Epoxy Range

Epoxy resin is a type of thermosetting polymer that is formed by the reaction of an epoxy resin and a hardening agent or curing agent. It is a versatile material that can be used in a wide range of applications due to its unique properties such as high strength, durability, and resistance to chemicals and heat.

There are different types of epoxy resins available, and they can be categorised based on their chemical composition and curing mechanisms. 

Epoxy resins are widely used in the construction industry for various applications such as flooring, coatings, and adhesives.

Epoxy Resins Uses


Epoxy resins are often used as a flooring material due to their durability, resistance to chemicals and abrasion, and ease of maintenance. Epoxy coatings are commonly used for industrial flooring in factories, warehouses, and garages. They are also used in commercial and residential settings for decorative flooring applications.


Epoxy coatings are often used to protect concrete surfaces from wear and tear, chemical damage, and moisture intrusion. They are commonly used on concrete floors, walls, and ceilings in industrial, commercial, and residential settings.


Epoxy adhesives are used in construction to bond various materials such as concrete, wood, metal, and plastic. They are commonly used in structural applications such as anchoring bolts and reinforcing concrete structures.


Epoxy sealants are used to fill cracks and joints in concrete structures to prevent water intrusion and to provide a smooth and even surface for coating or painting.


Epoxy grouts are used to fill gaps and voids in concrete structures and to anchor bolts and other structural elements. They provide high strength and durability and are commonly used in industrial and commercial settings.

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