Why Choose Resin Flooring?

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Resin floors are durable and sustainable solutions, typically for floors subject to constant or heavy foot and vehicular traffic. Most resin floors consist of a primer which links to the substrate to create a strong bond. This is then masked by a body coat which provides the floor thickness and base design. A seal coat will then cover the body coating and supply the final product features.

Because of the tough and exhausting environments resin floors commonly endure, their hard wearing formula helps them withstand demanding situations saving costly repairs that other floors would require, making them very cost-effective But why should you invest in one?

Attractive and Tailored to Client’s Needs

There are few floors available that present customers with a wealth of options for style and safety. They are not restricted to specific industries although some resin floors suit particular environments more than others. Our floors are available in various colours to supply clients with their favoured colour or a colour associated to their businesses brand.

In addition to colour, resin floors are available in countless styles benefiting all industries. For example, Flowshield SL products suit Laboratory and Warehouse environments using a shiny, glossy coat to deliver an attractive, bright look which optimises safety for employees. Alternatively, a Terrosso surface features eye-catching designs to embellish high traffic environments such as Shopping Centres and Car Showrooms.

Exceptional Strength and Flexibility

When considering a selection of floors, strength is a crucial factor, particularly for industrial environments. Fortunately, resin floors have substantial strength, thicker applications possess two times the strength of concrete, and are able to withstand constant heavy traffic. As a result businesses subject to continuous heavy lifting such as Distributors & Warehouses frequently install them.

In addition to strength, resin floors are very flexible. The properties of resins allow them to be applied to a variety of surfaces, although it isn’t uncommon for surfaces to require preparation before the resin can be laid. The surfaces resin flooring can be applied to are:

– Asphalt

– Concrete

– Metal

– Wood

[Note: It is important to check prior to application the suitability of your resin floor as some formulas are specifically designed.]

Resistances

Health & Safety is one of the most important concerns for businesses today. Failure to meet Health & Safety legislations puts a business at risk and can lead to being penalised. To avoid this, some resin floors are designed with a variety of resistances to provide employees a safe working environment. These resistances include:

– Abrasion Resistance

– Anti-static

– Chemical Resistance

– Heat Resistance

– Scratch Resistance

– Slip Resistance

– Steam/Hot Water Resistance

– UV Light Resistance

– Wear Resistance

Quick Lay

In busy locations, it is crucial for a business to have a fast track floor it can lay within a limited timeframe. The MMA (Methyl Methacrylate) resin flooring range provides businesses with this solution, most floors require only 1 hour to tolerate light foot traffic and just 2-3 hours for a full cure.

The MMA range includes:

Quartz Classic

Quartz Classic Anti-Slip

Quartz Scatter

Quartz Structure

Terrosso

So, why have you not invested in a resin floor yet?

If you require any further information about the floors we install, or would like to enquire about an installation. Please give us a call on 0113 243 6061.

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