We make resin floors in various technologies, such as epoxy and polyurethane

We have extensive experience in the pouring of resin floors: epoxy, polyurethane. We work with different technologies.
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Types of resin floors that we make

We can satisfy any customer requests. In our offer there are polymer coatings for any task. Here are the types of resin floors that we can make: epoxy, polyurethane, hybrid, polyurethane-cement, methacrylic, anti-electrostatic.

Types of facilities where we work: garages, ramps, warehouses, productions, refrigerators, parkings.

We can make a resin floor of any color, and we can also make a mix of colors.

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About epoxy and polyurethane floors

Industrial resin floors (epoxy, polyurethane) are modern monolithic coatings that consist of two main components - resin and hardener. High availability, a large selection of compositions, optimal price-quality ratio and high quality of the finished coating - allows you to use epoxy floors for any objects. Compared to concrete, epoxy floors are more expensive, but during operation, epoxy floors do not require additional costs (repair is necessary). An especially advantageous solution is epoxy and polyurethane coatings for buildings with strong mechanical loads on the floor.

Epoxy and polyurethane compounds are the most commonly used polymer compounds for industrial floors. The question often arises, are there any differences between these coatings or are they completely interchangeable?

Indeed, there is a lot in common between epoxy and polyurethane coatings. Both contain a mixture of resin and hardener. Both form a surface resistant to various impacts. Both in one and in another coating, you can add a dye to obtain the desired color. However, there are quite significant differences, they are especially noticeable under extreme loads and during long-term operation. The polyurethane floor is more flexible. In practice, this means resistance to shock loads and stretching (such as the fall of large metal structures). On the other hand, the service life of a polyurethane floor is shorter compared to an epoxy floor. These are the two main differences that you should pay attention to when making a decision.

Resin floors
Resin floors

Epoxy floors, despite their lower resistance to strong impacts, are often chosen for warehouses and logistics centers with heavy traffic. Polyurethane coating is best suited where there is a risk of scratches or deformations. For example, in a multi-level parking lot, the polyurethane coating will tighten the cracking concrete floors. The use of polyurethane coating is recommended in rooms where the temperature drops significantly below zero Celsius, for example, in cold rooms. Epoxy resin does not withstand severe frosts without the addition of a plasticizer.

Both types of coatings are chemically resistant. However, epoxy and polyurethane resins behave differently when exposed to certain chemicals. For example, a polyurethane floor is more resistant to lactic acid, therefore, it is recommended to use polyurethane floors in enterprises producing dairy products. The epoxy floor turns yellow and cracks under constant exposure to lactic acid, while in the case of more aggressive sulfuric acid, epoxy floors are more resistant than polyurethane.

In terms of application, there are also significant differences between polyurethane floors and epoxy floors. The main one is ease of maintenance. Polyurethane resins require much more experience, and the risk of errors is higher when working with them. While working with epoxy floor does not require special training, the main thing is to follow the recommendations exactly.

Resin floors
Resin floors
Resin floors
Resin floors
Resin floors

When filling the floor in an industrial enterprise, you should carefully consider the choice of coating. Based on the specifics of production and the type of the object itself. For example, in a residential area it is better to use an epoxy floor.

Application:

  • garages of a higher standard;
  • production and storage facilities, in particular in the food and pharmaceutical sectors;
  • public, educational and health facilities;
  • salons, exhibitions, shopping facilities.

Advantages:

  • easy to keep clean;
  • any texture top coating;
  • protection against dust;
  • high chemical resistance;
  • rich colors.

Due to excellent performance properties, polymer floors (epoxy, polyurethane) have an attractive appearance. In order to obtain a strong and durable epoxy coating of high quality, it is necessary to strictly observe the execution technology, which consists of several stages:

  • surface preparation;
  • priming;
  • alignment;
  • pouring the finishing layer;
  • surface decoration.
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Cost of resin flooring

The total cost of the service consists of many factors, below we have listed the main components
Service Scope of work Cost, net
Making a resin floor up to 40 m2 up to 2727 €
40-150 m2 up to 58 € / m2
150-300 m2 up to 47.8 € / m2
300-500 m2 up to 40.9 € / m2
up to 500 m2 up to 37.5 € / m2

Services not included in the price:

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Catalog of safety barriers
We sell high-quality safety barriers for warehouses and garages
Protective post OS08
Protective post OS08
Pipe diameter 159 mm. Height 1200 mm. Wall thickness 3 mm. Leg dimensions 220x220x10 mm. Weight 24 kg.
Straight arched barrier OPP10
Straight arched barrier OPP10
Pipe diameter 76 mm. Length 1000 mm, height 600 mm. Wall thickness 3 mm. Leg dimensions 120x120x10 mm. Weight 16 kg.
Low barrier short OW01
Low barrier short OW01
Pipe diameter 76 mm. Length 400 mm, height 86 mm. Wall thickness 3 mm. Leg dimensions 150x75x10 mm. Weight 5 kg.
Low barrier short OW02
Low barrier short OW02
Pipe diameter 76 mm. Length 800 mm, height 86 mm. Wall thickness 3 mm. Leg dimensions 150x75x10 mm. Weight 7 kg.
Safety barriers are used to protect building structures from trucks and to protect and restrict the movement of workers. Barriers can be installed on many types of floors, such as industrial concrete floors, resin floors, polished concrete and others. Barriers can be installed both outdoors and indoors.