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Neogard® Unveils Refreshed Brand Identity, Logo and Website

Feb 05, 2020

Neogard®, a part of Hempel, announced at the 2020 World of Concrete Show in Las Vegas, Nevada that it launched a refreshed corporate brand identity, redesigned logo and website.

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Neogard RTS PMMA/PUMA Systems

Nov 09, 2018

PMMA/PUMA systems for fast turnaround in challenging conditions.

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Introducing NEOGARD High-Solids Silicone Roof Systems

Jul 03, 2018

High-solids silicone systems with fast return to service, no tear-off, and lower lifecycle costs.

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NEOGARD Introduces New Food & Beverage Brochure

Apr 03, 2018

NEOGARD introduces a new NEOGARD Food & Beverage Brochure.

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Updated Roofing Guide Specifications

Mar 13, 2018

Updated versions of our Elasta-Gard Roofing Guide Specifications are now online.

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Flooring Product and Guide Specification Updates

Mar 13, 2018

New versions of our Chemical Resistant Urethane (CRU) and Polyaspartic are now available.

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2017 Application Manuals Now Available

Nov 10, 2017

The 2017 NEOGARD Application Manuals are now available online. Changes to this year's manuals include:

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Introducing Wall-Gard HD

Oct 02, 2017

NEOGARD high performance Wall-Gard HD wall coating system for interior applications addresses the market needs for healthcare facilities, hotels, schools, universities and high traffic commercial facilities looking for an architectural finish with industrial coating performance.

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Theoretical vs Actual Coverage Rates

Jul 20, 2017

Theoretical coverages are those calculated for glass-smooth surfaces with no allowances made for loss. Manufacturers publish theoretical coverages instead of actual coverages because they cannot anticipate job or surface conditions.

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What's the Point With Dew Point?

Jul 06, 2017

Dew Point is the temperature at which moisture will condense on a surface. No coatings should be applied unless surface temperature is a minimum of 5°F (3°C) above this point. Temperature must be maintained during curing.

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