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Resin floors are applied as coatings (from up to 150 - 1000 microns) as resin 'flows' or as thick screeds (3mm - in excess of 6mm) The range of colours and appearances are varied and these can include flake effects, quartz appearance, smooth 'glass like' flows, marble effects and matt finishes.
Anglia Resin Floors has a large portfolio of work with prestigious end -users. (click here to view examples)
We have installed resin floors for over 25 years and they represent the largest section of our business. Resin floors are increasing in popularity - they are both extremely durable and attractive in appearance. We install these floors in a range of environments and the chosen floor reflects demands ranging from simple cleaning, hygiene and wear, to more technical requirements such as slip-resistance and static-dissipation (Aerospace Clean Room - header photo) We also install numerous floors where the brief is simply to have a 'designer' floor covering, with the emphasis upon having a purely decorative, modern and industrial appearance.
Resin floors are categorised into 8 different types according to their characteristics (such as thickness and method of application). There are two main types of resin floor: EPOXY or POLYURETHANE.
Epoxy Resin Floors
Epoxy resin floors are used in an almost limitless range of environments: warehouses, factories, schools, kitchens, garages, in storage areas and in homes. They can be installed in hazardous and potentially volatile/explosive environments.
Polyurethane floors are manufactured for the most demanding industrial and commercial environments. These include the areospace and food production industries, where performance is the driving factor in a particular floor being specified. This is often due to the presence of highly aggresive acids and alkalis.