A liquid polymer coating that sprays cobweb-like filaments that form a tough, waterproof, flexible, monolithic membrane that will conform to any surface.


Cocoon coatings can be applied to interior and exterior structures to protect against the penetration of water, dust, gas and oil. The tough, flexible web structure ensures the efficient and effective sealing of walls, including wall penetrations, regardless of changes in substrate. Cocoon resists all forms of corrosion and prevents surface deterioration caused by acids, fats, greases and fungi, as well as by chemical laden fumes and vapors.

Cocoon Uses

Mothballing - Cocoon sprayable vinyl plastic coating will conform to the contour of any surface to provide a tough, flexible monolithic seal. This hermetic seal is possible due to Cocoon's unique ability to bridge openings.

Versatility - Cocoon is an extremely versatile sprayable vinyl plastic coating. Sunlight, rain, wind and marine atmosphere have little or no effect on Cocoon. Cocoon coatings prevent water and moisture vapor penetration and protects walls, both interior and exterior, from structural damage brought about by the presence of excessive moisture.

Plenums - Cocoon is a permanent positive seal for use in plenums due to its ability to bridge openings and to conform to any surface. Cocoon's tough flexible membrane creates a moisture vapor barrier that is able to maintain specified operating pressures. Cocoon eliminates the necessity of using gaskets, sealants or mortar. The Cocoon applicator is solely responsible for the creation and integrity of the seal.

Clean Rooms - Cocoon is a monolithic finish is extremely washable and is resistant to most chemicals and cleaning agents. Cocoon will not chip, crack or peel due to impact. Should the coating be damaged, repairs can be effected and the seal restored in a matter of minutes. It is available in hospital white or color of your choice through custom color match.

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