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The most thorough, hands-on training in the industry. Come and install a couple of garage floors with the most knowledgeable applicators in Canada. We offer the only private training sessions available, and we train installing in residential garages, not in a classroom / warehouse. We manufacture the highest quality polyaspartic materials.   


Unique and Superior Properties
• One-Day Installation with Next-Day Return to Service, foot traffic in just 2-4 hours
• 3-4x More Abrasion Resistant than Epoxy & Urethane Systems
• Low Temperature Application (-30f to 150f)
• 100% UV Clear with Excellent Color & Gloss Retention

Iron Man Coatings® polyaspartic aliphatic polyurea is a two-component, fast-curing primer sealer/finish coating for decorative and protective applications. Our coating is suitable for both interior and exterior applications over properly prepared substrates such as concrete, wood, and polymer-modified overlays.

Iron Man Coatings® polyaspartic features superior penetration and bond strength, abrasion ,impact, and wear resistance, flexibility, and UV stability. Our coatings are highly resistant to a vast array of chemicals, and will not peel up under hot tires.

Our coatings are ideal for garages, warehouses, labs, service areas, showrooms, patios, pool decks, walkways, aircraft hangers, commercial kitchens, washrooms, animal shelters, basements.

Product Features & Benefits

• Self-Priming
• Excellent penetration & bond strength
• Superior abrasion, impact & wear resistance
• UV-Resistant
• Resistant to hot-tire pickup
• Short re-coat time: 1-2 hours or less
• Low temperature cure (-30º F/-34ºC)
• Excellent chemical & stain resistance
• Skydrol resistant
• Micro media agents can be added for enhanced traction
• Tolerant to 300ºF for random, incidental heat contact
• VOC Compliant


• Not recommended for use over solvent or water-reducible acrylic sealers or stains.
• Not for use by spray application.
• Not a DIY product.

Product Data

Type of Material: Polyaspartic Aliphatic Polyurea
VOC Content: 0-200 g/L
Recommended Dry Film Thickness: 3 to 7ml per coat
Colours: 12 standard, custom colours available
Shelf Life: 12 months unopened. Store at 40°F to 100°F in a covered area (out of the sun)
Pot Life: 25 to 30 minutes
Minimum Recoat: 1 hour or less
Maximum recoat: 48 hours (contact manufacturer)
Walk-on time: 2-4 hours
Mixing Ratio: 1:1

Tensile Strength - ASTM D 638: 4,720-5,000
Falling Sand Abrasion - ASTM D 968: 32-37
Mandrel Bend - ASTM D 522: Passes, no cracking, 1/8” mandrel bend

Theoretical Volume Coverage Rates 

Primer 69% - 3ml DFT: 250 sq. ft. per gallon
Clear Sealer - 82% 3.8ml DFT: 333 sq. ft. per gallon
Clear Sealer - 82% 7.6ml DFT: 150 sq. ft. per gallon
Clear Sealer - 100% 3.8ml DFT: 422 sq. ft. per gallon
Clear Sealer - 100% 7.6ml DFT: 211 sq. ft. per gallon
Surface Preparation

Before application the receiving surface must be deemed structurally and mechanically sound, clean, and dry. Proper surface preparation is required for decorative concrete,thin-film “Class-A-type” flooring systems or sealer/finish coatings. This is best achieved with mechanical grinding machines using diamond heads achieving a final 30- to 120-grit profile. Recommended surface profile is SP-2, Reference ICRI Technical Guideline No. 03732.

All receiving surfaces must be free of previous coatings, sealers, curing compounds, water repellents, laitance, efflorescence, oils, fats, grease, waxes, residues from cleaning compounds, non-visible soluble salts, and any other impediments to adhesion. The resulting surface must be a neutral pH 7.


Always check for potential bond breakers. One method is pouring a slight amount of water on the concrete in random areas. If the water is absorbed into the concrete and leaves it wet, the substrate is porous and thus acceptable. If water beads up, this indicates
a bond breaker is still present and further surface preparation steps are necessary, such as additional mechanical grinding.

The rising moisture vapor emission rate must not exceed 3 pounds per 1,000 square feet (3 lb/1,000 ft²) over a 24-hour period as measured by the calcium chloride test method, ASTM F-1869. The relative humidity in the slab must not exceed 80 percent. Any repairs that are not associated with normal cleaning and surface preparation work (i.e., cracks, chips, pitted/severe spalls deemed non-structurally sound or have levelness issues) must be properly addressed and remedied prior to application of the coating due to the fact that coatings follow the contours of the existing substrate. All spalls and cracks should be repaired in accordance with ICRI standards.


Mix part A and part B in equal parts (1:1) using a clean, dry working pot. Stir gently, avoid over-mixing or creating a vortex that
would introduce moisture. Do not mix below the dew point, which will shorten the pot life. No induction time is required prior to use. 

If micro-media agents are to be incorporated, they are to be added after thoroughly mixing A and B. 


Roller application is recommended. The roller must have an industrial grade phenolic resin core with a synthetic nap or lambs-wool cover. 1/8” to 3/8” nap. The coating will typically be dry to the touch 1 to 2 hours after application, dependent on ambient temperature, slab temperature and humidity. Product may be re-coated at that time or when deemed appropriate by system specification. 

Always use good air ventilation to remove evaporating solvents from enclosed areas.


Polyaspartic aliphatic polyurea products contain chemical ingredients that are considered hazardous. Read the container label
warning and Material Safety Data Sheet prior to use.


Use Xylol or MEK. Do Not use Alcohols.


Every reasonable precaution is taken in the manufacture of all Iron Man Coatings products, however, the effectiveness of each product depends on the applicator’s judgement of a proper condition, and since conditions and methods of use are beyond the manufacturer’s control, only a warranty against defective material can be made. This product is warranted to be of uniform quality within manufacturing tolerances. Seller and manufacturer obligations under this warranty shall be limited to refunding the purchase price of that portion of the material proven to be defective. The user assumes all other risks and liabilities resulting from use of this product.​
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