Whether we are ready or not, winter is coming. In many parts of the country, the severe temperatures mixed with ice and snow make for quite harsh working conditions. Winter weather is hard on people, sure-- but it’s also hard on your equipment! For two or more months per year, your gear must withstand the winter elements. Protect your business by guarding your equipment against the damages caused by winter weather with Sioux Rubber & Urethane!
Though it may not be your initial concern when you consider winter, salt poses a large threat to your operations during the icy months. Often used in excess to prevent slipping and sliding across the ice, salt solves one problem while causing another. Salt leaves behind a corrosive film that wreaks havoc on metal and paint-finished surfaces. Fortunately, there is one thing salt can’t corrode: Urethane coating. A Urethane lining protects your equipment from corrosive elements like salt, giving you peace of mind this winter. We offer linings and spray-on options that coat just about anything with a protective layer designed to set your mind at ease.
When the freezing temperatures hit, it’s important to be mindful of how you are operating, storing, and protecting your equipment from the cold. Exposed substrate is always more vulnerable. With a rubber or polyurethane lining, your equipment has a layer of protection that will serve to keep it functioning all winter long. Endurawear, our patented polyurethane blend, is formulated with unique properties that allow it to flex and bend with the change in temperatures. Unlike other linings or coatings, it won’t snap, flake, or chip when the serious cold arrives. Instead, it will expand and contract as needed in order to provide the ultimate protection from the elements.
Winter is hard, but preparation can help. With Sioux Rubber & Urethane, you have an extra layer of protection against the corrosive salt and damaging cold. There’s still time to get your equipment lined before the brunt of winter arrives, so don’t wait! Call us for a quote today, and relax as we head into winter. You’ve got this!