We manufacture a range of high-build epoxy floor coating available in either an epoxy or polyurethane finish to cope with almost all service conditions. RXEP Hi-Build 500 has excellent chemical resistance and offers a high-performance, seamless coating.
Warehousing, chemical processing plants, pharmaceutical production, printing houses, food processing plants, bakeries, dairies, abattoirs and breweries. Hi-Build 500 can also be applied as a safety non-slip finish with the addition of a suitable aggregate.
RXEP Liquid Floortile 3000 is a self-smoothing epoxy floor coating, 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 floor coating 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.
Epoxy resins are widely used in the manufacture of paints, adhesives, fibre re-enforced plastic, electrical insulation etc. Usually, in paint manufacture, the epoxy resin is supplied as a two-part mix and ‘cross-linked’ with another component this is usually referred to as the hardener.
In general terms epoxy resins are not UV stable however there are other products that can be used that resist UV.
This will depend on the 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 fats cure additive.