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Polyurethane Cement Flooring

Slip, Chemical and Thermal Resistant

Servicing Australia-wide

Commercial & Industrial Polyurethane Cement Floors

As specialists in polyurethane cement flooring, we have built a reputation as a leading applicator of polyurethane cement in Victoria. Applied as a seamless layer over a concrete substrate, polyurethane cement offers excellent resistance to wear and tear and is a long-term, durable solution for industrial and commercial floors.

Experience Superior Performance with Polyurethane Cement

Made by combining polyurethane resin with modified cement, polyurethane cement, also known as poly-cement or PU cement, can be seen as an upgrade over epoxy-based flooring due to its superior chemical, thermal and abrasion resistance, as well as greater cost-efficiency when installed at greater thicknesses.

As one of the toughest floor coating technologies in the market that is easy to clean and maintain, poly-cement is the flooring of choice for a majority of Australian food and beverage facilities, as well as a range of heavy-duty industries like manufacturing and mechanical.

Poly-Cement Flooring for Any Facility

Protect Your People and Minimise Risk

Designed to withstand extreme working environments, polyurethane cement coatings deliver:

Speak to the team at Ascoat today to discuss your polyurethane cement flooring requirements.



Case Studies

Recent Projects

See our portfolio of high-quality commercial and industrial flooring projects that we have completed for leading Australian businesses. From luxury car workshops and pharmaceutical laboratories to electronics manufacturing facilities, we deliver trusted advice, expert application and compliant outcomes for epoxy, resin and ESD flooring. 


CSL in Broadmeadows required pharmaceutical-standard flooring for their all-new manufacturing facility, and of course, we were keen to assist.

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Ascoat applied epoxy flooring which enhanced the safety, durability and aesthetic of the BMW workshop floor.


We responded to a request for help from leading prestige car company, BMW, regarding a problematic tiled workshop floor at their Mulgrave facility.

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Advatek Lighting

Having consulted broadly with industry experts to understand options for maintaining positive ESD outcomes, Advatek Lighting selected Ascoat to install a static control floor.

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Polyurethane Flooring FAQs

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The short answer is..usually yes! However, it depends on the environment. In heavy duty food and beverage with it’s frequent washing, exposure to high temperatures, as well concentrated chemicals , PU Cement is objectively capable of performing better than epoxy due to it’s superior chemical, thermal, impact resistance amongst other characteristics. It stands to reason that Polyurethane Cement has wrestled the overwhelming share of resin flooring from epoxy over the last decade, as customer’s who have experienced both insist on Polyurethane Cement over epoxy in order to reduce the frequency of maintaining or even replacing their floors.

It can be if you compare it to basic rolled on or low film build epoxy coatings, however when you increase the thickness of the coating, which is necessary to deal with a heavy duty environment, it can actually be comparable or even cheaper than similar thickness epoxy flooring.  Another cost advantage of the Polyurethane Cement application is that it can be applied in fewer steps than an epoxy floor, resulting in expensive labour savings. 

Early versions of PU cement were matt finish and were more prone to staining, however most manufacturers now offer glossier finishes which greatly improves the staining of PU Cement floors, discolouration is also common, especially with light of pastel colours due to the natural tendency of this type of resin and hardener to slightly darken or go brown over time. New colour stable options are available, however they come at a cost premium.

Most epoxies soften at over 60° Celsius, due to their thermosetting nature and composition. PU Cements are modified with polyurethane resin, which means their composition and thermal characteristics are almost identical the concrete surface they are applied to. Therefore, their coefficient of thermal expansion and contraction mirrors the underlying concrete, which imparts a more favourable behaviour when temperatures increase or decrease during washing or production. Polyurethane cement can comfortably withstand elevated temperatures in excess of 100° Celsius.

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