Urethane Cement Flooring
Urethane Cement can withstand any challenge a commercial kitchen or manufacturing facility can throw at it, including sudden temperature changes, exposure to hot oil splatter, persistent moisture, and metal pan drops.
The ideal applications for urethane cement, also known as polyurethane cement, are heavy-duty situations that require strong resistance to impact, abrasion, thermal shocks, chemicals, and organic food acids. It is a three-component polyurethane concrete formula. Additionally, it prevents bacteria and other microbes from growing.
Khays Services Urethane Concrete flooring is ideal for any facility that endures constant exposure to chemicals, alkali, animal fats, and hot oils, such as commercial kitchens, processing plants, cold storage, manufacturing facilities, and pharmaceutical plants.
Urethane Cement Benefits
When it comes to specific applications like heavy-duty industrial food processing, pharmaceutical manufacturing facilities, breweries, or meat, fish, and dairy processing plants, urethane cement's physical qualities are much superior to those of other systems.
- Quick Turnaround
- Chemical Resistant
- Resistant to Fungi Growth
- Excellent Abrasion Resistance
- Moisture Tolerant
- Thermal Shock Resistance
Recommended Areas For Urethane Cement
In areas where a high build, self-leveling, and quick turnaround floor system is required, Urethane Cement flooring is used to create a heavy-duty, industrial, seamless surface.
- Commercial Kitchens
- Processing Plants
- Cold Storage
- Manufacturing Facilities
- Pharmaceutical Plants
- Automotive Shops
- Brewery & Distillery