Epoxy Floors As a durable solution, epoxy floors are a top-pick for businesses looking for safe flooring that is easy to maintain, clean, and customize. Replacing and repairing flooring can be expensive, so sustainable options like epoxy are highly sought after in many industries—including manufacturing, education, food processing, and healthcare.
Types of Epoxy Floors
Anti-slip Floor Coatings Epoxy coating is smooth, which means it can be a slip hazard. Adding a special coating with sand, gravel, or other additives transforms the floor to have a non-slip texture. Anti-slip flooring can be found in factories that have high machinery traffic or tiled floors, healthcare facilities, commercial food plants or restaurants, etc. Coatings may be transparent or decorated.
Antimicrobial Floor Coatings For food manufacturers, medical facilities, and other FDA-regulated entities prone to bacterial growth, antimicrobial flooring is the only option. In these facilities, bodily fluids, product spills, and residue are no strangers to the floor, so frequent cleaning is a must. Unfortunately, concrete holds moisture and is porous, making it vulnerable to microbes like mildew or mold that grow in damp spaces. Antimicrobial floor coating dries fast and releases agents to form a non-porous surface that’s seamless and absent of any holes or cracks where microbes may grow.
Decorative Floor Coatings Add your company's logo, images, or other decorative elements to create a unique design. Decorative floor coatings have a dual appeal, as they look good while being durable and low maintenance. You can also enhance the appearance of other types of epoxy flooring. For instance, add decorative specs to anti-slip floors or tint the color of ESD floors for a coating that's aesthetically attractive and practical.
PU Flooring BENEFITS OF POLYURETHANE: *Decorative applications *UV stable *Seamless *Food grade *Hygienic *Fast-Curing systems *Anti-Static properties *Anti-Slip properties *Versatile *Durable