Epoxy Flooring Projects We've Completed
Whether you’re building a new facility or simply redoing your industrial floor, you need an epoxy floor or a complete flooring system that will last. No other part of your space takes a pounding quite like the floor and as such you need the absolute best when constructing a floor for your industrial space.
- Low or No-Voc systems
- High frictional resistance coatings for slip resistance
- Superior UV stability for long term color and clarity retention
- Superb chemical, mechanical and thermal resistance
- Top notch industrial flooring & warehouse flooring that suits the needs of your work or storage place
- Crews that are equally adept at designing and installing a wide array of floor types from concrete polishing to epoxy floors to showroom quality decorative floors
- Increased flooring facility visibility and safety
- Protecting your building and personnel with clean smooth floors
Collins Industrial Services recognizes the importance of long lasting epoxy floors that promote a sustainable future. Our waterborne and high solids materials can be an integral part of your Green Building Design.
The technology with epoxy floors is ever changing, along with standard epoxy flooring systems Collins Industrial Services offers: fast cure systems, 100% solids epoxies, waterborne epoxy vapor emission mitigation systems, and heavy wear thin-mil urethane coatings along with many others.
Epoxy floors provide several advantages. Dirt, grease and liquids cannot penetrate these non-porous and resin rich flooring systems. Dirt, spills and oil are easily removed with common cleaning procedures. Our systems never require stripping or waxing, this keeps maintenance costs extremely low.
Collins Industrial Services offers a wide range of epoxy floor systems. In addition to various colors and textures we offer epoxy floors with overlayments, quarts, flake systems and many fully customized solutions.
We will customize a solution for the specific requirements of each epoxy floor application; including traffic conditions, mechanical wear, temperature exposure, chemical resistance and slip resistance. Collins Industrial Services creates all manner of industrial floors, from warehouses to factories. We are proud of our efficient service and track record of customer satisfaction. Collins Industrial Services is fully licensed and insured and up to the task.
When it’s been a little too long between flooring treatments, or if your floor is expecting more abuse that most, an overlayment or broadcast system may be appropriate. Overlayment epoxy flooring systems are designed to resurface your floor; they cover holes, gouges, cracks, chips and pits with an epoxy silica mortar. Similar options include quarts broadcast, silica broadcast, flake broadcast and many others.
- High film build for added protection
- Coating thickness smoothes rough floors
- High impact strength
- Increased abrasion resistance
- Longer time between maintenance coats
An overlayment system is an extremely thick film epoxy coating system. After a prime coat of 100% solids epoxy, a epoxy silica mortar is troweled over the primer at 1/4-1/2 inches. Once the mortar has had adequate time to harden, two seal coats of 100% solids epoxy are then applied. The overlayment and seal coats come in a wide array of colors to suit your companies needs. A final urethane topcoat is optional but highly recommended.
Broadcast systems are a middle ground between standard thin mil systems and overlayments. They generally cost less and have a larger variety of systems to offer. After a prime coat of 100% solids epoxy, a second coat of epoxy is applied; any number of materials can then be broadcast into the wet epoxy. Quartz and silica sand are the most common. Quartz has the added advantage of being pigmented, so it creates a visually striking and extremely durable coating. A silica sand broadcast is less decorative, but still very durable and utilitarian.
Flake systems are highly decorative and greatly increase frictional resistance. These epoxy coating systems are ideal for entry and walk ways. The multi colored flake are broadcast into the final coat of epoxy in the system. The flakes embed but remain raised above the epoxy increasing the frictional resistance and improving overall safety. Decorative epoxy flake systems can also be used to distinguish between different functional areas in your workspace. A different color of flake can be applied to walkways, production areas, break areas, loading docks, emergency evacuation paths etc. These distinctions will make your work space more safe by easily identifying different zones with your facility.