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Standard Epoxy Flooring: Standard epoxy is one of our most popular choices in factory floors. This is the basic, most common epoxy flooring style. Standard epoxy can be fully customized to suit your factory’s needs while providing a durable, long-lasting surface that can withstand all the damaging factors of a bustling factory. Whether you’re looking for a floor that can represent your company colors, a color-coded floor that can designate walking areas or restricted areas, or want a simple, neutral-color floor for your factory, standard epoxy can help.
Decorative Flake Epoxy Flooring: Decorative flake epoxy flooring is the perfect choice for your factory floor if you’re looking to add some slip-resistance to your space. These floors are made by layering acrylic chips over the epoxy base and finishing the floor with a clear epoxy topcoat. This topcoat is typically thin enough to allow the texture of the decorative flakes to push through, giving the floor additional skid-resistance. The acrylic chips come in a wide variety of colors, shapes, and sizes, ranging from 1/16 inches to 1 inch, and they can be broadcast from sparsely covering the floor to completely covering the floor.
Metallic Epoxy Flooring: Quality factory flooring doesn’t have to stop at the production floor. Your entranceway, office space, and lobby need a high-quality floor that conveys the professionalism that your potential clients and visitors need to see. Metallic epoxy flooring is the ideal floor for this purpose. With all the benefits of epoxy flooring, metallic epoxy brings a unique, beautiful look to any space! This epoxy style is created by adding metallic pigments to the epoxy mix. These pigments give the floor a shimmering look that can brighten and elevate the appearance of your factory. These floor coatings can create swirling patterns, designs that mimic scenes from nature like fiery lava and ocean water, and patterns that replicate high-end flooring materials like granite or marble.
No matter the needs of your factory, we have an epoxy flooring option that can help improve your factory!
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Epoxy Flooring vs. Polished Concrete
Both epoxy flooring and polished concrete are useful flooring systems that provide a wide range of benefits to factories. From their durability to their longevity, many of the benefits of these floors match, though there are some differences. Below, we’ll compare these exceptional factory flooring systems!
Durability: Both polished concrete and epoxy flooring offer exceptional durability. These floors can handle various impacts, abrasions, and high volumes of foot and vehicle traffic without sustaining substantial damage. They can also support heavy loads without buckling or denting.
Resistance: Epoxy flooring is inherently nonporous, and concrete polishing makes your concrete nonporous. This means that both floors can repel chemicals and water without the worry of staining or damage.
Longevity: The lifespans of epoxy flooring and polished concrete are strikingly similar. When properly installed and maintained, both of these flooring systems can last for 25 years or more.
Appearance: The appearance of these floors can be drastically different. Without staining or stenciling, polished concrete will remain the traditional gray color with a high-gloss finish. Epoxy flooring’s appearance can change drastically depending on the style and colors you choose for your epoxy floor. The finish of polished concrete is also typically more glossy than epoxy, with some exceptions.
Customization: With concrete polishing, you’re limited in the amount of customization that you can do. Your options are concrete stains, stenciling, or scoring patterns. Nonetheless, polished concrete is still highly customizable with the numerous colors now available to concrete stains. On the other hand, epoxy flooring is available in a limitless supply of colors, patterns, and textures. These floors can be customized to fit any design needs!
Maintenance: The maintenance of these two flooring systems is also remarkably similar. For both floors, daily sweeping or dust mopping, weekly wet mopping, spot mopping as needed, and a pH-neutral floor cleaner are recommended to ensure these floors last for as long as possible.
The main difference between epoxy flooring and polished concrete is appearance and customization. The choice mostly comes down to how you want your factory floor to look in the end.