Manufacturing and Industrial Flooring
Industrial Flooring Systems That Meet The Highest Standards
We understand the importance of craft, quality, and knowledge in industrial flooring to give you the best possible result. ArmourFlo’s hand-crafted manufacturing and industrial flooring solutions are as versatile and unique as your production facility, equipment, processes and outputs. Many manufacturing facilities desire polished concrete solutions, and we do that one better. We use state-of-the-art equipment and floor tooling to achieve the desired reflectivity combined with the application of a densifier to provide you with a permanent flooring solution. If a resinous or epoxy flooring solution is required, we’ll put our proprietary products to work. As always, they’re antimicrobial and provide compressive strength, chemical resistance and a wide range of thermal shock protection capabilities. They also meet USDA, FDA, CFIA and OSHA standards, meaning you can trust that your flooring system meets the highest standards and get back to focusing on the other important details of your business.
Large Industrial Floor Polishing
ArmourFlo industrial floor polishing solutions help you provide an environment that is safe, efficient, and effective for your workers. Bare concrete is difficult to clean and exposed to water, chemicals, and heavy equipment, which damages the concrete and will be costly to repair or replace. Our professional industrial floor specialists install flooring that is cost-effective and long-lasting for your industrial environment.
ArmourFlo is a concrete floor polishing contractor with installation expertise. ArmourFlo’s industrial polished concrete requires minimal installation time, upkeep, and maintenance only every 3-5 years, which saves you money. In a typical industrial setting, about 1,500 square feet of flooring can be polished per crew per day. In large industrial settings, multiple crews may be brought in to reduce installation times.
When compared to other flooring options, polished concrete and industrial grade epoxy floor coatings have a minimal per-square-foot cost and low maintenance costs. The average polished concrete floor in an industrial setting costs about half as much to maintain as vinyl composition tile (VCT) which is commonly used in similar environments.
Seamless Industrial Epoxy Flooring
You can revitalize your existing concrete into a modern epoxy floor system in hours. A thick epoxy coating application – two millimeters or more – will transform most intact concrete floors into epoxy floors. The epoxy process consists of two coats, epoxy resin, and a polyamine hardener, which will cure following application.
After this, you benefit from the advantages of epoxy.
Unlike other flooring types, industrial-grade epoxy flooring is smooth. It doesn’t have gaps, grout lines, or seams, so germs and dirt cannot hide. This floor is easier to clean than other flooring types because you can see when it is dirty, and you don’t need many things to clean it. Since the surface is non-porous, contaminants cannot penetrate.
Epoxy flooring has a formidable protective barrier that withstands corrosive acids, food spills, and even abrasive cleaning chemicals. As a result, the surface always remains impeccable, even after cleaning it with an acid cleaner. Of course, if the floor is not durable enough, these substances can cause damage to the surface. Nonetheless, that’s not a problem for the robust protective barrier of industrial-grade epoxy flooring.
Brewery, Winery, and Distillery Flooring
The brewing, winemaking and distillery industries face unique challenges when it comes to flooring. Our flooring systems are thermal shock resistant to withstand forced steam and boiling water cleaning methods. These surfaces are slip resistant and offer chemical and stain resistance to common industrial cleaners and sterilizers. They offer a variety of options to meet the individual needs of your facility while being FDA, USDA and CIFA acceptable.
Clean Room Flooring
When it comes to manufacturing, clean rooms require careful attention to detail during the construction phase of clean room flooring. Our applications are virtually odorless and dustless and feature finely tuned substrate preparation, industrial HEPA filter vacuums, seamless floors and vertical wall and ceiling systems. Our installation team brings over 25 years of industry-leading experience in epoxy flooring and food-grade concrete sealer, knowledge and expertise to each and every project. And because we directly employ each member of our team, you can always count on working with people who care about your clean room like it was their own.
Chemical Resistance & Containment Flooring
Chemical resistant floor coatings are engineered to protect concrete substrates from chemical spills and exposure which weaken and erode the surface. In areas where hazardous chemicals are stored in large quantities a secondary resistant and containment system is required in case of spillage, leaks or overflow. There are many levels of chemical resistance including intermittent splash and spill, secondary containment (72 hour exposure) and constant immersion. These coatings can be used for flooring and vertical surface protection, secondary containment units and tank linings. Our systems can consist of a combination of any of the following: BPA epoxies, Novolac epoxies, polyaspartics and urethanes.
Electrostatic Dissipative Flooring
Electrostatic Dissipative (ESD) flooring protects sensitive equipment and electronics from damage caused by discharge of static electricity, which may accumulate as people walk. E100-PESD™ incorporates carbon nanotubes that are distributed throughout the floor coating, giving the surface electrical conductivity, creating a pathway to dissipate the static electricity from the walking surface to ground.
Cold Room Flooring
Cold rooms and walk-in freezers may require flooring systems that can cure at low temperatures when the cooling system cannot be shut down. They also require thermal shock resistance due to periodic cleaning and sterilization. These systems are also seamless, nonporous, antimicrobial, slip-resistant and are USDA/FDA and CFIA acceptable.
Line striping is used for controlling pedestrian and vehicular traffic, to highlight safety concerns, designate areas of caution and equipment demarcation. In most cases line striping is typically chlorinated rubber or latex paint, however with our flooring systems the actual resins used for the floor are also used to create the line striping and markings for added durability and longevity.
Industrial Flooring Expertise
Our experienced flooring specialists give you the necessary time and attention to properly evaluate your facility and requirements to install a superior flooring solution. Read our industrial flooring guide to be more informed about installing the right industrial floor for your needs.
How Much Will Your Industrial Floor Cost?
Your industrial flooring cost depends mostly on the type of concrete coating, location and size of your floor, along with your current floor condition to determine the repair amount. Know your industrial floor cost by completing the form below.