When Toughness is a Demand
Trowel grade epoxy is the maximal concrete coating for thickness and longevity! For heavy-duty workshops, industrial properties, chemical plants, and factories, trowel grade epoxies are best. They handle additional loads, caustics, and traffic. If your concrete deals with a lot of punishment, it requires a trowel grade epoxy covering.
One caveat about trowel grade epoxy is that since it is thicker, more curing time is usually needed. There are also ideal temperatures for laying trowel grade flooring. Above seventy degrees Fahrenheit, F, the epoxy will solidify in 8-12 hours time and the protective clear coat that goes on top should cure in the same amount of time. At that time, it is okay to walk on the epoxied coats, but the final cure requires seven days. Under seventy degrees Fahrenheit, F it takes additional time for successful curing and if the temperature drops below 55 degrees Fahrenheit, F, the thickness of a trowel grade epoxy coating really should not be tried. Thus, this is definitely a late spring, summer, or early fall job.
Trowel grade demands significant skill and experience to lay down correctly. West Coast Epoxy has the teams and equipment essential to match the specifications of any commercial or industrial building. For details about the application of trowel grade floor epoxies, talk to us online or by ringing 916-531-1874 in Woodland.
Request a Free Quote