Epoxy Wall / Floor Coating
Epoxy flooring may not be something that you’ve heard of before but in its simplest definition, it is a flooring surface that is made up of multiple layers of epoxy that is applied to the floor to a depth of at least two millimetres. The difference between an epoxy floor and an epoxy floor coating lies in the depth of the epoxy. As stated, an epoxy floor must be at least two millimetres thick. Any epoxy floor that is less than two millimetres thick is best referred to as an epoxy floor coating.
Different Types Of Coatings
Science has given the world an increasingly diverse range of polymeric coatings that improve the performance and durability of concrete, steel and other industrial building materials. With an increased focus on sustainability, there has been a growing demand for high-quality industrial coatings that can be applied to prefabricated and custom-built structures.
Polymeric coatings are coatings or paint made with polymers that provide superior adherence and protection from corrosion. The polymeric coating process applies an elastomer or other polymeric material onto a supporting substrate. Examples of polymeric coatings include: Natural and synthetic rubber. Urethane.