What you need to know About Resin Floors

 What you need to know About Resin Floors

Resin Floor Defined

Resin flooring is a combination of chemicals that, when mixed together, form a chemically hardened plastic-like surface. While there are many different types of resin floors to choose from, the most common types of flooring resins are epoxy and polyurethane resins.


Self leveling light grey epoxy at ALS Hanger; Wilson Airport

When it comes to benefits, a properly installed resin floor can provide your facility with a durable, safe, and flexible surface. Not to mention, resin floors are one of the most hygienic and chemical resistant flooring solutions on the market.

Operational Differences

Epoxy floors are harder, more durable and have a much higher compression strength than polyurethanes. This is why they are the preferred choice for heavy duty industries, warehouses

Polyurethane floor (Matt Finish)

Benefits of Epoxy/Polyurethane Floor systems

  • Enhanced hygiene performance (Silver-ion additive – Anti-microbial protection)
  • Thermal shock and excessive temperature resistance
  • Seamless application
  • Easily cleaned & maintained
  • Excellent chemical resistance
  • Excellent impact & wear resistance
  • Slip resistance
  • Customised finishes/colours (Uplift in Aesthetics)
  • Durable and heavy traffic resistance
  • Waterproofing
  • Protects your concrete from wear & tear and making it last longer.
  • Reduced levels of dust in your facility.
  • Define certain areas, or designate the presence of hazards.
6mm Polyurethane Floor for cold rooms

and logistics centers with heavy forklift traffic. Polyurethane floors are usually softer and more elastic, which makes them more resistant to scratching as their elasticity tends to absorb some of the impact. The elasticity of PU floors also makes them a preferred choice in freezing chambers where the storage temperature can reach -30 degrees Celsius (-22 F). They are also a good choice for multideck car-parks since the elastic coating can act as a waterproofing and crack-bridging layer.

Some of the clients we have worked with previously include:

Fedha plaza basement parking, Samaritan Pass International, KAA, Volvo Kenya, Wilson Airport, Simba Corp, Porsche Kenya

We have also worked on industrial floors including e.g. KPI Uganda, Kandia Fresh Produce, Kenya Nut, True Foods, Six Square, Coastal (Coca-Cola) bottlers and Mount Kenya bottlers, Mogeni Tea, Browns Cheese, KWAL, Volvo Kenya, Nairobi Hospital, Monsanto, United Millers, AAA growers, Meru greens, Mbogo Valley Tea, Nandi Tea, Bila haka Flowers.

Installation of 1000 square meter will take 4 days to complete.

Floor preparation (diamond grinding and floor repair) will take 2 days. Application of primer will take 1 day. Thereafter, the primer is left to dry for 8 hours. After the primer is dry, the installation of epoxy 2mm system will take 1 more day making it a total of four days.

Nevertheless, it is important to know that installation timelines may vary depending with the floor condition. The more damaged the floor surface, the more time it might take to complete the floor installation.

Solcrete Contractors self levelling epoxy

We are However, best at what we do. Solcrete contractors is the best epoxy flooring company in kenya.

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