Industrial Flooring

Epoxy floors are available from Duraamen as a dependable and long-lasting option for industrial flooring. Keep reading to learn more about industrial flooring.

Epoxy floor coatings are typically applied over industrial floors to provide a smooth, high-performance surface that can withstand heavy loads and last for many years.

Duraamen, we understand how necessary this is for many industrial buildings, warehouses, and commercial structures. Epoxy flooring is the only or most convenient way to maintain the floor in perfect condition. Find out about the benefits of epoxy flooring

Types Of Industrial Epoxy Floorings 

Epoxy flooring is available in several varieties, each with a distinct function. Here are various epoxy floor coating types you can find at Duraamen and the most typical uses for each.

  • Simple- These are versatile and solid and are frequently utilized in upscale dining establishments and public spaces.
  • Flake- This epoxy is typically seen in kitchens, swimming pools, locker rooms, showrooms, and sporting venues.
  • Graveled – Can be altered and embellished with various designs, like a company logo.
  • Metallic – For individuals who seek metallic accents, finishes, and effects, metallic is ideal.
  • Self-levelling – Concrete and uncoated surfaces are covered with self-levelling to give them a polished appearance.
Types Of Epoxy Floorings

Epoxy flooring is the number one choice for any industrial construction. However, just like any type of flooring, epoxy floors have their benefits and drawbacks to consider before deciding whether to install them.

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Advantages Of Industrial Flooring In Dubai

  • Epoxy coatings will produce a glossy, reflective surface.
  •  A room with an epoxy floor might have a 200% boost in brightness.
  • It provides a rigid, long-lasting surface that can sustain constant, intense traffic.
  • Epoxy floors may be installed quickly and easily.
  • Solid and easy to clean.
  • Ideal for industrial settings and warehouses, and occasionally no paint is needed to cover the epoxy finishing.
  • It creates a smooth surface, repels oil stains, beads water, and wipes incredibly clean.
  • When correctly applied, epoxy floors can survive for many years.
  • Epoxy can cover over chips and cracks when combined with paints and colours.
  • It can create a surface resistant to chemicals appropriate for manufacturing facilities.
  • Epoxy floors improve safety by replacing concrete floors with a surface that is heat and fire-resistant.
  • Epoxy floors can create spaces for Driveways and walk-ins by combining several layouts.
  • Prevent damage to the concrete floor’s current state.
  • Epoxy flooring is thought of as green building material.
  • Some materials can be coupled with self-levelling materials used on fresh or pre-existing concrete.
  • Requires little to no serious maintenance.
Advantages Of Epoxy Floorings

Disadvantages Of Industrial Epoxy Flooring

  • A freshly placed epoxy releases unappealing scents while being installed.
  • Depending on the thickness of the coating, the epoxy curing process may take several days to complete.
  • Despite the non-porous nature of epoxy flooring, it can become slippery when damp.
Disadvantages Of Epoxy Floorings


Epoxy flooring is the perfect option if you seek a solid, long-lasting, and inexpensive solution for floor covering. As you can see from the list above, the advantages outweigh the drawbacks. 

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These drawbacks could also be overcome, for example, by wearing safety equipment or coating something with a slightly coarse surface to make it non-slip and secure.

If you’re constantly asking yourself, “where can I get the best industrial epoxy flooring near me?” Then you are in the right place.  Contact us to get a free quote on the best industrial flooring kits


The bulk of a commercial concrete slab can be about six inches thick. However, the edges of the aprons are usually thicker by 8-10 inches.

The most common type of cement used in the UAE is Ordinary Portland Cement. This type of cement is versatile and durable to withstand extreme weather.

When higher strength is required, 53 Grade OPC cement is used in RCC, higher grade pre-stressed concrete, cement grouts, quick plugging mortars, etc. When initial setting time is not crucial, 43 Grade OPC Cement is frequently used for plastering projects, non-RCC constructions, paths, etc.

ASTM International is one of the primary sources of international standards utilized frequently in the UAE.

The numbers 33/43/53 represent the cement cube’s compressive strength in Mpa (N/mm2) after 28 days of curing, with a 7.06 cm*7.06 cm*7.06 cm cement mold.