Materials

Polyaspartic Floor Coating

Protect and enhance your floors with fast-curing, V-resistant polyaspartic coatings by Apex Epoxy Flooring. Book a consultation with our flooring experts and experience 4x stronger coating materials for your property.

Material Description

Polyaspartic Floor Coatings

Apex Epoxy Flooring polyaspartic floor coatings consist of a two-part polyaspartic resin system. This SPARIC-ALL™ RM Polyaspartic Coating material from Elite Crete Systems uses a base resin and a hardener which are mixed together just before application to initiate the curing process. Our flooring company uses this for protecting interior flake or quartz broadcast floors, concrete and polished concrete.

Moreover, polyaspartic unique resin floor coating systems are highly resistant to environmental factors that can cause premature wear and deterioration. Polyaspartic poured resin floor are engineered to exhibit superior chemical resistance, UV stability, and mechanical strength compared to traditional coating materials such as epoxy or urethane. With proper maintenance, polyaspartic-coated floors can last more than 20 years for commercial, industrial and residential properties. 

Upgrade Your Floors with Polyaspartic Epoxy Coatings

Apex Epoxy Flooring has seen a high demand for polyaspartic floor coatings among property owners in Florida. Beyond their durability, more individuals are starting to adapt and upgrade with this material for both interior and exterior applications. Here’s why polyaspartic floor coating is the perfect solution for your property:

Low Viscosity

Moisture Tolerance

Our polyaspartic top coat contains moisture-resistant polymers and additives that create a barrier against moisture infiltration. These polymers are designed with an aliphatic polyurea backbone which provides the coating

with a high degree of impermeability to water and moisture vapor. This component is responsible for repelling water molecules and preventing them from penetrating the coating and reaching the substrate.

Low Thickness

Low Thickness

Polyaspartic coatings can be applied thinly while still providing robust protection and coverage. It boasts a high solids content, referring to the proportion of non-volatile components in the coating formulation.

This high solids content contributes to the coating’s ability to form a durable protective layer while minimizing the volume of solvents or water present.

UV Exposure Stability

UV Stable

Apex Epoxy Flooring polyaspartic coatings use UV inhibitors or UV stabilizers in the coating formulation. This means effectively shielding the underlying substrate from UV-induced degradation and discoloration even when exposed to sunlight.

Adhesion

Inter-coat Adhesion

The strong inter-coat adhesion in polyaspartic coatings is primarily facilitated by their unique chemical composition and curing mechanism. Polyaspartic coatings undergo molecular cross-linking,

where the polymer chains within the coating material form strong bonds with each other as they cure. This allows successive layers of polyaspartic coating to bond firmly without using primers or adhesion promoters.

Environmentally Friendly

Low VOC

Our flooring company uses polyaspartic floor coating material that are free from such as benzene, toluene, xylene, and formaldehyde. These are organic chemicals that evaporate into the air and may pose health risks

 to humans and the environment. That is why we follow careful coating materials selection to minimize emissions of harmful chemicals, especially during installation

Reduced Bubbling

Reduced Bubbling

Reduced bubbling in polyaspartic coatings is made possible by their unique combination of low viscosity and exceptional self-leveling epoxy. The low viscosity allows the coating to flow smoothly and evenly over the surface,

 facilitating the expulsion of air bubbles during application. Moreover, the self-leveling epoxy floor property ensures that the coating settles evenly, minimizing surface imperfections as it cures.

Next-Day Return to Service with Polyaspartic Flooring

Polyaspartic floor coatings offer property owners the convenience of next-day return to service through its 1.5 to 3-hour rapid curing time after application. Unlike traditional coatings that can take days to cure, polyaspartic coatings are ready for use within 24 hours after application, thanks to their quick molecular cross-linking process.

Thanks to the fast-curing nature of polyaspartic formulations, Apex Epoxy Flooring professionals typically complete the application process in just one day. Thus, allowing property owners to resume normal operations quickly, minimizing downtime and maximizing productivity. Contact us today to schedule your installation and enjoy durable and lasting floors with minimal downtime.

Frequently Asked Questions

Whether you’re a residential, commercial or property owner, Apex Epoxy Flooring is here to address all your queries about incorporating polyaspartic coatings into your projects. You can also contact our flooring experts to book a personalized consultation for your epoxy flooring installation.

Yes, polyaspartic coatings can be recoated. Unlike some traditional coatings that require extended waiting periods between coats, polyaspartic coatings can typically be recoated within a few hours to a day after the initial application. This makes it convenient to apply multiple layers for enhanced durability or to refresh the appearance of the surface.

Yes, polyaspartic floors are worth it for many property owners due to their durability against heavy foot traffic, impacts, and chemicals. Moreover, polyaspartic coatings have a fast curing time that enables quick installation and minimal downtime. They are also UV stable, meaning they won’t yellow or degrade when exposed to sunlight.

In many cases, polyaspartic coatings do not require a primer. Unlike some other coatings that rely on primers for adhesion to the substrate, polyaspartic coatings typically have excellent adhesion properties on various surfaces, including concrete, metal, and existing coatings. However, certain substrate conditions such as moisture-prone and contaminated surfaces may require a primer to enhance adhesion or address compatibility issues.

Cleaning polyaspartic coatings can be done using a mild detergent or pH-neutral cleaner mixed with water. Begin by sweeping or vacuuming the surface to remove loose debris, then mop the floor with the cleaning solution and a soft-bristle brush or mop. For tougher stains or spills, gently scrub the affected area with a non-abrasive pad or sponge. Avoid using harsh chemicals, abrasive cleaners, or acidic solutions. Once clean, rinse the surface thoroughly with clean water and allow it to air dry or dry with a clean towel.

A typical application consists of two coats: a base coat followed by a topcoat. However, some projects may require additional coats for enhanced durability or to achieve specific aesthetic effects. You can also consult with an Apex Epoxy Flooring professor to the appropriate number of coats for your property’s floor surface.

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