Industrial Application

Ultimate Linings protective coatings are field-proven in Harsh, corrosive, industrial applications.


Regardless of whether your installation calls for the protection of steel surfaces and structures or you are looking for a quick curing coating for general construction and manufacturing applications, UL has the right primer, base, and top coat system to meet your specific needs.

Provides protection from:

For nearly three decades, Ultimate Linings protective coatings made from elastomeric polyurethane and polyurea, have provided maximum protection for industrial and commercial applications.

  • Wastewater
  • Salts
  • Solvents
  • Acid
  • Lye
  • Alcohols
  • Alkalies
  • Aromatics
  • Bleaches
  • Chemicals
  • Oils
  • Detergents
  • Fertilizers
  • Ketons


UL uses only the finest-quality, advanced chemical compositions and state-of-the-art application techniques to provide coatings with the highest tolerance for extreme chemical and atmospheric conditions. From acids and bleaches to intense freezing and scorching temperatures, our highly elastic, flexible, and durable linings provide a water-tight, monolithic seal with strong protection against abrasion, corrosion, chemicals, slipping, and vibration.

  • Heavy Machinery
  • Pipeline
  • Bridges
  • Manufacturing Facilities
  • Primary & Secondary Containment
  • Storage Tanks, Vessels,
    & Shipping Containers
  • Oil & Gas

Industrial Coating

Industrial Coatings are here to protect your applications and choosing the proper coating can be challenging. We want to be there to help protect your valuable assets and to help you with our expertise and knowledge. An industrial coating is a layer of protective coating applied to steel, concrete, and other materials. The coatings are manufactured with common polymers such as epoxy, polyurethane, urethane, acrylics and more. Industrial coating formulas and application methods vary widely depending on the structure and the protection needed. Industrial coatings can help to increase the lifetime of materials, which reduces replacement costs.