Urethane Concrete Resurfacing, Bakery Floor in Michigan

Michigan Specialty Coatings installs urethane cement flooring system in Michigan bakery.

Start Date: 12/15/2015
Project: 1,600 sq/ft – Troweled Urethane Cement System
Location: Michigan
PO# 5051

Recommended uses:

  • Where severe conditions exist-high impact pressure, thermal shock, and chemical exposure.
  • Where steam or hot water is required for cleaning
  • Badly damaged surfaces that need a fast, economical resurface
  • Meat, poultry, and dairy plants
  • New construction projects
  • Bottling facilities
  • Food and beverage facilities
  • Food warehouses
  • Pulp and paper mills
  • Precious-metal refineries
  • Pharmaceutical facilities
  • Freezers and coolers

What are the unique features of our Urethane Cement System?

  • Thermal stability
  • Unaffected by freeze/thaw cycles
  • Solvent-free
  • 40+ years of project references
  • No priming or sealing of substrate
  • Wide temperature service range from – 40° to 302°F (-40° to 150°C)
  • Can be applied on 7-10 day old concrete
  • Resistant to a wide range of chemicals
  • Extremely high bond strength
  • Coefficient of thermal expansion similar to concrete
  • Slip resistant
  • Excellent impact and abrasion resistance

What are the benefits of our Urethane Cement System?

  • Resists steam or continuous hot-water cleaning
  • Minimizes down time
  • Low odor; VOC compliant
  • Single lift application for reduced application and facility down time
  • Handles heavy traffic
  • Thermal shock resistance exceeds typical epoxy overlays
  • Accelerates work schedules
  • Tolerates organic and inorganic acids, alkalis and salts
  • Reduces shear at bond line
  • Proven track record

Michigan Specialty Coatings Website

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