Coating Polymers for the Anti-Corrosive Coating Industry

Adding Superior Protection & Color to Concrete Surfaces

Resistant to Cold Temperatures:

When they are formed, Polyfusion coatings do not undergo any cross-linking: since they are not linked the ones with the others, the molecules of our thermoplastic resins cannot break, as they slide the ones on the others with no cracking; hence, this kind of thermoplastic resins is much more flexible than thermosetting resins and in case of dilatation, their links are not broken causing the typical cracking which is the case with thermosetting resins.

Resistant to Thermal Shocks from -70°C TO +70°C:

Polymers will maintain its flexibility even at low temperatures, thus minimizing maintenance costs. Its resistance to cold temperatures makes it particularly suitable for refrigerated cells and external environments. Polyfusion offers engineers and designers a global solution to join internal and external environments with one floor-coating without breaking or discontinuity.

Resistant to water, fats, acids resting on the coating:

Any liquid which comes in contact with Polyfusion would not cause fissures or cracks, because the thermoplastic material concerned is a vapour barrier. Since it is antiosmotic, Polyfusion would not allow liquid particles (molecules) to infiltrate into its material. Therefore, acids, oils, animal or synthetic fats can rest on its surface without causing any damage.

Key Benefits:

  • Resistance to stress cracking, adverse weather conditions, detergents, salt and typical airborne pollutants
  • Excellent adhesion
  • Excellent abrasion and impact resistance
  • Superior chemical resistance
  • UV rays resistance
  • Flexibility and Repairability
  • Anti-osmotic barrier
  • Halogen free
  • Combustion fumes are low in smoke
  • Low toxicity index
  • Environmentally safe

Typical Uses

For protection of concrete surfaces (bunds, floors, industrial) where chemical protection, durability and speed of application are paramount.

Application Method

Polymers are commonly applied through Flame Spraying using special coating applicators such as the IBIX SPARTACUS Flame-Spray Powder Coating System.