If your Yuba City business is industrial, you require flooring that is secure and strong. Many people figure that plain concrete is such a surface, but repeated shaking, heavy loads, sudden impacts, or caustic chemicals all cause significant stresses on a floor. This leads to flying chips, fissures, wear, and staining. By carefully studying the different demands placed on concrete by each industry, epoxy scientists designed coatings to protect floors from almost any challenge. As an experienced epoxy coating company in Yuba City, West Coast Epoxy is familiar with these solutions and has the necessary team to quickly treat new concrete, or to renovate and protect old concrete for industrial expectations.
Needs of Industrial Epoxy
Epoxy coatings provide the toughness required to preserve and protect concrete floors. Trowel grade epoxies provide a strengthening shield in between the underlying concrete and the tremors, frictions, and impacts that are a regular part of industrial operations. Epoxy coatings absorb a portion of these forces, acting as a safety net on top of your concrete.
Some industries require protection from chemical spills or vapors. Others need their floors to be impervious to oil and liquid absorption. Still others require essentially dust-free rooms, without cracks, or tiny holes in the floor that can cover contaminants. Epoxy coatings can solve all of these issues, based on the formulations employed in the topcoat. West Coast Epoxy has the solution to keep your floors clean and preserved from industrial operations.
Of utmost concern is the safety of workers and visitors to your industrial facility. Epoxy coatings provide the opportunity to make colored areas and lanes of traffic that distinctly mark out where materials, vehicles and people should and should not be on the production floor and in warehouses. Non-slip floors are a must for wet or oily environments and slopes become safer if coated with slip-resistant materials. Discuss your specifications for industrial floor coatings with West Coast Epoxy and they should provide the solutions and answers you want!
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