Yulee, Florida - US spray foam and polyurea supplier SoyThane Technologies Inc. sees the novel idea of a foamed polyurea, expanding five to seventimes its volume to bridge gaps and holes, as an industry first. And the group has unveiled a new ExpandoThane polyurea website, www.expandothane.com, to highlight the advantages of this foam polyurea coating technology.
A video on the new website shows how ExpandoThane works, expanding and creating a quarter-of-an-inch-thick seamless rubber membrane on top of a modified bitumen roof. Soythane describes the effect as creating "an extra thick bedliner as a self-flashing, seamless, rubber blanket of protection against both rain and hail."
Soythane says the site will be dedicated to showing ExpandoThane polyurea over roofs made of metal, modified bitumen, urethane foam and concrete.
The Yulee, Florida-based company plans to add new videos to the site,one of which will show a bowling ball bouncing off an ExpandoThanespray polyurea membrane from 20 ft (6 m) in the air.