In recent years the Russian market of building materials has increased dramatically sale piece, shield and laminated flooring. There was a lot of companies that sell flooring, parquet and service providers in conduct of parquet works. Particularly increased range of flooring, as produced in Russia (including imported equipment), and imported, especially from exotic wood species. It should be noted that laying parquet especially art, requires a set of operations, of which the ultimate is the varnishing. Lucky for protecting the surface of the parquet (parquet lacquers) are the most widely used in practice, renovation and construction work. Until relatively recently was considered fashionable oak flooring, rub the paste on a regular basis.
But with the advent of modern semi-gloss lacquer and matte-preserving pattern parquet floor, as well as reliable, durable and waterproof polyurethane varnish, floor varnish coating applied almost everywhere. At the same time, with an appearance on the market a wide range of imported parquet varnishes requirements have increased dramatically to the quality of domestic products of similar purpose. 'Gak, over the years range produced by the domestic industry is practically confined to the parquet lacquers two brands-alkyd varnish PF-231 and urea with the addition of alkyd resin varnish MCH-0163 acid-curing. Despite the fact that at the present time these lakes hold a dominant position in the Russian market in recent years started to be produced and appear on the shelves stores a more contemporary range of parquet varnishes – epoksidnoalkidnyh, uretanovoalkidnyh, water, acrylic and akriluretanovyh Finally, one-and two-component polyurethane. Consider this assortment of more than detail: Alkyd varnish for wood PF-231 is the oldest of the design-time and widespread among produced in Russia parquet lacquers. Its advantages are ease of application and good appearance film. But it is equally obvious its shortcomings: lack of hardness, abrasion resistance and water resistance of the film, leading ultimately to a lack of durability of coatings does not exceed, usually two to three years.