Extreme Temperatures

  • Extreme Temperatures
  • Extreme Temperatures
  • Extreme Temperatures

Extreme temperatures can occur during installation as well as during day-to-day operations. The practicalities of many types of buildings or of some construction projects will mean that the floor is going to have to be installed at temperatures either approaching or below freezing point. Many resin systems are not up to the task, with the majority of resin based flooring needing to be installed at no less than 5°C to properly cure.

This is often the case in large warehouses, cold storage rooms or locations exposed to the elements like car parks, where it is either not desirable or even possible to raise the temperature of the site. However where the temperature is low but the need for a seamless, colourful and durable resin finish is high, then specialist methyl methacrylate (MMA) solutions tailored to the location’s temperature can be utilised to create the desired finish. A catalyst is incorporated within these floors that allow them to achieve a full cure despite the inclement conditions.

Extreme temperatures can also occur as part of the function of a facility, such as food and beverage manufacturing. Floors need to stand up to heat, cold and thermal fluctuations. Flowfresh SR offers these facilities thermal protection with a temperature tolerance from minus 40°C to 120°C.

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