Factory Flooring

Factory Flooring from RESPOL

  • RESPOL have years of experience designing, installing & maintaining a wide range of expert flooring systems for factory environments
  • What type of flooring is best for factory environments?
  • What flooring solutions do RESPOL offer for factory environments?

RESPOL is a leading contractor of both commercial and industrial flooring solutions that suit a wide variety of industries and applications. With years of experience and expertise within the flooring industry, we know what works, which is why our expert solutions are designed for maximum productivity, longevity and reliability.

What Type of Flooring is the Best For Factory Environments?

The question of which type of flooring is the best for factory environments is one with a broad range of different answers due to the varied kinds of factories in operation. Whilst industries such as the manufacturing, food and beverage and pharmaceutical sectors all require a factory environment, they all have additional flooring requirements. For example, the food and beverage industry may require anti-slip flooring due to the increased risk of spillages; this may be the same in the chemical manufacturing industry. Both of these industries, as well as the pharmaceutical sector, will require a flooring solution that meets all of the stringent hygiene and safety requirements. Whereas manufacturing factories may look more at durability when choosing their floors due to the heavy machinery and traffic. Therefore, it is crucial to find a suitable flooring solution that can also be adapted to be better suited to all of these different factory environments.

Typically the most universally favoured flooring solution for factory environments is epoxy resin flooring, most likely due to its versatility and adaptability to a wide range of industries and applications. This is because epoxy flooring can withstand heavy traffic, machinery, and potential spillages that factory environments can experience. Due to its robust chemical composition, epoxy flooring also doesn’t require as much maintenance as other flooring solutions. Epoxy is basically a very strong adhesive, meaning it’s the best material to bind together resins to create a sturdy floor coating. When you combine these two substances, you form a polyepoxide which are reactive prepolymers and polymers that contain the epoxide groups used to create the flooring system. The most significant advantage of opting for an epoxy resin flooring system for your factory is that epoxy resins can be combined with a co-reactant to enhance the surface of your flooring to make it more suitable for your industry and application. These co-reactants include anti-static, anti-slip features, as well as chemical, impact or heat resistant. This makes it a flexible solution to suit a range of different factory operations.

RESPOL’s Factory Flooring Solutions:

RESPOL has a range of epoxy resin flooring solutions that guarantee reliability and long-lasting performance. Our team of experts are also available to design, install and maintain your ideal factory flooring solution. Additional flooring features are also available to suit potentially more specialised factory needs, such as anti-static, low-slip, and chemical-resistant solutions, depending on the industry you’re operating in. Alongside this, more decorative flooring finishes are also available, including MMA systems, coloured aggregates and health and safety floor markings. Again, these are entirely customisable to your industry and application to ensure that your flooring solution suits the type of factory you are operating in.

To enquire about RESPOL’s professional factory flooring solutions, or to find out more, get in touch for a free, no-obligation survey. Call us on 01952 740400 or contact us here.

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