BASADUR® U 312
Polyurethane| self-leveling cover| Solvent-free| flexible
BASADUR® U 312 is a self-leveling, solvent-free, two-component, flexible polyurethane coating. The remarkable flexibility of this flooring leads to the rejection of the structural pressure of the floor that originates from contraction and expansion, and as a result, it prevents the creation of possible cracks in the flooring. This product is more economical than BASADUR® U 302 and has higher hardness than U 302 polyurethane coating.
BASADUR U312 polyurethane flooring has many uses in many different areas due to its unique features. Due to their flexibility, lengthening, and proper stiffness, they are often a good choice for multi-purpose gymnasiums, as they reduce the risk of injury to athletes. The texture of polyurethane flooring is not so rough and full of friction, and walking on it conveys a pleasant feeling to a person.
This product is a suitable choice for multi-story parking lots because it minimizes the possibility of cracks in the parking floor and at the same time has high mechanical strength. It should be noted that if it is implemented in textured and orange peel, it will prevent noise while the car is moving.
The installation steps of polyurethane flooring are similar to epoxy flooring, but the high sensitivity of this material to moisture and the possibility of foaming, if there is moisture in the environment, necessitates the need for a more skilled implementation team. Because due to the presence of moisture, significant amounts of carbon dioxide gas are produced during a chemical reaction with the polyurethane hardener, and this issue leads to the foaming phenomenon of polyurethane flooring.
BASADUR® U 302 self-leveling polyurethane coating can be applied as a final layer, after proper foundation, on concrete, stone, mosaic, metal, and even epoxy flooring surfaces. During the installation of polyurethane flooring, if needed, epoxy primer can be used to increase the adhesion of polyurethane flooring. Click here to get to know the types of base polymer epoxy primers.