Leading Swedish manufacturer of

thermosetti​ng resin floor coatings​

Eradur and the environment

Our responsibility

The construction market is constantly evolving with new products and methods. The market players must work together to ensure that the materials and methods used lead to sustainable construction. It is about everything from thinking resource-efficiently at every stage, to not incorporating substances that can endanger health or nature in the long term.

Eradur's products are based on well-known and proven chemistry, known as epoxy, polyurethane or acrylic thermoplastics. Seamless floors made of thermosetting resin are very durable and contribute to a better environment by extending the life of the floor, reducing the need for maintenance and use of aggressive cleaning chemicals.

As a serious player in the market, we work proactively to minimize risks with our materials. Our environmental policy summarizes our way of working.

Chemical products

All chemical products should be assessed from a life cycle perspective to ensure that the product does not cause any serious problem in the chain from "cradle to grave", but also to be able to balance the pros and cons of each other if these occur at different stages of the product's life.

​Raw material

A significant part of the product's environmental impact comes from the raw materials. We, therefore, consider environmental aspects when choosing raw materials and suppliers. Substances on KEMI's phase-out list are not allowed, and priority risk reduction substances should be substituted where possible.

To reduce the need for fossil raw materials, Our PU product range is largely based on castor oil obtained from plant life. To minimize the environmental impact of transporting goods, we buy a large proportion of the raw materials in bulk.


Bisphenol A

Bisphenol A (BPA) is a common raw material used in plastics such as polycarbonate and epoxy plastic. BPA is suspected to cause hormone disorders at relatively low intakes. It has been investigated by the European Food Safety Authority, EFSA, with a special focus on food packaging and children's articles.


As a result, polycarbonate in baby bottles is now banned and caution is recommended for the packaging of baby foods.

Ordinary tinned jars are coated with epoxy, but studies have shown that BPA is not released at impactful levels. No restrictions have been introduced for epoxy for can tins.


The studies have also shown that exposure to BPA from the general environment is less than the intake that takes place via food. Limitations of epoxy plastic are therefore not relevant to the data available.


Our epoxy range is based on binders where Bisphenol A and F reacts with epichlorohydrin, to polymers. The bisphenols are 100% reactive and thus not present in our products at all. Nor can bisphenol be released by processing at a later stage.


You can therefore with good conscience invest in an epoxy floor with regards to health and the environment.


We manufacture all our products in our modern facility at Väla Industriområde in Helsingborg.

The process is built around rational raw material handling for bulk products, and automated filling.

The plant emits less than 100 kg of emissions per year, and material utilization is very high.

To be even better, we run projects for increased repeatability and precision, and through the short lead times, increase the quality and at the same time reduce our resource consumption.


Today, the transport sector accounts for about 24% of the EU's greenhouse gas emissions.

We ship the right quantity directly to the installation site so a lorry is the only option. With direct delivery, we avoid a detour around a local warehouse.

We work with leading logistics companies that optimize their emissions through the best balance between filled lorries and customized delivery.


Installing a seamless floor requires good professional skill and discipline!

When designing the floor solution, consideration is given both to the function and appearance of the finished floor, as well as to the conditions for the installation. Through proper planning and execution, the best material utilization is achieved, and the risk of rework is minimized.

​Another important aspect is the working environment. Our products are delivered as liquid components and mixed together on site by the installer, who applies the mass which reacts together to a hard and durable floor.


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Eradur AB, Granitgatan 11, 254 68 Helsingborg, Sweden  •  Tel. +46 42 29​ ​22 50 •  info@eradur.com •  Org. nr: 556526-4354