Resin Floor Coating

Resin flooring provides a long-lasting, high performance system for the most exacting situations. Choosing the correct system to meet the specific flooring usage is an important part of the selection process.

The following systems for the different floor types, forms the basis of the British Standard BS 8204-6.

(Light duty) Suitable for light foot traffic, and occasional rubber tyred vehicles.

(Medium duty) Suitable for regular foot traffic, frequent fork lift truck traffic, and occasional hard plastic- wheeled trolleys.

(Heavy duty) Suitable for constant fork lift truck traffic, hard plastic wheeled trolleys, and some impact.

(Very heavy duty) Suitable for severe heavily loaded traffic and impact.

In general terms these categories of flooring are listed in ascending order of durability.

Floor seal: Applied in two or more coats.Generally solvent or water borne.
Floor coating: Applied in two or more coats. Generally solvent free.
High build floor coating: Applied in two or more coats.Generally solvent free.
Flow applied flooring: Self-smoothing' and having a smooth surface.
Resin screed flooring: Heavily filled systems, incorporating a surface seal coat to minimize porosity.
Heavy duty flooring: Aggregate filled systems impervious throughout their thickness However the actual life in a particular installation will depend on the product used, the quality of the substrate, and the degree and severity of the usage conditions.

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