Protecting the surface of concrete trafficked areas in structures designed for parking cars and vehicles is extremely important in order to preserve their functionality and durability to maintain a high level of safety and minimize maintenance costs.
The resin coating products used in the Mapefloor Parking System ensures a high level of protection for surfaces that may be adapted to suit a wide range of environmental conditions and installations. Mapei offers 3 general types of coatings: Water-based system, Epoxy-based system and Polyurethane-based system.
Mapecoat I 62 W AP
Two-component, epoxy coating in water dispersion with a gloss finish, specifically developed for coatings of floors, surface of walls and ceilings.
Easy to apply
No odours given off during application and when hardened
Low emission of volatile organic compounds and micro-particles
Good mechanical and chemical resistance
Dustproof surface; easy to clean and maintain
Mapefloor System 31
Multi-layered epoxy system with 100% solids content for floors with non-slip finish.
High resistance to wear and abrasion from pedestrian traffic
Resistance to most chemical products
Easy to clean
Mapefloor Parking System ID
Multi-layered seamless polyurethane coating system with good dynamic crack-bridging capacity for pedestrian areas and areas with vehicular access subjected to intense use, and to protect internal parking areas.
Excellent resistance to wear and mechanical stress
Suitable for creating strong, waterproof coatings with high chemical resistance on internal surfaces, including those subjected to moderate variations in temperature.
Mapefloor Parking System ME
Multi-layered seamless polyurethane coating system with high dynamic crack-bridging capacity for pedestrian areas and areas with vehicular access subjected to intense use, and to protect even outdoor parking areas.
Crack-bridging capacity at temperatures up to -20 degrees Celcius
Suitable for creating strong, impermeable and waterproof coatings with high chemical resistance on internal surfaces, including those subjected to variations in temperature.