Chemical Resistant Epoxy Floor Coating

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Epoxy Coating For Chemical Processing Industry

Epoxy floor coating is the best industrial flooring for chemical processing plants. The concrete floors in a chemical processing plant must be chemical resistant, nonporous, and able to handle high heat and impact. A Master Grade epoxy coating is what you need to accomplish this task.

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Chemical Processing Flooring

Chemical processing epoxy floors are seamless, one-piece membranes with no gaps or cracks where chemicals can leak through and contaminate the environment. This is why they are the best floor option sofr chemical resistance. Not only will chemical-resistant epoxy coating keep the facility safe but it will also keep your employees protected and safe from any potential hazards that the floor could expose them to. Additionally, these epoxy coatings are highly durable, have low odor, and are impact resistant.

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Floors For Chemical Industry Safety

Chemical processing concrete floors have constant contact with water, oils, grease, and high concentrations of chemicals. They are known to be a good option for chemical resistance and are even used in commercial kitchens as well since they are food safe. They require a heavy-duty industrial floor coating that can tolerate regular chemical spills. Chemical-resistant epoxy coatings offer durable protection, that is slip resistant & chemically resistant. A great option for areas with heavy or light traffic.

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The purpose of any flooring in a chemical processing facility is to keep it safe for employees and visitors. A slip-and-fall accident could put someone out of work and have a huge impact on the bottom line. An epoxy floor coating can provide a durable, long-lasting surface that is easy to clean and won't allow chemicals in the air or liquids on its surface.

Epoxy & Concrete Floors For Chemicals Plants

Epoxy is an excellent, high-performance material to use in chemical processing facilities because it is resistant to many common chemicals used in even the highest level laboratories. It also has the ability to be used as a sealant layer between two component surfaces, which means that it can protect against leakage from above-grade flooring systems and underneath concrete floors that are exposed for inspection purposes. Epoxy is also very safe for workers because it does not contain toxic materials or volatile organic compounds (VOCs). In other words, it is chemical-resistant epoxy flooring that will keep everyone safe from harm.

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Epoxy Coatings For Chemical Processing Plants

Chemical processing plants rely on industrial strength materials, machinery, equipment, and facilities in order to operate safely and efficiently on a daily basis. That includes coatings that are both abrasion resistant and slip resistant, but also come with the added benefits of being waterproof, stain-proof, and acid proof too. Used for commercial and industrial purposes, this flooring is simply the best option for environments that will be processing chemicals.

Master Grade Epoxy Systems

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We furnish and install the epoxy floorings with the help of our own company crew who knows how to install the floors professionally without giving you any point to intervene. You just tell us the location and we will be there with our team to meet all your needs.

Our attention to detail and experience in our work has made our clients trust in us and believe in our competency. We make sure that your floor is installed within the required time, at the right place, and just according to your expectations. Our team will install the floor properly, quickly, and successfully.


Epoxy flooring and urethane flooring have a huge advantage when used on older floors as they:

  • Water-resistant
  • Durable
  • Reliable 
  • Affordable
  • High-quality
  • Long-lasting
  • Gives complete protection
  • Are available in several versions
  • Are available with a guarantee
  • Resistant to gouging and scraping
  • Can handle thermal or heat shocks
  • Also can handle cycling shocks 
  • Are composed of permanent non-slip texture
  • Can protect the concrete floor quite comprehensively
  • Can undergo a wide variety of harsh situations and circumstances

Frequently Asked Questions

Does Master Grade Epoxy offer chemically resistant epoxy flooring and installation?

Yes, we do!

Our chemical-resistant floorings are to be applied due to multiple factors and in different situations such as:

  • Oil spillage
  • Fuel deposition
  • During sterilizing and cleaning preparations
  • Spillage of food products and ingredients
  • And many other factors are also included in the requirement of the chemical resistant coating for the industries that have to find alternatives to protect the floors

Call one of our representatives today for more information about chemical-resistant floor installation for your chemical processing facility in the Greater Toronto Area.

Chemical processing facilities and industries require proper epoxy floors that are made up of high-quality materials and can bear all types of chemical-based effects. If you want we can also investigate the floors of your industry, and give you the right options from which you can select, and our team or working crew will install it all by themselves. 

Epoxy resin that we use will never allow any chemical to come in contact with the old floor and they are well prepared to encounter the chemical splash/ spill condition if ever faced.

Which type of epoxy flooring is best for a chemical processing facility?

If you’re a chemical process facility, epoxy floors are the best option for your facility. Epoxy coating is abrasion resistant. It can withstand heavy impacts and traffic, making it ideal for manufacturing facilities that require a durable flooring solution.

Epoxy coating is slip resistant. The surface of epoxy floors features an aggressive texture that prevents slipping even when wet or when dust accumulates on the surface of the floor.

Epoxy coating is chemical resistant. When compared to other types of flooring materials, such as vinyl and concrete, epoxy will not absorb contaminants like paint thinner or solvents so they won’t harm workers who walk on these surfaces after they have been contaminated with chemicals used in manufacturing processes (such as paints).

Epoxy is also acid resistant which means that acid spills from tanks won’t eat away at your floors like they would concrete or some other types of surfaces!

Why is safety important in the chemical industry?

Safety is a top priority for all chemical companies, especially those that work with hazardous chemicals. This is because safety is the most important thing when it comes to working with chemicals. Safety is the most important issue in the industry and therefore you should always make safety your number one concern when handling your chemicals.

Is epoxy flooring chemical resistant?

Epoxy is a polymer resin and a thermoset polymer. It’s also known as epoxy resin and epoxy hardener or just epoxy. Epoxies are used in many industries, including chemical processing plants, aerospace, marine construction and offshore drilling rigs.

A polymer is a large molecule made up of many repeating units called monomers. When the monomers form bonds with each other, they link together to form long chains that can be molded into various shapes by heating them above their melting point (the temperature at which they become liquid). The longer the chain gets — that is to say, the more monomers are added — the stronger it becomes; this process is called polymerization.

Is epoxy floor acid resistant?

The answer is definitely yes, epoxy coating is acid resistant and alkali resistant.

Epoxy floors are made to resist many chemicals, acids, alkalis, and bases. The resin used in the coating reacts with the chemicals so that they don't affect the surface or cause damage to it.

Is epoxy floor coating toxic?

Epoxy floor coating is non-toxic and safe to use around humans, children, pets and food. The epoxy polymer does not contain any harmful chemicals. It is a very safe material for your home or workplace.

Epoxy floor coating has been used in schools to coat children's toys without causing any health problems.

Is epoxy safe?

Epoxy is a non-toxic, non-reactive, and non-flammable substance. It's safe to use in your home or business, with no health risks associated with using the product. While it's possible for breathing in epoxy fumes over a long period of time or prolonged exposure may cause irritation in some people's lungs, this is not a common experience for most people who use epoxy flooring products.

If you're worried about your health and safety when working with epoxies, there are some precautions you can take:

  • Wear protective gear like gloves and goggles while mixing the resin and hardener together (to avoid skin contact)
  • Avoid breathing in any dust or fumes if you're sanding down an old floor before applying new epoxy
  • Cover up any areas where dust might gather (like under cabinets)

What chemicals are used for epoxy?

Epoxy is a resin. A resin is a chemical that can be hardened into a solid form. Epoxy resins are polymers, meaning they're made up of long chains of molecules bonded together to create a molecule with repeating units. The repeating unit in epoxies is epoxide (a three-atom ring), which gives them their name. When you mix together two parts resin and one part hardener, you get an uncured mixture—more commonly known as glue!

Because it's so strong, epoxy has many applications in modern life—from making sidewalks to coating the insides of boats or even your favorite guitar pedals!

Is epoxy slippery?

Epoxy can be slippery when wet, but not when dry. The worst thing about this is that epoxy floors are often used in areas where water is expected, like kitchen floors and bathrooms. It's important to note that even though an epoxy floor may appear dry to the touch after you wipe it with a towel, moisture may still remain in the surface of the plastic if it has been sitting there for a long time or was not completely dry before painting. This means that your beautiful new floor could become dangerously slick when someone steps on it with wet shoes! To avoid this problem, always make sure all traces of moisture have been removed from the surface before applying your coatings.

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