EPOXY OR POLYURETHANE FOAM? A casual debate often will arise over the use of either epoxy or polyurethane foam for foundation crack repair. Both will fill the crack and stop water from entering through the crack. If stopping a leak is the only concern, then either product is fine to use. The question remains, which one is better? That depends on the type of crack and conditions present at the time of the repair.
Mike Vernelson is a world renown award winning artist who has been creating realistic exhibits using concrete and Polygem Zoopoxies. He now is sharing his expertice by offering classes called EPOXY 101 that will teach you everything you need to know to create amazing exhibits.
We are pleased to present a new test report from QAI Laboratories that reveals our NEW and IMPROVED #307 FR LITE is not only a Class A Fire Rated material but that it now offers 50% LESS flame spread than our original #307 FR LITE formula. To achieve a Class A rating, the tested material cannot have over 25 feet of flame spread and the original #307 FR LITE had a 20 foot flame spread and the NEW and IMPROVED #307 FR LITE has an 10 foot flame spread! Our commitment to im
Fixing a crack using the same high strength epoxy that professionals use is now easily done with the LCR Liquid Concrete Repair Kit. The repair is done from the inside using a standard caulking gun where with low pressure, you “inject’ the liquid epoxy into the crack, filling the entire inside of the crack top to bottom with a high strength epoxy. The epoxy cures and forms a “permanent” weld of the cracked concrete and water will not be able to re-enter the crack.
Polygem is dedicated to providing environmentally safe , non-toxic epoxy products for the creation of naturalistic artificial environments of extraordinary realism, functionality and breath-taking beauty. Zoopoxies can be utilized to create special effects for movies and TV commercials. Theme restaurants, parks, casinos, shopping centers, resorts and hotels have used Zoopoxies to create point-of-purchase displays that hold the visitor interest.