4m Europe offers a variety of self-levelling resin coverings: self-levelling epoxy, self-levelling polyurethane, self-levelling MMA, self-levelling vinyl ester and self-levelling ESD.

A self-levelling epoxy resin covering offers mechanical resistance combined with a perfect finish, capable of satisfying the most demanding industrial or commercial requirements. At 4m Europe, we generally apply this type of covering in pharmaceutical production areas and storage areas, at thicknesses of between 1 and 3 mm.

Thanks to the fruity range, a self-levelling epoxy covering will also be advised for contemporary sales outlets, and is ideal for modern, minimalist environments.

A self-levelling polyurethane resin covering will combine resistance, aesthetics and comfort. This solution offers excellent chemical, mechanical and thermal resistance. This type of self-levelling covering will withstand heavy pedestrian and forklift traffic for working areas such as workshops and packaging, production, storage and parking areas.

A self-levelling polyurethane resin floor also provides excellent resistance to sugars and acids, as will a self-levelling polyurethane cement covering (polyurethane mortar with a thickness of 4 to 6 mm), and is capable of marrying aesthetics and durability in highly aggressive environments. We particularly recommend a self-levelling polyurethane resin solution for the pharmaceutical and agri-foodstuffs industries.


Key advantages

  • Dust-free
  • Very good resistance to abrasion
  • Excellent chemical resistances
  • Easy cleaning and sterilisation
  • Resistance to heavy traffic
  • Hard-wearing
  • Resistance to severe stresses from pedestrian and vehicle traffic
  • Excellent resistance to attacks from sugars and acids
  • Attractive, fashionable colours for decorative coverings
  • Antistatic and quartz options available on request
  • Addition of an antimicrobial agent possible

Principal markets

  • Airports
  • Hospitals
  • Pharmaceuticals
  • Agri-foodstuffs
  • Automotive
  • Aeronautics
  • Electronics
  • Manufacturing/Industries
  • Hotels/Tourist complexes
  • Residential buildings
  • Service sector buildings
  • Schools & colleges
  • Commerce and distribution
  • Shopping centres