Polycrete® SL Comfort
Revêtement de sol autolissant acoustique en polyuréthane à deux composants
Polycrete® SL Comfort 6-7 mm is recommended for industrial areas, which are subject to intense trafic. The floor is chock and sound absorbing, and is therefore suitable for dry areas as laboratories, corridor areas, electronic companies and hospitals, where sounddamping properties are required.
- Noise and shock absorbing
- Excellent chemical resistance
- Resist 80°C water temperatures
- High abrasion resistance
- Seamless and hygienic finish
- Easy to clean and sterilise
- Low maintenance cost
- Low odour during installation.
Polycrete® Comfort est un sol lisse et coloré. (Se référer au Nuancier Ulfcar Colour Chart)
Durée de vie moyenne:
10 - 15 ans.
To provide a heavy duty floor finish with high temperature and chemical resistance. Typical uses are ordinary industrial enviroments such as laboratories, electronic companies, hospitals and normal dry process areas.
Temperature 10ºC to 30ºC, best 15 to 25ºC, max. moisture content in the concrete subfloor 5% by weight.
Polycrete® SL Comfort is resistant to temperature cycles up to 90ºC dry heat and 80ºC. wet heat. Extended periods at these temperatures and above will make material susceptible to chemical attack and abrasion wear.
See standard shades available in "Colour" range.
Polycrete® SL Comfort is not colour stable and may discolour on ageing especially light colours.
We recommend therefore darker colours such as Brown Beige, Tomato Red, Leaf Green and Stone Grey where this colour change hardly is noticeable. Product functionality will not be influenced by this.
Polycrete® SL Comfort
Soft self levelling polyurethane base flooring system.
| Resistant to |
|Neutral oder |
and VOC free
|Hygienic||Office chair||Fire retardant|
Ulfcar Production Aps
EN 13813 SR-B1,5-AR1-IR4
Fire behavior: Bfl
|System thickness||approx.6-7 mm|
|Fire class according to EN 13501-1||BfL-s1|
|Anti-slip according to DIN 51130||R 10|
|VOC according to EN 13419||Pass|
|Abrasion resistance according to EN 660-2 = 1999||Group P|
|Chemical resistance||See Ulfcar® Polycrete Resistance Scheme|
|Physiologically harmless (DIN EN 71 part 3)||Pass|
|Decline after static depression according to EN 433: 1994||0.06 mm|
|Resistance to office wheel wheels according to EN 425||No damage|
|Impact resistant ISO 6272||Class I|
|UV Color stability (indoor and outdoor)||Yes|
|Shore DIN 53505||(A) 80|
|Compatible with underfloor heating (*)||Yes|