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How Industrial Epoxy Flooring Can Be Used To Streamline Production

Updated: Oct 5

Flooring systems inside industrial facilities and warehouses play an important role, and not many people would imagine that a floor could make such a difference.

But if you really think about it, every aspect of production takes place on that floor, from transporting products on forklifts to protecting employees from slip and fall accidents.

If your industrial or warehouse floor is not in prime condition, it very well may have a detrimental effect on your bottom line. That is why it is imperative that you install an industrial epoxy flooring system at your workplace, so that production can flourish and workers can be kept safe.

Here are the top ways that industrial resin flooring can improve the efficiency of your production.

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Safety Yellow Line Striping For Your Industrial Flooring

Industrial epoxy flooring contractors can really improve the efficiency of your facility in many ways, but one of the most important things they can install in your workplace is safety yellow line striping.

If you’ve seen yellow line striping before, you know how effective it can be at sectioning off different areas within a facility.

For example, most epoxy flooring contractors will apply the yellow line striping around hazardous areas which can be tripping dangers, and also in areas where forklifts of other heavy machinery often frequent.

These bright yellow lines can make employees more aware of their surroundings, and make them more efficient in their daily activities. It also helps to protect workers from hazards that the workplace presents, making employee injuries less frequent, thus helping to keep the workplace as productive as possible.

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Epoxy Flooring Protects Against Corrosion

Concrete resurfacing has many benefits for industrial facilities, especially ones that work with a lot of potent chemicals.

This is one of the main reasons why we recommend industrial resinous floors be installed in industrial warehouses, because they often see many chemical spills, which over time can lead to extensive damage to their flooring system.

Luckily, chemical resistant epoxy flooring is available, and can be made to resist corrosive materials such as acetones and solvents.

Industrial flooring that is not epoxy resin can become damaged beyond repair if any of these materials should spill onto it, which can cause holes in the floor and can lead to trip and fall accidents or broken machinery.

As always, if your facility works with any materials that may be dangerous or corrosive in nature, it is best to discuss your flooring options with an epoxy flooring contractor, as they will be the most knowledgeable about which type of epoxy would be best for your facility.

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Seamless Floors Stop Bacteria Outbreaks

Industrial facilities are oftentimes used to store or produce food and beverage products, meaning the facility, including the floor, needs to be especially clean.

Even the smallest amount of bacteria, such as the deadly pathogen Listeria, can shut down a facility, and lead to huge profit losses. When storing foods, people sometimes don’t think of the floor as being a hot spot for bacteria growth, but since other flooring options can have cracks and crevices, bacteria thrive there.

This is why we always recommend a seamless resin flooring system for industrial facilities, especially ones that produce or store food products. The easiest way to avoid a bacterial outbreak is to install an epoxy floor system and to keep it as clean as possible.

Taking these preventative measures can help to ensure that your production does not get slowed or stopped by the presence of a bacterial outbreak.

Once again, it is important to discuss your facility requirements with an industrial epoxy installer, such as High Performance Systems. We are extremely knowledgeable when it comes to providing the proper epoxy flooring options for your facility, as we offer quality customer service on every project!


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