Factory flooring is often installed using either an epoxy or polyurethane resinous material. This is due to the different types of resin flooring which can provide a factory with a hard wearing and versatile floor solution. Factory flooring can have a high level of chemical resistance or non-slip properties. Resin flooring can also be food grade in instances where food and drink are involved. We install non-taint (or food-safe) resin flooring to food and drink factories throughout the UK and have been doing so for the past thirty years. We understand the need for a floor which is tough against the day to day use of a factory but has a fast turn around time. This is why we can also install resin factory flooring as a fast cure product. This Polyaspartic factory floor solution cuts the time where the floor cannot be used down to a few hours (in the right conditions). This is perfect for factories which have short shut down periods or are very busy.
Get in touch with us today and you can get a quote back for your factory floor, or an appointment for us to visit your factory within two working days. We are professional resin flooring contractors and take pride in the flooring projects we take on. Take a look at some of our resin flooring case studies for a look into the factories we have already installed our resin floors.
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As well as industrial areas which manufacture goods, there are also factories which are involved with the assembly of parts, processing and packaging of goods. As with manufacturing, these types of factories will need to have a floor which is heavy-duty against the constant day to day use.
Factory flooring also requires a level of slip resistance depending on what the factory does. Within a food and drink factory, there is a need for an easy to clean and sanitise the floor. There can also be a need for a ‘food safe’ or food grade resin system. These types of floor do not taint or spoil any food which is being processed/packaged.
Hygienic resin flooring can also mean that there is a level of chemical resistance in the resin so that cleaning chemicals used in sanitising do not affect the surface. We also install resin systems at different thickness levels, this may be needed if you are likely to steam clean when disinfecting a floor.
Other types of factories which benefit from a resin flooring system are those which package or store materials. This may be as a type of warehouse flooring system or as a packaging/processing plant. As there are many steps within the packaging/processing of materials and there can be a lot of machinery is involved, it is key to have the right floor supporting the busy areas.
Using resin line marking and different coloured resin is a great way to section off areas of production. Gangways, hatched areas, bay lines can all be created using resin line marking paint such as Monarcoat 700. Take a look at our colour chart to see some of the popular colours achieved using resin.
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We offer free technical advice on resin flooring. As well as quotations, product recommendations and free on site surveys.
To summarise, Monarch installs epoxy resin, polyurethane and fast-curing resin factory flooring throughout the UK. We have installed our hard wearing resin flooring in Leeds, Sheffield, Birmingham and across the Uk. There are so many different types of factories that it can be hard to choose the right resin system. This is why we offer free technical advice as well as site surveys so that we can help you to make the right choice.
Whether you are in need of a non-slip industrial coating or a hygienic food grade resin, we can help you find what suits your factories needs.
Get in touch with us using the contact form and a member of our technical team will get back to you within two working days. Make sure that you put as much detail as possible about the project. Or you can find other ways to get in touch by visiting our contact page.