Polyurethane (PU) Flooring

Polyurethane Flooring comes in two kinds: Straight Polyurethane and PU Cement. The former is flexible at low temperatures and can bridge cracks.  PU Cement, on the other hand, is the most popular type of flooring in the heavy-duty end of the market.  It has the broadest range of chemical resistance and is very hard.

Polyurethane Cement sets fast and is useful for situations where we need to get in and lay a small floor in a very tight timeframe, or a large area in a new construction in just a couple of days.

Your account representative will be able to specify the best choice of PU Flooring for your particular application.

Every floor that we lay meets the Bethell Standard. It means that you get a floor that is the thickness you were quoted, with the slip resistance you need, made from the best quality products from a small group of the best product manufacturers around the world.

PU Floors have these specifications:
Recommended for these applications
Straight PU: Cold rooms, car parks, internal walkways, hospital floors, milk, dairy and cheese production. PU Cement: Wet Areas, Abattoirs, Warehouses, Heavy Traffic Areas, Food and Beverage Industry, Chemical Processing Areas
Hardening Time / Potential downtime
12-24 hours after application
Slip Resistance
The product can be graded to the exact slip resistance required through the use of specific fillers
Typical Floor Thickness
PU floors are typically 2mm through to 11mm, depending on the equipment and traffic load they will bear.
Can it be repaired?
Yes, individual sections can be removed and replaced without requiring the whole floor to come up
Available fillers
Sand, Marble, Bauxite, Aluminium Oxide, Silica Flour
Heat Resistance
-40°C to +150°C
Gives off VOC’s?
Yes and will require ventilation at the application site and a respirator until cured.
Warranty
5 Year Warranty