Advantages of epoxy flooring
Heavy pressure and super wear resistance
Antistatic dustproof and easy to clean
Water resistance and corrosion resistance
Vapor-resistant and non-permeability
Strong and impact resistant
Short construction period
Epoxy, also known as artificial resin, synthetic resin, resin glue, and the like. It is an important type of thermosetting plastic widely used in adhesives, coatings and other applications. Synthetic resins (epoxy/epoxy/polyepoxide) are thermoset epoxide polymers.
Epoxy resin is most commonly used in printed circuit boards, various electronic devices, integrated circuit packaging materials, FRP products, water towers, yachts and other composite materials. It is also widely used in coatings and adhesives, civil construction structures are reinforced, and can be combined with carbon fiber or The use of glass fiber as a reinforcing material with extremely high tensile strength is widely used. Because the epoxy resin itself is brittle to ultraviolet light, the surface is usually filled with a PU or UP coating to protect its epoxy layer.
The epoxy resin floor is made by using a main agent (epoxy resin) and a hardener (amine-based resin) in a certain proportion, and is laid on the cement floor before being hardened. After cross-linking hardening, a three-dimensional space is formed. The mesh structure, like the commonly known AB glue, imparts special physical properties, mechanical properties and chemical resistance to the floor.
Because epoxy resin is also suitable for the painting of the site, all kinds of electronic technology factories, pharmaceutical factories, food factories, hospitals and other clean rooms and schools, libraries, playgrounds, factories, warehouses, hypermarkets, parking lots, lanes and Light and heavy industrial workplaces are suitable for the construction of epoxy (epoxy) floors.