Sherwin-Williams Unveils Moisture Cure Urethane for Military Applications
A new enhanced moisture cure urethane from Shewin-Williams is engineered for ease of application in high humidity and other challenging environments.
Sherwin-Williams (Cleveland, Ohio) has launched an enhanced moisture cure urethane specifically engineered for ease of application in high humidity and other challenging environments. The topcoat delivers exceptional protection for military equipment, and provides improved dry times and consistent results. The new urethane is approved by the Army Research Lab and meets MIL-DTL-53039 requirements.
Applicators can achieve a high film build in any environment through the product’s enhanced sag resistance — up to 15 mils wet — and improved adhesion properties. As a ready-to-spray solution, the new moisture cure urethane helps applicators reduce their material and labor costs while providing top-quality performance and consistency.
“Beyond meeting performance specifications, the new moisture cure urethane optimizes throughput and batch-to-batch uniformity for our customers,” says Matt Flory, Sherwin-Williams global director of sales and marketing for military coatings. “The ready-to-spray formula also contributes to increased productivity. It sets a new standard for performance and application for military topcoats.”
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