If you’re working in an industrial facility, you need a floor that’s going to put up with a lot of stress and damage. From heavy machinery to dropped objects and chemical spills, there are so many things that industrial floor coatings need to put up with. They are prone to cracks, holes and moisture problems, some of the many reasons why they need to be protected with a durable and long-lasting floor coating.
Industrial epoxy flooring is a heavy duty high-performance floor coating system that is designed to last for 10-20 years with proper care and maintenance. By contrast, lower-quality floors will often last as little as 3-5 years in an industrial facility before they need replacing, causing bottlenecks and setbacks down the line.
At Top Coat Epoxy, we specialize in fitting industrial epoxy flooring systems for many different clients, some of which are:
When operating in an industrial facility in Orlando, there’s a significant chance of a chemical spill or damage from heavy machinery. These can easily deteriorate the quality of your concrete flooring, jeopardise work safety and leave you in need of costly floor repairs and operations shut downs. If you don’t want to spend extra on getting a new concrete overlay, then concrete floor polishing is your best option. It has become increasingly popular among Orlando's industrial enterprises and commercial workplaces. It is an economic, long-lasting solution that requires minimum down time to install. Polished concrete will not only back the lustre and glow of your concrete floors, but also increase safety and minimize cleaning and maintenance costs.
At Top Coat Epoxy, our experts have the right knowledge and the best expertise to make your industrial concrete floors appear elegant and highly appealing. We work closely with our industrial clients to understand their needs and concerns and provide a floor that not only will look good, but also cover the needs of the industry serving.
Coving is an Epoxy mortar installed to the wall and floor junction to create a radius, which is seamlessly incorporated into the floor system that has been applied. This prevents bacteria from harboring in the wall and floor junction. Coves are generally rounded 45-degree angles which slope upwards, preventing a hard 90-degree angle where floor and wall meet.
Once installed, the Coving is coated with an impervious Epoxy, Polyurethane or Flake coating system.
Epoxy Coving can be used in any of the following Central Florida areas
The cost of coving is minimal; and when compared to the improvement health, safety, and cleaning efficiency implications, the investment is well worth the expense. It maximizes the ROI from the entire system. Required in facilities where health and safety is paramount, coving