Industrial Flooring: Options for a Variety of Industries

Industrial flooring is a highly important part of owning a business. No matter what your industry may be, you should ensure that the flooring system used is safe and reliable.

A 100% solids epoxy coating along with polyaspartic topcoat can protect and renew concrete floors in heavy wear areas. This is especially good if your industrial flooring receives a lot of forklift traffic. A 100% solids epoxy coating can create extremely tough and decorative industrial flooring. It is resistant to oil, solvents, and harsh cleaning materials. It is suitable for use in factories, warehouses, workshops, and showrooms.

It is relatively easy to apply, is hard wearing, and long lasting. It can be used over existing coatings that are bonded well to the substrate. It is virtually odorless, allowing it to be used in confined areas. It gives a smooth gloss/stain/matte finish that is very easy to clean. It is environmentally friendly with virtually no VOCs. It is a safe option for the food and beverage industry.

For industrial flooring which experiences high traffic, a 100% solids epoxy coating is an excellent source. Epoxy resins provide many wonderful traits. They are sometimes breathable, low odor, have good chemical resistance, excellent abrasion resistance, long working time, and meets USDA requirements for use in federally inspected facilities.

Industrial flooring is a significant part of a business. Any type manufacturing facility or factory or laboratory could easily benefit from the use of a high-quality industrial floor. Ensuring that a business has proper flooring is crucial in order to elongate the longevity of an industrial flooring system for a particular business. High foot traffic is a very large cause for needing proper industrial flooring, and there are many options out there for preventing any scrapes, scratches, abrasion, or corrosion.

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