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Breeze-Blocks Being Coated With GLS Coatings Polyure Crash Test


This video shows breeze-blocks being coated with GLS Coatings’ Polyurea. The coating is spray-applied and is touch-dry in UNDER 10 SECONDS. The coating is then immediately subjected to blows from a sledgehammer. The coating is fully intact – but the breeze-blocks not coated are completely destroyed by the impact.

source/image(PrtSc): GLS Coatings Ltd

Concrete structures can be coated to preserve and protect them; GLS Coatings are resistant to a wide range of chemicals and are used to coat diesel bunds for Network Rail.

GLS Coatings are particularly effective against hydrogen sulphide (H2S) and sulphuric acid (H2SO4) which affects the calcium carbonate constituents of concrete, and a wide range of chemicals and can halt the effects of concrete cancer.


GLS Coatings’ experienced technicians apply our specialist coatings to waterproof, protect and electrically insulate numerous substrates across many sectors. All our work carries a manufacturer’s warranty of up to 30 years.

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