Resin flooring is suitable for all types of automotive environments, from workshops to high end showrooms, and demanding production lines. The hard, seamless surface achieved with resin coatings means that oil and chemical spillages are easily cleaned. These high standards of cleanliness are not possible when operating on a bare concrete, or painted floor. Resin floor systems can help conform to Health and Safety regulations and provide an attractive, durable surface for people to work on safely. Resin flooring has chemical resistance, which provides a sealed surface resistant to oils, lubricants, break fluids, and hydraulic oils.
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Resin floors offer safety, strength, and resistance underfoot, combined with the ability to improve workflow and increase productivity. The flooring is suitable for automotive wearing and is resistant to chemical attack.
- Good life expectancy.
- High levels of scratch and abrasion resistance.
- Suitable for most forms of traffic.
- High level of impact resistance
- Spills and leakages can easily be identified
Type of Flooring
Polyurethane systems and epoxy resins are available as decorative finishes (dependent on certain environments) with anti-slip properties and enhanced chemical resistance in the event of possible spillages and contamination from acidic and invasive liquids or chemicals.
What is included
RCS provide a project management team that will be with you from start to finish to ensure all your agreed requirements are met. All of our workforce are employed directly by us and are vetted to ensure they have the skills to match our commitment to satisfying our clients.
At RCS we have over 30 years’ experience in the Industrial Flooring Sector. We pride ourselves on our ability to provide competitive pricing, high quality products and exceptional service.
We customise flooring solutions to meet the Specification, budget and timescales required by our clients.
We work to strict Health and Safety codes to comply with CHAS (Contractors Health and Safety) and current HSE requirements.