POLYURETHANE FLOORS – MATERIALS WITH EXCEPTIONAL PROPERTIES
Polyurethane floors are part of the liquid flooring range obtained by casting a mixture of polyurethane resins and special cements; they can be elastic or hard depending on their density. These are different from epoxy floors in several respects such as their strengthening time, chemical resistance, mechanical properties, their stability and implicitly their durability. If with epoxy flooring moisture is not an important factor, polyurethane floors are more sensitive to moisture, so it takes longer for them to strengthen.
Polyurethane floors are resistant to impact, traffic and scratches. Due to these properties, they are recommended for indoor and outdoor sports fields, athletic tracks, covered parkings, for the food and wine industry, etc. The casting method allows an easy application of polyurethane floors even in areas that have irregular shapes.