Concrete is the most widely used flooring material, used in industries (critical floors such as Food & Beverage Industries, Chemical & Petrochemical Water & Waste water treatment), heavy duty floors such as Automobile Industries, Warehouses, Manufacturing & Heavy Engineering, floors with low voc such as Healthcare & Leisure, Offices & Government Areas, Pharmaceuticals, residential floors ( such as Houses, Education Healthcare, Leisure, Office, Airport, Retails, Govt Area), hydraulic prone floors such as Car Parks & Garages, Food & Beverage Industries, swimming decks, podium, walk ways, driveways, basement etc. Concrete floor is the most abused and neglected part of structure in India and worldwide. Floor Coatings are tough, protective layers used in applications where heavy surface wear or corrosion is expected.
Being porous, it accumulates dust from air or dust because of formation of laitance from the surface. It develops cracks over the period of time which allows various oils, water or chemicals to seep in, resulting in unappealing patches. It also causes weakening of reinforcement and concrete matrix due to chemical spillage and the possibilities of microbial growth.
Industrial, Commercial & Domestic Floor Coatings
Imagine having a beautiful floor, with all drawbacks removed. Yes. This is possible when you have Floorcoat® applied on your concrete floors. FloorCoat is our one of the products which is best for Industrial Floor Coating, Commercial Floor Coating or Domestic Floor Coating. We have floor coatings solutions available for virtually any industry including manufacturing environment, industrial, education, food services, automotive showrooms, hospitals, commercial buildings etc.
A floor coating such as epoxy is suitable for resurfacing applications and patching exposed surfaces. Epoxies require clean surfaces and exhibit high strength and low shrinkage during curing. Setting styles include single-component, dual-component, thermosetting, and radiation curing. Polyurethane floor coatings can be thermoplastic or thermosetting. Ceramic floor coatings consist of oxides, carbides, nitrides, carbon, and other non-metals with high melting points. Ceramics are suitable for applications requiring wear resistance, refractoriness, low electrical resistivity, or other specialized characteristics.
Floor Coating Solutions: FloorCoat
Our epoxy and polyurethane primers for concrete floors are suitable for use in commercial and industrial environments such as warehouses, factories, retail spaces and car parks.
For all these advantages, FloorCoat® is surprisingly cost effective also. The value of your property is more than the value of property next to you where there is no Floorcoat® on the floor. There are other advantages as well. For instance, Durability of your concrete floor has increased drastically. Hence you do not have to go for new concrete flooring. JUST FLOORCOAT® IT.
Floorkrete provides seamless coatings which are most versatile industrial floor coatings in the market for industrial, commercial, and even residential spaces. For example Polyurethane and Epoxy can be used on various types of floors, including tile, vinyl, and metal, but they are most commonly used to coat concrete floors.
FloorKrete has different flooring products.
Epoxy Flooring , Floor Care Products , Vinyl Ester Flooring etc.
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Frequently Asked Questions
1. There are many products with the name Floor Coat. Which is original Floor Coat?
There are many products which are named Floor Coat. But these products have been copied from our Original Brand Floorcoat. Floorcoat was first launched in India way back in 2003. Since then Floorcoat have been successfully protecting concrete floors all over India. Hence buy only the original FLOORCOAT brand with a long successful track record.
2. How many types of FLOORCOAT products are available?
FLOORCOAT products are available in single component and two component forms. In a single component, you can have a water borne version as FLOORCOAT W or solvent borne products as FLOORCOAT S and FLOORCOAT PU. All these products are easy to apply, there is no need to have past experience of application.
In two components, we have epoxy based products such as FLOORCOAT EP as versatile product for your home, office, show rooms, garage parks. For heavy duty and chemical resistant applications different products are available.
3. What is the best floor coating for hospitals and healthcare centers?
The best floor coating for hospitals and healthcare centers is FLOORCOAT W and FLOORCOAT PUW, FLOORCOAT EPW all being waterborne hence very low VOC. These coatings are non-porous and chemical resistant, making them ideal for environments where cleanliness and infection control are paramount. They are also durable and easy to clean, making them a good choice for high-traffic areas
4. Which is more suitable for industrial floor coating, epoxy or vinyl ester flooring?
Epoxy and vinyl ester flooring are both suitable for industrial applications. Epoxy flooring, that is FLOORCOAT EP is more common because it is less expensive and easier to install. However, vinyl ester flooring, FLOORCHEM VE is more durable and chemical-resistant.
5. How easy or difficult is it to apply FLOORCOAT products?
Application of FLOORCOAT products is very easy. Just wire brush concrete surface, apply suitable primer and apply two coats of FLOORCOAT products in two layers, after mixing.
6. How long does it take to install FLOORCOAT coatings?
The installation time for FLOORCOAT coatings varies depending on the coating type used and the coated area's size. However, installing this type of floor coating typically takes 2-3 days.
7. How durable are FLOORCOAT products?
Durability will depend on how the product is applied and how well it is maintained. Normally FLOORCOAT W can last for 3 years, whereas FLOORCOAT EP can last for 6 years or more. Regularly clean your FLOOCOAT with a mild detergent and water solution to maintain your FLOORCOAT coatings. You should also avoid using harsh chemicals or abrasive cleaners, which can damage the coating.