Polyurethane system is two-component, flexible, selfcoating, of an average thickness of 3–5 mm. Polyurethane floors are less firm, but more elastic and flexible. They have higher acid than alkali resistance, and are installed in lesser time. They are also UV resistant, and specifically useful in rooms with extreme temperatures due to significant thermal shock resistance in a range of -40⁰C to +120⁰C.
These floors are often used in a wide range of public facilities (hospitals, schools, kindergartens, restaurants, shops, warehouses and other), where nice appearance and monolithic structure is required along chemical resistance, mechanical endurance and easy cleaning. This kind of flooring is widely applied in cold storages, food industry, supermarkets, laboratories, hospitals etc, that is, in all objects that demand the most stringent standards, such as HACCP, GMP and FDA. It can applied as non-skid or smooth, depending on demands, it is made in multiple colors, easily maintained and repaired.