- Epoxy Floor Primer
- Top Coat
- Anti-Skid Top Coat
- Food Grade Coating
- Self-Leveling Top Coat
- ESD Flooring and Conductive Coating
- Insulation Coating-Class A and B
- Chemical Resistant Coating
- Water Based Epoxy Coating
- Epoxy Clear topping for 3D Floors
- Polyurethane Floor Primer
- Polyurethane Floor Coating
- Water Based Polyurethane Coating
- Aqueous Epoxy Primer
- Epoxy Cementitious Floor Screed – High and Low Thickness
- Acrylic Floor Screed Plaster
Polyurethane Floor Coating
A polyurethane coating (or urethane floor coating), is a highly flexible, highly abrasion-resistant floor coating that is known for its shine and longevity. Developed in 1937 by I.G. Farbin, these materials were used to create gum rubbers, rigid foam, and elastomers. They were also used on WWII aircraft on a limited scale. Currently, urethane floors are one of the most historically used products in building and architectural planning. Because urethane floors are so flexible, they allow for high levels of foot traffic and large machinery usage. In addition, urethane floors provide an extra level of abrasion resistance due to their flexible nature, and remain glossy and new-looking even in contact with abrasives like glass, sand, or concrete.
Since urethane coatings are so flexible and scratch-resistant, they are excellent choices for warehouses and industrial complexes where large machinery are housed.
In addition, polyurethane coatings are soft on animal paws, so they are good choices for veterinary labs, and animal laboratory facilities. Finally, since urethane coatings are so durable and glossy, they can make excellent showroom floors and even aircraft hangars.
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