Hard Wearing Resin Flooring

MMA Pros:

  • The MMA resin floors have the advantage of completely curing within an hour and can be fixed at low temperatures. These properties make it suitable for projects where refurbishment projects require quick turnaround or for speeding construction schedules.
  • The MMA resin can be easily applied to steel, concrete, marine ply, tiles, and other resin materials.
  • This type of resin is characterized by high compressive and bond strength. It is also immune to extremely high or low temperature.
  • The MMA resin can easily be installed in intricate patterns and provides a luxurious aesthetic feel.

MMA Cons:

  • MMA resin flooring tends to emit a strong odour while getting installed though it is not harmful and disappears after a few minutes.




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Polyurethane Resin Flooring

Polyurethane provides attractive yet practical resin floors as they are easy to sterilise and clean. Polyurethane resin flooring is ideal for the environment which requires anti-static, anti-slip and chemical resistant properties.

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Polyurethane Pros:

  • Polyurethane is characterized by a chemical composition which makes it a robust flooring option and very hardwearing.
  • This resin material is quite durable and thus maintains an impervious, seamless, and easy to clean look for a long time.
  • Polyurethane does not easily crack due to seasonal thermal variations and can withstand extreme or rapid changes in temperature.

Polyurethane Cons:

Polyurethane is an expensive flooring option and thus not favoured by those looking for cheaper alternatives. But, going for cheaper flooring solutions leads to thin flooring or aggregate filled options which are often not durable.

Epoxy Resin Flooring

Epoxy resin floors are characterized as impermeable, hard-wearing, and are most suitable for medium or heavy-duty use. This resin can be modified to dispel electrostatic charge by adding an anti-static grade and are known to provide a matte or satin finish.

Epoxy Pros:

  • One of the main advantages of using an Epoxy resin flooring is getting easy to maintain, functional and hygienic surface.
  • Epoxy resin is known to be cost-effective and dustproof. It is also vapour-permeable and emits a low odour. 
  • A wide variety of colour options and decoration ideas are possible with Epoxies which is further aided by the boundless resin terrazzo designs.

Epoxy Cons:

  • The water-based epoxy resin has a limited 2-3 years lifespan and requires a re-coat in order to maintain the floor.
  • As compared to MMA and Polyurethane, the cure rate for epoxies is slower.
  • More than one coat is required to make the surface impermeable when using epoxy resin for flooring.
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FAQ’s





How long does it take until the floor can be used again?
Based on the kind of resin used, a floor can be used after barely 2 hours of application.
How thick is an epoxy resin floor?
The thickness of Epoxy resin floors depends on its intended usage and can vary from 500 microns, or two coats of epoxy resin to the self-smoothing epoxy resin measuring 3mm in size
I’ve heard that MMA products have a distinctive smell!
MMA resins do have a distinctive odour; however, it is not toxic or harmful and disappears as soon as the floor is completely cured (within 2 hours), which serves as a great indicator for when business operations can resume.
How long can a well-installed epoxy flooring system last?
Epoxy floors have been known to last years if they are applied to diamond ground clean concrete. Industrial-grade epoxy applied in a basement, garage or residential area can last for 20-25 years though requires a new coat every 5-7 years. In Commercial areas, epoxy flooring can be faced with the extreme industrial environment but still last for 8-15 years subject to protective measures, like welding mats, being in place.
Will my epoxy floor be slippery?
Epoxy floors are comparable to basketball courts which provide traction but tend to get slippery when wet. This can be resolved through the addition of skid-resistant chemicals in the epoxy resin used for the top-coat. This would make the floors slip-resistant and safe even when wet. The smoother the floor surface, the easier it is to clean it.