Epoxy polyutherane flooring, or resin flooring, provide amazing resistance to worn-out and chemicals. Their seamless surface utilise ease of cleaning, healthier working environment and no compromise to aesthetics.
Where does the value of the resin flooring lie?
How do I choose the right type of resin flooring?
The choice depends upon the intended use, the type of the underlay, the conditions of application, and the cost.
What type of material (resins) are used on resin flooring?
Epoxy and polyurethane resins (paints or flooring), in two or three-component systems, are chiefly used. This is always preceded by adhesive coating with epoxy or polyurethane primers.
What are the differences between the two resins?
Epoxy resin membranes combine high mechanical resistance in resin flooring, with relatively low cost, while polyurethane membranes combine resistance to UV radiation with low temperatures.