Epoxy Floor Coating

Epoxy coatings are durable coatings that can be used for a variety of purposes, ranging from solid adhesives to durable coating and paint for floors. Epoxy coatings are a polymer that is large monomers created by combining small monomers. A method called "curing" occurs when these two chemicals are mixed. This process can take anywhere from several minutes to several hours and transforms the liquid epoxy floor coating into an incredibly strong and durable material.

Basement Epoxy Flooring
Basement Epoxy Flooring|Epoxy Floor Paint

Commonly used for commercial and industrial flooring is floor coating of epoxy. Some epoxy features include excellent toughness, high bond strength and excellent chemical resistance. Another advantage of industrial epoxy coatings is their low chemical reactivity, which is important to the safety of concrete substrates. Most industrial sites, plants, and commercial buildings depend on epoxy floors to keep workers, machinery, and products in clean and safe conditions.

Some properties of Epoxy Flooring:

  • Bond strength
  • Abrasion Resistance
  • Compressive Strength
Insulation Epoxy Coating
Insulation Floor Coating

The epoxy's ease of application and thickness also depends on the solid material size. This is shown as a percentage at all times. In other words, epoxy with 100% solids means that after it cures you have 100% of the product on the floor. Epoxy flooring can be applied in a variety of ways, using different application methods that can include a wide range of additives and modifications to meet the requirements of manufacturing, commercial and institutional operations. From over a decade, Protexion has been a leading as a manufacturer and supplier of epoxy floor coating.

Epoxy Coating
Epoxy Coating


Advantages of Epoxy Flooring

  • Ideal for warehouses and industrial applications
  • Prevents new concrete floors from cracking and tearing
  • Quick and easy to apply, without the need for design, additional adhesive cutting or special tools or equipment
  • Provides a chemical-resistant layer for crop growth
  • Offers a robust surface that can endure heavy and regular traffic.
  • Can be consistent with products which can be built on new or old concrete, depending on the material.
  • Resists oil and water stains
  • Creates a shiny high-gloss surface that can increase the brightness of the interior areas significantly
  • Requires little or no substantial maintenance
Epoxy Flooring
Epoxy Flooring | Epoxy Floor Paint

Frequently Asked Questions of Epoxy Floor Paint


The good thing about epoxy floor coating is that even it requires low maintenance, it doesn't wear or damage easily unlike other types of flooring. Epoxy floors generally last 2 to 3 years, depending on the traffic on the floor.


Epoxy paint uses a chemical mix of two liquid components, epoxy resin and hardener, to create a tough, solvent-resistant finish that can be applied to floors, countertops and decks. Many types of epoxy are noted for their durability and can be used to seal concrete floors, steel and other industrial materials


Epoxy coatings are commonly used for commercial and industrial flooring. They are normally applied over concrete floors to provide a high-performance, smooth, and durable surface that can last many years and withstand heavy loads.


Epoxy coating uses a chemical mix of two liquid components, epoxy resin and hardener, to create a tough, solvent-resistant finish that can be applied to floors, countertops and decks. Many types of epoxy are noted for their durability and can be used to seal concrete floors, steel and other industrial materials.


Epoxy paint uses a chemical mix of two liquid components, epoxy resin and hardener, to create a tough, solvent-resistant finish that can be applied to floors, countertops and decks. Many types of epoxy are noted for their durability and can be used to seal concrete floors, steel and other industrial materials.


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