Do you work with chemicals or acids? If so, we can install a coating which has resistance to chemicals to protect and maintain your floors.

Not all chemicals are the same though – so talk to us about a tailored floor coating to suit your sector. For our clients working in aviation, we’ll install a surface that can’t be damaged by Skydrol – a well-known hydraulic fluid.

The problem with unprotected concrete floors is that they can deteriorate quite quickly when they’re exposed to heavy and even light everyday chemicals. Once floors are damaged they can become unhygienic, unsightly and unsafe.

There are three main types of resin flooring – Epoxy, Polyurethane and Polymethyl Methacrylate – aka PMMA – and they all exhibit very good resistance to chemicals, food and drink ingredients such as acids, oils, sugars; and cleaning products. These resin floors are hard-wearing and will last a long time. They’re easy to clean and keep clean, hygienic and come in all sorts of colour and style choices.

Chemical Resistance Resin Flooring work being done image
Chemical Resistance Resin Flooring photo