Epoxy Flooring

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Epoxy flooring is a popular choice for various commercial, industrial, and residential applications due to its durability, chemical resistance, and seamless finish. There are different types of epoxy flooring formulations, each designed to meet specific needs. Here are some common types:

Types of Epoxy Flooring:


Self-Leveling Epoxy Flooring

  • Characteristics: Smooth and level surface with a glossy finish.

  • Applications: Warehouses, showrooms, commercial kitchens, and areas where a seamless, easily cleanable surface is desired.


Mortar Epoxy Flooring

  • Characteristics: Comprises epoxy mixed with a mortar-like consistency, providing a thicker and more resilient surface.

  • Applications: Heavy-duty industrial settings, such as manufacturing plants, workshops, and areas with high impact or abrasion.


Gravel Epoxy Flooring (Quartz or Flake)

  • Characteristics: Epoxy mixed with colored quartz or decorative flakes for added texture and aesthetic appeal.

  • Applications: Garages, commercial spaces, and areas where slip resistance and a decorative finish are desired.


Anti-Static Epoxy Flooring

  • Characteristics: Formulated to dissipate static electricity, preventing damage to sensitive electronic equipment.

  • Applications: Laboratories, data centers, and areas with electronic equipment.


Epoxy Terrazzo Flooring

  • Characteristics: Combines epoxy with decorative aggregates (such as marble or glass chips) for a visually appealing, seamless finish.

  • Applications: Commercial buildings, educational institutions, and areas where a decorative yet durable surface is desired.


Vapor Barrier Epoxy Flooring

  • Characteristics: Provides a barrier against moisture and vapor transmission from the concrete substrate.

  • Applications: Basements, areas with high humidity, and places where moisture control is crucial.


Self-Dispersing Epoxy Flooring

  • Characteristics: Reinforced with quartz or silica, making it more resistant to heavy traffic and impact.

  • Applications: Manufacturing facilities, warehouses, and areas with frequent forklift or vehicle traffic.


Epoxy Novolac Flooring

  • Characteristics: Resistant to highly corrosive chemicals and acids, offering superior chemical resistance.

  • Applications: Chemical processing plants, laboratories, and facilities with exposure to harsh chemicals.