BASF unveils new flooring solutions manufacturing industries

BASF unveils new flooring solutions for manufacturing industries

5:38 AM, 7th December 2016
With its antistatic properties, Ucrete MF40AS protects electrostatic-sensitive devices and can be used in explosion hazard areas.
With its antistatic properties, Ucrete MF40AS protects electrostatic-sensitive devices and can be used in explosion hazard areas.

MANNHEIM, GERMANY: BASF has unveiled a new heavy-duty antistatic flooring system that is based on a polyurethane cement technology. It counterparts the company’s product portfolio of chemical solutions for construction, under the Master Builders Solutions brand.

The Ucrete MF40AS offers numerous advantages in terms of a safe and aesthetic working environment, robustness and durability: with its antistatic properties, the flooring system protects electrostatic-sensitive devices and can be used in explosion hazard areas.

With the new technology, Ucrete MF40AS is available in new colours, cream and bright yellow, additional to the standard range. Like all Ucrete flooring solutions, the new system is dense and impervious, meeting the highest hygienic standards and withstanding extreme thermal, mechanical and chemical impact – thus offering a long service life.

The Master Builders Solutions experts tested Ucrete flooring under the harshest conditions – for instance freezing it with liquid nitrogen or hitting it with a sledge hammer – and the floor withstood everything.

“With the launch of Ucrete MF40AS, we aim to meet this increasing demand and further strengthen our portfolio of industrial flooring solutions. Its combination of chemical resistance, durability and antistatic features represents a unique offering for a safe working environment – especially for customers in the food, pharmaceutical and manufacturing industries,” said Philip Ansell, European marketing manager for Ucrete industrial flooring at BASF.  

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