Epoxy flooring contractors are finding that urethane cement is a practical and efficient primer and resurfacer in nearly every application.
Urethane cement was introduced into the market a few decades ago. And whether is was installed in Pennsylvania, or applied by some flooring contractors in Maryland, it was widely accepted upon reception for a few reasons. Firstly, the most commonly used flooring material prior to urethane cement was epoxy. Epoxy is typically a decent floor. However, it is susceptible to osmotic blistering, ambering, and vapor transmission.
But because urethane cement is able to not only bond extraordinarily well to the concrete, it has exceptional chemical resistance. And this chemical resistance also allows it to hold up against the sodium from transmitting through the concrete.