What is Resin Flooring?
Resin flooring is a hard wearing plastic exterior, generated by blending a selection of components jointly to institute a swift and managed chemical response. The chemical response creates an extremely long-lasting finish. In the easy form, a resin covering consists of discrete hardener and a formulated synthetic resin. As discharge requirements escalate, it usually leads to an increase in the thickness of resin floor, and the variety of components increases to involve pigments, decorative flakes, or chips, aggregates, and in some instances, cement powder. The thicker type of resin floor is consistently firmer than concrete.
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