Epoxy and polyurethane floors are two types of floors that are hard to tell apart with an untrained eye. In this video, the difference between epoxy and polyurethane industrial flooring and coatings used in the industry are discussed. If you have wondered about the operational differences including compressive and impact strength, the durability of both epoxy and polyurethane floors, this video will explain, with pictures to match which type of floors best suit different working sites.
There is more to these floors than the way they look; the way they react to chemicals and resist scratching and or extreme weather conditions, are properties that set them apart from each other as well.
You will get to know the differences in the way epoxy and polyurethane are applied with tips about what weather conditions are best for the application of these floors, and the elements that should not be mixed with your floors. The time frame needed for both epoxy and polyurethane floors for coating and a full curing time is also mentioned in this video. As a recap, the video ends with a short summary of the pros and cons of both flooring types.