Epoxy Flooring

Designed for resurfacing eroded floors, Epoxy flooring creates a strong, dense surface at a fraction of the cost of slab replacement. Epoxy is a great way to enhance the functionality of your concrete flooring. It is great for aviation, food and beverage, commercial, institutional and manufacturing.
Epoxy Advantages

Low Maintenance

  • With its nonporous surface, Epoxy will not trap dirt and prevents concrete dusting.


  • The varied film thickness and finishes of Epoxy make it extremely versatile.


  • The surface is chemical resistant, making it an ideal concrete floor coating for manufacturing and industrial plants.


  • Epoxy improves brightness by 300%, making it safe to work in outlying safety zones.

Examples of Epoxy Flooring Uses
Food and Beverage Processing
The type of epoxy used in the food and beverage industry is a heavy duty, chemical resistant antimicrobial treated resin floor topping. It provides a durable and fine textured floor finish. It is ideal for wet processing zones such as food manufacturing and food preparation areas.

  • Benefits
    • Very high chemical resistance
    • Easy to clean and sterilize, minimal joints
    • Anti-slip surface
    • Heat resistant up to 250F
    • Steam cleanable
    • Non-tainting, non-dusting
    • High abrasion resistance
    • Withstands high mechanical stress
    • Low odor during application

The epoxy used in the aviation industry is a high performance coating designed for aircraft hangar floors. It is chemically resistant to hydraulic fluids and jet fuel, making it the ideal flooring option for aircraft hangars and aerospace industries.

  • Benefits
    • Chemically resistant to hydraulic fluids
    • Hard wearing
    • Abrasion resistant
    • Seamless and hygienic finish
    • Low maintenance
    • Slip resistant finish can be tailored to specific client requirements