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Urethane Flooring Solutions

What is Urethane?

Urethanes are ideal solutions for thin mil top coats and sealers for most kinds of epoxy coatings. They provide a smooth, glossy floor with the best protective properties available. With unparalleled flexibility, weathering characteristics, UV colour stability and resistance to abrasion and chemicals, urethanes are great for floor resurfacing and maintenance projects. As a seamless and smooth flooring solution, urethanes are moisture and heat resistant as well.

The ultimate in long-lasting shine and durability, urethanes are environmentally friendly with both VOC-compliant and odour-free applications to help minimize the impact to your facility. There are also urethane solutions that will ensure your floors are CFIA compliant.

Applications:

Benefits: 

  • Food and beverage manufacturing
  • Agricultural
  • Chemical and petrochemical
  • Pharmaceutical 
  • Automotive
  • Holding tanks and drum storage areas
  • Battery changing areas
  • Laboratories
  • Impervious to moisture
  • Durable - even against aggressive cleaning and sanitizing techniques over long periods of time
  • Thermal shock resistance
  • Superior resistance to growth of bacteria and fungi
  • Safe - slip resistant
  • Low odour
  • One-step application that doesn’t require primers or sealers
  • Cost effective


Warranty

When you purchase a floor system, you are buying into your flooring contractor. A warranty covering your project will give you the peace of mind your floors will be protected throughout their useful life.

CentiMark Ltd. offers a Single Source gloss and dust proof warranty covering all material, labour and tooling used to maintain your commercial floors. All of our warranties provide guaranteed gloss readings and dust resistance, on-site training of customer’s maintenance personnel, maintenance guidelines and 24/7 customer service with direct call access. Based on your project and needs, we will customize a warranty to fit your needs covering you for 10, 15 or 20 years. Learn more >>

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