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Hammercoat Truck Bed Liners

  1. Hammercoat Truck Bed Liners
Hammercoat Bed Liners

What is a Hammercoat Bed Liner?

Hammercoat bed liners are a spray-applied polyurethane coating that creates a molded protective liner. Hammercoat isn't rubber. The chemical composition of Hammercoat makes it much more durable than rubber. It is flexible, rust resistant, chemical resistant, wear resistant and scratch resistant. Unlike rubber, it won't break down due to UV exposure. Because Hammercoat is 100% solids polyurethane, it does not contain any solvents and therefore will not break down over time.

Why Do I Need a Bed Liner?

Compare the benefits of Hammercoat Spray-On Bed Liners to other options:

BenefitHammercoat Bed LinersWithout Bedliner
Prevents rustYesNo
Impact resistantYesNo
Air and water tightYesNo
Maximized cargo spaceYesYes
Allows for accessoriesYesSome
Will not warp or crackYesNo
Corrosion/Chemical resistantYesNo
Withstands temperature extremesYesSome
Easily repairableYesNo
Flexible under heavy weightYesNo
Slip resistant surfaceYesNo
Noise reductionYesNo
Adds resale valueYesNo
BenefitHammercoat Bed LinersDrop-In Bedliner
Contour fit to eliminate rustYesNo
Impact resistantYesYes
Air and water tightYesNo
Drain holes availableYesNo
Bonds directly to surfaceYesNo
Maximized cargo spaceYesNo
Allows for accessoriesYesNo
Will not warp or crackYesNo
Corrosion/Chemical resistantYesYes
Withstands temperature extremesYesNo
RepairableYesNo
FlexibleYesNo
Slip resistant surfaceYesNo
Noise reductionYesSome

Why Choose Hammercoat?

  • Resists scratching, staining and denting
  • Protects against leaks, corrosion and rust
  • Reduces slipping and skidding
  • Absorbs impact
  • Sound deadening
  • Environmentally friendly, VOC-Free
  • Lifetime Warranty & MORE!
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How does Hammercoat compare to other brands?

Rhino Linings

  • Applied using a 2:1 low-pressure spray system.
  • Although 100% solids polyurethane, the product is not as tough as Hammercoat. Rhino Linings tend to be a softer product compared to Hammercoat, which means that it is easier to cut into or gouge out.
  • High solvent content.
  • Typically, Rhino is not applied as thick as Hammercoat.
  • A Rhino bed liner will turn a chalky white within 6 to 12 months after application.

Line-X

  • Applied using a 1:1 high-pressure spray system.
  • Although 100% solids polyurethane, it is not as flexible as Hammercoat.
  • Impingement mix gun is not as effective as a static tube when it comes to mixing the iso and resin together.

Scorpion

  • Applied using a hopper gun, low set-up time.
  • Only 1 gallon of material is applied to a truck bed versus a Hammercoat liner that receives 5-7 gallons of polyurethane.
  • Poor physical properties compared to Hammercoat.
  • Scorpion is often associated with poor adhesion. However, this may be due to poor preparation.

Speedliner

  • Applied using a hopper gun.
  • Slow set-up time, cure time of 3 days.
  • Only 1 gallon of material is applied to a truck bed versus a Hammercoat liner that receives 5-7 gallons of polyurethane.
  • Poor physical properties compared to Hammercoat.
  • Speedliner is often associated with poor adhesion. However, this may be due to poor preparation.

Arma Coatings

  • Applied using a 1:1 high-pressure spray system.
  • Impingement mix gun is not as effective as a static tube when it comes to mixing the iso and resin together.
  • Although 100% solids polyurethane/polyurea hybrid, it is not as flexible as Hammercoat.

Ameraguard

  • Applied using a 1:1 high-pressure spray system.
  • Hybrid polyurea.
  • Although 100% solids, it is not as flexible as Hammercoat.
  • Impingement mix gun is not as effective as a static tube when it comes to mixing the iso and resin together.

Herculiner DIY Kit

  • Brush or roll on.
  • Thin film applied with one gallon polyurethane and rubber granule coating.
  • Cure time of 24 hours for light use, 3-5 days for heavy use.
  • Physical properties are very poor compared to Hammercoat.

Gator Guard II DIY Kit

  • Applied using a Shutz gun, brush or roller.
  • Thin film applied.
  • Requires 2 hours of dry time.
  • Physical properties are very poor compared to Hammercoat.

US Chem/Morton Paint DIY Kit

  • 1:1 mix, applied using a low-pressure Shutz-style gun or roller.
  • Epoxy for #Defender. 2K urethane for #1440.
  • Two coats for #Defender. One coat for #1440
  • Air dry 8 hours. It can be sped up if baked. Cure time of 72 hours.
  • Very thin film. Impossible to get a heavy buildup.
  • Physical properties are very poor compared to Hammercoat.
  • Cost-per-gallon is significantly more compared to Hammercoat.
Before Hammercoat Bed Liner
After Hammercoat Bed Liner

Hammercoat Frequently Asked Questions:

How long do you need my truck to apply a Hammercoat liner?
The entire process takes about 4 hours from start to finish. If the truck is excessively dirty or accessories need to be removed, the process could take longer. You should expect to be without your truck for a day.

How long do I need to wait before I can use my Hammercoat liner?
Hammercoat sets up very quickly and becomes tack-free within one minute. We suggest allowing the liner to cure or 24 hours in a reasonably warm and dry environment before using it.

Will Hammercoat peel?
No. Properly applied, it will stay on virtually forever.

What happens to my drain holes when the liner is sprayed?
Most drain holes are covered over by the liner due to the thickness of Hammercoat. However, in the event you would like drain holes, larger holes can be drilled before the liner is installed. That way the exposed metal edge is sealed by the Hammercoat lining and you have holes available for drainage.

Can it be recoated? What happens if my Hammercoat liner is damaged in a vehicle accident?
No problem. Because Hammercoat is sprayed-on, damaged panels can easily be replaced and the Hammercoat re-sprayed. This creates a seamless repair. Simply take it back to any Hammercoat dealer to re-spray the damaged area.

Why should I go with Hammercoat liner vs. a plastic drop-in liner?
The reasons are too many to list. Plastic drop-in liners vibrate and rub through the paint of your vehicle, exposing bare metal and causing corrosion. Furthermore, plastic drop-in liners warp and crack, and become very slippery when wet. You won't find any of these problems with a Hammercoat liner. Loss of cargo space is also a common problem with drop-ins. Sheets of plywood cannot fit between the wheel wells. Campers cannot be properly loaded either. You won't find these problems with a Hammercoat liner.

Hammercoat Bed Liners Are Only Available at the McGrath Family of Dealerships!

Hammercoat is applied thicker for better durability and sets up very quickly, becoming tack-free within one minute. Our polyurethane is applied using Hammercoat 2:1 low-pressure or high-pressure spray system. We have achieved the right balance of textures for optimum durability; options are available for special requirements.

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