Featured Products:

  • BallisticSkin™ Polyurea

    BallisticSkin™ super-polymer technologies are designated into 3 groups: BS-NEAT, BS-LAM and BS-SM. BS-NEAT may be cast optically clear to a thickness of 1.25″ (31mm) to handle intense hand gun fire at close range with fire-power from multiple rounds of 44 magnum, 9 mm and 45 caliber bullets. As shown in shown Fig. 1 a couple of 45 caliber bullets were stopped at a depth of .375″ into BS-NEAT at close range. BS-LAM is specificially designed for composite builds using numerous inner members such as ultra hard steels, ceramics, kevlar fabrics and ultra-dense engineered thermoplastics. BS-SM is an ultra tough energy absorbing skin used primarily in shrapnel mitigation.

    BallisticSkin super-polymer materials are capable of absorbing very high impact energy, extremely high tear resistance and can withstand high heat capacities whereby demonstrating ultimate toughness. The spray version of BallisticSkin (BS-SM) is used to strengthen a variety of military grade substrates used for tranportation vehicles, armorment assemblies and structural building reinforcement as shown in Fig. 2 where BS-SM is sprayed on a high strength very hard steel (Brinnel 60-65) panel at a thickness of 3.6 mm. Shown from the back side, the left hand side shows the dark green BS-SM super-polymer coating strenghthening the hard steel keeping it from shattering into shrapnel and panel failure cracking.

    Generally, BallisticSkin™ super-polymers are used in some type of ballistic shielding applications. These materials may be applied to many types of structural substrates which include high strength steel, 6061 Aluminum, high-strength composites, wood laminates, reinforced masonry and concrete. These unique materials provide extreme protection for safe-houses, personnel vehicles, government buildings, armed outposts and special aircraft. For specific applications, please contact our technical support group.

    Sprayed samples must be aged 30 days at room temperature prior to shooting.

    Please call or email our Technical Support Group for any questions regarding material, application or prospective uses.

  • ChemSkin™ Silicone Polyurea (CSP)

    CSP is a patented 100% solid silicone modified polyurea. The silicone modification increases chemical resistance, lowers water absorption, improves UV resistance and has higher HDT. The CSP also meets the NSF-61 requirement for potable water.

    US Patent #: 9,714,363

  • FireSkin 1K

    FireSkin™ 1K is a high temperature waterborne intumescent fire-resistant barrier coating that will withstand direct flame contact. It does not emit continuous smoke with E84 testing yielding 5=flame spread and 70=smoke during flame exposure. It is environmentally friendly and is used in demanding fire shielding applications such as mine safety, protecting steel frameworks, building foam insulation, utility poles, cedar shake roofs, styrene and polyurethane foam board and other flammable material protection. Designers also use this material’s unique decorative coating properties to enhance interior walls specified by fire-retardant requirements as acrylic texture chips may be added. 1K FireSkin also provides outstanding UV stability.

    It is a water-based formulation that is applied by low pressure air-less spray equipment, roller or brush. It is non-toxic and and may be appled in low-ventilated enclosed areas. Please call or email our Technical Support Group for any questions regarding material, application or prospective uses.

    GlowSkin is capable of being added to Fireskin 1K.

  • StormSkin™

    StormSkin™ polyurea is a very strong highly resilient super-polymer designed to aid in the protection of building infrastructures, pipelines, bridges, etc. This super-polymer is a derivative of BlastSkin™, a Military-Grade super-polymer, targeting extreme properties such as tear strength, impact and abrasion resistance. StormSkin is a non-breathable polyurea which eliminates water vapor transmission to underlying surfaces. This prevents metals to oxidize or rust under its impenetrable skin. It is used primarily to protect industrial infrastructures, waterproofing containment areas, steel frameworks, natural gas/oil pipelines, surge water walls, tanks reservoirs, rail cars, above and below ground piping, concrete and masonry waterproofing, heavy equipment coating, shipbuilding and harsh marine corrosive environments.

    Engineering Technical Support Group for any technical questions regarding material, application or prospective uses.

    Please call or email our Technical Support Group for any questions regarding material, application or prospective uses.