We have many different epoxy resin flooring solutions for your needs and business. We work 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to ensure your business can stay operational during the works. If you need help, contact us and we will find the perfect flooring for you.
As reputable floor screed suppliers, Robex can apply a wide range of the best floor screed suitable for an internal or external floor. Our range of floor screed includes underfloor heating screed, liquid screed and cement screeds. If you require new underfloor heating systems contact us today.
We manufacture a range of high quality high-build epoxy flooring available in either an epoxy or polyurethane finish to cope with almost all service conditions. RXEP Hi-Build 500 epoxy resin has excellent chemical resistance and offers a high-performance, seamless coating. This type of epoxy resin is perfect to replace your old and worn-out concrete floor to increase durability.
Our epoxy floor is perfect for Warehousing, chemical processing plants, pharmaceutical production, printing houses, food processing plants, bakeries, dairies, abattoirs and breweries. Hi-Build 500 epoxy resin can also be applied as a safety non-slip finish with the addition of a suitable aggregate.
RXEP Liquid Floortile 3000 is self-smoothing epoxy flooring, applied typically @2-3mm, which has outstanding wear properties lasting 10-20 years.
Warehousing, pharmaceutical laboratories, bakeries, chemical plants, engineering workshops and generally anywhere where an extremely hard-wearing finish is required.
A two-pack, water-based epoxy flooring with excellent adhesion to concrete, wood and other surfaces, providing an attractive, hard-wearing dust-free finish. It is easily cleaned, resistant to light chemical attack, and prevents the growth of fungus or bacteria.
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Epoxy resin flooring can have a life expectancy in excess of 10 years when specified and installed correctly.
Life expectancy of an epoxy resin floor coating will depend on its applied thickness and use. Typically, two coats of epoxy resin should provide a film thickness of around 400-500 microns, roughly 5 times thicker than a normal floor paint.
Depending on the type of epoxy, solvent-based epoxies will have an odour. The available solvent-free systems have a very low odour.
Epoxy resin floor coatings would not be expected to crack when used in most service conditions.
Epoxy is the most well know resin flooring option and very often used in industrial, or hard working domestic, environments. It is a remarkably hard wearing, painted plastic coating which is the perfect covering choice for flooring warehousing, food production areas, factories, manufacturing plants, showrooms, reception areas, etc.
Applied in liquid form. they hardened up to result in an attractive, durable, scuff-resistant floor. Optional anti-slip properties can also be applied, making the flooring even more suitable for commercial environments and domestic use such as garages, where liquid slip-hazards may be a risk.
Epoxy resin floor coatings are attractive, solvent-free and have excellent chemical and abrasion resistance. They are extremely hard-earing and will provide a long-lasting, seamless glossy finish that is easy to keep clean and maintain.
Resin floor coating systems comprise of two elements; a base and hardener (also known as a catalyst) that are mixed together and applied in liquid form to a prepared floor.
Optimal performance requires that prior to coating, surfaces are scrubbed clean using diamond headed grinding machines to remove any weak, loose and/or friable laitance from the surface. This also provides a mechanical ‘key’ to which the resin coating adheres.
Epoxy floor drying time depends on air temperature: epoxies stop curing below about 5 degrees centigrade. The warmer the temperature the quicker the cure.
Usually, epoxies require twenty-four hours to cure, with the full cure taking place over 3-5 days. It is possible to accelerate the cure using a fast-cure additive.
In general terms epoxy resins are not UV stable however there are other products that can be used that resist UV.