What is MDI – Is it Safe?


What is MDI? MDI is the acronym representing methyl diphenyl diisocyantate. There are three main versions of this compound: 2,2′-MDI 2,4′-MDI 4,4′-MDI The 4,4′ isomer is most widely used. Who makes MDI Bayer followed closely by Yantai Wanhua. Other major … Continue reading

Benefits of Spray Cartridges


They are definitely clean compared to using plural equipment….But, there are a lot of downfalls to polyurea spray cartridges for Bedliner. Top 5 Problems with Polyurea Cartridges Expensive material compared to pure polyurea prices.. The prices of the average cartridge … Continue reading

A Summary of Polyurea and Polyurethane


What is a quality Spray Bedliner made from? If you do research about the large bedliner vendors (Rhino Lining, Line-X, Scorpion, etc) you will see boasts about polyurea bedliners as well as the words polyurea/polyurethane and polyurethane. When trying to … Continue reading

Polyurea and Polyurethane Detailed


Professional Grade Bedliner The truth is there are very few true polyurea bedliners. They are very expensive and dangerous. This topic is obfuscated with terms like poly hybrid, polyurea/poly polyurea/hybrid, etc. The reality is that pure polyurea is extremely expensive … Continue reading

VOCs Versus Isocyanates


What are VOCs Volatile organic compounds (VOCs) are organic chemicals that have a high vapor pressure at ordinary, room-temperature conditions. They have a low boiling point which yields a high vapor pressure. Because of this a large volume of molecules … Continue reading

What is Polyurea


Two-part polyurea spray elastomers were brought to market in the 1990s after being invented by Bayer in Germany–the aspirin company. They are useful coatings for large surface area projects because of their fast reactivity and relative insensitivity to moisture. They … Continue reading