Thermal shock-resistant antistatic flooring
When you need a really tough, safe floor that can dissipate electrostatic discharge, Ucrete UD100AS is the solution.
How does Ucrete UD100AS work?
Ucrete UD100AS uses unique heavy-duty resin technology with antistatic properties and exceptional resistance to aggressive chemicals, high temperatures and heavy traffic.
Trowel-applied Ucrete UD100AS has a lightly textured surface, providing a safe and attractive floor in wet environments. It conforms to AgBB and meets all the requirements of EN61340 and EN1081.
Ucrete UD100AS combines chemical, temperature and wear resistance and durability with antistatic properties, making it a unique solution for a safe working environment. I
Where to use Ucrete UD100AS?
Ucrete UD100AS helps protect electrostatic-sensitive devices and explosion hazard areas where the environment is predominantly wet and requires thermal shock resistance and where hard plastic and steel wheeled traffic may be encountered.
This flooring system is designed specifically for industries where robust antistatic floors are required, including the food, pharmaceutical and manufacturing sectors.
What makes Ucrete flooring different?
The combination of temperature, chemical, impact and wear resistance means that a correctly specified Ucrete floor will last for many years, avoiding the negative impact on hygiene and safety caused by a failing floor. Ucrete’s whole-life cost benefits through its robustness and longevity are clear, considering the cost of repair and potential loss of production time.
Ucrete floors have been widely used throughout the food industry for more than 50 years, with many older floors still in service. They are accredited for use in facilities operating HACCP systems.
Ucrete flooring systems are solvent-free and hold the Eurofins Gold Seal for indoor air quality; they will not taint foodstuffs, even during application, or support biological growth. Ucrete sets the benchmark for food industry flooring with its combination of long-term performance and independent certifications.