A poured floor is seen by many architects as a fitting and elegant solution in many houses and buildings. Warm, modern and stylish and it possesses a smooth appeal. The origin of this type of floor lies decades behind us.
Industry then searched for a floor that met all environmental demands.
The most important quality-need was a liquid proof floor-solution.
The first version that existed is the epoxy poured floor.
Current qualities, like UV-proof, hard elastic, floor heating-proof or a pretty appearance were unimportant in those days. After years of development, the need for those qualities is met in a design polyurethane (PU) poured floor.
The PU poured floor is a flooring system that is bound by a two-component resin. The words “poured floor” literally mean “pouring a floor”. The excellent liquid quality shows itself by resulting in a totally smooth and seamless flooring-system.
Different colours and designs.
All synthetic poured floors can be executed in different designs.
From sheet-white to pitch black, from lemony-yellow to apple-green.
The solo design poured floor is smooth and timeless.
Just one colour is used.
Available in almost every RAL, Sikkens and NCS colour, neutral or prominent.
Carefree enjoying a perfect base in which a conscious choice was made for a beautiful and smooth flooring solution.
The duo design poured floor is a colour combination.
The design is a mixture of two colours you choose, which come together to one unity.
The possibilities are endless because of the infinite amount of colour combinations.
From serene to explosive shakes.
The duo design poured floor is the perfect base, in which the interior is made into a different unique unity time and time again.
Poured floors are defined by a smooth, even, strong and liquid-proof flooring system. Because of these good qualities, our floors are easily well maintained.
The poured floors comply to the noise standard of 10dB.
To achieve a higher noise standard, you can choose a special sound reducing foundation. An extra sound reduction derives when floor/wall-connections stay independent. Sound does not carry through supporting walls with independent floor/wall connections. The high elasticity of the PU-poured floor takes care of acoustic comfort.
A synthetic poured floor is suitable for floor heating.
The resins are commonly resistant to the high amounts of shrinkage and expansions of the foundation. Resin is a conductive material which easily adapts to the surrounding temperature. Because of this, floor heating is not necessary with poured floors, though it is extra comfortable.