Polyurethane floorings

What are polyurethane floor coverings?

Polyurethane floor coverings can be used in a wide range of applications as they have excellent covering properties and very good application efficiency.This type of flooring is the best solution for areas with high risk of hits, intense traffic and scratches. Together with epoxy floors, they are part of self-leveling floor systems and are recommended for indoor and outdoor sports grounds, athletic paths, covered parking lots and more.

Advantages of polyurethane floors:

  • Long service life up to 50 years;
  • Polyurethane flooring looks beautiful, with a wide variety of colors and different layer thicknesses;
  • They are economically profitable floors, as they do not require high operating costs, can be applied indoors or outdoors.
  • Allow repairs only in the affected area.
  • They are characterized by elasticity, flexibility and shock absorption.
  • Due to their density, they are soundproof, slip resistant and abrasion resistant.
  • Resistant to dust and detergents, not affected by rain and snow.
  • Easy to apply.

Our products

These floors are made up of special resins and blends. Depending on the density, they can be elastic or rigid. Due to these properties, they are recommended for indoor and outdoor sports grounds, athletic paths, covered car parks, food industry and others.

Unlike epoxy floors, polyurethanes are significantly more sensitive to moisture and therefore require more time to cure.

 

These polyurethane floors consist of:

  • RESINA 530. It is a bicomponent primer, which is used both indoors and outdoors for highly absorbent surfaces. The technical data sheet can be downloaded from here.
  • URECOAT 255. It is a two-component, elastic polyurethane resin with a very good resistance to frost and thaw, as well as dynamic cracks and intense traffic. The technical data sheet can be downloaded from here.

The polyurethane waterproofing membrane has in its composition acrylic polyolefin resins in order to provide protection against infiltration. They are used externally, and also have increased resistance to intense traffic.

Advantages of polyurethane waterproofing:

  • They have a long service life, with intense traffic or mechanical shock exposure;
  • They are highly coated and resistant to infiltration

These polyurethane waterproofing membranes consist of:

  • URECOAT 300. Solvent based polyurethane paint, used as a final layer, wear-resistant exterior in both polyurethane and epoxy systems. The technical data sheet can be downloaded here.
  • FLUIDEPOXY. Two-component primer, which is used both indoors and outdoors for highly absorbent surfaces. The technical data sheet can be downloaded here.
  • MEMBRANA PU 450. Liquid polyurethane membrane for waterproofing concrete surfaces (terraces, balconies, bathrooms, etc.), with good resistance to cracks in the substrate as well as temperature fluctuations. The technical data sheet can be downloaded here.
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