Landscape designers and contractors have found similar benefits with polyurea. Polyurea is often used to contain water for ponds and pool decorations to form a primary containment liner.
Use of geotextile material is common when applying polyurea over dirt. Proper surface condition is vital when applying over concrete and most other substrates.
Polyurea coatings combine high tensile strength and elongation properties with low permeability and high impact resistance, making them ideal where a tough, flexible liner is required.
Polyurea is also used extensively in the water and wastewater industries and are ideal liners for most water tanks, including salt water. Many of the world's sea aquariums have turned to polyurea lining technology due to its fast set return to service characteristics, ability to achieve UV stable colors, and its superior physical properties over conventional linings. Polyurea can even withstand most chemical gasses produced at waste treatment plants.
Induracoat also provides Polyurea liners for koi ponds and swimming ponds with the lowest toxicity levels on the market. Other liners on the market release plasticizers into the water which are deadly to your fish life.
Polyurea can conform to any shape, & can be installed with or without reinforcement in transitional areas. The product retains flexibility in low temperature, coats carbon or mild steel metals without the need for primer. While typical rubber liners are 45 mil (thousandths of an inch) thick, Polyurea spray liner is applied at a thickness of 80 mil & comes in a variety of colors.