Seamless, durability and 'easy' maintenance are key words for a resin floor.

Synthetic resin floors are seamless synthetic cast floors in which synthetic resin is used as a binder.

The floor is on average 2 to 3 mm thick and consists of several thin layers.
The properties of the floor are mainly determined by the type of synthetic resin, the number of layers and any additives.

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Poured floors

poured floor is a synthetic resin-based floor finish that is applied by means of pouring.

Poured floors are constructed as a system with a thickness of approx. 2-3mm.

Applications: care sector, private sector, ...

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Floor coating

floor coating is a thin floor finish that is applied on concrete with a roller.

Applications: industrial

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Trowel floor

trowel floor is a 3-component, solvent-free, 6mm thick floor finish based on epoxy resin with mineral fillers (coloured quartz sand).

Applications: industrial

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Stoner carpet

A stone carpet is very decorative and seamless.

It matches any interior and is anti-allergic.
A stone carpet can be walked on after 24 hours.

With a stone carpet you opt for an extremely durable cast floor.

Application: aesthetic

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PU cement

A PU cement floor is a 3-component, solvent-free, 2 to 12mm thick floor finish based on polyurethane resins with filling of cement and quartz.

Applications: industrial, functional

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