polyurea hull spraying video

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  1. sdowney717
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    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uyrogrbahyQ

    this stuff looks similar to sanitred permaflex.
    although I dont know how flexible polyurea is.
    polyurea sets up fast.
    It has the same glossy shiny look.


    permaflex is here. roll or brush on and takes time to setup.
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    coating was unbreakable
    also hit an aluminum coated plate with explosive and it stayed intact.
    I imagine this on a hull bottom would protect it well from intrusion like hitting a log or planks leaking
     

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    This is similar to spray on pickup Bed liner. Probably can be spray onto mold like gelcoat. Fibers could be added, probably flexible and heavier than similar resin infused fiberglass.
     
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    Interested.
    One of my pet fears is opening up a tear in a FRP hull by striking a sea container.
    It looks like this product might mitigate the damage from this sort of event eh?
     
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    Buy or build a metal boat... It will lessen the damage.
     
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    I will call one of the suppliers and see what up.
     

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    Ace Dragon Polyurea and Spray Foam

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