It is easy to overlook the importance of having a durable and resilient flooring system in buildings – such as food processing and chemical processing facilities – that deal with excessive moisture, chemicals, and/or drastically changing temperatures. Only urethane concrete flooring, provided by Duraamen of Lancaster, will be able to stand the test of time under such intense pressure.
Why Not Use a Brick or Quarry Tile Floor?
Brick or tile flooring systems may be durable under normal circumstances, but when faced with extreme thermal cycles and/or immense pressure, numerous costly problems can occur. As water or chemicals permeate through the cracks and joints, the floor will become damaged and bacteria may begin to grow, putting the entire facility at risk. Making repairs to the floor will be time consuming and terribly expensive.
You can avoid this hassle by having a urethane concrete flooring system installed. These systems do not include any cracks at joints, and are designed with exceptional thermal shock resistance, easily handling the stress of thermal expansion and contraction.
Keeping Your Facility Clean and Safe Using Urethane Concrete
Urethane concrete flooring systems can also be blended with anti-microbial additives, enabling for greater resistance against bacterial growth. Many healthcare-related facilities choose urethane concrete flooring solutions because these floors are not only resistant to bacteria, but they are easy to maintain, as they are completely smooth and seamless.
Duraamen of Lancaster offers two types of urethane concrete installation:
Light to Medium Duty (Self Leveling Grade) – Applied at 1/16” to 1/4” thickness
Heavy Duty (Trowel Grade) – Applied at 1/4” to 1/2” thickness
These highly resilient and durable flooring systems are recommended for:
- Correctional Facilities
- Health Care Facilities
- Food Processing
- Chemical Manufacturing
- Water Treatment Plans
Schedule a Consultation to Receive Urethane Concrete Flooring in PA
Contact Duraamen of Lancaster to learn more about how you can have urethane concrete applied to your Pennsylvania facility.