Poly-Crete SLB

Poly-Crete SLB is a seamless, 3/16", 100% solids, cementitious-urethane, self-leveling, concrete resurfacing system with a natural quartz aggregate broadcast providing a slip-resistant, gloss finish. The combination of two-part urethane technology, portland cement and select aggregates provides attributes similar to concrete, making it very resistant to thermal shock.

  • Thickness: 3/16 inch
  • Self-priming
  • Installs on 5 - 7 day old concrete
  • Easy to maintain
  • Meets ADA, USDA, FDA, CFIA and OSHA standards
  • Low odor, VOC compliant
  • CA 01350 compliant
  • Contributes to LEED

Product Characteristics

Abrasion Resistance

Offering protection from unsightly scratches

Chemical Resistance

Withstand spills and harsh cleaners

Environmentally Friendly

Created with sustainable materials

High Traffic

Withstand the constant traffic of a busy facility

Low Odor

No offensive smell during installation

Non-Slip Surface

Offering traction and promoting safety

Strength

Offering the highest levels of durability

Thermal Shock

Can withstand extreme temperature shifts

Customer Stories

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To ensure their new floors would serve as a hygienic surface that would withstand the various ingredients, they turned to seamless flooring as the solution.

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Carter Chevrolet Floors It!

The new facility was designed to showcase a sleek look that would start with the exterior of the building and extend throughout the facility, including the floors in the workhorse area of the dealership - the service bays!

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Walking into the 5,000 square foot processing area of the facility you are greeted by rows of tanks and sophisticated equipment designed to distill some of your soon-to-be-favorite whiskeys. The owners knew this area, in particular, would need the right floor system to stand up to the abuse that comes with the distilling process - most importantly a floor with great chemical resistance.

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