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World of Concrete 2017

World of concrete 2017

Join Us January 17th - 20th 2017 in beautiful Las Vegas for an exciting week of concrete and coatings.  

Stop by the booth to see what's new at Seal-Krete HP

We're outside again this year and our booth numbers are O40727 and O40731.

With over 600 square feet of booth space, we will have a bunch going on, so stop by and visit.

AIA Florida 2016 Convention

AIA Florida

Join us in Florida July 21 - 24 2016 for another Great AIA Florida Convention and Trade Show in Palm Beach.


Canadian contractors can now purchase  SEAL-KRETE®High-Performance products exclusively through Cloverdale Paint.  The SEAL-KRETE® and Cloverdale Paint agreement includes distribution throughout 64 Canadian locations in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Ontario, and Quebec.


High-Performance products include Poly-Shell™ 7000, Epoxy-Shell™ 1000, Epoxy-Shell WB250™, and Dura-Shell™ WB.  These polyaspartic, epoxy, and urethane systems are designed for large- and small-scale residential, commercial, and industrial applications.

SEAL-KRETE®   High Performance products include applications in restaurants, hospitals, warehouses, factories and shop floors.

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What’s A Mil?

By | Apr 16, 2015

How many times have you read a technical data sheet only to see square footage measured in mil thickness?  What exactly is a mil?  A mil is defined as a thousandth of an inch.  Which does not exactly help us applicators.  So when we use the term mil thickness we’re thinking of how many square…

Should I trust water-based epoxies?

By | Apr 16, 2015

New technology drives innovation in all things from cars to coatings.  Water-based epoxies are no exception.  In the past, water based epoxies were no more than modified 2-part acrylics, which contained more water than resins.  Although these coatings looked great after application, longevity and durability suffered.  No one, from the architect, engineer or contractor needs early coating failure. So,…

Is it wise to skip the vapor barrier?

By | Apr 16, 2015

I’m sure you’ve been here before, moisture tests on the slab show signs of moisture, but then someone decides to forego the moisture vapor barrier sealant.  Then months or even days later, after the install, the floor buckles.   Now all fingers point back at the flooring installer or the product manufacturer.  A highly publicized case of…