Chemical Resistant Flooring
Innovative Solutions for the Harshest Environments
Commercial & Industrial Chemical Resistant Flooring
Unprotected concrete floors are vulnerable to ongoing damage and deterioration when exposed to chemicals such as acid or alkalis, sugars, fats, oils and solvents, or other volatile compounds. This can quickly become a hazard and can affect the structural integrity of the concrete slab itself. This is where chemical-resistant floor coatings are critical. Ascoat has built an exceptional reputation for the development, application and maintenance of high-quality and cost-effective chemical-resistant floor coatings.
Quality Chemical-Resistant Surfaces
Servicing a range of industries, including food and beverage, pharmaceutical, mechanical, manufacturing and more, Ascoat is the go-to provider of chemical-resistant floors for commercial and industrial environments.
Our chemical-resistant flooring is:
Resin Technology for Superior Chemical-Resistance
Protect Your People and Minimise Risk
Careful consideration and assessment must be undertaken to understand the correct resin technology selection when dealing with floors that are likely to be exposed to strong chemicals to ensure they remain safe and compliant for years.
See our portfolio of high-quality commercial and industrial flooring projects that we have completed for leading Australian businesses. From luxury car workshops and pharmaceutical laboratories to electronics manufacturing facilities, we deliver trusted advice, expert application and compliant outcomes for epoxy, resin and ESD flooring.
Why Choose Us?
Chemical-Resistant Flooring FAQs
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Although many epoxies offer reasonable chemical resistance to mild or dilute chemical solutions, unless they are specifically designed to cope with higher concentrations or extended exposure, they can fail quickly. Ascoat has access to detailed third-party testing as well as real world experience and can provide higher levels of protection.
Length of exposure, temperature of the chemicals, falls to drains or pit sumps as well as cleaning procedures can make a huge difference to the long-term success of chemically resistant flooring.
While chemically resistant floors can be more expensive than conventional epoxy floors, the cost of damaged and eroded concrete far outweighs any initial excess cost.
Some chemically resistant floors can present technical challenges to apply, often requiring increased diligence in surface preparation, mixing and dosing, and application technique. Some can produce a strong odour during application and cure. All these challenges are well within Ascoat’s experience and skill set to manage.