Polyurethane (PU) coatings provide another option to customise flexible polyurethane foam. As in the case of adhesives, dispersions and solvent-containing blends can be distinguished for this type of coating. A two-component mixture is used in most cases; it includes a carrier and a pigment or colour that can be modified and adjusted to specific needs. PU coatings protect the foam more effectively against external impact, which opens up additional areas of use for foam-based materials. This type of coating simplifies assembly or covering of the individual items by reducing their resistance. Furthermore, the material becomes more resistant to soiling and deformation due to tearing or similar phenomena. Such coatings are used specifically for engineering applications. Various finishing options are available for this type of polyurethane coating, including subsequent application of graphite powder to lend antistatic properties to the material. We also offer a coating or skin that is highly flame-resistant and even complies with the highest level of the European Union safety standards - EN 45545-2. Celloflex has applied this type of surface coating for many years and has extensive experience in this field.