When your Dixon business is industrial, you want concrete that is safe and long-lasting. Many people believe that plain concrete is such a surface, but repeated tremors, big loads, sudden impacts, or caustic chemicals all lead to real stresses on a floor. This leads to chips, crevices, furrows, and stains. By carefully studying the different forces placed on concrete by each industry, epoxy scientists designed coatings that protect floors from almost any challenge. As an experienced epoxy coating business in Dixon, West Coast Epoxy is familiar with these materials and has the required team to quickly treat new concrete, or to renovate and protect old concrete for industrial specifications.
What Industrial Epoxy Needs
Adding durability is the most important specification for industrial level flooring. Such treatment requires the thickest applications of epoxy coatings. This often means trowel grade epoxies that are made to be extra durable. The advantage of this material is that it better endures surface forces and strengthens the uppermost layer of concrete with tightly interconnected polymers that perform as a safety net to protect and preserve your building’s floor.
Chemical protection is another consideration, depending on the form of industry. By adjusting the ingredients of an epoxy mix, coatings are made that stand the harshest bases or acids. Other formulas protect against solvents or oils. Explain your concern and West Coast Epoxy has an industrial solution!
Of foremost concern is the safety of employees and visitors to your industrial factory. Epoxy coatings offer the opportunity to create colored zones and lanes of traffic that distinctly mark out where vehicles, people, and materials should and should not be on the production floor and in warehouses. Non-slip surfaces are a must for oily or wet environments and slopes become safer if covered with rough materials. Discuss your requirements for industrial floor coatings with West Coast Epoxy and we will provide the solutions you want!
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