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Using concrete, mosaic, and stone surfaces as the flooring material are very satisfactory in many applications and industrial conditions; but in places that require chemical resistance, surface integrity, sanitary requirements and impact or abrasion resistance of these kinds of floors are not very reliable, and that's why industrial resin flooring systems are better options. These industrial floors are designed based on a system of synthetic resins in which the industrial floor is cured through a chemical reaction. After the floor curing reaction, this industrial flooring becomes a solid polymer, and a hard and seamless surface is formed consequently. Resin-based industrial flooring is used in various places such as production halls, clean rooms, chemical and pharmaceutical warehouses, hospitals, parking lots, etc.
The choice of the appropriate type of resin industrial flooring depends on the industry in which the flooring is used, the working environment, the traffic on the surface, the temperature range of their application, and the type of the flooring substrate. 

Industrial Flooring with Heavy Traffic

Due to the characteristics of industrial resin flooring, their use in various industrial sectors is very common. Among the industries in which industrial flooring is commonly used are:
Food and beverage industry
Pharmaceutical and health industries
Manufacturing plants
Warehouses and logistic areas

Types of industrial flooring based on thickness and final surface

best flooring for high-traffic entryway:
Industrial flooring with very light traffic
Industrial flooring with light traffic
Heavy-use industrial flooring
Industrial flooring with very heavy use

General advantages of industrial resin flooring

Very high adhesion to industrial flooring
High chemical resistance of industrial flooring against a wide range of corrosive chemicals
non-permeable against liquids
Increased toughness, durability, elasticity and resistance to abrasion and impact 
Good air quality and elimination of dust produced due to the erosion of concrete
Easy to clean industrial floor surfaces
Higher resistance of industrial flooring against cracking
High strength in thin thicknesses which does not impose excessive load to the building
Fast and easy installation
Aesthetic appearance 
Integrated and no seams on the surface of industrial flooring