Industrial Epoxy Flooring
These systems are easily maintained and minimizes areas where mold, bacteria and other infectious agents might grow. Industrial epoxy flooring systems can be installed with integral cove bases that can be seamlessly transitioned from the floor to the wall system. Industrial epoxy flooring applications include schools, hospitals, clinics, cafeterias, animal care facilities and food and beverage plants. Concerns about indoor exposure flooring to mold in public and commercial buildings are growing daily as the public learns that exposure to mold and microbial contamination can cause a variety of allergic reactions and illnesses. High performance overlays provide unsurpassed thermal shock resistance and chemical protection for pharmaceutical, food service and beverage facilities. Industrial epoxy floorings incorporate a performance polyurethane with an anti-microbial agent, which inhibits the growth of bacteria, fungi, molds, mildew and helps reduce odor.
Quartz Aggregate provides a cost-effective industrial epoxy flooring solution with extraordinary resilience under the most demanding conditions. Quartz Aggregate is composed of the finest uniformly shaped and sized quartz granules on Earth. This unique product is brilliantly color-coated with a superior resin system and high-quality color-fast pigments. Quartz Aggregate can be applied to achieve many different textures and levels of slip resistance to prevent slip-and-fall injuries and minimize liability. No joints or seams delivers an easy-clean, seamless finish where no bacteria or dirt can dwell in crevices. Virtually limitless color combinations produce design latitude so that each industrial epoxy flooring can be customized to suit the environment. After many years of use, revitalizing your flooring is as simple as sanding the surface and applying a new top coat.
Epoxy Flake Blends â€“ Flake Blends make resinous industrial epoxy flooring as beautiful as it is practical and cost-effective. Enhance your high-performance industrial epoxy flooring environment by adding custom color and texture to compliment any dÃ©cor. Flake resinous flooring systems provide a cost-effective alternative with superior chemical and abrasion resistance to pre-engineered floors. Flake resinous flooring media provides an orange-peel texture that increases the slip resistance and safety and also is wax free and economical to upkeep with soap and water. The seamless and flexible industrial epoxy flooring surface provides wall- to-wall beauty that does not collect dirt, moisture, or germs, and also deadens the noise of foot traffic and carts. After many years of use, revitalizing your industrial epoxy flooring is as simple as sanding the surface and applying a new top coat.
Standard Resinous Color Samples Industrial Epoxy Flooring
Crack and Spalled Construction Joint Repairs â€“ A hybrid mix of epoxy with elastic properties. This is used to repair cracks in concrete pads and to fill construction joints where clean-ability is required and meets FDA and USDA regulations.
Thin mil coating â€“ 11 to 32 mils â€“ A two-component 100% solids industrial epoxy flooring installation, either as a 2 or 3 coatsystem. Can either be clear or pigmented. This is the most cost effective industrial epoxy system with good wear.
Epoxy Striping â€“ A two-component 100% solids industrial epoxy flooring is used in warehouses, auto dealership service departments and industrial locations where a crisp straight line is required. This is a very high wearing stripe.
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