says PPG bought ameron and integrated its products into its line. I've only seen the PPG branded epoxy
product here in Aus but I haven't looked to hard. It maybe be different to the xle80 product mentioned by Roger or for all we know it might be from the same factory and rebranded (although the data sheets
do appear to have differences). Anyway the proof is in actually trying it as Roger has done. The YouTube link I posted seems to show a successful application off a gun of the PPG product rather than me slapping it on with a roller. It maybe even, as with polyurethanes, that there can be differences in application/result between colours. If I find another can of it at the disposal store I'm going to try it out on a tender
. I think that maybe these industrial protective coatings are designed to be applied in high volume with an airless setup where economy of application on infrastructure is more important than a showroom finish.