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Anti-dusting or sealing with epoxy paint

Description

This is not a flooring system but is a coating or sealing of mineral substrates with epoxy resin paint to protect against chemical agents and to clean the space easily.
These seals are particularly suitable for covering floor surfaces with a minimum to medium exposure to stress. Similarly, old layers of flooring systems that show signs of wear can be reappeared to render their functionality and attractive appearance.
Concrete support layers left without coating or protection emit dust and absorb the liquids, forming ugly and mud-like surfaces impregnating on the footwear.

Benefits

These coatings have aesthetics or appearance benefits and help in the easy maintenance of the premises.
Protects against liquids, and dust emitted from abrasion of concrete floors.
Restoration of obsolete, worn or scratched floor systems that need a “refreshment”.

Recommended areas

Industry in general – storage areas;
Auto Domain – service, showrooms;
Trade – showrooms.

Terrazzo - Granite - Mosaic

Description

It is a flooring system that combines aesthetics with durability. Terrazzo is made from a mixture of polyurethane or epoxy mortar and marble or granite aggregates in a variety of infinite colors.
Terrazzo systems bring back the old Mosaic flooring. Terrazzo flooring systems meet the most demanding requirements and make it possible to create floorings that excel in aesthetics with exceptional mechanical and chemical performance.

Benefits

Depending on the chosen aggregates, Terrazzo can provide decorative, chemical, thermal and hygienic benefits with antimicrobial additives. This type of floor system can also be made in anti-static version.

Recommended areas

Terrazzo’s polyurethane solutions are specifically formulated for high-tech industries: process areas in chemical, biochemical and pharmaceutical industries where the severe chemical attack occurs;
For the commercial sector, solutions composed of marble aggregates, in a variety of infinite colors and with the possibility of realizing different models in the floor; Commercial buildings – malls; Hospitality – at the reception of hotels and restaurants.

For markings

Description

Marks are very important in any production area or sports ground. In the case of production areas, they delimit different areas, mark pedestrian alleyways, pedestrian crossings or mechanized traffic area. On the surfaces of sports, floors mark the terrains of various sports delimiting the playing areas.

Benefits

You can apply the required colors according to the norms or colors desired by the beneficiaries.

Recommended areas

Industry in general – production facilities; Sports and Fitness – Playgrounds.

Based on polyurethane or epoxy mortar

Description

Flooring system based on mineral aggregate mix and polymer modified cement with the possibility that the binder is a polyurethane or epoxy-based resin. These floors have excellent impact and wear resistances that are durable and resist very well in aggressive environments. The commissioning time is low, and can be put into use only 5 hours after application, making it ideal for renovations. They are easy to maintain and do not favor the development of microorganisms (bacteria). It does not contaminate, having low emissions of volatile organic compounds. These floor systems can be configured in different aesthetic profiles of the surface depending on the nature of the activity in the space in which it is intended to be applied. Depending on the texture variants, they can be crimped or anti-skid, depending on the hygiene standards and slippery liquids on the floor surface.

Benefits

Rapid application with a quick startup, tolerant to high humidity supports. The polyurethane or epoxy mortar offers the best benefits to mechanical shocks (dissipating the wave in the mass not allowing crack formation and propagation), to temperature shocks (extreme temperature variations), and the temperatures at which they resist are between -40 ° C and + 150 ° C. It is the system with the highest chemical resistance, being one of the few products resistant to lactic acid attacks. The systems meet the highest hygiene and cleaning requirements. These types of floor systems can also be made in antistatic or conductive versions.

Recommended areas

Industry in general – processing areas Agro – Food industry – industrial kitchens, cold rooms, meat processing areas, dairy processing areas, fish and hunting processing, manufacture of preservatives, beer factories, distilleries, wine and fruit processing, mineral water bottling Chemical and petrochemical industry – refining, galvanizing, retention sites, tank loading platforms, biodisel production, processing areas Pharmaceutical industry – grinding and mixing areas, washing platforms, cleaning rooms.

Multicolored

Description

This decorative flooring system is a colored epoxy resin solution with surface parts of different colors and sizes that allows different designs, inscriptions, logos or color mixes with different color resins to achieve a unique floor design in every room. The creative use of colors allows unlimited design possibilities.

Benefits

The spaces can be individually or artistically designed while offering the resistances of an epoxy resin flooring system.

Recommended areas

Residential areas – living rooms, bathrooms, bedrooms, kitchens; Commerce/Retail – commercial spaces, beauty salons, car showrooms; Hospitality – bars and restaurants, hotel reception area.

With chips

Description

The decorative flooring system with colored chips is made by the sprinkling of plastic flakes of various colors and color combinations on the base layer of the floor system, which is then covered with a layer of transparent epoxy resin lacquer to obtain a peppery visual effect and an individual decoration with a special aesthetic look. The flakes are rarely applied, so the visual effect is the color of the epoxy resin with chips, and can also be applied in excess, in which case the visual effect is given by the color of the chosen chips. The color of the resin and the combination of chips can be adapted to suit the tastes and requirements of each recipient. Chips are in different colors and can be combined with two or more colors, creating shades depending on the space aesthetics. Chips decorations can be applied to almost any type of flooring system on both the interior and exterior surfaces. This product offers a pleasant finish for residential, commercial and even public spaces.

Benefits

Decorative chips can be applied to almost any type of flooring system, benefiting the effect of chips.
The mosaic effect of the surface of the floor covering with decorative chips gives a special air to the space where it is applied, helping to the good mood of those who use that space.

Recommended areas

Residential areas – residential buildings, garages, terraces and platforms on the edge of pools; Public spaces – public buildings, terraces, access roads, under and overground parking; Industrial Domains – consumer goods factories, dairy processing plants, bakery, sweets production

With 3D photo tape

Description

The decorative flooring system with a picture or artwork is a high-quality decorative flooring. The system is made by incorporating a selected image in epoxy resin to give it traffic and abrasion resistance.
In this system, a photo tape can be included, which can contain any photo or painting made by printing (three-dimensional or simple pictures) that best fit in the recipient’s space. This is an innovative flooring system that puts stunning images on the floor, giving it a modern, sophisticated air and offering room elegance.

Benefits

An advantage of this system is to have a futuristic room where traditional carpet decoration is no longer required. This system offers high resistance to wear and abrasion, but also to ultraviolet rays, with a long life, combined with the material beauty itself.

Recommended areas

Residential areas – living rooms, bedrooms, kitchens or bathrooms; Commercial and public buildings – retail and fashion shops; Sports halls – fitness and health studios, sports and leisure centers; Hospitality – at the reception of hotels and in restaurants.

Decorative stone carpet

Description

The decorative stone carpet, also known as the gravel floor, is a floor finish made from countless small quartz pebbles that are embedded in an epoxy resin. The color, granule composition, and finish can be tailored to suit the tastes and requirements of each recipient. Flooring systems that incorporate natural stone or marble can be applied to both interior and exterior surfaces. This type of flooring is the ideal solution if you want to have a contemporary-style finish. It is also possible to combine multiple colors or to include logos, initials of names or any other drawing, creating a unique surface, offering an ideal finish for residential, commercial or even public spaces.

Benefits

Among the countless advantages of the natural stone rug, we can mention, for example, the structure of the layer, which contains numerous air-filled pores. Therefore, stepping on it with bare feet gives a feeling of warmth, as with a normal carpet. The wear resistance, on the other hand, is equal to that of a tile plate.

Recommended areas

Residential areas – terraces, pedestrian walkways, car access ways, courtyards and platforms on the edge of pools; Public spaces – terraces, pedestrian alleys in parks, poolside platforms, access ways.

Explosion proof / spark-proof

Description

These floor systems are applied in areas where the explosion of flammable materials is required to be prevented. The floor covering layer is antistatic and conductive, which prevents electrostatic charging of people in the area. Grounding Resistance Requirement for Flooring Layers <108 Ω.

Benefits

Avoid ignition hazards due to electrostatic charges in areas at risk of explosion.

Recommended areas

Petrochemistry/Chemistry – solvent deposits;
Ammunition production – factories and ammunition depots;
Units for production and management of flammable dust;
Production in general – deposits for flammable substances.

Quick-hardening

Description

Rapidity is a relative term. Generally speaking, when talking about a quick flooring, we refer to a period of two days or less.

Benefits

Fast installation to minimize production stop.

Recommended areas

Hospitality – entertainment venues, restaurants;
Commercial areas – sales areas;
Food production – processing areas with short stop times;

Self-leveling

Description

A self-leveling flooring system is rich in liquids, giving a pleasant appearance with an ultra-glossy surface. This type of flooring is preferred for reasons of protection and aesthetics.

Benefits

It has an elegant, glossy look;
Making a flat and smooth surface to strictly adhere to tolerances; Static good control is obtained.

Recommended areas

Pharmacy/Biotechnology – laboratories, clean rooms;
Aerospace industry – assembly areas;
Office Buildings/Building Management – data centers;
Technology – manufacture of electronics.

Antimicrobial

Description

Antimicrobial floor systems help block microorganisms such as bacteria, fungi and mold growth. Uninterrupted, monolithic continuous flooring systems are naturally bacteriostatic and fungistatic because there are no joints or welds where bacteria can develop. The continuous, uncoated structure makes the floor easier to clean, which supports the disinfection efforts. Some areas evaluate antimicrobial floor systems as part of infection control programs and efforts to control the development of harmful bacteria in their environment.

Benefits

Inhibition of growth of microbes and fungicides as part of the hygiene program;
Increasing the protection against harmful bacteria, where patients and staff are present, or in areas where food and beverages are produced;
Building a reputation as an organization that takes action against contamination;
The fulfillment of the sanitary-veterinary norms in force.

Recommended areas

Health – operating rooms, hospital salons, bathrooms, corridors;
Food and beverages – breweries, wineries, and dairies;
Hospitality – commercial kitchens;
Food industry – food processing areas;
Pharmacy/Biotechnology – research laboratories, vivariums, clean rooms;
Education/Teaching – locker rooms, bathrooms, hallways.

Resistant to dirt and easy to clean

Description

Easy-to-clean floors have properties that resist absorption of surface dirt and resist permanent discoloration by penetrating the dirt at the molecular level of the floor material. This occurs when their surfaces come into contact with liquids or dirt-like materials. Due to this quality of the floor, the cleaning process is less laborious. In addition, floors that do not have welds or joints will have no place to gather dirt, and therefore are easier to clean.

Benefits

Spend less time with floor cleaning, especially in areas with high traffic or high occupancy areas;
Keeping floors without dirt, to achieve infection control goals;
Avoiding premature floor wear caused by cleaning procedures;
Manageable workload for employees in charge of maintenance;
Save time and money for cleaning processes;
A permanently clean environment is provided.

Recommended areas

Health – hospitals, halls, operating rooms
Food and beverages – food processing plants, wineries, beer factories
Hospitality – restaurants, kitchens, bars, toilets, hallways, roof decks.

Ultraviolet resistant

Description

UV-resistant floors are designed to withstand ultraviolet rays (UV rays) from sunlight and artificial lighting. UV light can cause discoloration and degradation of floors, becoming fragile over time and decreasing their lifetime. UV-resistant flooring is used in both indoor and outdoor applications, including terraced roofs or roof car parks. UV-resistant floorings retain their appearance as they were at the time of application. Without UV protection, the floors exposed to UV light will destroy and break. This solution will prevent the need for repair and replacement.

Benefits

Maintaining the original floor color, particularly important in commercial applications (eg. retail, hospitality);
Non-degrading flooring under continuous UV exposure conditions.

Recommended areas

Hospitality – pool platforms, open-air bar terraces, lobbies and access ways;
Commerce/Retail – shopping areas;
Public domains – public spaces and outdoor public ways, zoos;
Health – helipads, pedestrian walkways, parking platforms on the roof of buildings, outdoor access ways, halls, and entrances.

With textured finish

Description

Textured flooring floors are designed to have a certain degree of roughness. There are two reasons for a textured finish: design and slip resistance.

Benefits

Creating a design or a sensing on palpation;
Textured surfaces have crests in depth;
They reflect the light differently and have an “orange peel” aspect.
A larger texture finish is beneficial, providing greater slip resistance in areas where there is grease, water, and leakage.

Recommended areas

Kitchens, processing areas, and public food industry areas – these are paramount examples regarding textured flooring;
Hospitality/Horeca – kitchens;
Commercial spaces – public spaces, retail spaces;
Industry in general – assembly areas

Soundproof

Description

A soundproofing floor system is designed from materials that absorb sound waves, cushion them, and are transmitted when heavy objects come into contact with its surface. Without special attention to the flooring, some floors will even amplify the small sounds, creating an unpleasant acoustic environment through echo. Noise can have a negative effect on our body. Research has shown that high levels of noise can aggravate the patient outcomes, the hospital staff, and healthcare institutions and hinder learning in schools. Acoustics is a serious consideration, especially in health and education environments. Synthetic resin floor systems can positively affect acoustics without sacrificing durability and functionality.

Benefits

Creating a comfortable environment for employees to work, for sick people to recover and for students to focus, especially in hospitals and schools;
Helps increase productivity by reducing distraction in work and study environments;
Noise can contribute to high blood pressure and other ailments; therefore, a sound absorbing floor creates a healthier environment for employees; Sound absorbing floor is also durable, and facilitates walking, providing an ergonomic benefit; Sound-absorbing floor systems can be used in many domains and areas, but are particularly important in areas where comfortable and quiet environments are essential.

Recommended areas

Health – hospital rooms and corridors;
Education – school and college corridors, classrooms, libraries;
Commerce – shop area;
In entertainment – theaters, cinemas, museums, exhibition halls.

Ergonomic

Description

Ergonomics is about comfort. An ergonomic flooring is elastic and provides flexibility under the feet. It offers much more comfort than many other hard surfaces such as concrete sanding or sandstone. The purpose of ergonomically designed floor systems is: comfort, physical health and productivity. Employees can not work at optimal levels when they suffer. This is why the ergonomic conditions of floor systems are seriously assessed by most employers. People who stand all day will confirm the value of ergonomic flooring. With these floors, the desired design elements can be produced, while offering a less rigid alternative.

Benefits

Provides a comfortable and pleasant to step environment;
Supporting or increasing employee productivity by providing a comfortable environment (by reducing foot conditions and fatigue);
Reduced noise due to the elasticity of the floor system.

Recommended areas

Health – hospital rooms and corridors;
Education – school and college halls, classrooms;
Retail space – shops and home areas;
Production – offices, hallways;
Hospitality – bars, halls.

Elastic

Description

They are polymeric floor systems designed for comfort, flexibility and design. You have often heard of the elasticity associated with vinyl, cork and rubber plates, and you will often find these types of surfaces in the medical and educational environment. Elastic floors are firm, but flexible and have the ability to return to their initial shape after pushing, have the ability to “jump back”, making them the preferred choice of health and education managers. Floors made of polyurethane molded in floor systems have lower elasticity than other materials, but offer a degree of flexibility that makes them feel at foot pressing, offering more comfort than many other hard surfaces.

Benefits

Preventing accidents by slipping and dropping causing physical and/or emotional trauma to employees or visitors;
Resistant and durable in the long run, providing an ergonomic leg comfort standard to keep your employees healthier and happier;
Absorption of noise in places like schools and public places.

Recommended areas

Retail spaces – shops, malls
Health – operating rooms, corridors, salons
Education – corridors, canteens, dressing rooms, libraries
Hospitality – pool areas, terraces
Public spaces – museums, arenas and stadiums.

ESD / Conductive

Description

Going on a floor, you can be charged electrostatically, and if there is a static charge, there is also electrostatic discharge. This can cause chaos in certain industries, can burn components that are produced in that area. ESD floors, also known as conductive floors, electrostatic or dissipative floors, provide superior static control, inhibiting static electricity from an individual or touching the sensitive equipment. Floated ESD polymer floor systems work more efficiently and better than other types of ESD flooring, such as PVC carpets or ceramic tiles. For floors, the rule provides an earthing resistance <109 Ω.

Benefits

Protect electronic components against electrostatic discharge;
Protecting the staff;
Better performance than plates that can delaminate under heavy traffic conditions;
Avoid replacing or repairing electronic equipment that breaks or deteriorates due to static electricity;
Creating a 100% effective static controlled environment along with ESD shoes.

Recommended areas

It is recommended in many branches of industry, where it is essential to control static electricity.
Recommended Industries:
Aerospace industry – assembly areas, clean rooms;
Pharmaceuticals/Biotechnology – in areas dedicated to research and development;
Automotive Industry – electronic production areas, chip making

Water resistant

Description

These floor systems are able to withstand up to a certain degree of water penetration. Water-resistant floors have properties that protect against water but they are not waterproof. These floors will probably survive a meeting with water, but will depend on the amount of water and how often the contact occurs.

Benefits

Mainly, protection against concrete corrosion in the substrate;
Protecting floors against deterioration and costly repairs on other types of flooring;
Protecting employees and visitors against the safety hazards caused by a wavy or cracked floor.

Recommended areas

Hospitality – restaurants, kitchens, bars, rooftop terraces;
Production of food and beverage goods – processing areas;
Education – bathrooms, changing rooms, laboratories;
Garages with parking places – for raking areas.

Waterproof

Description

Floor systems that have impermeable membrane structure are used in specific areas to protect concrete or some equipment. The membrane may be epoxy or polyurethane based. Certain areas need additional protection against water and moisture. Without this protection, repairs and replacement would be costly and impossible to manage.

Benefits

Protect critical areas under water sources (for example, computer server room under a mechanical room);
Surface protection against corrosive fluids as well as other harsh elements such as sun and salts;
Reduction of water absorption in concrete and, consequently, reduction of cracks and malfunctions;
Increasing the longevity of a structure;
Garage floors with bunked parking spaces, where oil leaks or other liquids from defective machines can drip onto the machine from a lower floor, affecting its paint.

Recommended areas

Commerce – parking areas; Office buildings – over-built parking structures, trafficable terraces; Garages with parking lots – parking lots; Residential buildings – the upper part of the blocks of flats, balconies and terraces.

Resistant to fire

Description

Fire-resistant floor systems reduce the spread of flames and smoke from a room in the event of a fire. These systems have properties that help with fire resistance and will not yield to their structure for a certain period of time. Almost all areas of industry must benefit from the execution of underfloor heating systems.

Benefits

Reducing the spread of flames and smoke throughout the unit or area;
Ensure increased protection of individuals and property during a fire incident;
Quiet mood about security against careless action (for example, throwing hot cigarettes).

Recommended areas

Pharmacy/Biotechnology – research facilities, laboratories;
Chemical/Petrochemical Industry – processing areas, packaging areas, refineries and much more;
Health – hospitals, operating rooms, corridors;
Education – canteens, dressing rooms, hallways, labs;
Office buildings – canteens, parking garages;
Commerce – public spaces, entertainment venues, competitions.

With a glossy look

Description

The more glossy a floor, the more light it reflects. An intense glossy floor will be brilliant and stylish. In some areas of the industry, a glossy flooring is preferred, for certain areas.

Benefits

A pleasant appearance is obtained;
Highlighting an area;

Recommended areas

Hospitality – hotels, bars, restaurants;
Industry – traffic color;
Aerospace industry – assembly areas.

With a smooth finishing

Description

Finishing is an important design element for the beneficiaries. The glossy or matte surface influences the look of any medium. A smooth flooring will give you a different look than a textured finish. Think about the light and the flow of light on a surface, and depending on this aspect, choose the floor finish. A smooth finish also has an influence on the cleaning process. A smooth or delicate flooring system can be recommended to get a particular look in a commercial environment or to help the cleaning and maintenance factor.

Benefits

Easier cleaning and maintenance; With the texture-free flooring system, the surfaces are flat and there are no joints where the dirt can be trapped;
A smooth look.

Recommended areas

Office buildings – halls, offices;
Health – lounges, lounges for patients;
Hospitality – halls, restaurants, bars;
Commercial spaces – sale area;
Pharmaceuticals/Biotechnology-laboratories, research and development equipment;
Technology – manufacture of electronics.

Resistant to wear

Description

When assessing flooring materials, wear resistance refers to the floor life, how it will behave to pedestrian traffic and mechanized traffic, to continuous surface use, to not continuously appear scratchings. Wear-resistant floors are specially designed to withstand heavy wear and heavy traffic. They are also resistant to dirt, and to routine cleaning.

Benefits

Keeping the attractive appearance of the flooring for many years without the need for repair or replacement.

Recommended areas

Industry in general – mechanized traffic areas.

Resistant to heavy traffic

Description

Flooring systems resistant to intense traffic will resist in agglomerated areas for many years with minimal maintenance.

Benefits

Minimizing the probability of interruption of activity in agglomerated areas due to the need to replace or repair the floor system; Keeping flooring in a good and functional condition, despite constant use.

Recommended areas

Hospitality/Horeca – entertainment places, restaurants, hotels;
Commerce in general/Commercial spaces – retail;
Health salons for – halls, patients, emergency rooms;
Production in general – food processing environments, traffic color.

Without emissions of volatile organic compounds

Description

Maintaining smell emissions to a minimum is an important concern when implementing any materials in industrial or commercial environments. When implementing a floor system, the smell emanating from the materials used must also be taken into account. During the execution of a flooring system, it is important that the materials have a “weak smell” to comply with the regulations in order to eliminate the effects on the personnel and to limit the interruption of the production flow. When a floor system is being run, it is imperative that the appliance takes all the necessary precautions, to know the materials, to use proper ventilation and equipment, regardless of the material

Benefits

Protecting the health of employees and visitors during execution;
Avoiding dizziness for employees due to chemical odors;
The advantage of being able to be done in areas where ventilation is not optimal;
Avoiding expensive breaks due to odors that can affect products, especially food.

Recommended areas

Office buildings – corporate environments;
Health – halls, lounges for patients, operating rooms;
Hospitality – restaurants, hotels;
Commercial spaces – public spaces;
Education – schools, and campuses; Food and beverage production – processing area.

Anti-skid or slip resistant

Description

Protecting the health of employees and visitors during execution;
Avoiding dizziness for employees due to chemical odors;
The advantage of being able to be done in areas where ventilation is not optimal;
Avoiding expensive breaks due to odors that can affect products, especially food.

Benefits

Prevention of slip and fall accidents that cause physical and/or emotional trauma to employees or visitors;
Prevention of financial loss (eg sick leave) related to the injured person’s medical expenses or the loss of the employee’s working time.

Recommended areas

Hospitality – kitchens of restaurants, restaurants, bars, hotels, swimming pools;
In stores – in groceries;
Health – hospitals, medical centers, laboratories;
Education – school halls and colleges, cafes, locker rooms, bathrooms;
Office buildings – canteens, garages;
Production in general – processing, packaging, sliding, storage; Meat processing – cutting areas.

Thermal insulating / thermal shock resistant

Description

Warm, cold and warm again. These floor systems are designed to withstand extreme temperatures and extreme temperature changes, resist thermal shocks and thermal cycles. Floors are often exposed to these extreme conditions due to the technological process and the cleaning of the equipment or the production area. Resistance to thermal shocks is essential for the longevity of a floor. Without this property, the floor will yield.

Benefits

Preventing floor cracking and detachment from the substrate that causes pits and grinding of the substrate;
Providing good working conditions for employees;
Maintaining the floors aesthetics.

Recommended areas

Industries using hot furnaces, cold stores or freezing chambers and bottling lines.
Areas recommended:
Food and beverages – bottling lines, food processing areas;
Hospitality/Horeca – commercial kitchens;
Pharmaceuticals/Biotechnology – vessel Washers.

Resistant to abrasion

Description

Floors from industrial and commercial environments must work and withstand the abrasive conditions. Resistance to abrasion is the ability of a surface to rise to wear caused by pedestrian and mechanized traffic. Over time, all layers of the system will suffer from scratching and scuffing of the surface. Some surfaces stay better than others against abrasion.

Benefits

Avoiding floor damage and scratches that make the floor less attractive, especially in commercial environments and public spaces.
Resistance to abrasion caused by heavy equipment and forklift trucks, especially in production areas.

Recommended areas

Production in general – various consumer goods factories, assembly areas, traffic areas;
Food and beverage production – slaughterhouses, meat processing halls, sausage factories, beer bottling, wine bottling, mineral water bottling, dairy processing units, bakery, sweets production;
Production of pharmaceutical products;
Biotechnology – processing and packaging areas, laboratories and vivariums;
Health – hospitals and clinics, halls, patient rooms, operating rooms;
Education – halls, cafes, classrooms;
Hospitality – restaurants, lobbies.

Resistant to chemicals and acids

Description

Chemical action can quickly destroy the floor. Chemical-resistant floor systems contain properties that protect these areas from spills, acid splashes, bases, solvents, and other corrosive elements. Chemicals are used in many industries. Protection against them is an important concern.

Benefits

Rapid destruction of floors and gaskets due to chemical attack costs companies time and money. Protection for their harsh environments is crucial to their success.
The main benefits include:
Extending the life of the floors and gaskets, saving time and money for replacing damaged materials;
Protecting the appearance of the floor against stains due to chemical attack;
Compliance with environmental and safety standards for reservoirs and isolated areas.

Recommended areas

Pharmacy/Biotechnology – laboratories;
Education – laboratories, kitchens;
Health – operating rooms, patient rooms;
Production in general – food processing environments;
Sewage/waste water – secondary securing, processing areas, settling basins and storage.

Resistant to impact or to mechanical shocks

Description

Impact-resistant floor systems are durable due to resistance to high-impact mechanical shocks resulting from the impact of other materials with the floor surface, whether they come from the production stream or the shoelaces on the shoe heels. These impacts will typically have the ability to drill and lower floor strength or shorten its life. Usually, a flooring system with impact resistance or to mechanical shocks is required in harsh environments.

Benefits

Avoiding drilling and cracking of the floor;
Attractive floor care, especially when visible in the area.

Recommended areas

Pharmacy/Biotechnology – laboratories;
Agro-food industry – food processing, milk processing, meat processing; Heavy industry – assembly areas, traffic color;
Hospitality/Horeca – kitchens;
Automotive/auto services – service spaces;
Distribution/Logistics – warehouses and distribution centers.

Resistant to compression

Description

When it comes to floors, compressive strength refers to the ability of a floor to withstand heavy loads and to withstand compression (the materials are pressed together). Compressive strength refers to the amount of load the floor can support and is usually referenced to a specific technical standard. Compressive strength is an essential part of the floor system and is very important in areas where heavy equipment, mobile equipment, and mechanized traffic on wheels are available.

Benefits

It resists to the pressing of the weight of equipment and heavy mechanized traffic.

Recommended areas

Recommended areas
Production in general – traffic color;
Automotive Industry – production areas;
Distribution/Logistics – warehouses.

Resistant to impact or to mechanical shocks

Description

Benefits

Avoiding drilling and cracking of the floor;
Attractive floor care, especially when visible in the area.

Recommended areas

Pharmacy/Biotechnology – laboratories;
Agro-food industry – food processing, milk processing, meat processing; Heavy industry – assembly areas, traffic color;
Hospitality/Horeca – kitchens;
Automotive/auto services – service spaces;
Distribution/Logistics – warehouses and distribution centers.