Why ArmorLiner Is The Ultimate Liner

 




 

Over its lifetime, your vehicle will endure marks, dents, and scuff marks on the paint that will result in expensive repairs and possibly lead to the development of rust that will cause permanent damage to the metal.

 

If you're trying to give your vehicle a different look that offers the latest and best level of protection, look no further than ArmorThane's ARMORLINER. Trucks, SUVs, and other vehicles with ARMORLINER have a rugged look as well as an armored surface that safeguards against scraping and marking. ArmorThane

 ARMORLINER is ideal for all people from the hardcore off-roader to the custom car fanatic.

 

Custom Features: 

One of the most remarkable things about ARMORLINER is that it cannot only be completely customized in a way that suits your style, but it also contributes full-body durable security. ARMORLINER remains unyielding to gouging, rips, tears, and scuffs. 

ArmorLiner is a two-component, 1 to 1, 100% solid, fast set, liquid applied polyurea liner system for metal, concrete, fiberglass, and wood surfaces.

 

MIXING:

Volume mix ratio is 1 part Side A to 1 part Side B. ArmorLiner may not be diluted under any situations. Thoroughly mix Side B Polyol Resin with air-driven control machinery until a homogeneous mixture and color are achieved.

 

APPLICATION PROCESS:

Pigmentation: ArmorLiner Side B Polyol Resin demands that 100 grams of ArmorThane pigment be mixed into every one US gallon.

 

SURFACE PREPARATION: 

In general, coating administration and adhesion are directly comparative to surface preparation. Most failures in the appearance of surface coatings can be connected to poor surface preparation. Polyurea coatings rely on the fundamental strength of the substrate to which they are coated on. All surfaces must be free of dust, dirt, corrosion, and other contaminants. When coating substrates earlier used, it is important to consider the likelihood of substrate absorption, which may modify the coating system's adhesion, despite the surface preparation. ArmorThane understands the potential for individual substrates from one project to another. An adhesion test is advised prior to starting any project. Refer to the technical bulletins in the ArmorThane Operations Manual concerning the preparation method for the substrate.

 

APPLICATION:

ArmorLiner is spray applied using the ArmorThane Highline plural component spray machinery.

 

Both ArmorLiner Side A and Side B materials should be preconditioned at 80-90oF (27-32oC) before applying.

ArmorLiner materials should be coated at temps over 150oF. Adequate pressure and heat should be maintained at all times. ArmorLiner should be sprayed in smooth, multidirectional coats to increase uniform thickness and shape.

 

 

PACKAGING:

ArmorLiner comes in a 100-gallon drum kit: 50 gallons per drum Side A ISO and 50 gallons per drum Side B Polyol Resin.

 

 

SAFETY AND HANDLING:

Do not handle until the Safety Data Sheets (SDS) for each component have been read and understood. Regulations require that all employees be trained on Safety Data Sheets for all chemicals they encounter.

 

THIS PRODUCT CONTAINS ISOCYANATE AND CURATIVE MATERIAL:

ArmorLiner has a shelf life of six months from the date of manufacture in original, factory sealed containers.

 

Both Side A ISO and Side B Polyol Resin drums must be stored above 60oF; avoid exposure to freezing temperatures. Store drums on wooden pallets to avoid direct contact with the ground.

 

Suppose stored for a long period, rotating drums (both Side A and Side B) regularly. Do not begin using drums until ready to use.

For more info regarding ArmorLiner, contact ArmorThane today!

 

Truck 'N Car Concepts :: Spray In Bedliners











Here on a pickup truck like this Toyota, Tundra, you're gon na haul stuff - and what happens you scratch up? The bed got a beautiful truck and a good-looking bed. Well, I'm with Jack Anderson, a farmer Thane and he's gon na put the beauty back in our bed. Wow now we're gon na put a spray-on bedliner on this truck today and obviously there's gon na be some prep work. So let's get started. Okay, before we start grinding and our prepping, our bed we're going to go ahead and remove the last of the hardware in here all right, you know the hooks out of it we'll take the tie-downs out what about these, because the owner has chosen to leave them In the armored thing will seal around them and make a good seal on the floor, our around some of the trucks, the bed bolts, need to be pulled for a service issue, so in this case the owners opted to leave them in all right, less work. That'S work once we get these tie-downs out. What'S next to tailgate, we'll go the tailgate and when we get to our tailgate, we're gon na check and make sure we don't have any wiring from the tailgate to the the bed for backup cameras or backup, sensors make sure we have all our wires unplugged and Then we'll take them, remove our tailgate all right. We got our tailgate off we're ready to tape it off, but we're gon na remove this panel Jack. Now. Why are we removing this panel? Well, if we left the panel in place and frayed the tailgate with our machine, we would seal this panel to the tailgate and, unfortunately, mechanical parts have a way of breaking it. Myself. We had an issue in here. We wouldn't be able to get this panel off. All right so we're just gon na space it up so we're gon na take this panel loose we're gon na tape, the linkage rods and the lock, and then we got these tricky little wood blocks here when we actually spray it we're gon na. Have it spaced up away from the tailgate, we'll still get our arm Athene around the inspection cover and the tailgate, but when we're done spraying we'll take our blocks out, we can plus background lamp. Put it back down. It'S removable all right! Well, you're, ready tape. I'M ready to tape. We saw all the work that went into prep of the tailgate but Jack. Now we've got tape off the bed. Well, we're gon na tape that okay, we're gon na start with our wide tape, we're gon na wrap it around this edge. We'Re gon na go clear around the bed. We'Re gon na, take our narrow tape and we're gon na go just behind a crown back here around the tailgate opening all right. Well then, I'm gon na tape off the bolts that will hold the tonneau cover I'll put them back in. So we don't get any liner inside the bowl holes yeah rough up the surface. It'S not gon na. Stick, we don't rough. It up correct crack all right! Then we'll wipe it out with a snowman in all, it's left drape to plastic and we're ready to spray you betcha once Jack is finished masking the bed. He will cover the rest of the truck with plastic to prevent any damage and he will start spraying

Performance TV ArmorThane Bed Liner Demo






If you own a pickup truck like this Toyota, Tundra, you're gon na haul stuff - and what happens you scratch up, the bed got a beautiful truck and ugly looking bed. Well, I'm with Jack Anderson, I'm Armour Thane and he's gon na put the beauty back in our bed. Okay, before we start grinding and our prepping, our bed we're gon na go ahead and remove the last of the hardware in here all right. You know the hooks out of it we'll take the tie-downs out what about these, because the owner has chosen to leave them in the armored thing, will seal around them and and make a good seal on the floor. Our run some of the trucks, the bed bolts need to be pulled for a service issue, so in this case the owners opted to leave them in all right, less work, that's worth all right. Once we get these tie-downs out. What'S next step, tailgate we'll go the tailgate when we get to our tailgate we're going to check and make sure we don't have any wiring from the tailgate to the the bed for backup cameras or backup. Sensors make sure we have all our wires unplugged and then we'll take and remove our tailgate all right. We got our tailgate off we're ready to tape it off, but we're gon na remove this panel Jack. Now. Why are we removing this panel? Well, if we left the panel in place and frayed the tailgate with our machine, we would seal this panel to the tailgate and, unfortunately, mechanical parts have a way of breaking them out. So if we had an issue in here, we wouldn't be able to get this panel off all right, so we're just going to space it up. So we're gon na take this panel loose we're gon na tape, the linkage rods and the lock, and then we got these tricky little wood blocks here when we actually spray it we're gon na. Have it spaced up away from the tailgate, we'll still get our arm? Athene around the inspection cover and the tailgate, but when we're done spraying we'll take our blocks out, we can push back the lamp and put it back down. It'S removable all right, well, you're, ready, Jake, I'm ready to take. We saw all the work that went into prep of the tailgate but Jack. Now we've had tape off the bed where we're gon na tape that okay, we're gon na start with our wide tape. We'Re gon na wrap it around this edge. We'Re gon na go clear around the bed. We'Re gon na, take our narrow tape and we're gon na go just behind the crown back here around the tailgate opening all right. Well then, I'm gon na tape off the bolts that will hold the tonneau cover I'll put them back in. So we don't get any liner inside the bowl holes. Yeah yeah. We got ta rough up the surface. It'S not gon na. Stick, we don't rough. It up. Correct crack all right, then we'll wipe it out with a stone, but in all it's left, drape to plastic and we're ready to spray you betcha, once Jack has finished masking the bed. He will cover the rest of the truck with plastic to prevent any damage and he will start spraying we'll have that when performance TV returns now keep in mind that spraying, a truck bid can take a while. So we asked Jack to fill us in on some of the tips and techniques he uses with armor thing. A lot of places that the applicators will miss is the area up underneath the bed, rail, and so that's. Why that's one of the first areas that that we show our dealers how to spray or what to spray, is to stand behind the truck bed and spray up underneath of that rail for stepping to the side and actually spraying the side panel? Getting enough thickness around the edges, we like we like to have a full quarter, inch around the tailgate opening and around the edge of the tailgate and usually on the average pickup truck you'll spray. The sidewalls three to four coats on the floor, sometimes six to eight to get your mill thickness that you're required. When you get the bed done, then you go back to the tailgate and you'll finish it up with your third in your fourth coat. For the most part, the plastic or rubber pieces in the front of the bed, where a hole and access hole to get it down the assembly line, there's never anything behind them. So we always ask the customer and/or the dealer. You want them straight over. Do you want to take them out? We prefer to spray them over because they're made to slip over a piece of thin sheet metal. So when you put 3/16 coating on the bed, then the plugs never stay in. They never look right, and so it's best if they don't have a preference for a moment, there's what's called a texture coat when you get done spraying. The truck liner you'll have shiny spots rough spots, not so rough spots, and the texture is what goes over it from a distance of five to six feet and it's kind of used you're sprinkling the droplets over. What you're gaining is two things you're making it all. Look the same, and that's where you get your slip resistance a bed liner with no texture will be slippery when wet won't hold the cars will load very well, so, based on what the truck is going to actually be used for, there's a degrees of texture, you Can touch they're real severe or you can put a real fine texture on. So it's been that's, like I said, that's all done from six to eight feet with the gun just moving, slowly back and forth over the bed. Now we have the final finished product all done. Look how nice and smooth it is it contours nice with the bed. It'S gon na keep this truck bed looking beautiful, no matter what you haul in your truck

Repair and Restore Avalanche Cladding






Hi, my name is Stefan I'd like to talk a little bit today about Armour Thane and its brand truck bedliner. Armor Thane is a multinational company that was founded in 1989 and is based in Springfield Missouri armor Thane is a leader in spray and drug bedliners. I currently own a 2002 Chevy Avalanche with the light grade. Colored plastic cladding plastic cladding was designed to provide a distinct look and added protection to the vehicle over the years. The cladding developed appearance issues like fading chalking. This even zebra stripes, due to the direct sunlight and heat after several complaints to the dealer about the appearance of the cladding, the dealer and General Motors agreed to a one-time product called armadillo, not to be confused with armor thane. This product lasts about six months. After several more complaints to the dealer, they agreed to try another product called Gator back Gator back was a sprayed-on application which actually sprayed a lighter color and made the original cladding look lighter than it was intended. This product didn't last long either and started the peel. I was sideswiped by another vehicle from the driver side, front door, rearward damaging the running board and a piece of cladding right in front of the rear tire. It was the worst I purchased new piece of cladding only to find that the new piece and the original cladding that was Gator back didn't meant I've heard of other clouded avalanche Childers spring there, climbing with a plastic spray paint called fusion. So I gave it a shot. What I did was actually bought a can and sprayed the drains on the inward side of the right and left sale panels, as you can see over time they faded and didn't. Last to my specifications I had a friend of mine recently had a spray and truck bedliner done to his vehicle. I asked him, I said man, it looks good said. Who is the name of that company who sprayed it in and what product is he so? The name the company was total customs of a foul Missouri. That'S called armor thing. His new truck bedliner looked great by the way, so I had a thought. I thought I would try this application on the running board first on each side and see how it turned out. I spoke with the folks at total customs Mike and Tom, letting them know what I wanted to do with the running board. Since it was a plastic application, they weren't real sure. You know how it were here to the plastic, so they asked me if I'd come out, so they can take a look at it. Folks and total customs agreed to spray the running boards with the armored thing bedliner, but didn't want to guarantee it at all. They were not sure how well we're here. What I asked them to do is encapsulate or totally spray. You know top bottom front back the whole piece of running board just so there were no edges or anything for moisture get up under once I saw the finished product the running boards. I was convinced this was definitely the way to go, as you can see what I've got here. I'Ve got the the front section of fender to the rear of the front tire, the front door, the rear door, the rear piece in front of the rear tire, the rear, quarter-panel, and I have the rear bumper sprayed as well. It'S it's pretty much a work in progress, but I'll tell you what it's well worth the the weight and trying to get this thing completed. This is phenomenal. This is where project armor lanch came into play. So what I did here is to explain a little bit. I took each piece off of the vehicle, like I said: the fenders, the doors, the recorders and took them out to a time when I did. I did the rear quarters once and then I can go, do the doors and the front fender. So the folks at total customs mike and tom, actually Adam, did the spraying out there. They totally encapsulated each piece which made it a little more difficult for the application go back on the truck, but I tell you what, like I said: well worth it. This is a phenomenal product and definitely the way to go. If you are a cladded avalanche owner and you are looking to revive or restore the cladding on your vehicle, I would suggest don't go to paint route and go the armor thing around. It'S truly amazing, like I said, each piece is totally encapsulated I'll, try to get a close-up view of the original, but the old first I mean you can see lines all through it. It'S still looking chalky. I just do my best to keep it clean right now, but here is they finished the armor Thayne product, like I say it's a little dirty now, but very phenomenal stuff and I'll just kind of give you a little bit of glimpse here. Here'S the inside look! Look door stop swinging the inside section of the door and, like I said it's totally encapsulated. So if I were to look all the way up underneath the door, I mean you, you couldn't see any light gray, color anymore. This is totally encapsulated. This stuff is phenomenal. Get a hand out here, so I still have, as you can see some pieces to go the sail panels on top the saddlebag the rear covers, but I've got the recorders, the bumper. I still have some sections here in the back of the truck look at the difference. Look at the two. It'S just phenomenal. I like to say that there are other applications for the armor thin spray. You know I'm looking now at currently adding them into a boat product project that I've got going on now with a jambo, but this stuff is phenomenal. I was actually at a my son's baseball games and I had the truck parked down the third-base side of the field and it was a foul ball. It took a shot, took one skip off the ground and made direct contact with the rear quarter-panel. To my surprise, there was no damage to the quarter panel at all no damage to the armor theme product. This stuff is very flexible. It'S a two-part process. It'S a high temperature high heats process. It'S a polyurethane based material, very, very flexible. So, like I said, I just want to give many kudos thanks to the folks at total customs, Mike Tom and Adam in O'Fallon Missouri. I also want to give many thanks to a hank at the armor thing, I'm kind of helping this project along and Doran. He can so, like, I said, still a still working progress. This would be the next piece that gets done, so I can always add more more video and show you how it comes along, but, like I said this is a phenomenal product. Definitely the way to go for cladded avalanche owners. I would definitely not do the spray paint so project armor lanch is is awesome in thanks.

Iraq UltraBlast Coating Test for ArmorThane








Constructed that you see behind us here was built four meters by three meters on four walls. We coated about three to four millimeters on each wall. One wall is coated on both sides, either Wonderwall quoted on the just, the middle are the the inside and the one was just coated on the outside. So we're going to test it with about, took our one kilogram of c-4 explosive, yes for to to test how it can stay together and withstand the blast. This is, this is the first wall. This is the first wall which was done. We have the coating on both sides, which is about three to four millimeters of the ultra blast coating on this wall, this side and also on the inside, so the on to two mr. Garak, can you explain to me more? What is exactly, we can do it get a starting of a building, how we can save the buildings well Ali. You know that in today's world safety and security is very important. You want to be able to protect people, protect lives, protect injuries, so you want to use this product on many applications which include hospitals, schools, malls government buildings, police stations and even some of the checkpoints that you have in this country here. So it's very important to keep the safety of the people so that there's very very little injury. Our product is very tough, it's very resilient. It takes a lot of it, absorbs all the impact of explosion, so it's it can withstand all those sorts of damages. This is is about the bullying. Now tell me: what is what is the building? What is more, like more importance behind the building, what you can do it for this project? Well, there's more applications than even just the building's themselves. It can be used as a waterproofing membrane. It can be used as something that would actually increase the strength of a building. So there's many applications beyond that. We we have some parts we're working on which will develop for ballistic protection, so would be good for for any bullets and other fragments, as explosions happen. So yeah there's a host of different applications and uses within the military are very important to to protect our our forces and the people that work in our military. You, you

☢ Bomb Proof Truck Bed-Liner










Final experiment for bedliner bedlam, the bomb. If you coat your house in bedliner, you can make it blast, proof all right. Here'S what I'm thinking! Four walls, total cinderblock walls, one coated, one knot and two standard wood frame walls, one coated one! Then we detonate an explosive see how the net stands all right, then we'll see how strong the stuff really is and quick as a flash they've knocked up those four walls for a test. So we have two sets of walls, wood ones and cinderblock ones, and we're gon na see how well the bedliner does against an explosion. A lot of people ask me: do you ever get tired of blowing stuff up? I tell them. No, I don't it'll be a blast times four, but that's not good news for buster, so he plays Buster right in the middle of our wood frame house he's got no instrumentation inside of him. This is just a visual test, well see if the walls fall in on him on this side of the wall. I'M setting up the black c4 is exactly five feet away instead of the wall, unless he explodes it's gon na be putting out a blast. Load of 95 psi see how the wood wall handled okay. This is control test for bedliner. Here we go great. What that wall - oh yeah, Cajun, busser, unsurprisingly, the code-compliant wooden wall between Buster and the c-4 failed, looks like we just put a new door in. I, like our c4 remodeling now, if this bedliner has any hope of working at all, what it's got to do is contain most, if not all this and keep it from hitting buster my prediction, I don't fix it well to fight out its relocation. Relocation as buster is moved to an identical wooden home. Good luck, Buster you're, gon na need it all, except the coating of bedliner now for the bedliner house, same mantasy for same distance, all right. This is wood wall with bedliner versus c4. Do it in three two one clears in what does Wow the wall is still together, no right, but we got to check the inside. It stopped the shockwave from breaking through the wall. That'S incredible! This is in remarkably good shape, all right. Well, let's blast her from the outside: let's check the inside, oh, I would have to say this is totally blast-proof. Amazingly, the coated wooden walls are indeed bomb-proof, but can bedliner hold the c-4 wolf away for the cinder blocks? Now we are moving on to the cinderblock wall, but we are going to double the amount of c4. The reason is because the amount that we use on the wood walls would not do any damage to the cinderblock wall. All in all, it's just another brick in the wall. It is doing so. We are also increasing the amount of blast load from 95 psi to 1,400 psi. We'Re gon na set off c4 in front of both walls and see what happened so first to find out what double the c4 does to their cinderblock control in three two one: Oh Wow back out. It go just like the wood wall, but it pushed all the bricks out of the water and, I would have to say, buster, probably didn't survive this blast all right. Well, uh, let's see what the bedliner dad! Okay, that was pretty impressive for the ultimate test of bedliner. Buster has his back to the reinforced wall, but will it be enough to protect him from a c4 blast? This is bedliner on a cinderblock wall in three C's smoke rise, yeah, that's a big black mark, but I don't think it did any damage from the front. It'S looking good for blast-proof bedliner, guys, looking really good from this side. Yeah there's hardly any damage. It'S just dirt: let's look at the other side, Buster survived, so bedliner is blast-proof totally blast-proof. This one's confirmed as it turns out bedliner, has amazing blast proofing qualities. We sprayed it on a wood wall. Here it kept the wall together, showering busted with debris now here with our cinderblock wall, it totally devastated the back of the wall, crumbled, everything debris everywhere and here on our treated cinderblock wall, not a scratch on it. Bedliner is a blast proofing. Agent confirmed, that's incredible and I've got a new application for bedliner huh, that's awesome stuff. What else can we do with it? Wow, let's see if we can make stuff both room without shark room. What about bear proof? You

Which Truck Bed Liner is best? Let's find out!











Help you guys today, I'm out here at Great Lakes landing, so we're gon na go and take the DCD 790 turn it on and spray it with light next until it stops. Why not [ Music ]? Are you guys to work Great Lakes Linux? What we're gon na do is we take this drill, we've already kind of prepped it to the floor, so the line except the pressure doesn't blow it over. I'M gon na turn it on high and then they're gon na spray. It we're gon na see what happens. Sam, what do you think's? It happened. I think something's gon na happen. It'S gon na stop and I'm hoping for something to blow up like we'll see. I don't think it's good work just for electronics, but if it does it, I promise you guys. I will go find a cheap drill. It doesn't have like trash, got, ta, see it blow up. Yes, people have blow stuff up. You know that the wall might overpower your line axe. So what we're getting is gon na happen when it gets sprayed in here? You guys it's gon na start, gumming up and drying, and that's where it's gon na see bullet do I'll, be able to power through that. If you come to the back here, so you guys got ta charge battery and then I'm just going to pull these South wire things. We got hi Godspeed, one. Let'S bring the special diner [ Music, ], [, Music, ], [ Applause, ], [, Music, ], [ Applause, ], [, Music, ], [ Applause, ], [, Music, ], [, Music, ], [ Applause, ], [, Music, ], [, Music, ], [, Music, ], [, Music, ], [, Music, ] [ Applause, ], [, Music, ], [ Applause, ], [, Music, ], [ Applause, ], [, Music, ]. What do we got man? What kind of temperature we got roll in there? What'S your guess, three hundred degrees yeah athlete at least 2:58 max so far, but you can just feel I can feel it from here. How much money in Linux did we just waste? Do this is a full bedliner work, the material poundage wise? I mean you're talking geez Louise forty forty pounds of material Wow. So now, which is this such a thick line, except? Is it gon na take longer to cool? And now you got all that heat? Let me know you've done. I mean it's social watching, for I got three more inches of materials. The brain you're talking is gon na, be like game and one of the cool thing about this product. Is it dry so fast and it's three of my seconds from a liquid to the solid right? Well, that's what I thought was gon na happen once it hit Dan caught it we're gon na slow it down, but out yeah that really amazed at the torque yeah. A spindle took a long time. This is probably more what stopped it than the actual yeah so somewhere under there is it the wall drill there look at this, though right now. Is there any way we're getting that Joe back? If you cut it open, you could? Oh really yeah Wow, but I mean it'd be a lot of chiseling and oh yeah. We might have to do that for the next video, I'm thinkin all right, you guys. If someone once you get their drill line-x, where would they go Great Lakes lionex we're at 25 sever up 176 berry Grove, Illinois, eight one, five, four, five: five zero one, two three go line X that info all right. You guys and we're gon na have a lot more on the channel line x comment below what do you want to see line X? Next, we're almost gon na go to the point where, if you guys want something line X, didn't want to see on the channel. Let us know and you'll ship it out to us and most brave for you you're not getting the back, but we will allow spray it and see what's happening so great, it will destroy it, yeah well, spray and destroy it. Exactly lion actually is something of each others like a car, someone's cars yeah Omega cool makeup that I pick something you picked something of mine LaRosa's, we spray something they value night. I know exactly what I'm going for your kegerator your face. Hi you guys peace out chosen action, my god here it [ Applause, ], remember for more exciting to election, go to tools in action; dot-com