Explanation

What are epoxy floors?

These are functional and decorative floor coverings, which are obtained by a casting over the bottom of the base layer (cement, concrete, sandstone, mosaic, etc.) of epoxy products, i.e., liquid polymeric materials, that solidifies following a chemical polymerization reaction. The end result is a smooth continuous surface, without joints, very resistant, both chemically and mechanically. These floors can be customized with a multitude of colors, designs and textures to achieve an unlimited range of decorative and functional effects.

They are an ideal alternative to the usual flooring finishes (parquet, ceramic tiles, PVC or linoleum flooring, etc.) while providing excellent protection.

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Advantages

Advantages of epoxy floors

The use of epoxy floors implies several advantages. Here are the most important of these. Here are the most important ones:

Monolithic

Without joints

Waterproof

Without pores to absorb water or dirt

Igenic

Easy to maintain, are antibacterial and antifungal

Ecological

Low emissions of volatile organic compounds

Functional

Anti-dusting and antistatic, configurable spark-proof or ESD

Safe

Slip resistant

Durable

Increased resistance to abrasion and scratches

Resistance to stress

With chemical, thermal and mechanical strength

Ultraviolet rays

Do not discolour

Aesthetics

Provides a pleasant surface

Design

You can configure any drawing or coloration, even with 3D effect

Reconditionable

Easy to repair and rehabilitate
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WHERE CAN THEY BE APPLIED?

Here are some areas where epoxy flooring can be successfully applied.

Industrial Zones

  • Production halls
  • Storage halls
  • Halls in food, pharmaceutical, automotive

Public Institutions

  • Hospitals
  • Town Halls
  • Event Rooms
  • Youth Houses
  • Libraries
  • Schools
  • Kindergartens

School sports halls

  • Multi-purpose halls
  • Halls for sports competitions
  • School sports halls, high schools, universities
  • Fitness rooms, body building, dance and showbiz

Commercial Zones

  • Stores
  • Restaurants
  • Pharmacies
  • Carmers
  • Car Washers
  • Production Facilities
  • Deposits

Residential Zones

  • Garages
  • Basements
  • Kitchens
  • Bathrooms
  • Stairs
  • Terraces
  • Sidewalks

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