Epoxy

Epoxy Mortar

Epoxy Mortar

When selecting the best floor coating for an area within a commercial or industrial facility, the conditions to which the area will be exposed must be considered. For areas that experience mainly foot traffic and occasional light vehicle traffic, a relatively light duty concrete coating may be sufficient to protect from daily wear and tear. [...]
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Epoxy Anti-static and dissipative

Epoxy Anti-static and dissipative

Selecting the right industrial flooring for your needs can be a complicated undertaking. Besides the obvious considerations of colour and material, there may be specific performance requirements to take into account, particularly when the area may be used for highly sensitive operations such as healthcare or delicate manufacturing processes. For a wide range of industries, one critical [...]
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Epoxy Multi-layer Anti-skid

Epoxy Multi-layer Anti-skid

The anti-slip multi-layer coating is a continuous floor based on epoxy resin, completed with polyurethane resin finishes. It is made by applying multiple layers of resin, one on the other, in order to obtain an anti-slip surface with good qualities of mechanical resistance. The anti-slip multi-layer is a shock-resistant and abrasion-resistant, elastic and waterproof floor. The thickness of [...]
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Epoxy Self-Leveling

Epoxy Self-Leveling

Self-leveling epoxy floors (or self-smoothing) are probably the most common type of epoxy floors out there. These floors  have major operational advantages for industries. The smooth and seamless surface  makes them ideal for the movement of forklift trucks and other vehicles that are shifting heavy loads on a continuous basis. Also the seamless structure makes the [...]
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Epoxy Coat/Paint

Epoxy Coat/Paint

This flooring system is designed to provide superior functional and decorative properties, high chemical resistance and mechanical strength, good durability, and adhesion to protect the substrate from wear, chemical attack, stains, mechanical stress and bacteria formation. Epoxy was first used in the early 1950s for concrete restoration. Over the last couple of decades, epoxy painted [...]
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