Epoxy floors are commonly known in industrial contexts and are used extensively due to their resistance to wear and tear and their long durability. Furthermore, an epoxy floor is easy to maintain, non-slip and incredibly cleaning-friendly.
Therefore, it is not without reason that this type of floor is used as industrial flooring in pretty much all industries for many types of applications.
AMONG OTHER THINGS, EPOXY IS USED FOR:
- Industrial floors
- Car repair workshops
- Warehouse floors
wHat is epoxy?
Epoxy is a two component material consisting of a hardener and a binder, which form a durable and flexible plastic material. Thus, epoxy is a powerful binding agent, which can be added to products such as paint, adhesive, joint filler and other sealing materials in order to bind together the various elements of the mixtures. Epoxy is often used as fibre-reinforcing plastic material in flooring.
Epoxy must be mixed in the right quantities and has a short curing time once it is poured onto the flooring surface. If you are considering getting an epoxy floor in your home, you should always get professionals with the right expertise to lay the floor, as it requires tremendous precision, professionalism and speed, all at the same time.