Concrete Floor Finishing
Resinous Floor Systems
If you think about how many different plastics we have, and the different characteristics these plastics have the same could be said for floor resins. Just as the plastic in a bucket or pail is different from the plastic case of say, your television or computer, the resins or polymers in a floor system may vary, Some are harder and more brittle, while others are softer and more flexible. Some have extremely high chemical resistance yet may be readily scratched or marred. Others may not be easily marred but will not tolerate some chemical exposures. Some are stable when exposed to UV light (sunlight) while others may fade or chalk. Some are very expensive on a cost per dry mil of thickness basis and others can be applied fairly thickly for a reasonable price. Some will bond very well to properly prepared concrete (primers), others do not adhere to concrete well at all.