Urethane concrete flooring is renowned for its durability, chemical resistance, and ability to withstand extreme temperatures, making it ideal for harsh industrial environments. JetRock epoxy flooring, on the other hand, is known for its quick installation, watertight properties, and resistance to bacteria and mold. Both flooring types are low maintenance and offer safety features like slip resistance which are important in manufacturing settings.
Exceptional Durability and Resistance. Urethane concrete offers exceptional durability for large industrial facilities, lasting up to 30 years. It resists mechanical shocks, extreme temperatures, and rigorous industrial cleaning. Meanwhile, JetRock epoxy flooring, three times stronger than concrete, has a lifespan of 10-15 years. It also endures extreme temperatures, chemicals, and cleaning, making it a robust option for demanding environments. These characteristics underscore their cost-effectiveness and suitability for challenging industrial applications.
Watertight and Hygenic. Urethane concrete and JetRock epoxy flooring are ideal for environments requiring strict hygiene. Both have nonporous surfaces with antibacterial and antimicrobial properties, aligning with health inspector standards. Urethane concrete features a sealed, waterproof surface, while JetRock offers a seamless, watertight floor covering, effectively preventing bacteria and mold growth.
Safety and Slip Resistance. Our urethane concrete and JetRock flooring solutions prioritize both safety and sustainability. They are solvent-free, eliminating VOC emissions during application, and ensuring a safer industrial office environment. Additionally, their textured, slip-resistant properties enhance safety across all industrial flooring areas.