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Trowel Applied Polyurethane Flooring

Trowel-applied polyurethane heavy-duty flooring

Trowel-applied polyurethane flooring is a heavy-duty flooring system, suitable for use on concrete, polymer-modified cementitious screeds and 25mm WBP plywood*.

Specifying heavy-duty flooring

Providing exceptional durability, PU heavy duty flooring is impact, abrasion and chemical resistant, making it an ideal specification for environments such as pharmaceutical, chemical industries and food and beverage production.

Polyurethane is used frequently in the dairy industry as, unlike Epoxy, it is resistant to lactic acid produced by milk, dairy and cheese.

FeRFA classification

FeRFA – The Resin Flooring Association – classifies heavy duty polyurethane as a ‘Type 8’ heavy duty resin flooring, suitable for severe heavily loaded traffic and impact.

Lightly textured and installed as a seamless matt surface, heavy-duty PU flooring can be installed between 6-9mm in thickness. When installed at 9mm, the systems are resistant to spillages and discharges up to 120°C.


To view the examples of this flooring in use, please visit our ‘sectors’ section of the website.

*Consult RESYN for further guidance.


Polyurethane Heavy Duty Flooring

  • Extremely hardwearing textured finish suitable for heavy-duty flooring areas
  • High resistance to physical and chemical attack. Compatible for use with solvents
  • High resistance to temperatures of up to 120°C
  • Good abrasion resistance and provides longevity in tough environments
  • Totally seamless finishes that can be steam cleaned (when installed at 8mm)
  • Exceptionally hygienic and easy to clean

Typical installation areas

Polyurethane heavy-duty flooring is suitable for:

  • Food processing areas
  • Bakeries, dairies and meat processing plants
  • Breweries
  • Chemical processing plants
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