LACKFA focused on formulating polyurethane systems under the brand name “LAMOLTAN®”
End-to-end solutions for insulation, buoyancy and protective coatings for all vessels
Polyurea is a fast-drying elastomer.
The Spray PUR System for LNG industry
Polimaris is a supplier of effective and sustainable solutions for Construction, Industry and Marine applications with PUR foam and polyurea technologies. Polimaris is a team of highly qualified professionals offering a special combination of project management, know how, installation and years of experience within the field of Construction, Industry and Marine operations.
Kalev Spa is one of the biggest water parks in Northern Estonia. The humble public pool which opened its doors in 1965 has transformed into a sprawling complex offering a range of sauna and water features for visitors of all ages and tastesRead more
This is one of the most complex, successful Polimaris projects. Responsible and thorough preparation, high attention to detail, preparation of a skilled team, allowed to timely and qualitatively carry out the task of waterproofing the dolphinarium’s indoor and outdoor pools using polyurea technology.Read more
Silver Whisper and Sister Silver Shadow are RINA class passenger ships. Upgrading these ships was focused on improving safety. Studio D’Inginier Navale Ing. Mario Nattero, together with Polimaris decided to use of special buoyancy hydrophobic PUR rigid foam.Read more
Tartu Cathedral, earlier also known as Dorpat Cathedral, is a fomer Catholic church in Tartu (Dorpat), Estonia. The building is now an imposing ruin overlooking the lower town. In the small part of it that has been renovated is now located the museum of the University of Tartu, which the university also uses for major receptions. Tartu Cathedral is national heritage object.Read more
In November 2018, Polimaris OÜ carried out the waterproofing of the arc in the pool room at Kalev Water Center. We were very pleased with the organization, speed and final outcome of the work.
Polimaris provided a technological solution for the 2000 m2 area of the pool in the dolphinarium of the Lithuanian Maritime Museum. Consistency, precise organization and coordination, responsible attitude to technological processes were conditioned by the fact that the work was done in a timely and qualitative manner. ” Olga Žalienė, Director, Lithuanian sea Museum