Hot underfoot


Industrial flooring must not only often resist changes in room temperature, but also direct contact with heat sources. This applies to the chemical industry and food production companies such as bakeries and large industrial kitchens.

Traditional synthetic floors (such as epoxy and polyurethane) soften at temperatures above 60°C and are therefore limited to this temperature. Anything above this temperature and flooring will loosen, break or flake off. This is what happens when the wrong choices are made during preparatory stages, but can also be the cause of flooring cowboys and undertrained ‘professionals’.

At AGOS, you can be sure that such disasters will not apply to your flooring. We will provide you with a solution which lasts for years to come, so you can concentrate on your company’s core processes.

A polyurethane cement floor is, as the name implies, a floor consisting of a mix of polyurethane and cement. PU-cement floors are, thanks to the hybrid mineral content, resistant to temperatures between -40°C and 120°C. These floors are excellent for use in spaces where high mechanical, chemical or thermal loads (or combinations thereof) play a role.

Characteristic for this flooring is:

  • extremely high chemical resistance
  • excellent anti-slip qualities
  • extremely high mechanical resistance
  • can be poured onto fresh concrete
  • flooring can be used within two to three days
  • anti-static option
  • complies with all legal food industry requirements (HACCP)
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