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Solvent-Based vs. Water-Based vs. 100% Solids Epoxy

Epoxy resins are used broadly in many types of concrete floor finishes. Epoxy floor coatings offer a range of benefits, including: Long term durability Long lifespan Exceptionally customizable in color and appearance Flexible installation to accommodate the needs of specific facilities, including: Moisture vapor transmission (MVT) mitigation Acid, alkali and chemical resistance Slip resistance Static […]

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Introducing FloroTallic

Watch out, decorative “stained concrete”, there’s a better floor in town!  Meet the latest Florock high performance innovation:  The FloroTallic System. Like popular “acid-stained concrete”, this new flooring provides a desirable multi-hued, dappled look.  But, that’s where the similarity ends! FloroTallic, as Compared to “Stained Concrete” . . .  Provides Superior Performance Choice of Florock […]

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New Floropoxy 4900 and 4905

Team Florock is proud to introduce 2 new Floropoxy 100% Solids Epoxy Systems – Floropoxy 4900 and Floropoxy 4905. Faster curing with the 2:1 mix ratio some professionals prefer, and field-tintable with Florock 100% Solids Colorants, these new systems are already gaining popularity. The chart below compares the two latest additions to the Florock line […]

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Expert’s Tips

Last month welcomed the newest member of the FloroCrete concrete floor finishes family, FloroCrete HD! Amid the excitement, customers expressed the need for a summary of the various FloroCrete Urethane Mortar products. We’re glad to oblige! As you may know, FloroCrete products offer properties far superior to typical epoxy flooring. They protect against thermal shock, […]

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New FloroCrete HD — Better than Yoga?

No doubt about it – being a Plant Manager can be stressful! Take Matt K., for example. He’s under doctor’s orders to watch his blood pressure. To learn more, let’s check in on Matt’s day…and keep track of his BP readings! “Annual Maintenance Shutdown is coming up. Ok, what needs to be done? (BP: 80/115) […]

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