What is Epoxy Floor Coating?
Where is Epoxy Flooring Installed
Simple to Clean and Seamless
Because epoxy is done by pouring, there are no seams, ridges, or joints, unlike tile floors or flooring made of other materials.
Since of this, epoxy flooring is naturally more hygienic than most other flooring solutions because it removes any cracks or crevices in which germs and/or dirt might hide.
Furthermore, an antimicrobial ingredient can be incorporated during the application process to further eradicate and prevent any impurities from staying on the floor after it has been cleaned.
This is especially useful in hospitals and food and pharmaceutical production companies.
The uniformly smooth surface of epoxy flooring also aids in the seamless movement of hospital gurneys from one location to another without causing unneeded additional discomfort to the patient.
Not only do epoxy floors perform better than nearly any other flooring material, but they also look way better than almost any other material. With a gleaming, seamless, and smooth look, as well as a number of color and pattern possibilities, it's no surprise that the popularity of these floor coatings is growing.
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