Ucrete Temperature Resistant Industrial Flooring
The unique Ucrete industrial resin flooring systems do not start to soften until temperatures exceed 130°C. Most other resin flooring materials soften at temperatures in the region 50°C – 60°C. Together with the high resilience of Ucrete floors, this enables them to withstand high temperatures and extreme thermal shock conditions. Ucrete industrial flooring is able to withstand routine and regular discharges of boiling water.
Ucrete flooring presents a range of floor finishes available in four separate thickness specifications, ranging from 4 mm floors fully serviceable up to 60°C, to 12 mm specifications suitable for the most extreme environments with occasional spillage up to 150°C. The increasing thickness protects the bond line from the enormous stresses of an extreme thermal shock event. The bond line under a 9 mm Ucrete floor reaches 70°C within 2 minutes of boiling water impinging upon the surface. When the volume of liquid spilled is small, no damage is likely. So, for example, a spilt cup of coffee at 90°C will not damage a 4 mm floor, but a 1000 litre discharge at 90°C probably would.
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