Manufacturing Epoxy Flooring

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27,000 square feet of Manufacturing Epoxy Floor

Epoxy flooring for manufacturing can mean many things. A production area may require an epoxy coating to create a clean, neat, and dust-free work area. The warehouse would typically require a grind and seal flooring system to eliminate any dust on the finished product. The loading dock would need a heavy-duty epoxy mortar system to withstand the constant heavy loads and general wear and tear. 

All of those decisions including chemical resistance and local ordinance requirements for egress and OSHA color coding are what make a manufacturing epoxy floor contractor so beneficial.

Why Experience Matters Where Manufacturing Epoxy Flooring is Concerned

An experienced epoxy floor contractor can help determine what is the best epoxy flooring system for your purposes. It is more than simply what color or texture, for instance, how much traffic will this floor be exposed to? What type of traffic; foot, cart, or forklift? Are there chemical resistance concerns to be addressed? Will we have a battery charging station requiring novolac resins to resist sulphuric? Is filling control joints a worthy expense for your facility? The list goes on but suffices to say hiring the right epoxy flooring company can save you not only money but headaches.

Beyond the previously mentioned concerns, they can help you understand the strengths and weaknesses of each epoxy flooring system. Additionally, the contractor can help explain the benefits of treating joints and if they bring enough value in your circumstance to warrant paying more.

In short, the right epoxy floor contractor can help you not only achieve your goals but more often than not exceed your expectations.

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Starting Point

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Pre patched Floor

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After Grinding

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Finished Epoxy Floor