Arizona Polymer Flooring (APF) has introduced CastorCrete, a new line of heavy-duty, thermal shock-resistant flooring for tough environments.
CastorCrete is a urethane-modified system designed to resurface moderately deteriorated concrete and withstand extreme physical and chemical abuse.
CastorCrete is designed for durability, ease of use and high performance but is formulated with renewable raw materials and contains no VOCs, making it a viable option for environmentally friendly projects, the manufacturer says. The product is available with an anti-microbial additive.
CastorCrete comes in two formulations: Fast Cure, for installations that require a quick turnaround, and Regular Cure, which offers more work time and a slower set time.
Product Line Overview
The CastorCrete line includes these products.
CastorCrete TF is a heavy-duty, trowel-applied Urethane Mortar designed to resurface badly deteriorated concrete and withstand extreme physical and chemical abuse, including steam cleaning, steel wheeled carts and heavy impact.
CastorCrete RT is a heavy-duty, flowable urethane mortar similar to CastorCrete TG in its ability to withstand extreme physical and chemical abuse. The RT system offers the durability of a trowel-applied urethane mortar with the installation ease of a self-leveling urethane slurry.
CastorCrete SL is a medium-duty,urethane slurry designed to resurface concrete and withstand physical and chemical abuse, including high abrasion, impact and exposure to strong acids, alkali, animal fat and most solvents. It has become widely used in commercial kitchens, bottling facilities and pharmaceutical manufacturing plants, according to the manufacturer.
CastorCrete CM is a heavy-duty, trowel-applied urethane mortar designed for troweling cove. It is designed to withstand extreme physical and chemical abuse, including steam cleaning, steel wheeled carts and heavy impact. Its chemical resistance of CastorCrete CM is well suited for areas exposed to strong acids, alkali, hot oils, animal fat and most solvents, the company says.
More information: www.CastorCrete.com.