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Polyaspartic

Polyaspartic flooring is a great option for a client when installation time is a major component as these systems can be ready for traffic within 30-40 minutes following application. Polyaspartic systems are also virtually odourless during installation meaning they are a great option in environments where daily operations are continuing. These highly durable and chemical resistant systems are also solvent-free and offer zero VOC, meaning they give a minimal impact on the environment.
Along with the above advantages, polyaspartic floors are easy to clean, offer high levels of hygiene and can implement flake and quartz broadcast options giving a highly customisable, visually attractive and highly unique finished floor.


What is the difference between polyaspartic and epoxy flooring?

While both are incredibly versatile in flooring and other applications, polyaspartic cures more quickly than epoxy. It requires only 30-40minutes after application before it can be ready for traffic, making it more ideal in terms of installation time and labour expenses.

Is polyaspartic flooring safe for the environment?

Polyaspartic coating is well known for its low VOC emissions. This makes the material safe for the environment, perfect for those who are worried about staying green.

Are polyaspartic flooring only used indoors?

Polyaspartic is UV-resistant and can be used in driveways, sidewalks, and other exterior applications. But there are polyaspartic variants that are not made for external use, so you should check with your contractors to ensure that you use the suitable variety.

Can polyaspartic coatings be installed in cold temperatures?

Yes. Polyaspartics can be applied in cold temperatures even below zero degrees centigrade, as long as the specific formulation is used.