Resin Flooring

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TPS 360 have been installing RESIN FLOORING since 2008 for a prestigious end client and construction industry client base.

The range of services offered by our flooring division has grown to include POLISHED CONCRETE, SPECIALIST SCREEDING and dedicated SURFACE PREPARATION for other flooring solutions.

 

We deliver our flooring solutions through our highly trained and experienced in house management and installation teams working with leading manufactures such as Remmers, Flowcrete, BASF, Altro and SIKA.

 

Investment in a fleet of HTC diamond grinding equipment give us the capability to take on jobs of all sizes and helps us maintain better control by offering a total flooring solution.

Resin flooring offers many clear advantages:

• Durable
• High impact
• Easy to clean
• Low maintenance
• Range of finishes and colours
• Chemical protection
• Slip resistance
• Abrasion resistance
• Electrostatic discharge (ESD)
• Fast curing
• Hygienic
• Antibacterial
• Noise reducing

 

FeRFA Type 1 Resin Flooring: Floor Seal - Light Duty

A type 1 resin floor seal is generally applied in a number of coats either by roller or squeegee to provide a dry film thickness of up to 150 micron.

This type of resin floor seal is only suitable for light duty applications such as light foot traffic and occasional rubber tyre vehicles.

 

FeRFA Type 2 Resin Flooring: Floor Coating - Light/Medium Duty

A Type 2 resin floor coating is generally applied in a number of coats either by roller or squeegee to provide a dry film thickness between 150 and 300 micron.

This type of resin floor seal is suitable for light to medium duty applications including light to regular foot traffic, frequent fork lift truck traffic and occasional hard plastic-wheeled trolleys.

 


FeRFA Type 3 Resin Flooring: High Build Floor Coating - Medium/Heavy Duty

A Type 3 resin floor coating is generally applied in a number of coats either by roller or squeegee to provide a dry film thickness between 300 and 1000 micron.

This type of resin floor seal is suitable for medium to heavy duty applications including regular foot traffic, constant fork lift truck traffic and hard plastic-wheeled trolleys with resistance to some impact.

 

FeRFA Type 4 Resin Flooring: Multi-Layer Flooring - Medium/Heavy Duty

A Type 4 multi-layers resin floor, often referred to as a 'sandwich' system, and requires highly specialist application techniques. A Type 4 system is generally laid from 2mm upwards depending on its specifications, and may be sealed or aggregate dressed to provide a textured finish.

This type of resin floor system is suitable for medium to heavy-duty applications including regular foot traffic, constant fork lift truck traffic and hard plastic-wheeled trolleys with resistance to some impact.

 

FeRFA Type 5 Resin Flooring: Flow-Applied Flooring - Heavy Duty

A Type 5 flow-applied resin floor, often referred to as 'self-smoothing' or self-leveling,' is either applied by trowel, or pin-raked and closed by trowel before being spike-rolled to remove trapped air. Type 5 systems are laid between 2 and 3mm thick and may be sealed or aggregate dressed to provide a textured finish.

This type of resin floor system is suitable for light to heavy duty applications including regular foot traffic, constant fork lift truck traffic and hard plastic-wheeled trolleys with resistance to some impact.

 

FeRFA Type 6 Resin Flooring: Resin Screed Flooring - Heavy Duty

Type 6 screed floor systems are heavily-filled trowel finished systems. Generally laid from 4mm upwards they may be sealed or aggregate dressed to provide a textured finish.

This type of resin floor system is suitable for heavy duty applications including regular foot traffic, constant fork lift truck traffic and hard plastic-wheeled trolleys with resistance to some impact.

 

FeRFA Type 7 Resin Flooring: Flowable Flooring - Heavy Duty

A Type 7 flow applied resin floor, often referred to as 'self-smoothing' or self-leveling,' is either applied by trowel, or pin-raked and closed by trowel before being spike-rolled to remove trapped air. Type 7 systems are laid between 4 and 6mm and may be sealed or aggregate dressed to provide a textured finish.

This type of resin floor system is suitable for heavy to very heavy duty applications including regular foot traffic, constant fork lift truck traffic and hard plastic-wheeled trolleys with resistance to some impact.

 

FeRFA Type 8 Resin Flooring: Resin Flooring - Very Heavy Duty

A Type 8 resin floor is a heavy duty screed which is either applied by trowel or sledge spread and trowel finished at thicknesses of 6mm or more.

This type of resin floor system is suitable for very heavy duty applications including heavily loaded traffic while providing impact resistance.

 

We can also provide:

• Resin coving, skirting and renders
• Polymer modified cement underlayments
• Resin based floor repairs
• Resin based jointing
• Chemical resistant bunds
• Damp proof membranes
• Resin coating for wall tanks, etc.
• Screed refurbishment
• Resin bonded paving

 

For additional information on Remmers click here

For additional information on Flowcrete click here

For additional information on BASF click here

For additional information on ALTRO click here

For additional information on SIKA click here

 

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Projects

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Trade Centre Wales

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The ‘proof’ is in the flooring at Easibake

Almost 5 years ago, leading bread manufacturer Easibake required a hygienic, seamless, anti-slip floor surface to its mixing rooms. Mapei’s . . .
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Hygienic, durable and chemically resistant flooring

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