Balius Surfaces offers industrial epoxy flooring for any type of industrial environments including warehouses, processing plants, manufacturing, distribution, transportation facilities and more. With the addition of mosaic vinyl flakes and decorative quartz, projects can have endless design options.
Understanding the selection process of the applications is vital to the success and longevity of the floor. As a solutions provider, we’ll walk you through the process to make sure that the proper flooring will be implemented to meet your projects needs.
Whether you operate an industrial warehouse or food processing plant, the type of industrial flooring you choose will have a great impact on your day to day operations. Regardless of your business, you probably want an industrial floor that’s durable, robust and easy to maintain. If you’re having trouble deciding which industrial flooring solution best suits your needs, contact one of our flooring consultants and they can help you make sure you make the right decision for your facility.
Rubber floors are suitable for facilities that have heavy foot traffic. This industrial flooring material is slip-resistant, water and fire resistant and shock absorbent. Rubber floors also work well as an insulator and provide a soft surface for employees to walk on. The downside of rubber flooring, however, is they can be easily scratched and needs a lot of cleaning and maintenance.
Vinyl flooring is similar to epoxy in that it is resistant to water and moisture and is available in a wide range of colors and patterns. But, that’s where the similarities end. Vinyl flooring can be suitable if you’re looking for a cheaper flooring solution, but it’s not ideal for industrial spaces that have a lot of heavy traffic. Vinyl floors do not have the intense strength and durability of epoxy and can be far more easily damaged. This type of flooring also needs regular cleaning and maintenance.