When it comes to picking new flooring for industrial property, epoxy flooring stands out from other flooring choices. There are several reasons for this. Epoxy flooring, also called resin flooring, is sustainable, decorative, and resilient for any surface.
If you are thinking about epoxy flooring, below are the different types of epoxy resin, what these floors consist of, and where to use particular epoxy flooring types.
A key aspect of epoxy coating is that it is chemically different from standard floor paints. Resin flooring consists of polymer resins and hardeners. The hardener and resin react to each other when correctly mixed, creating a chemical bond.
The most clear-cut definition of resin flooring is a flooring surface that has several layers of epoxy. Confusion usually arises when comparing an this floor coating and an epoxy floor. The difference between the two is in the deepness of the epoxy.
Epoxy floors are known as an epoxy coating of about a little less than an inch. This type of floor under two millimeters thick is typically known as an epoxy floor coating.
Self-Leveling Epoxy Floors Usage: showrooms, kitchens, commercial garages, kitchens, athletic facilities, and warehouses.
These floors use self-leveling epoxy to put over cracked, new, damaged, or old concrete floors. This will produce a leveled and smooth floor surface.
Quartz-Filled Epoxy Floors: Quartz epoxy flooring is a mixture of stained quartz grains and top-performance resin. Use this epoxy for decorative areas that necessitate slip-resistant and sanitary properties.
Uses include: showrooms, lobbies, offices, locker rooms, restrooms, and cafeterias.
Epoxy Flake Floors: This floor type has colored flake materials that are put in the epoxy. This will produce a multi-hued, vibrant look. The flakes have slight grooves, reducing falls and slips.
Uses include: showrooms, commercial kitchens, locker rooms, clinics, sports venues, and more.
It doesn’t matter if you need a stylish lobby for your business or a durable surface for your industrial work, there is an epoxy flooring for your needs. Call us at Harrisburg Epoxy to explore your options.