Epoxy flooring is made of two, main components – resins and hardeners. The resin and hardener are mixed together to form a rigid material that is strong, long lasting and bonds extremely well to a variety of substrates. Epoxy floors have excellent chemical resistance and perform under the most demanding environments.
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While traditional epoxy systems are rigid and produce a hard, durable surface, Liquid Elements has developed a resilient version, Flex Epoxy. The benefits of resilient flooring are improved ergonomics, slip resistance, and acoustic dampening.
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Urethane floors (also known as polyurethane floors or PU for short) are resinous floors often used in industrial applications. Urethane floors are known for their ability to stand up to thermal shock and thermal cycling in addition to having excellent stain and organic resistance.
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