Cementitious urethane is an ideal product to install in areas that are subject to hot and cold thermal cycling due to the product having similar thermal coefficient of expansion to concrete. This physical property inherent to the material avoids stress from linear deformation that typically affects the bond strength of other floor coatings. Also, the impact resistance of these floors causes the floor to deform rather than crack by distributing the impact loading throughout the system unlike quarry tile, acid brick, and other resinous systems.
Meeting USDA, FDA, & CFIA Standards, our ProKrete systems are particularly popular in commercial kitchens as well as food & beverage processing facilities for their thermal cycling & shock resistance, as well as their quick returns to service. Their excellent moisture vapor tolerance, adhesion, chemical, acid, alkali, and impact resistance also make these systems practical solutions for many industrial, commercial and institutional floor coating applications. From 1/16”-3/8” or greater in thickness- from our highly functional self-leveling ProKrete SL or SLB, or our heavy duty, one-step troweled-applied ProKrete HD/RT to our next generation FlexKrete SLR (rubber granule) and SLF (polymer flake) broadcast hybrids with integral cove base, these systems offer real versatility in protective floor resurfacing while supporting environmental concerns with their use of renewable resources. Microbe◊BLOK, a factory installed antimicrobial film preservative is also available when hygiene & sanitation are critical considerations. Like all of the ProREZ coating materials, the cementitious urethanes can be field-tinted with our colorfast, stable ProColor Universal Colorants, or ProColor CU (cementitious urethane colorant) for a more cost-effective method of tinting your product.