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Epoxy Floor Paint System

The best system for long lasting floor paints

What are Epoxy floor paints?


Epoxy floor paints are a type of coating used to protect and enhance the appearance of concrete floors. Epoxy is a thermosetting polymer that, when mixed with a hardening agent, undergoes a chemical reaction to form a strong and durable bond. Epoxy coatings are commonly used in industrial, commercial, and residential settings for a variety of reasons:


Durability:

Epoxy floor paints create a tough and resilient surface that can withstand heavy foot traffic, vehicle traffic, chemicals, and abrasion.


Chemical Resistance:

Epoxy coatings are resistant to many chemicals, oils, and liquids, making them suitable for environments where spills and exposure to harsh substances are common.


Ease of Cleaning:

Epoxy floors are easy to clean and maintain due to their smooth, non-porous surface. Spills and stains can be wiped up without seeping into the flooring.


Aesthetics:

Epoxy floor paints come in a wide range of colors, styles, and finishes, allowing for customization and the creation of visually appealing spaces. They can also include decorative elements like metallic flakes or patterns.


Hygiene:

Epoxy coatings are often used in areas where cleanliness is crucial, such as hospitals, laboratories, and food processing facilities, because they can be made seamless and thus prevent the growth of bacteria, mold, and other contaminants.


Protection:

Epoxy coatings can help protect concrete floors from moisture, cracks, and wear and tear, potentially extending the lifespan of the underlying concrete.


Quick Installation:

Epoxy floor paints can be applied relatively quickly compared to other flooring options, which can reduce downtime during installation.


The application of epoxy floor paints typically involves several steps: surface preparation, mixing the epoxy components, application of the epoxy to the prepared surface, and allowing it to cure. Proper surface preparation is crucial to ensure a strong bond between the epoxy and the concrete. The curing process allows the epoxy to harden and develop its full strength and durability.


Epoxy floor paints are available in various formulations, each designed for specific purposes, such as high-traffic areas, decorative finishes, or industrial settings. It's important to choose the right type of epoxy for the intended use and to follow manufacturer guidelines for proper application and maintenance.


Application:

Priming [1]

Apply the Epoxy BS 2000 primer coat u sing an epoxy roller.


First coating layer [2]

Apply a first coat of Epoxy BS 3000 M / SG using an epoxy roller.

Additional: For an anti-slip effect, add Add 250 granules and mix thoroughly before application.


Second coating layer [3]

Apply a secodn coat of Epoxy BS 3000 M / SG using an epoxy roller.

Additional: For an anti-slip effect, add Add 250 granules and mix thoroughly before application.


Video:


Products used:

Remmers Epoxy BS2000 (Primer Coat)


Remmers Epoxy BS 3000 (Sealer Coat)



Remmers Add 250 (Anti Slip Beads)


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