high-build coating

high-build coating

A coating composed of a series of uniform tile-like films which are applied in thicknesses (minimum 5 mils) greater than those normally associated with paint films and thinner than those normally applied with a trowel.
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"As a high-build coating, Hempafire Pro 315 can also be applied up to 1,600 microns in one coat, which means almost all steel sections can be covered with just one layer of intumescent coating.
It is a direct-to-concrete and masonry high-build coating that offers maximum performance in one less coat, with no need for priming."
From a topside perspective, Fast Clad Urethane and Fast Clad Direct-To-Metal Urethane are new polyaspartic chemistries that are high-build coatings with low VOCs that can replace traditional epoxy/anticorrosive-urethane systems.
Some ultra high-build coatings are designed with high tensile and flexural properties that significantly enhance structural strength.
These high-build coatings provide a breathable, elastic finish that helps bridge hairline cracks and can be applied in one less coat compared to conventional masonry coatings, saving time and labor.