Acrylic Acrylic is a thermosetting plastic where the binder is MMA (methyl methacrylate), which polymerizesby adding a hardener (initiator).
Acrylic hardens even if the temperature is below 0 ° C and can therefore be an alternative when the temperature is low in the workplace. Likewise if fast is required commissioning of the floor. The disadvantages are very strong odor during the curing process and a high MAL code.
Epoxy Epoxy is a thermosetting plastic where the binder is a low or high molecular weight epoxy resin,which cures by the addition of a curing component. Epoxy is today by far the most widely used thermosetting plastic for floor coverings.
Epoxy is available in a wide range of variants with different properties. None of our epoxy products contain solvents, nonylphenol or phthalates Epoxy requires a minimum of + 10 ° C to cure.
Polyurethane Polyurethane is a thermosetting plastic where the binder is prepolymerized polyurethane,which cures by adding a curing component containing isocyanate.
Polyurethane is often used for floor coverings where special requirements are placed on flexibility. Polyurethane requires a minimum of + 10 ° C to cure.
Vinyl ester Vinyl ester is a hardening plastic where the binder is vinyl ester which hardens when addedof a hardener (initiator). Vinyl ester is suitable in environments where especially acid and chemical resistant coatings are required.
Vinyl ester hardens even if the temperature is below 0 ° C.
The disadvantages are very strong odor during the curing process and a high MAL code.
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