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Industrial and commercial flooring projects are rising due to increased building spending and urban growth. However, more than newly constructed buildings require a functional and beautiful flooring solution.

The following are several system types that help businesses to increase productivity, decrease work-related injuries, and save maintenance and repair costs.

Protect Systems

CT Series:

A primer and topcoat are usually used in floor coating systems. Different polymer coating technologies are available depending on the needs of the application. These coating methods create a durable, smudge-free surface by providing sufficient coverage to conceal minor flaws in the concrete slab.

High-build coating systems are an excellent option for common production areas, warehouses, commercial and retail spaces. Coating systems provide color stability, light-reflectivity and overall, aesthetically attractive qualities. In addition, these systems are simple to use and need little upkeep.

BC Series:

High-performance polymers build broadcast floor systems, and aggregate is broadcast into the body coat. Broadcast methods are most suited in industrial, commercial, or shop applications where a slip-resistant, long-lasting finish is sought over fresh or already sound concrete.

In addition, these solutions are the perfect option for regions that require more significant wear and abrasion characteristics than a high-build coating system because they are simpler to apply than slurries or troweled mortars.

SL Series:

A “soupy” self-leveling floor system called a “slurry” is made of a polymer that is filled with finer aggregates. Slurries are applied to uneven, pitted, spalling or moderately damaged concrete substrates using a notched squeegee or a slurry/cam rake.

Following placement, the polymer liquid settles on top, and the aggregate fills the surface spaces. This treatment levels uneven concrete slabs with a thicker polymer mixture. In addition, the polymer liquids provide a glossy surface.

MT Series:

A trowel-finished mortar is often applied after a primer in a mortar/resurfacer floor system. High-performance polymer resin and specially blended aggregates or concrete powders make up this mortar.
The floor area’s anticipated function then applies to the subsequent polymer topcoats. These robust technologies can resurface severely damaged concrete, creating a long-lasting, more substantial concrete cap and safeguarding concrete substrates.

Proline Systems

Proline Mica Flake-Reinforced Lining Systems and Vinyl Ester Coating:

They are made to form an impenetrable barrier that shields concrete or steel substrates from solvent and chemical attack. Mica flake adds a thick, dense layer of protection to the vinyl ester chemistry, making it more difficult for chemicals and solvents to penetrate and reach the substrate.

Proline Fiberglass-Reinforced Vinyl Ester Lining Systems:

This combines a fiberglass mesh implanted into vinyl ester resins to produce a barrier of protection against chemical and solvent attacks that is stronger, more impact-resistant, and highly chemical-resistant. These solutions are perfect for tank linings and confinement applications.

Proline Glass Flake-Reinforced Lining Systems for Steel Tanks:

Using vinyl ester resins impregnated with 1/8-inch glass flake, a defense against strong chemical and solvent attacks is created for steel tanks. As a result, these systems are robust, suitable for high-temperature applications, and highly chemical-resistant.

Proline Vinyl Ester Floor Toppings:

Proline vinyl ester floor topping uses vinyl ester resins combined with aggregate to produce a substrate barrier that is high impact, abrasion resistant, and can withstand harsh chemicals and solvents. As a result, these floor toppings are perfect for demanding industrial applications requiring exceptional durability and chemical protection.

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