A crucial tool for any designer is colour. Although grey is the most common colour we see specified for resin flooring projects, coloured options can be strategically employed to support EHS and improve site safety. Within a single site, segmenting zones, establishing walkways or safe spaces and even drawing attention to dangerous areas can all be accomplished by using contrasting colours. Don't be afraid to explore the rainbow!
For the majority of settings, epoxy resin flooring solutions are an ideal option. An anime hardener, fillers, pigments, and other additives are mixed with an epoxy resin base component to create a stable and adaptable flooring solution. Keep in mind that epoxy resins are rigid by nature, making them unsuitable for situations where a substrate might be exposed to extreme heat or temperature fluctuations.
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The Polygiene® is ingested by the bacteria and therefore disrupts the internal DNA of the gram-positive and gram-negative bacteria, destroying the cell wall.
As the bacteria decays it releases the Polygiene® back to the surface, which in turn works in conjunction to that which is already there at the surface.
This provides a high level of quality and ensures selection of a preferred functional and aesthetic solution can be made with complete confidence.
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As we offer a variety of resin flooring systems, the preparation requirements may differ and this can be indentified during the flooring specification process.
Self-levellers will bond effectively on their own, but a primer is still essential to seal the substrate. Otherwise air in the substrate may rise through the self-leveller and cause air bubbles.
A screed or mortar topping will need a primer to ensure a good bond with the substrate, the exception being some water-based polyurethane screeds, which can be applied to cementitious substrates (concrete or screed) without a primer.
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