Why Epoxy Resin?

You might need to lay a new floor for your industrial premises, but not be sure what you want to use for the surface. One material that you might not have thought about using for the floor is epoxy screed.

Epoxy screed is a great way to provide a tough practical finish to any industrial flooring. The heavy duty finish has excellent abrasion resistance to give a long lasting surface that is suitable for use in any environment.

An epoxy screed floor offers many great benefits to all kinds of industrial premises, including:

  • Long lasting floor with a great guarantee
  • Good resistance to chemical spills
  • Quick setting
  • Seamless floor surface

The standard installation involves laying epoxy resin quartz aggregate screed mortar to a depth of 6mm. This will quickly cure to give a heavy duty floor finish that is suitable for areas that have heavy traffic and is unaffected by light chemical attacks.

Seemless Epoxy Screeds

An alternative for tougher environments is heavy duty floor screed laid to a depth of 6-9mm thick. This polyurethane-based floor screed provides excellent abrasion resistance and can also survive chemical attack and other types of physical damage.

Not only are these epoxy screed surfaces tough and long lasting, but we can give the screed any finish you need. This can be a smooth finished surface or anti-slip surfaces at the needed density.

For anybody that is interested in this process, we can provide samples of our work to show how good it can look. We even have some excellent testimonials from our happy customers, including large commercial organisations and SME’s. Please do not hesitate to contact us to discuss your tailored epoxy resin screeding solution.

No matter what kind of business premises you operate, we can provide you with a great flooring solution for your business. The tough surface means that it will look great for years to come, whether it is laid in a food factory or airport terminal.

Screeds are commonly found in the food and drink processing industries because they’re a seamless hygienic floor (so no bacteria growing in the floor joints), anti slip, and hard wearing. They’re also found in the chemical industries because of their excellent chemical resistant and anti-slip properties.

They have a high order of durability, resistance to abrasion, impact, chemical attack and penetration. They are able to meet the demands of heavy duty environments such as chemical processing, food processing/wet areas, brewing, dairy clean rooms, heavy duty traffic, plant vehicle areas, engineering processes and can withstand the rigours of pressure washing and steam cleaning.