What is Epoxy Resin Flooring?
Sika are epoxy resin flooring specialists.
With over 100 years experience in high performance technology, we are one of the UK’s leading manufacturers of industrial and commercial epoxy resin flooring coatings.
Ideal for the most arduous environments where a reliable, seamless resin flooring solution is required, the Sika product range offers everything you could possibly need including low maintenance.
What are the Benefits of Sika's Epoxy Resin Floor Coatings?
- Unrivalled hygienic solution
- Hard wearing
- Environmentally friendly
- Slip resistance and much more
Our Epoxy floors are the perfect balance between aesthetics and functionality- they’ve been designed to offer a decorative, practical flooring solution for all commercial settings and the coatings are available in an array of colours and finishes.
Want to know more our Flooring product: Sikafloor® MultiDur®?
MultiDur is the product family that defines Sika’s Epoxy flooring systems suitable for industrial application. These systems are workhorses that are suitable for areas where floors need to excel in heavy-duty performance, excellent mechanical strength, wear and chemical-resistance. This technology is seamless by definition, but it is not defined by its aesthetic finish by customers choosing these flooring options. Rather, functionality and delivering long-lasting performance is where these floors excel. Choose from smooth, textured, broadcasted (slip-resistant) and mortar finishes to ensure the usability, safety and cleaning regime best fitting your needs.
Within the Sikafloor MultiDur family you will find special solutions with extremely high chemical resistance; solutions approved for cleanroom usage; and electrostatic discharging, dissipative and electrically conductive flooring. For more basic flooring use and high performance wall coating needs, we offer water-borne coating systems.
Where is Sikafloor® MultiDur® commonly found?
- Storage, logistics areas
- Sales areas
- Production, processing and cleanroom areas (dry and wet)
- Ground-bearing decks, car parks and parking garages
- Commercial and public areas
- Residential areas