Why do you need flexible flooring?
Impact Flooring have, on many occasions, been required to install flexible flooring solutions to areas where excessive movement is a concern.
We offer a range of flexible flooring, both epoxy and polyurethane resins, to areas such as mezzanine decks, steel plate structures, ship decks and chemical bund areas. These systems range from smooth for ease of cleaning, through to aggressively non-slip for extreme conditions – we can design a system for most requirements.
Flexible flooring systems are available in a range of colours, similar to epoxy resin flooring, and can offer many of the same benefits, although are not as hard wearing as traditional epoxy resin floors.
Where do you need flexible flooring?
Impact Flooring have installed flexible resin flooring systems to substrates such as, steel plate, wood, concrete/cement screeds for things such as revolving turntables for car displays.
We find this flexible flooring in the following places:
- Multi-storey factory floors
- Mezzanine floors
- Ship decks
- Chemical bund areas
- Steel plate structures
Although flexible flooring is a good solution, it should be understood that it is not as hard wearing as traditional epoxies and should not be considered as an alternative to expansion joints in traditional concrete flooring. This is due to the fact that flexible flooring is not suitable for heavy traffic areas and areas which have hard wheels such as a pallet truck. Therefore, you may see flexible flooring in an area such as a car park.