Polyaspartic Coatings

Polyaspartic coatings are tough, durable polyurea coatings based on the reaction of amine-functional polyaspartic esters with polyisocyanates.  Polyaspartic coatings are used in indoor/outdoor applications to protect concrete and steel.  Common applications include residential garages, warehouses, industrial/commercial spaces, bridges, roofs, light poles, and rail cars.

TSE-EZASP™ polyaspartic resins are amine-functional resins for use with  TSE-EZNATE® aliphatic polyisocyanates (or other polyisocyanate hardners).  TSE-EZASP™ polyaspartic resins, mixed at a 1:1 ratio of TSE-EZNATE® aliphatic polyisocyanate hardener, form a two-part system that can be easily applied with a roller, squeegee, or sprayer.  The end product is a hard, clear, non-yellowing protective layer.  Color chips can be added for extra grit and customization.


Polyaspartic Coatings Advantages

  1. High durability with excellent abrasion resistance, weather resistance, UV-stability, good chemical resistance.
  2. Dramatically reduced cure times for increased productivity and reduced cost.
  3. Thicker layers mean fewer applications. Jobs are typically completed within one day.
  4. Net Zero VOC.

Polyaspartic Products Manufactured

  • TSE-EZASP™ 7980 Resin (versus Desmophen® NH 1220)*
    Very fast-curing aspartic ester, medium viscosity
  • TSE-EZASP™ 7981 Resin (versus Desmophen® NH 1420)*
    Medium-curing aspartic ester, medium viscosity
  • TSE-EZASP™ 9033 Resin (versus Desmophen® 1520)*
    Slow-curing aspartic ester, low viscosity
  • TSE-EZASP™ 8443 Resin (versus Desmophen® 2850 XP)*
    Aspartic ester used to lower viscosity
  • TSE-EZNATE® 1100 Hardener/Curative (versus Desmodur® 3600)*
    Aliphatic polyisocyanate hardener

TSE-EZASP™ resins are available in several different cure speeds.  Different resins can be blended to achieve custom curing characteristics and pot life requirements.

Polyaspartic coating systems provide significant advantages over alternative systems, including faster cure times, increased durability, and excellent corrosion and abrasion resistance.  Thicker layers mean fewer applications and increased productivity.  Polyaspartic coatings can be used by themselves or in combination with polyurethane technology to create polyurea/polyurethane hybrids for customer-specific properties.

Download TSE’s EZASP™ and EZNATE® Polyaspartic Coatings Infosheet.

*Desmophen® and Desmodur® are federally registered trademarks of Covestro, LLC. TSE Industries, Inc. is not endorsed, sponsored by or affiliated with Covestro.

Polyaspartic Coatings
Polyaspartic Coatings
Polyaspartic Coatings

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