Epoxy coat flooring in Food processing area

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Epoxy coat flooring in Food processing area
« on: December 06, 2016, 02:46:38 PM »
Hi. any question
I`m trying to coat an epoxy on the food processing factory. and i was finding the product.
Whitch it becomes an anti-slip and i want your recommend.
If and anti-slip is in trouble, please inform the other way.
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Re: Epoxy coat flooring in Food processing area
« Reply #1 on: December 07, 2016, 03:28:15 PM »
Hi Joseph,
typically for food processing areas applicators utilise either:
Water Based Epoxy
https://cswcoatings.com.au/diy-epoxy-flooring-kit-water-based/
or
100% Solids Epoxy
https://cswcoatings.com.au/100-solids-epoxy-flooring-kit/
or a combination of both.
Anytime any coating is applied some of the grip factor will be lost. The way around this is by adding:
Extra Grip Additive
https://cswcoatings.com/cart/extra-grip-additive.html
If mopping and extra grip is excessively applied then the extra grip may become an issue. Applicators usually can get around this by applying to first coat only and not allowing the extra grip to build.
Alternatively many processing plants simply hose down floors so extra grip is not an issue.
Hoping this helps but please feel free to ask any follow up questions.