Heavy Tonnage Industrial Epoxy Floor System
This is a complete turnkey package that you order by the square foot. There is a 500 SF minimum on this product and you must order in 100 sf increments.
Your package will come with rollers, mixers, primer, epoxy, mixing bucket and heavy duty squeegee.
The first two images above are of a Crop Production Services facility where they handle large trucks filled with heavy and caustic fertilizer. Our HV100 industrial epoxy system is the only epoxy floor coating they have found to stand up to the heavy semi truck traffic and corrosive effects of the fertilizers they handle daily.
We recommend that you perform a diamond grind of the floor surface for the proper application of this product. It's important that your floor looks like the cleaned floor below, even though this is a garage floor the concept for your industrial application is the same. The floor must be prepped properly.
HERE'S A GREAT BEFORE & AFTER OF A PROPERLY PREPPED FLOOR THAT WAS GRINDED AND ETCHED
THE FLOOR PREP MACHINE FROM HOME DEPOT DID A GREAT JOB, OIL STAINS WERE CLEANED WITH LIQUID TIDE AND MURIATIC ACID. FOR LARGER FLOORS WE RECOMMEND YOU USE THE LARGEST GRINDING MACHINE YOU CAN HANDLE WITH NEW 25-30 DIAMOND BITS. PLEASE NOTE that due to recent changes in VOC laws by the EPA certain states require the 'Low VOC' version. The Low VOC version is also a No Odor version making it perfect when installing in occupied areas or adjacent to occupied areas. Same fantastic ratings just no odor. Standard version has a strong odor for the primer and no odor for the epoxy since it is pure epoxy. Current states that require Low VOC are CA, CT, DE, IL, IN, MD, MA, ME, NJ, NY, OH, PA, RI, VA, KY and all of Canada. Orders shipping to these states require that the Low VOC Option be selected for the size kit you need in the Size Drop Down Box, orders to these states that have not selected the Low VOC option will be manually adjusted with the correct price when your order is processed.
ENTER THE SQUARE FOOTAGE OF YOUR FLOOR PLUS AT LEAST A 10% SAFETY FACTOR AND ROUND UP TO THE NEXT FULL HUNDRED SF INCREMENT.
PLEASE NOTE THAT LIGHTER COLORS SUCH AS BEIGE, WHITE AND OFF WHITE MAY YIELD LESS COVERAGE.