Seamless floors are ongoing coverings, sometimes divided into squares, which are formed during the curing of building mixtures. They are mounted as the top layer of the floor, while in further operation the lower layers are ignored.
4 types of seamless coatings
Seamless floors are of four types (depending on the predominant substance in the composition):
- Epoxy self-leveling floors – due to their high strength and wear resistance, the most common option for industrial warehouses, parking lots, workshops – wherever high traffic is expected for both equipment and people.
- Polyurethane coatings – high elasticity allows them to be used for enterprises where increased vibrations are formed during the production process.
- Polyester floors – due to the variety of colors and the ability to create a thin, but durable layer, are used more often in administrative buildings and offices.
- Acrylic coatings based on methyl methacrylate are installed at food enterprises, as well as in workshops where work with oil is carried out. Withstand up to -30 ºС, therefore they are suitable for open spaces and unheated premises.
Are they simple to install?
Most types of Fogfria golv i Stockholm are versatile in use. They can be installed both in residential and industrial premises. Modern laying technologies allow them to be put into full operation within 2-3 days after installation is completed. They are characterized by non-electrical conductivity, easy cleaning from dust and liquids, environmental friendliness, and harmlessness to people. Separate types of floors can be used even in a children’s room.
Installation of each type of floor is carried out both by pouring and spraying. The latter is carried out using compressed air or airless spray equipment. Together with high decorative properties, their range of application is greatly expanded. In general, seamless floors are the most reliable, quick to install, durable and safe to use floor coverings.