Industrial Epoxy Flooring
When your Clayton company is industrial, you want concrete that is secure and strong. Many people think that common concrete is such a surface, but repeated vibrations, large loads, sudden impacts or caustic chemicals all create real stresses on a floor. This leads to flying concrete chunks, crevices, dust, and stains. After careful consideration of the different stresses placed on concrete by each industry, epoxy scientists created coatings to protect floors from almost any challenge. As an experienced epoxy coating business in Clayton, West Coast Epoxy is familiar with these solutions and has the required team to quickly treat new concrete or to renovate and protect old concrete for industrial specifications.
What Industrial Epoxy Needs
Additional toughness is the first specification for industrial level flooring. Such treatment requires the thickest application of epoxy coatings. This likely leads to trowel grade epoxies that are installed to be extra durable. The advantage of such material is that it better withstands surface stressors and strengthens the top layer of concrete with closely interconnected polymers that perform as a shield to protect the building’s floor.
Chemical protection is another consideration, based on the form of industry. By adjusting the components of an epoxy mix, coatings are made that stand the harshest bases or acids. Other formulations protect against oils or solvents. Describe your concern and West Coast Epoxy has an industrial solution!
Of paramount concern is the safety of workers and visitors to your industrial work area. Epoxy coatings provide the opportunity to create colored zones and lanes of traffic that clearly mark out where vehicles, materials and people should and should not be on the work floor and in warehouses. Non-slip surfaces are a must for oily or wet areas and inclines become safer if epoxy coated with textured materials. Discuss your requirements for industrial floor coatings with West Coast Epoxy and they will provide the solutions you want!
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