Epoxy with the performing team
Epoxy flooring with the execution team
You may not know exactly “what is epoxy flooring?”, but in its simplest definition, epoxy flooring consists of different layers of epoxy that are applied to the floor to a depth of at least two millimeters. One of the operational differences in epoxy flooring and flooring is the depth of epoxy for different uses and levels. As mentioned, epoxy flooring should be at least two millimeters thick. Any epoxy flooring that is less than two millimeters thick is better known as epoxy coating.
You may also know exactly “what is epoxy flooring?”. Epoxy flooring in this case refers to a system that consists of two main components, resins and hardeners. The resin and hardener are mixed together and applied to the surface, until they chemically react to form a rigid material with high resistance to degradation and very good bonding to its substrate. Epoxy flooring is so strong that it can be used even in the harshest conditions of industrial environments.
Epoxy flooring is known as resin flooring or polymer flooring in some articles and conversations.
Epoxy flooring is obtained from the combination of bisphenol A and polyamine hardener.