Ucrete IF: Polyurethane concrete metal aggregate flooring system

Ucrete IF Systems description

Ucrete IF is a four component polyurethane concrete, metal aggregate flooring system. This trowel, monolithic flooring system is installed from ¼"-1".and creates a smooth, matte surface. The thickness is determined by the service and cleaning temperatures and the severity of traffic expected. Ucrete floors are extremely tough and have many physical properties that exceed those of typical concrete.

Recommended uses:

  • Floors subject to impact pressure, thermal shock, and chemical exposure
  • Floors subject to heavy traffic, impact, abrasion and continuous wear
  • Where excess wear has been deemed a safety hazard and increased wear is expected
  • New construction projects
  • Heavy industrial manufacturing facilities
  • Loading docks
  • Heavy equipment maintenance facilities

What are the unique features of Ucrete IF Systems?

  • Uniquely processed metal aggregate
  • No priming or sealing of substrate
  • Solvent-free
  • 40+ years of project references
  • Wide temperature service range from 5°- 158°F (-15°-70°C)
  • Aggregate filled, trowel-applied
  • Resistant to a wide range of chemicals
  • Unaffected by freeze/thaw cycles
  • Coefficient of thermal expansion similar to concrete
  • Slip resistant
  • Measurably tougher than concrete

What are the benefits of Ucrete IF?

  • Provides high level of impact tolerance and abrasion resistance
  • Single lift application
  • Tolerates organic and inorganic acids, alkalis and salts
  • Increases impact and abrasion resistance
  • Withstands wide temperature fluctuations
  • Low odor, VOC compliant
  • Prevents shear at bond line
  • Long –lasting, durable flooring system
  • Proven track record

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