Protective covering for your flooring as it name implies provides high quality coating not only for protection but to enhance aesthetics. Protective coating systems provide a coating for longer lasting use. It is being promoted for the reason of not only protecting your floorings but also for making it more secured with non slip coatings. Protective coating is made of different components that are highly established to bring certain advantages to floors made from materials like polymer, polyurethane and epoxy screeds, resin flooring, non slip coatings, and concrete and hygienic wall coatings. It ensures optimum results for anyone who will be using the floor area for any events and activities.
In large scale commercial and industrial premises, the industrial protective coating consists of a primer, intermediate or top coat. Polymer is being used widely because of its components and characteristics that exceed all the coating properties as a protection for floorings. Since it is non slip, it is guaranteed to prevent serious injuries from slip and fall accidents. For an industrial facility, floor coating ensures a clean, hygienic, safe and aesthetic workplace. The protective coating systems allow a great deal in surpassing the most basic need for each company in achieving a high standard of excellence. The properties of the protective coating are as follows:
- The pigments are finely ground inorganic and organic powders which provide color, opacity, film cohesion, and sometimes corrosion inhibition.
- The binder includes resins or oils although it can be inorganic compounds of silicates. It is the film forming component of the paint.
- The solvent is a chemical compound that is used to dissolve the binder which facilitates the application of the paint. It may be organic liquid or water.