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What is the average thickness of epoxy flooring?


The thickness of epoxy flooring is directly related to the use of the project. For example, in high-traffic and industrial traffic environments and public parking lots, epoxy flooring is implemented with a higher thickness to be more resistant, but in private and low-traffic environments, epoxy flooring with a lower thickness will be implemented.

In environments with semi-heavy traffic, 2 to 3 mm thickness, in heavy traffic usually 3 to 4 mm, and in special conditions where the environment traffic is very high, up to 8 mm thickness may be required. When considering the thickness, paying attention to the two points of “project use” and “concrete flooring” is particularly important.

In general, the average implemented mode varies up to 3 mm and 4 mm depending on the type of conditions. (In recent years, the term 3-mil epoxy flooring has become popular among non-experts, which is completely wrong, and it should be noted that increasing the thickness of epoxy flooring will not always be a determining factor in the quality of this flooring. In most cases, the use of this term is only to confuse the customer by profit-seeking people.)

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