If you are looking for an appropriate coating for your residential, office, commercial or industrial environments, we bet there is a special coating solution in epoxy flooring systems!
More than 30 different epoxy flooring systems can be introduced and implemented, in which we introduce some of the most popular epoxy flooring systems:
Anti-Static Epoxy Flooring:
When an individual or electric charge level is in contact with another object, an electrostatic discharge (EDS), which is a static electric pulse, is generated. The task of anti-static industrial flooring is to prevent this electrostatic discharge. Anti-static flooring has electrical resistance between 106 and 109 ohms and it is an ideal option for a wide range of needs and applications. Traditional anti-static flooring includes a primer, copper strips, separate wiring and epoxy coatings, which will take about 7 days to dry and bake, while new polyurethane-based systems include an anti-static powder contained in the coating that is applied to the sealing surface, and its drying time will be 48 hours.
Anti-Slip Epoxy Flooring:
The concept of resistance to slip is the appearance of roughness in the surface, which decreases slipping and falling by creating positive surface tension. But in fact, the resistance to slip is a bit more complicated. Different industries should pay particular attention to slip resistance when choosing a commercial coating. For example, in places like food processing plants and drinks that have water and other liquids on the surface, an anti-slip coating is appropriate for employee safety. The compounds that are added between the epoxy layers to create a rough surface can include rock chips, plastic bullets, silica, gravel, polypropylene, aluminum oxide and even shell walnut.
Quartz epoxy flooring systems are also an epoxy resin composite flooring with colored-quartz beads that have a high performance. It is also a versatile, decorative, hygienic, slip resistant, and durable epoxy flooring system.
Chemical Resistant Epoxy Flooring:
This type of epoxy flooring is a coating system for protecting the surface in the face of chemicals, also it is a decorative coating that can maintain its properties different levels of chemicals.
The ability of a chemical resistant coating to protect against corrosive environments depends on different factors such as the situation of environment, the concentration of chemicals in the environment, temperature, contact (cross-sectional contact, full or partial immersion) and the duration of exposure to the corrosive environment. The resin used in resistant chemical flooring can be completely resistant to a thick chemical at a low temperature, but if it is placed at a higher temperature and even below the concentration of a similar chemical, the desired floor may be degraded. Therefore, when choosing a chemical resistant, all conditions must be considered.
Self-Level Epoxy Flooring:
Self-level epoxy flooring can apply on many types of surface such as new, old, broken or damaged concrete surfaces to create a smooth, seamless, durable area. The self-leveling system, as same as all other epoxy flooring systems, is available in a variety of colors and designs. Self-level epoxy flooring can be a good option for your choice when you are eye-catching and eye-catching, as well as good abrasion resistance, chemicals, heat and slip.
Mortar Epoxy Flooring:
Currently, this coating is the most powerful epoxy flooring system available. This high-quality system is designed with epoxy solids and crushed sand or quartz sand. These floorings have good resistance to chemicals and are also effective in repairing old surfaces due to the high manufacturing process and efficiency.
Flake Epoxy Flooring:
The flake flooring system applies when colored chips are placed inside the epoxy surface to create a flake layer, multi-purpose, seamless, and flexible surface. The chips not only make the surface more beautiful, but the roughened surface also reduces the chance of slipping and falling. The shells are available in a variety of colors, designs, textures and sizes, and also can help diversify your choices in choosing the appropriate epoxy flooring.