EPOXY FLOORING SOLUTIONS
Epoxy flooring is a resinous coating to be applied to a concrete slab, created by mixing two or three different layers. This is typically the resin, a reactant which allows it to cure, and potentially a top layer with additional properties such as an anti-microbial topping.
Epoxy flooring is also referred to as ‘poured epoxy’ or ‘self-leveling epoxy’ because the mixture is poured directly onto the prepared concrete, then spread around. As a liquid, it will self-level, creating a perfectly even edge-to-edge surface that conforms to the topography of any floor. There are no cracks or seams, just a single easy-to-clean resinous coat that protects your floor for years.
Clinics and hospitals
Biomedical research and production
Garages and auto shops
Electronics manufacturing or assembly
Commercial spaces such as groceries and ‘big box’ stores
Installed with Little Downtime
Chemical & Solvent Resistant
Types of Epox
Metallic epoxy is formulated like standard epoxy flooring, but with one key difference: the introduction of tiny metallic pigment throughout the epoxy mix. Once the epoxy is poured, smoothed, and left to cure, the result is absolutely dazzling.
A metallic epoxy floor is filled with metallic pigments to create sparkling swirls and wave-like patterns. There’s even an element of dimensionality, giving depth and character to the floor. Better yet, every metallic epoxy floor is completely unique.
Epoxy Mortar Flooring
This combines the strongest epoxies with graded sand or other inert material, to create a floor which is particularly resistant to chemical spills.
Quartz-filled Epoxy Flooring
Quartz epoxy takes the strength of mortar flooring, while using quartz crystals that give it a highly attractive sparkly look – perfect for foyers and other public-facing spaces meant to impress.
Metallic Flake Epoxy Flooring
These blends utilize metallic particles within the epoxy mix that, when spread, create mesmerizing swirls and patterns. This is another excellent choice when you want a floor which is functional and beautiful. They also tend to offer better grip than other types of epoxy.
Antimicrobial Epoxy Flooring
Epoxy naturally resists microbial infiltration, because it lacks any cracks or seams for contaminants to hide in. However, for biomedical, research, and food preparation facilities, extra additives or top layers can be added for even better resistance against contaminants.
Anti-static Epoxy Flooring
For facilities where static buildup and discharge are a concern, such as electronics production, the epoxy can be blended with a conductive material which captures and grounds electrical buildup. This is also an excellent choice for facilities with highly flammable materials or chemicals