Types of epoxy floors
Epoxy varnish, epoxy paint
A floor coated with a varnish or paint made on the basis of epoxy grout is an ideally smooth surface that is easy to maintain. After casting the material, a concrete layer with approx. 0.1-0.2 mm thickness is formed, which is resistant to low mechanical and physical loads. If the floor cast during usage is worn, it is easy to correct the deformation by covering it with an additional epoxy layer. We use epoxy varnish and epoxy paint in ancillary and storage rooms, pumping stations and boiler plants. The colourless epoxy varnish "blends" with the surface and creates the visual effect of wet concrete. When covering the floor with epoxy paint, we use one of the colours of the colour chart at the customer's request.
Layer thickness 0,1-0,2 mm
Self-levelling epoxy grout
Rooms with increased physical and mechanical load require the installation of a proper floor covering in order to significantly extend its service life and maintain a representative appearance for a longer period of time. Self-levelling epoxy grout is a practical material we use for casting floors in garages and storage rooms, stairwells and industrial plants, as well as in catering establishments, beauty salons and institutions intended for large numbers of people. To make the floor as durable and secure as possible, we cast a thick layer of grout, on average 0.5-2 mm. If desired, interesting patterns can be created on the surface of the self-levelling grout when using paint, or to create an original texture roughness on the surface.
Layer thickness 0,5–2 mm
Self-levelling polyurethane grout
Polyurethane grout forms a moisture-resistant and elastic surface of 1.5-2 mm with excellent aesthetic properties, which makes it suitable for use as a decorative floor covering. The material has excellent adhesion properties and fits well with substrates such as plywood, concrete and asphalt, blending in and "playing along". The functional and performance features of polyurethane grout are identical to those of epoxy grout.
Layer thickness 1,5-2,5 mm
Bulk grouts with epoxy sand
We cast epoxy grouts with bulk material in medium-density and high-density premises. This is particularly the case for areas that are used in high humidity conditions, such as shared kitchens and canteens, stairwells and balconies, as well as in the catering industry. The method is characterised by fast installation (within one day) and fast hardening of 2-3 mm thick substrate. If we use an acrylic grout, then movements on the flooring can begin already on the same day.
Layer thickness 2–3 mm
Epoxy friction compounds with sand
In premises with high mechanical and physical loads, such as industrial plants, shared canteens and kitchens, large workshops, we add sand to an epoxy grout. Such a combination significantly increases the performance of the material and makes it durable, while a thorough layer of 3-4 mm allows the flooring to withstand the effects of chemicals and the pressure caused by the active movement of loaders. At the request of the customer, we can make the floor cast from friction compounds visually pleasing by adding the effect of roughness and using one of the colour chart shades. Thanks to this trick, we make distinct floors in the garages and ancillary premises of private houses, as well as on balconies, terraces and external staircases.
Layer thickness 3-4 mm
The use of different types of grainstone enable to create exclusive cast floors with a thickness of 6-18 mm. Decorative flooring fillers are durable, solid and presentable, which is why they are selected for reputable restaurants, car showrooms, fashion stores and trade halls. The presentable appearance of grainstone-cast floors also attracts owners of apartments and extra-urban houses. We create unique floor coverings in the style of natural stone in hallways, bathrooms and saunas, using them to design open and closed balconies, terraces and staircases.
Layer thickness 6-18 mm
Chemically resistant grout
A grout with increased resistance to chemicals is used for casting floors in rooms where acids, alkalis and other aggressive substances are used. Such cast floors have a thorough thickness of 6 to 9 mcm, can withstand heavy loads, and are easy to clean from dirt using various detergents. We recommend the use of a chemically resistant grout in the facilities of catering, metalworking and chemical industries.
Layer thickness 6 – 9 mm