea "hard coating"designed to protect Styrofoam or expanded polystyrene (EPS) architectural shapes from impact and the effects of nature. It features a 3,000 psi/20.5 MPa tensile strength, 67 shore A hardness and 40 percent elongation. Along with impact protection, the coating provides protection against thermal expansion and water intrusion, the company reports. The fast-setting, two-component coating reportedly cures within seconds, allowing manufacturers to quickly produce "ready-to-install"parts for buildings. chemline.gocomp.biz/1

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