Industrial floors to meet your specific needs
Industrial floors usually have very specific requirements and high demands, all depending on the use of the space. Industrial floors must be able to resist forces varying from high loads, heavy traffic, chemicals, liquids, heat to moisture, and usually a combination of these forces.
What to be aware of
When planning the construction of a new building or renovation of an existing building, choices need to be made. Your floor needs to meet specific requirements, but there will also be practical and design aspects to be considered. For example, production needs to continue during the renovation or issues with accessibility of the building arise.
Factors to consider when selecting your floor:
- Does the floor have to be resistant to very high or very low temperatures?
- Should the floor have anti-static (ESD) properties?
- Is a high hygiene factor important? What is the cleaning protocol?
- Does the floor have to withstand a high mechanical load?
Advantages of an EPI Industrial floor
- Seamless. Cleaning is easy.
- Maintenance-friendly. Your production will run undisturbed for years.
- High point load and increased crack bridging.
- Liquid-tight and resistant to grease and chemicals.
- Suitable for very high and very low temperatures.
- Can withstand the heavy load of machines and heavy traffic.
The way the space is being used will be the biggest deciding factor for what floor you need. What options are available?
- Non-slip finish
- Liquid density
- ESD, when the floor needs to be anti-static
- The degree of load determines how hard or resilient the floor should be.
- Cleanroom (Contribution to achieving Standard 1, 2 or 3 through smooth floor finish)
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