industrial resin flooring

Resin Flooring Leeds

what is industrial resin flooring?

Generally speaking, epoxy or polyurethane resins are one of the strongest materials you can use as an industrial floor surface. Like concrete, it gives the user a floor which is tough against constant use. However, as you may already have found out concrete does have its disadvantages. This is especially when it is facing years of movement and constant use which it cannot keep up with. Monarch installs resin flooring throughout England which can give you a tougher surface which lasts longer and comes in many different systems to suit the industrial sector. 


One of the ways in which resin can be a benefit to your industrial floor is options that it gives you. For example, if you are working with oils or other liquids, having a resin floor which has anti-slip properties can be a great way to improve the grip of your floor. Another resin system which may benefit your needs is those which are anti-static. In summary, these floors are conducive to help to stop the build-up of static charge, this is mainly for factories which involve small electrical components.


Monarch travel around Derbyshire, Midlands etc visiting industrial sites which are in need of a new floor. We offer no-obligation quotes as well as free technical advice so that you can make the right choice of flooring for your unique needs. We have installed floors in Halifax, Manchester, Barnsley and Hull to name a few and always maintain our professional standards of work. Take a look at our contact page for ways to get in touch with us or continue reading to find out more about the resin we install and examples of our work. 

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advantages of using resin

specialist resin systems

Floors with added slip resistance can aid in the health and safety of an industrial setting. This is the result of adding grip to the floor to help reduce potential hazards. Industrial resin flooring which has added grip is crucial when it comes to the safety of workers. 


We specialise in creating non-slip factory flooring systems which have this added grip so that these health and safety concerns are lowered. Non-slip industrial flooring can be installed at different levels of grip, consult a member of our technical team for advice using our contact page

Health and safety is a key part of any factory, therefore we are experts in the installation of gangway markings, hatched areas and lettering/numbered markings on floors through the process of resin line marking.


Gangway markings can ensure that there are clear areas for pedestrian or vehicle traffic only. Hatched areas create sections which are to be kept clear of any materials/debris. Added numbers or wording to a floor can increase a factories organisation and productivity by sectioning out where products should be stored.

In large areas where a factory flooring system has become worn or damaged a more cost-effective solution may be to replace/repair a small area of the floor.


We specialise in resin floor repair, we can repair the damage to your industrial factory floor and then recoat it with a strong resin material. 


This can be achieved through industrial floor preparation which can involve resin floor repairs, priming of floors etc

Particularly in food and drink production, an easy to clean floor is a basic need. This is so that the floor can be sanitised correctly and thoroughly. A hygienic resin floor is dust-free and steam cleanable up to a certain degree.


As well as this, a resin floor can withstand high and low temperatures and chemical resistance.


We install food grade resin flooring for factories which handle and process food and drink. Take a look at the dedicated food grade resin flooring page here.

specialist resin products

Monarcoat 720 is one of our most versatile resin products. It is widely used as a heavy-duty floor coating for the industrial sector. As well as being used in factories and manufacturing, it is also widely used to mark gangways in many industrial settings. It can also  have anti-slip properties when a specialist aggregate is added during installation

Monarcoat 700 is an epoxy resin line marking paint well suited to the industrial sector. It is widely used to mark gangways for pedestrian and vehicle use. It is also used to show areas of specific use using lettering or symbols on the floor. Line marking paint helps in the health and safety aspect of the floor by separating out machinery and workers.  

resin line marking

Monargrip is an epoxy resin flooring system that presents excellent levels of slip resistance in the wettest of areas. This can include factory gangways, food factories, wet rooms, laundries or any areas where high levels of slip resistance are needed. The product is based on a blend of epoxy resins and quartz aggregates, and is available in a wide range of colour choices and slip resistance grades.

Monarflow is ideal for use in the manufacturing industry and is specified for use where a hard wearing, dust-free, seamless, easy clean floor surface is required.

This product is a self-smoothing floor coating which creates a floor which is durable in settings which need to combat the effects of both pedestrian and vehicle traffic. It is chemically resistant so that production areas which may use harsh chemicals if spilt would not damage the floor. Subsequently, the floor will not become uneven which can create further health and safety hazards. However, this does not apply to every chemical so it is important to discuss before installation. 


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These are the standard colours which you can find most of our resin products. Go to our full colour chart for more. We can also manufacture resin products in RAL and British Standard colours. Take a look at the RAL Colour Chart for the full range of colours as a guide. If you have a particular colour in mind we can best match it to this chart. For example,if you wanted to match to a particular paint colour or tile which you have seen. Please note that the brightness of your screen can slightly alter the colour.

industrial resin flooring contractor

As industrial resin flooring contractors we have over 30 years of experience. We install a wide range of industrial flooring solutions through the UK. This includes anti slip, food grade and anti static.


We have installed industrial resin flooring solutions to a huge range of manufacturing companies across the UK. We work had to make sure that every floor which we install is specific to that clients needs. We can create a bespoke floor to suit a companies individual needs


It does not matter whether you manufacture chemicals, are a food production factory or have large warehouse for product storage. We can help you decide which resin system would work the best within your industry. Also, we try and make as little disturbance as possible to a factories process. This is why we work with companies to find the ideal time to complete the works and offer fast curing resin for even quicker results. 

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Get In touch

Get in touch for free technical advice, product recommendation or to book in a site survey.

Having the right industrial flooring system can really make a big difference to image and productivity in an industrial setting. Before you make a decision it is a good idea to look over all the reasons why resin might be the right choice. We have lots of pages which show just how versatile resin and its different types are. Compared to other types of floor you might see in an industrial setting, a resin system is certainly a great option to consider. Therefore, it is vital to go through all the features you need from your floor with your flooring contractor. 


Finally, Monarch are resin flooring specialists based in Sheffield, Dronfield, South Yorkshire, North Yorkshire, Lancashire, Greater Manchester and Halifax.


We install resin floors across the UK and have 30 years experience in our trade. We also offer free technical advice and site visits with no obligation so that you can make the right choice.

Furthermore, there are many ways in which you can get in touch with Monarch. In addition to the contact form below. You can visit our contact page for more ways to get in touch or visit us at our Dronfield office.

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