Redimere Surface Solutions wide spectrum of concrete and flooring services also includes urethane cement & thermal shock resistant flooring. These types of floor coatings are typically used in the food and agriculture industries, but can be applied in any environment from manufacturing to retail. Urethane cement is highly durable and can withstand heavy equipment traffic as well as rapid temperature changes, moisture, and frequent wash downs/cleaning.
Redimere Surface Solutions can recommend which floor coatings will work best depending on your facility’s use & environment. Most flooring problems resulting from rapid temperature fluctuation can be solved using urethane cement or a flexibilized high temperature coating. In areas that are kept at cooler temperatures, like food processing & storage plants, a thermal shock situation is created when the floors are hit with hot water during your wash down process. Typical floor paints commonly fail under these conditions due to the quick contraction or expansion of the coating resulting in contaminants easily hiding in the joints & cracks underneath the coating.
Urethane cement and thermal shock resistant coatings have been installed by Redimere Surface Solutions in all types of facilities including:
- Food processing plants
- Cold storage facilities
- Commercial kitchens
- Food packaging plants
- Vehicle wash bays
- Manufacturing plants
- Grain & feed storage facilities
- Ethanol plants
The durable nature of urethane cement & thermal shock resistant coatings can protect your facilities floors from unwanted bacteria & contaminants getting into your floors and possibly inhibiting your ability to pass governmental food inspections from the FDA & USDA.
The versatility of urethane cement & thermal shock resistant coatings allow you to decide which colors or patterns you may want as well as how much aggregate you’d like broadcast into the coating to provide an anti-slip surface.
“From the estimate to follow up call, Painters USA is a great company and look forward to doing more work. Keep up the great work.
—Food processing plant manager