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A resin floor in a train workshop that has completely worn through to the concrete.

The Right Specification


The aim of a resin flooring specification is to paint a bigger picture for everyone involved – the main function of the floor, the conditions it will face, and a range of expectations surrounding performance, lifespan etc. Therefore, the focus should be on defining the project’s needs at this point rather than trying to select the perfect product.

1 Industrial and Commercial Resin Flooring Projects


For industrial and commercial projects, the following elements should be considered when putting a specification together:

Primary Function
Shutdown
Site Conditions
UV Exposure
Chemical Exposure
Abrasion/Wear Resistance
Impact Resistance
Slip Resistance
Cleaning Regime
Lifespan
Warranty


2 Decorative Resin Flooring Projects


For decorative projects, the following elements should be considered when putting a specification together:


Primary Function
Shutdown
Site Conditions
UV Exposure
Design
Colour
Gloss Level
Scratching & Scuffing
Slip Resistance
Cleaning Regime
Lifespan
Warranty


The information above is intended as a starting point for discussion only. Please feel free to add your thoughts on what an effective specification should involve. Your comments will be added to the other industry feedback we receive.


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