INDUSTRIAL FLOORING SYSTEM
Flooring is the most important feature in any building to make it beautiful, practical and add a sense of personality. The floor is the finishing touch and the material most touched by the regular use of any building, structure, or home. Any building you set foot into, you come in contact with the floor. Beneath your feet, there is an entire system of layers and parts which go together to create this finished look.
Our flooring solutions meet the highest requirements for industrial floor systems (typically applied in the manufacturing industry, life science industry, warehouses, and parking garages) as well as decorative floor systems (typically applied in commercial, institutional and residential buildings).
TYPES OF INDUSTRIAL FLOOR SYSTEM
Concrete Floor With a Floor Hardener
A traditional technique for flooring in industrial facilities, however, doesn’t change the basic characteristics of concrete floors.
An increasingly popular solution but one that can suffer from uneven aggregate distribution, visible cracks, and colour variances between slabs if the concrete has not been laid with the purpose of being polished.
Industrial tiles have a high breaking strength and are able to withstand heavy loads well. The joints in a tiled floor can be vulnerable though and difficult to clean.
Available in a variety of different formulations to meet different needs. It can have a higher initial installation cost than alternative flooring materials but will usually last for longer and require less maintenance.