Hyperdesmo Polyurea 2K HC®

       
 

Two-component, sprayable, hot-cure polyurea for waterproofing & protection.

   
 
 

HYPERDESMO®-POLYUREA-2K-HC is a two-component polyurea system, composed of 100% solids, for application by plural component spraying equipment. It is highly elastic and has a polymerization profile specially formulated for enhanced adhesion. It is highly recommended for commercial and industrial applications which require high levels of abrasion resistance and impact strength.

Minimum total consumption: 1.5-2.0 kg/m2

 

Recommended for:

Sealing of cementitious surfaces.
Waterproofing and protection of:

  • PU and polystyrene insulation foam

  • floors

  • roofs

  • tanks

  • pipes

Shelf Life:

Can be kept for 12 months minimum in the original unopened pails in dry places and at temperatures of 5-25°C. Once opened, use as soon as possible.

 

Packaging:
40kg (20+20) Pails

and 400kg (200+200) barrels

 

 

   

Features & Benefits

  • Quick curing - gel time 30 sec (unaffected by humidity and weather).

  • Bubble and defect free membrane

  • 100% solids, of which, more than 85% urea groups

  • no plasticizers

  • no heavy metal toxic catalysts

  • Excellent thermal resistance, the product never turns soft. Max service temperature 80°C, max
    shock temperature 350°C.

  • Resistance in the cold: The film remains elastic even down to -40°C

  • Excellent mechanical properties: High tensile and tear strength, high abrasion resistance

  • Good chemical resistance

  • Moisture vapor transmission: The film breathes so there is no accumulation of humidity under
    the coat

  • Special primers available for almost every substrate.

 

Application:

Drums of components should be heated to 25°C prior to mixing or dispensing. Please contact our technical department for information on setting up plural component dispensing machines. Do not walk on membrane for 24 hours after application.

For further details please refer to the

 

Technical Data Sheet:

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