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Typical Flooring Package

Overview of this package

This flooring can be installed in a very short space of time so we can adapt to your shutdown time. Obviously, this depends on the size of the floor. However, if you inform us well in advance, we can fit to your requirements. Note that our touch-up kits are based on this package.For more information or a quote call us on 1800 033 444.

  • Removal/ treatment of existing flooring
  • Grinding
  • Patch of any cracks etc
  • Triple coat of 100% solids two pack epoxy
  • Non-slip profile as required
Key Benefits of Standard Flooring
  • Fast & No Hassle
  • Non-Tainting
  • Easy to clean & maintain
  • Chemical resistant
  • Solvent Free
  • Long Term Durability
  • Hygienic
We Can Also Add
  • UV resistance
  • Joint Sealing
  • Line Marking
Suitable Applications
  • Warehouses
  • Food Packaging
  • New Factories
  • Automotive Workshops
  • Dry Food Processing
  • Pharmaceuticals
Standard Colours
Standard Slip Ratings
  • Smooth – no slip rating – no non-slip media. Suitable for: decorative floors, flour mills (more about this here).
  • Light – equivalent to an R9-R10 slip rating – light non-slip media. Suitable for: dry ramps/ slopes, entry foyers, dry warehouses.
  • Medium – equivalent to an R10-R11 slip rating – slightly heavier non-slip media. Suitable for most food factories, kitchens.
  • Heavy – equivalent to R11 to R12 slip rating – very coarse non-slip media. Suitable for very wet areas, abattoirs etc.
  • Very heavy – equivalent to R13 slip rating. Very large amount of coarse non-slip media. Suitable for freezers, coolrooms or other dangerously slippery areas.


Do we have to take out all our equipment to re-do the floor?

No, although it needs to be noted that any equipment that blocks access to the floor will prevent us from giving an unbroken resin layer.

Is there any advantage of a trowelled floor over a standard floor?

We recommend trowelled floors where the floor needs to fall to a drain, or where the floor needs building up. See a comparison here (link to blog post)