Solution Highlights

Case Study #1
This particular client has three underground production waste water basins. These concrete basins had been applied a membrane liner on the concrete surface in 2008. After several months, the liners were failed. We were asked to replace the old liner with Polyurea liner. The properties of Polyurea were best suited for tank liners.

Case Study #2
Southwest Coating and Lining finished a product waste water basin lining for this particular client...




Contact Info

Southwest Coating & Lining
Michael Young
Address: 6300 West Loop South
Suite 100 Bellaire, Texas 77401

We provide job site evaluations, written specifications, material recommendations, and budget estimates.


To assure quality, economy, and customer satisfaction our Bid Proposals contain the following information to assist customers in making informed decisions and to ensure warranty availability when applicable:

1. Site Analysis - Provides documentation of types of surfaces and total surface area to be coated; quality and quantity of materials and equipment needed; skills and man-hour requirements for craftsmen; logistics and accessibility of project.

2. Job Specifications - Provide written communication of project scope, proposed surface preparation, recommended materials and application methodology.

3. Cost Assessment - Provides project cost information to establish a workable budget.

4. Site Preparation - Provides site-specific logistics, work scheduling and synchronization to minimize normal operations hours interruption during a project.

5. Innovative Knowledge - Provides each job site with a foreman to perform regular Superintendent visits/inspections, a Project Manager and/or Company Management to ensure work quality, equipment coordination, proper materials inventory, and supervision of workmen to maintain schedule, safety and cost commitments.

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Polyurea is a remarkable technology with a range of uses limited only by your imagination. Polyureas are being used successfully around the globe. An example of this is how Polyurea coatings make an excellent protective covering for polyurethane foam roofs. Polyurea can be formulated to meet specific performance requirements due the wide range of physical properties that can be formulated. Some systems have the "Cool Roof" ENERGY STAR® rating for color and reflectivity. These reflective coatings can help reduce the amount energy consumption buildings use for heating and cooling. The fast cure time and insensitivity to moisture allows for a quicker installation with a wider application window.

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Polyurea Advantages and Benefits:

* No VOC’s and Little to No Odor
* Some Systems are USDA and Potable Approved
* Weather Tolerant: Cures at -25ºF to >300ºF even in High Humidity
* Excellent Resistance to Thermal Shock
* Flexible: Bridges Cracks
* Waterproof, Seamless and Resilient
* Unlimited Mil Thickness in One Application
* Spray, Hand Mix and Caulk Grade Materials
* Excellent Bond Strengths to Properly Prepared Substrates
* Resistant to Various Solvents, Caustics and Mild Acids
* Low Permeability, Excellent Sustainability

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Roof Coating
Truck Bed Liners
Flooring and Parking Decks
Pipe Coatings & Linings
Bridge Coating
Joint Fill/Caulk
Tank Coatings & Linings
Waste Water Treatment Linings
Manhole & Sewer Linings
Theme Park & Decorative Design coating Aquarium Lining
Landscape & Water Containment
Automotive Fascia OEM Molded Parts
Water Parks & Playgrounds
Railcar Lining & Track Containment
Line Striping
Spray Molding
Fuel Storage & Containment

Polyurea is truly a remarkable coatings, linings and joint sealant technology. It is being used successfully for so many different applications today. Polyurea coatings and linings are more commonly applied over concrete and steel for corrosion protection and abrasion resistance. They also have tremendous advantages over conventional materials for joint fill and caulk applications due to their fast set nature, high elongation and durability/abrasion characteristics. Polyurea can be molded and shaped by spraying it into molds. Similarly, polyurea is also used as hard coat protective shell over expanded polystyrene (EPS) for architectural molded fascia applications. The markets and applications are endless and rapidly on the rise. Polyurea's future uses are limited only to one’s imagination! The main issue everyone must understand is that Polyurea by name is not a specific coating system or a specification, it is a description of a polymer TECHNOLOGY. A great technology that boasts so many different formulations and physical property ranges. There are pure polyureas (defined by the PDA) and there are hybrid polyurea systems, each possessing their own characteristics, advantages and disadvantages.

“The guys at Southwest Coating & Lining were clean and very professional”
-Daniel L. (a satisfied customer)