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Top coat | Flexigel autolivellante

Flexible and highly-resistant, Flexigel autolivellante is an high-thickness self-levelling polyurethane-based resin layer, suitable for working and heavy-duty areas.

Due to its adaptability, it can be applied both as an underlay and a protective top coat, depending on the ship’s needs. Available in different colours.  

Suggested when:
  • A flexible and highly resistant surface is required 
  • The covered area is frequently subject to mechanical stress 
  • The floor needs a protective waterproof surface 
  • The surface must ensure an easy walkability 
  • The floor mst withstand wears, stress and shocks 
  • Fast cleaning is required La superficie deve essere facilmente pulibile 
  • Colours and other aesthetic effects are required 
  • Resin coverings for merchant ships, ramps and parkings are desired  
Technical characteristics:
  • High thickness self-leveling polyurethane-based protective resin covering 
  • Elastomeric nature 
  • IMO-MED certified 
  • Suitable as underlay 
  • Adaptable for parietal covings 
  • 100% aliphatic polyurethane resin composition 
  • Optimal walkability 
  • Antiskid properties 
  • High resistance to stress and shocks 
  • High resistance to bendings, compressions and tearings 
  • Easy cleaning and maintenance 
  • Great flexibility 
  • Non-flammable 
  • Non-yellowing over time 
  • Curing time in 8-24 hours (at 23°C)
  • Specific weight 1.3 ± 0.05 kg/dm3
  • Long-lasting over time
  • Suitable for soundproofing underlays 
  • Wide range colours palette also available  

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