Floorcrete (PU) Flooring

Floorcrete (PU) Flooring

Floor Crete flooring system is an addition to being able to absorb and dissipate heat and cold has excellent sound deadening properties, particularly in areas where the operation requires trafficking with steel wheels.

Franklin floorcrete (PU) flooring system formulated to withstand harsh and demanding environments. Floor Crete flooring systems combine the most demanding performance characteristics resistance to impact, abrasion chemicals, and thermal shock. A polyurethane concrete binder is combined with Portland cement and graded aggregates to deliver superior characteristics. This unique combination of urethane cement and graded aggregates makes the flooring system resistant to high levels of moisture and vapor transmission. It can be installed with an integral cove with areas requiring the sanitary seamless wall to floor intersecting areas.

Floor Crete flooring system designed to be used in

  • Food processing areas
  • Production Areas
  • Bottling areas
  • Industrial Warehouse
  • Cook/Chill areas
  • Commercial Kitchens Features & Benet’s
  • Excellent adhesion to various substrates-concrete, quarry tiles, brick pavers, and plywood
  • Formulated for installation ease and quick turnaround
  • Very low doors can be used in occupied areas.
  • Breathable flooring system-withstand high levels of moisture vapor transmission
  • Does not Support fungus or bacteria
  • Excellent Chemical and thermal Shock resistance
  • Pharmaceuticals plants
  • Sanitize/wash areas
  • Chemical Processing areas
  • Loading/Unloading-plant vehicle areas
workshop flooring
Flooring solution for Production Area

Features & Benefits

  •  Excellent adhesion to various substrates-concrete, quarry tiles, brick pavers and plywood
  • Formulated for installation ease and quick turn around
  • Very low door –can be used in occupied areas.
  • Breathable flooring system-withstand high levels of moisture vapor transmission
  •  Does not Support fungus or bacteria
  • Excellent Chemical and thermal Shocks resistance