Decorative Epoxy Quartz Flooring - Broadcast or Trowelled Quartz flooring

Floor Coating,Warehouse Floor Painting

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Our Decorative Quartz Flooring System combines colored quartz aggregates with a clear 100% solids epoxy binder to produce a truly unique appearance for your floor. There are many standard color blends to choose from and a limitless amount of options that  can be modified to create the best design mix for ideal performance and appearance

 

A broadcast quartz floor is created by preparing the concrete by shotblasting or diamond grinding. The floor is then primed with a base coat of epoxy in a colour then  laying down 1/8” Epoxy liquids and broadcasting out the quartz aggregate in whatever colour is selected until the floor is saturated with quartz.  The following day when dry, the excess quartz material is removed and a top coat of clear epoxy is installed to seal the surface.

 

A trowelled quartz floor is created by preparing the concrete by shotblasting or diamond grinding. The floor is then primed with a base coat of epoxy in a colour. A mixture of quartz and epoxy liquids is trowelled down at  1/4”  The following day  a top coat of clear epoxy is installed to seal the surface.

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  • Durable and seamless.

  • Impermeable.

  • Superior mechanical and chemical resistance.

  • Provides a cleaner, safer and more sanitary work environment.

  • Finish can be smooth or non slip

  • Low maintenance.

  • Does not support growth of bacteria or fungus.

  • High density prevents dirt penetration, which provides easy cleaning.

  • Low odour / low VOC.

  • Integral base and curbs can be prepared without seams or joints.

  • Canadian Food Inspection Agency approved. (CFIA)

 

Suggested Applications:

 

Commercial kitchens

Locker rooms

Restrooms

Showers

Animal care facilities

Pharmaceuticals

Clean rooms

Grocery stores.

Food packing rooms.

Department stores.

Pharmaceutical laboratories and offices.

Hospitals, laboratories and health care facilities.

Museums and galleries.

Banks, office and government buildings.

Recreational facilities, change rooms and showers Animal Areas: Housing, Cage washing Cafeterias

Food: Processing, Preparation Service

Hospitals: Corridors & Lobbies, Patient Rooms, Operating Rooms Laboratories Locker Rooms Pharmaceutical Plants Retirement Homes