Areas which may benefit from automotive resin flooring include garages and car workshop floors, MOT bay resin flooring, car showrooms and car manufacturing. Resin flooring has many applications within the automotive sector and is widely used due to its hard wearing nature.
Resin flooring in the automotive industry not only includes commercial garages, but it also includes the resin line marking which is often used. This is especially in instances such as MOT bay floor areas where certain resin floor hatching is needed for health and safety reasons. Resin line marking is also used for vehicle bays and to create gangways to separate car and pedestrian use. You can find out more on the requirements for bay marking through the .gov website here.
Slip resistant resin for workshop flooring may also be a reason why a resin flooring solution is used. An anti slip floor is installed to aid in the grip of not only the pedestrians but the tyres on the cars.
Within the automotive industry, there are many applications where a resin flooring system will be of benefit. All these areas will need specific properties from their resin flooring system. These properties could include the slip resistance of the floor, its chemical resistance or the floors finish.
We install car workshop flooring across the UK including Leicester, Newcastle and Sheffield. Our advanced automotive resin flooring systems include both epoxy resin and polyurethane products. We have a specialist system Monargrip which is used throughout the UK as a strong, anti-slip resin flooring system. We have worked for companies including Jaguar Land Rover, Peugeot Citroen and many many more. We are well known for providing professional resin flooring in workshops and commercial garages across the UK.
Images below are from a resin floor installed by us for Robins and Day in Leicester. Completed to a very high standard.
For health and safety standards high visibility demarcation and line marking are a key aspect of automotive flooring. It also can create pedestrian pathways in showrooms, create bays for vehicles and add hatching surrounding machines or areas which are to be kept clear.
This type of flooring can be found in car workshops as well as commercial garages. It can also be used on car parks to mark out the bays. You can find out more about our demarcation and line marking here.
MOT resin flooring includes creating safety markings for bays and installing an epoxy resin or polyurethane flooring system. Because our resin systems have excellent impact and abrasion resistance, an MOT bay installed with resin can create a much needed durable surface. This can be achieved as a matt and gloss as well as a silk finish in many colour variations. The added use of high visibility markings which we specialise in creates a safe MOT bay using resin.
As resin flooring offers a dust-free, hard wearing surface it is ideal in any industrial or manufacturing environment. Its durability means that it can withstand heavy machinery and forklift traffic. As well as this, it can withstand constant pedestrian traffic with gangways installed to section off areas in factories.
Furthermore, in instances when car production lines involve sensitive electrical equipment, a statically controlled resin system or conductive floor may need to be installed. You can find out more about industrial flooring here.
A seamless resin flooring system, or a decorative flake finish system can create a stunning floor to showcase cars. The resin flooring is durable and long-lasting so your showroom can withstand the moving of vehicles as well as being appealing.
Furthermore, it is not just the showroom floors which may benefit from a decorative resin floor. Waiting areas and reception areas can benefit by creating a space which is appealing as well as durable to high levels of pedestrian footfall. You can find out more about decorative resin flooring systems here.
Monarch offers an expert and highly skilled service as resin flooring contractors. We have over thirty years in this trade and make sure that we bring that skill to every resin flooring project. We are a leading resin flooring contractor and install our advanced automotive resin flooring systems throughout the UK. This includes car workshops and garages as well as more decorative floors for car showrooms. We also install both an outdoor and indoor solution for car parks. Learn more about car park flooring here.
Together with our flooring systems, we also provide the services needed for a complete flooring package. This includes industrial floor preparation, grinding down existing floors, resin screeds and resin coatings. We offer non slip solutions, floors with high levels of chemical resistance as well as resin line marking and much more.
Epoxy resin flooring systems are perfect in the application of automotive resin flooring needs. This includes car showroom floors, car workshop floors, MOT flooring, garages and car manufacturing sites as well as car parks.
Resin flooring comes in a range of colours, take a look at our colour chart page for more.
Our Monargrip epoxy resin floor system has been tailored to the automotive industry. It provides a multi-layer dense anti-slip floor which exhibits excellent wearing properties.
Monargrip has been widely used on Peugeot/Citroen, Volvo, Land Rover and other well known automotive brand dealerships.
An epoxy resin system can be installed to different levels of slip resistance depending on the needs of the client. Furthermore, the anti-slip resin floors create an environment which is health and safety conscious. For car workshop floors it is a key part of health and safety requirements that the floor is slip resistant.
There is a range of products which can be installed within the automotive industry. It’s vital to get the right product for the right environment which is why we offer free technical advice.
Please view our products page for more information about the different epoxy resin and polyurethane we install.
Monarcoat 700 is an epoxy resin line marking product. It is used in workshops and garages as a way of zoning out different areas according to their use. As well as this it can be used to surround MOT bays as per the VOSA guidelines. It can also be used as a way of clearly marking out walkways for vehicle and/or pedestrian traffic.
Monarcoat 700 comes in standard black, white and safety yellow colouring. You can find out more about this product by visiting the Monarcoat 700 page. You can also get in touch to find out more by giving us a call. Take a look at our contact page for more ways to get in touch.
There is a range of products that can be installed within the automotive industry. It’s vital to get the right product for the right environment which is why we offer free technical advice.
Get in touch for free technical advice and product recommendations.
To conclude, resin flooring is an essential part of the automotive flooring industry. Areas which may benefit from automotive resin flooring include garages and car workshops, MOT bay resin flooring, car showrooms and car manufacturing. Furthermore, demarcation and line marking installed with resin can help to clearly show areas of use within these settings.
Other instances where a resin floor may be installed is within car manufacturing. Small electrical components may give off a static charge which will need a conductive floor. We have a range of anti static flooring options which will deal with the excess static charge which may occur.
There are many benefits to automotive flooring. This includes more than just its durability and hard-wearing nature. As well as this, its versatility is a key factor. Elements such as chemical resistance and slip-resistance are aspects that you may need within your resin flooring.
Monarch is based in Sheffield, Dronfield, Yorkshire, North Yorkshire, Leicester and Lancashire. We install resin flooring throughout the UK and have 30 years experience in our trade. We also offer free technical advice and site surveys.
Furthermore, if you would like to get in touch with Monarch about automotive resin flooring you can use the contact form below. For more ways to get in touch, you can visit our contact page or visit us at our Dronfield office.