SpartaFlex is a polyaspartic floor coating, made by HP Spartacote. SpartaFlex is a two-component polyaspartic concrete coating. It is fit for exterior and interior uses. The Spartcote formula gives floors remarkable durability, color/gloss preservation and is suitable for all climates. SpartaFlex’s two-part system creates a chemical reaction which hardens and preserves the material. SpartaFlex floor covering is a superior choice for commercial, industrial and residential floors.
Efficiency / Sustainability
A Proven Track Record of Performance
With applications spanning thousands of projects worldwide,
HP Spartacote® strives every day to remain on the cutting edge
of Polyaspartic coating technology.
Our patented polyaspartic formulations remain the foundation of our
product offering. Fully tested in accordance with ASTM standards,
HP Spartacote® products provide superior performance with tremendous
versatility and productivity. A comprehensive platform of flexible and
in-depth training options ensures that all applications conform with
manufacturer's specifications and are tailored to the precise
requirements of each project.
As a member of the US Green Building Council, HP Spartacote® is
dedicated to employing sustainable systems that incur less waste and have
minimal impact on the environment. While not only allowing for potential
LEED credits to be earned, our low and no odor VOC-free coatings are
suitable for a wide range of interior and exterior applications.
HP Spartacote's® impermeable and anti-microbial surface makes ﬂoors
easier to maintain. Incur lower application costs with fast cure times
and reduced down-time.
Enhance Your Image
100% UV clear top coats and UV stable pigmented coatings provide
for a rich and long lasting ﬁnish that will not fade, yellow or peel.
Adhesion is Key to Our Performance
A fundamental component to HP Spartacote's® performance has and
continues to be its adhesion to concrete and steel. The unique ability
of our products to effectively absorb into the substrate
allows for both chemical and mechanical
bonding within the pores of the material.