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Partially self-leveling polyurethane mortar

Applying a partially self-leveling polyurethane mortar system could be the best solution if a highly adherent floor system is desired. This being a system with increased mechanical and chemical shock resistance, it has a thermal expansion index similar to that of concrete and, at the same time, allows simultaneous movement alongside the support, under normal temperature variations. Even at high temperature ranges (from -20 °C to +120 °C), the partially self-leveling polyurethane mortar will maintain its physical properties, including high adhesion to the substrate. The product is available in 8 colors and the thickness of the final layer varies between 6 mm and 9 mm.

The implementation of such a system in food processing environments is done by casting (7-10 days). Intuitively enough, it is necessary to have the support layer properly prepared in advance. Two of the essential aspects to be ensured and fulfilled for this type of flooring have much to do with adhesion and the traction breaking point of 1.5 MPa.

EMS FLOOR SYSTEMS implements this type of flooring in areas with intense traffic. We recommend it for working environments in the chemical industry, in the meat and fish processing industry, as well as in milk or beverage processing facilities.

 

 

Partially self-leveling polyurethane mortar