Specialist applied, polyurethane resin floor finishes, combining outstanding wearing properties with high chemical resistance and pleasing decorative properties. Ideally suited in aggressive areas where a seamless, joint free finish is required and maximum cleanliness is essential. Factories and general heavy duty plant and traffic areas are just some of the environments that can benefit from the tough chemically resistant system.

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• Hard wearing - extremely durable and abrasion resistant with low maintenance costs
• Resistant to a wide range of chemicals and liquids
• Seamless - easily cleaned to maintain high standards of hygiene


Available to any standard RAL Card upon request


The concrete or screed substrate must be hard, sound and free of dust and other barrier materials such as paint, lime coatings, plaster, curing agents, laitance, adhesive residues etc., that will inhibit adhesion to the substrate.

Use a suitable Degreaser to remove polish, wax, grease, oil and similar contaminating substances prior to mechanical preparation. Contaminated concrete surfaces should be mechanically prepared, either by scabbling, grinding or contained shot blasting equipment or similar, and be vacuumed clean prior to applying CLICRETE. Overwatered or otherwise weak concrete surfaces must also be suitably prepared down to sound, solid concrete by mechanical methods. Dust and other debris should be removed using vacuum equipment.

NOTE : Any joints or cracks in the concrete base where differential movement is anticipated e.g. movement joints, should be brought through to the finished surface and suitably sealed. New concrete slabs must be allowed to cure for at least 14 days.

To ensure maximum bond, grooves must be cut into the perimeter of the sub-floor, typically 8 mm deep by 8 mm wide. These should be inset approximately 100mm from and running parallel with the walls and adjacent to doorways and plinths etc., including any finishing edges and day joints. The grooves must have clean, square edges and the product laid into the full depth of the groove forming a perimeter anchorage. Grooves should surround areas not exceeding 20 m².


Steel decking must be cleaned, sound and properly supported to prevent flexing. Deck plate of less than 4 mm thick is not recommended. Surface should be short blasted to SA2.5 and primed using IF 3E Solvent Free Epoxy Primer.


All appropriate substrates to receive CLICRETE must first be primed with IF 3E Solvent Free Epoxy Primer.One or more coats of primer may be required depending upon the condition and porosity of the concrete substrate. The final coat of IF 3 E Solvent Free Epoxy Primer may be seeded with Fine Aggregate to aid application.


The contents of Part A and Part B of CLICRETE must first be mixed together for 1 minute, using forced action, in a suitably sized mixing vessel. The contents of Part C the powder component and Part D pigment sachet should then be introduced into the mixed resin and mixed together for a further 2 minutes to create one homogeneous mix. One or more packs may be mixed at the same time in order to maintain a quick rate of installation.


For flooring applications, the mixed material should be applied to the prepared and primed surface between 8 and 24 hours after priming, using a trowel to achieve the desired thickness. As soon as the product has been laid and as work progresses, the surface should be gently rolled with a spiked roller in order to provide an even surface appearance. Do not re-roll later. The work area should be protected during the installation process and during the initial curing time to ensure that no airborne debris can contaminate the surface of the wet resin as this will lead to unwanted blemishes in the hardened, cured surface.

All movement joints in the sub-floor must be carried through the topping and properly sealed. Construction joints and \ cracks not subject to movement may be overlaid but should the floor move in any way, these defects will reflect through the system. Isolation joints will need to be allowed for in areas where high thermal movement is anticipated, e.g. around ovens and freezers.


CLICRETE should only be applied at temperatures above 5°C and where the atmospheric relative humidity (RH) is 90% or below. Floors should have a RH of 75% or less. For floors with an RH of more than 75%, the entire floor area should be treated with CLI DPM Surface Damp Proof Membrane applied and seeded with Fine Aggregate, in accordance with the current product data sheet, in place of IF 3E Solvent Free Epoxy Primer. The substrate should have a surface tensile strength of at least 1.5 N/mm². CLICRETE and primer/ CLI DPM Surface Damp Proof Membrane may be applied to substrates of a lower strength, but long-term performance may be impaired. Once the mixed material has exceeded its pot life, the viscosity and the characteristics of the product will change and any unused product should be discarded at this time.


CLICRETE can be removed from tools and equipment by using CLI RTC 100 immediately after use. Any hardened material will need to be removed mechanically.


The values shown are typical of results obtained in the laboratory at 27 ± 1ºC. Actual performance values obtained on site may vary from those quoted.


Pot life

20 mins

Light traffic

24 hours

Full traffic

48 hours

Full cure

7 days

Bond strength

> 1.5 N/mm²

Compressive strength DIN EN ISO 604

51 N/mm²

Flexural strength DIN EN ISO 178

18 N/mm²

Tensile strength DIN EN ISO 527

7 N/mm²

Shore D Hardness


Abrasion resistance

Classified 'Special Duty' under BS 8204:Part 2:2002(9)

Slip resistance

Classified 'Satisfactory' under BS 8204: Part 2: 2002(9), wet and dry

Impact resistance

Classified 'High Impact Resistance' under BS 8204: Part 1: 1999


Pack size




Part A 2.32kg

3.30 m² when

Part B 2.94kg

applied at a

Part C 10.84kg

thickness of

Part D 400g

@ 2 mm thick

NOTE: These figures are theoretical, due to the wastages and the variety and nature of substrates practical coverage figures may be reduced.


• Use goggles and hand gloves during application.
• Clean hands with warm soap water after application.
• Ensure adequate ventilation and avoid inhalation of dust.
• Avoid contact with skin / eyes. In case of unlikely contact with eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of clean water, then cleanse with soap and lukewarm water and seek medical advice.Do not use solvent to clean the contacted area.
• Prevent swallowing. In case of unlikely swallowing, seek medical attention immediately. Do not induce vomiting.


CLICRETE is available in six standard colours: green, grey, orange, red, cream and yellow. Other colours may be available to special order, subject to quantity and technical requirements. CLI polyurethane floor systems are formulated to maximise the mechanical and chemical resistance properties, as a result of this, these types of systems are discoloured by ultraviolet light leading to a “yellowing effect”. This yellowing effect is dependent upon the amount of UV exposure, both in terms of intensity and time, and is more noticeable with lighter colours.


CLICRETE has a shelf life of 6 months if kept in a dry store between 5ºC and 30ºC in the original unopened containers. The product should be protected from frost, away from direct sunlight and sources of heat.


During mixing and application the following precautions should be observed: ensure adequate ventilation and avoid contact of the material with the eyes, nasal passages, mouth and unprotected skin. Avoid contact with the hands by wearing protective gloves and by using, if necessary, a suitable barrier cream. In case of contact with the eyes, rinse immediately with plenty of water and seek medical advice and after contact with the skin wash immediately with plenty of soap and water (do not use solvents). Prolonged contact with the skin should be avoided, especially where the user has an allergic reaction to resin-based materials. Always wear gloves and eye/face protection as necessary. Observe personal hygiene, particularly washing the hands after work has been completed or at any interruption whilst work is in progress. Care should be taken when removing gloves to avoid contaminating the insides. In case of accidents seek medical advice.


Spillage of any of the component products should be absorbed onto sand or other inert material and transferred to a suitable disposable vessel. Disposal of such spillage or empty packaging should be in accordance with local waste disposal authority regulations.


Sold subject to the Company's conditions of sale which are available on request.


The information supplied in this datasheet is based upon extensive experience and is given in good faith in order to help you. Our Company policy is one of continuous Research and Development; we therefore reserve the right to update this information at any time without prior notice. We also guarantee the consistent high quality of our products; however as we have no control over site conditions or the execution of the work, we accept no liability for any loss or damage which may arise as a result thereof.