Despite their apparent similarity, the self-leveling epoxy resin and polyurethane coatings are different, both in their resistance to wear and their appearance and price.

Both types of resins are applied in thicknesses 1 to 3mm and have a solid structure, easy maintenance, waterproof and very hygienic.


Polyurethane resins are generally recommended because they have a high elasticity and are more resistant on a loose support. Polyurethane resins are also much more resistant to changes in temperature. With aliphatic treatment, polyurethane resins are also more resistant to UV.


Epoxy resin:

Advantages: Beautiful shiny appearance.Suitable for all types of interior pieces.

Disadvantages: EXCLUDED outdoors.



Advantages: Resin more resistant to shocks and scratches than epoxy. Satin appearance.

Disadvantages: Outdoors may be sensitive to UV rays without aliphatic treatment.


Epoxy resin


Self-smoothing 2-component EPOXY resin without solvent.



Floor and wall cladding.



It is applied to the roll in 2 or 3 layers, or to the notched squeegee it penetrates into the surface and consolidates it.



Several aspects are possible, smooth, matt or shiny, slightly structured or anti-slip.




- Factories and warehouses
- Shopping centers and others
- Offices
- Auditoriums
- Parts of the particular dwelling




- Solvent resistant
- High resistance to acids and detergents
- High compressive strength
- Strengthen surfaces
- Easy cleaning



Polyurethane resin

Solvent-free 2-component self-leveling polyurethane coating.



High performance coating for industrial floors, professional garage.



It is applied with a roller in 2 or 3 layers, or with a notched squeegee.




- Industrial floors
- High-traffic commercial premises
- Heavy-duty professional garages
- Parkings




- Solvent resistant
- High resistance to acids and detergents
- High resistance to shocks and scratches
- Excellent adhesion
- Easy cleaning