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Polyurethane & Epoxy
Whilst a polyurethane system will initially cost more compared to an epoxy, it is far more cost effective in the long term. In fact, the lifespan of the PU system is roughly double that of the epoxy. PU systems also benefit from their increased wear, abrasion and impact resistance properties.
In general, epoxy resins offer limited resistance to the organic acids that are found in large quantity of food and drink produce, whereas polyurethane systems boast unrivalled resistance to corrosion, inorganic, alkalis, organic alkalis and solvents.
Polyurethanes provide superior heat, cold and thermal shock tolerance. Epoxies on the other hand are naturally more rigid and are able to move with a concrete substrate when exposed to heat fluctuations. To exemplify this, a standard two-pack, 100% solids epoxy coating, has a heat resistance of up to 65 °C, whereas some PU systems can tolerate 120°C. This thermal shock resistance is a great benefit in food and beverage facilities.
This polyurethane floor provides superior heat resistance of up to 120°C – ideal for food and beverage environments, chemical attacks from food by-products and point loading from heavy equipment.
4.Recommended for the food industry
The main difference between this type of material and the epoxy systems is in the molecular structure of the two, which affects how the molecules fuse together during the curing process. Essentially, polyurethanes have a higher cross-link density than epoxies, making them more durable.
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