Urethane concrete is the strongest manner of flooring that West Coast Epoxy can lay down. Although a trowel grade epoxy coating is really enduring, urethane concrete (also named urethane cement) is even stronger. That’s because it employs urethane to bind together an engineered cement powder that when fully cured has the flex of epoxy combined with the strength of concrete. The width of urethane cement topcoats can also be stretched to limits not seen with common epoxy coatings, and the material retains its ability to be shaped for use with beveled and coved floors.
Applications for Urethane Concrete
Despite the fact that epoxy topcoats are ideal for coating concrete floors exposed to cold and hot fluids on a continual basis, the concrete beneath still faces thermal contraction and expansion from the changes in floor temperatures. By installing a thick layer of urethane concrete over the foundation of those buildings, not only do you strengthen the floor, but you also boost its thermal resistance. This makes urethane concrete especially useful for plants, workshops, and factories.
Customize Your Urethane Cement
Urethane coatings may be colored to match flooring designs or to separate work zones. They come in many types, and West Coast Epoxy helps our Alameda clients decide upon the ideal formula, depending on their needs. For more details about urethane cement, please contact West Coast Epoxy at the number displayed above or by our online request form.
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