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Polyurethane Flooring North East England

Added: 29th December 2016

  • Polyurethane Flooring North East England
  • Seamless Commercial Kitchen Flooring North East England
  • Seamless Food Grade Resin Flooring North East England
  • Hygienic Polyurethane Resin Floors North East England
  • Heavy Duty Polyurethane Resin Floors North East England
  • Anti Slip Polyurethane Resin Floors North East England
  • Chemical Resistant Polyurethane Resin Floors North East
  • Food Industry Polyurethane Resin Floors North East UK

Polyurethane Floor Screeds and Renders are specifically formulated for excellent chemical and temperature resistance. Polyurethane provides a excellent hard wearing seamless finish with resistance to thermal shock, abrasion and chemical attack in aggrestive industrial environments. The material creates an attractive, fine textured and anti-slip floor. Polyurethane is heat resistant up to 1200c depending on the specification and can be installed of 6mm, 9mm and 12mm depending on the environment conditions. This product is ideal for hygenic zones such as food manufacturing, food preperation, chemical processing plants and healthcare environments, providing customers with a hygenic, easy to clean floor solution. Polyurethane floors provide seamless and jointless surface, therefore reducing the potential of dangerous build up and meets with the EU regulations within the food industry.

Benefits of having a Polyurethane floor are;

  • Very high chemical resistance, 
  • easy to clean and sterilise,
  • anti-slip finish,
  • minimal joints,
  • steam cleanable,
  • non taining,
  • non dusting,
  • high abrasion resistance,
  • self smoothing,
  • matt finish,
  • good alternative to expensive acid resistant tiles.

Ideal ares for a Polyurethane floor;

  • Food and beverage manufacturing,
  • commercial kitchens and bakeries,
  • ready meals, 
  • pharmaceutical production,
  • pilot plants and clean rooms,
  • aggresive industrial environments, 
  • wet process areas and bunded chemical stores.