Ucrete DP AS - Antistatic Defined Profile Heavy Duty Polyurethane Screed


How does Ucrete DP AS work?

Ucrete DPAS is a unique HD Polyurethane resin technology with exceptional resistance to aggressive chemicals, heavy impact and temperatures up to 80°C providing antistatic properties for use in explosion hazarded areas.

Recommended uses:

  • Where severe conditions exist—high impact pressure, thermal shock, and chemical exposure
  • Where aesthetics are a consideration
  • On severely damaged surfaces
  • In wet conditions requiring a heavily textured slip-resistant surface
  • Where steam or hot water is required for cleaning
  • Meat, poultry, and dairy plants
  • Bottling facilities
  • Pharmaceutical plants
  • Commercial kitchens and restaurants
  • Freezers and refrigerated storage areas
  • Food packing and canning plants

What are the unique features of Ucrete DP AS?

  • Antistatic properties
  • Exceptional chemical resistance
  • Thermal stability
  • Wide service temperature range

What are the benefits of Ucrete DP AS?

  • Tolerates organic and inorganic acids, alkalis and salts
  • Takes continuous hot water cleaning
  • Exceeds temperature tolerance of typical epoxy overlays

Product Information

Technical Data Sheet

Technical Information

​Slip Resistance:

The Ucrete DP surface profiles have coefficient of friction as determined to EN13038 Part 4 using the 4S rubber on the wet floor as follows:
  • Ucrete DP10AS 45 - 50
  • Ucrete DP20AS 45 - 55

The Ucrete DP surface profiles conform to DIN51130 as follows:
  • Ucrete DP10AS R11 
  • Ucrete DP20AS R13 V4
*Depending upon specification

The extremely robust aggregates used to provide the texture of Ucrete DP20 and Ucrete DP30 are designed to maintain optimum slip resistance for many years. Where there is heavy hard wheeled
traffic it is recommended that Ucrete DP30 is used.

​Temperature Resistance:

Correctly installed Ucrete DP at 9mm thickness can withstand regular and routine discharges of boiling water, hot oils and fats

The Ucrete DP resins do not start to soften until temperatures above 130°C are exceeded. 

The 6mm Ucrete DPAS floor is fully resistant to liquid spillage and discharge up to 80ºC and can be lightly steam cleaned. 

Suitable for freezer temperatures down to -25°C

​Non - Tainting:

Ucrete DP systems are solvent free and non-tainting from the end of mixing, as tested by Campden Technology Ltd.

​Impact Resistance:

With high mechanical strengths and a low elastic modulus, Ucrete DP AS is very resilient and able to withstand severe impact loads. While no material is indestructible and surface chipping may occur, brittle modes of failure resulting in cracking and disbondment are unknown with Ucrete floors.

Chemical Resistance

Ucrete DP offers exceptional resistance to a wide range of chemical aggressors. For example Ucrete is resistant to the following commonly encountered chemicals:
  • Most dilute and concentrated organic acids such as: Acetic Acid, Lactic Acid, Oleic Acid and Citric Acid as commonly found in the food industry,
  • Mineral acids: hydrochloric, nitric, phosphoric and sulphuric.
  • Dilute and concentrated alkalis, including sodium hydroxide to 50% concentration
  • Animal fats and vegetable oils, sugars flavourings and essences.


Ucrete DP AS exhibits zero absorption when tested to CP.BM2/67/2.

​Cleaning and Hygiene

Ucrete flooring systems are accredited for use in facilities operating HACCP based food safety systems.