Polyurethane Flooring System

polyurethane flooring

Polyurethane Flooring System

Polyurethane flooring system

Is a state-of-the-art, medium-duty, phthalate-free, water-dispersed polyurethane-based/ cement and aggregate screed, applicable at thicknesses ranging from 2 to 4 mm (80 to 160 mil). It is designed to be installed as a self-levelling floor topping that provides an easy-to-clean, smooth surface with medium slip resistance values and is typically used for general, industrial applications.
Represents superior polyurethane/ cement technology, combining easier application, resistance to blistering and improved performance

Polyurethane flooring system typically used in food and beverage processing plants, wet and dry processing areas, freezers/coolers, laboratories, chemical processing plants, warehouses and storage areas.

Polyurethane flooring description

Polyurethane flooring is a multi-component, polyurethane/cement-based screed with a high level of chemical resistance. It is formulated to cover industrial floors that are subject to medium to heavy traffic flow, aggressive chemicals and thermal shock where a lightly textured surface is required, by applying at 3/16″ to 1/4″ (4.5 to 6 mm) in thickness.Polyurethane complies with the standards applied in the food and beverage industries.

Features And Benefits Of Polyurethane

• Creates a seamless, textured, thin-layered screed from 3/16″ to 1/4″ (4,5 to 6 mm) thick, with , basic solutions, grease, saline solutions and hydrocarbons, therefore avoiding the need for broadcasting.

• A 1/4″ (6 mm) thick coat of Polyurethane flooring withstands thermal shock up to 176°F (80°C).

• The in-service temperature for a 1/4″ (6 mm) thick screed of Polyurethane varies from -40°F to 158°F (-40°C to 70°C).

• Due to its high mechanical strength and resistance to abrasion, Polyurethane is suitable for floors subjected to heavy traffic flow.

• Screeds made from polyurethane flooring system are easy to clean and have a rough, non-slip finish.

Surface Preparation

Concrete surfaces must be clean and sound. Remove all dust, dirt, existing paint films, efflorescence, exudates, laitance, form oils, hydraulic or fuel oils, brake fluid, grease, fungus, mildew, biological residues or any other contaminants which may prohibit good bond. Prepare the surface by any appropriate mechanical means, in order to achieve a profile equivalent to ICRI / CSP 3 – 6. The compressive strength of the concrete substrate should be at least 25 MPa (3625 psi) at 28 days and a minimum of 1.5 MPa (218 psi) in tension at the time of application. Repairs to cementitious substrates, filling of blowholes, levelling of irregularities, etc. should be carried out using an appropriate profiling mortar. Contact Us for recommendations.




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