Industrial Flooring Solutions

Our tough, durable and non-slip industrial flooring solutions will ensure your floors are compliant, safe and hard wearing.

Our epoxy flooring is specially designed and proven to withstand high temperatures, corrosive chemicals, caustic foodstuffs, high impact traffic, oils and detergents and general wear and tear. All industrial flooring solutionsare applied by one of our expert flooring technicians, to ensure a seamless finish making it easier to maintain, safer and more resistant to bacteria growth.

Epoxy flooring is a high quality and cost effective solution which can be used in multiple industrial and commercial settings including:

  • Hotel kitchens
  • Food processing areas
  • Abattoirs
  • Commercial kitchens
  • Pharmaceutical laboratories
  • Printing houses
  • Factories
  • Chemical containment areas
  • Bakeries
  • Warehouses
  • Railway stations
  • Plant rooms
  • Car showrooms
  • Car service garages
  • Wash bays

Advantages of Epoxy Flooring

Epoxy flooring has many advantages over other flooring systems, such as:

  • Superior adhesive strength
  • A seamless finish which minimises the risk of bacteria growth
  • Flexibility in application, allowing it to be used for commercial kitchens, public swimming pool surrounds, ramps, walkways and other challenging locations.
  • The ability to withstand heavy wheel traffic
  • Resistance to chemicals and blood
  • A range of options, allowing you to choose the non-slip rating, colour and texture of your flooring
  • Anti-static epoxy flooring can be used for assembly points, computer assembly rooms and laboratories.

Find out more about our Commercial Flooring Solutions

Related Projects

We have supplied industrial flooring solutions to large companies such as Kellog’s, Tooheys, Beak and Johnston, KFC, T&F Allstates, Coles, Woolworths, Casella Wines & Brewing and GSK?

Beak & Johnston

Beak & Johnston

Food processing company Beak & Johnston appointed Remedial to supply a suitable hard wearing commercial flooring surface to their new pr...