Our systems utilize decades of industrial coating formulation and manufacturing experience to exceed the standards of today’s resinous floor professionals. We have engineered our epoxies, polyurethanes and polyaspartic coatings to be safer to work with while minimizing installation schedules and improving long-term durability.
Many of our products feature next-generation plant and water-based elements that perform remarkably better than traditional coatings. These materials also significantly reduce a project’s carbon footprint. For our clients, this means less hazardous emissions, better results and superior long-term performance.
Solid color flooring systems are among the most widely used for heavy-traffic commercial & industrial flooring applications. These systems can be designed in a number of ways to achieve varying levels of thickness, impact and chemical resistance. In addition to our 12-standard colors and 5-safety colors, Resinwerks has the ability for on-demand color matching in any of our epoxy or urethane pigments. Wear surface texture can be easily adjusted to achieve specified traction coefficients and all materials are available in anti-microbial additives - ideal for Healthcare and Food & Beverage applications.Download Color Chart
Resinwerks chip & flake flooring systems combine high-quality blended vinyl flakes with epoxy and polyaspartic coatings to create a highly functional and aesthetically pleasing floor. Ideal for all types of environments, epoxy flake floor coatings offer a custom finish that can be designed to suit any space. Available with either a lightly textured or completely smooth surface, seamless chip applications are easy to clean while offering excellent resistance to abrasion and long-term wear.Download Brochure
The Bio-Cem™ polyurethane concrete systems from Resinwerks are engineered for fast-turn around with performance suited for the most demanding applications, including slabs with elevated moisture vapor emissions. Due to its high tolerance for thermal shock, Bio-Cem™ is a preferred choice for applications such as brewery floors, restaurant kitchens, and food manufacturing.