WAREHOUSE FLOORING
STRONG SURFACE
The critical importance of warehouse floors. The single most important element of warehouse construction is the quality of the floor. As stacking heights have increased, floor quality has become even more critical. Imperfections in floors are magnified when product is stored up to 30 feet high.

RESISTS TO HEAVY LOADS

Warehouse flooring must be able to support very heavy loads. First, there is a series of static loads under the pillars of the racking units. Then there are some dynamic loads produced by the handling equipment, for example, stacker cranes for pallets.

Loads generated below the pillars of the racking units are point loads of great intensity, concentrated on a very small surface area and distributed evenly across the entire grated surface of the warehouse floor.

IMPERMEABLE TO LIQUIDS

To ensure that the floors in warehouses are not adversely affected by frequent wet cleanings, and the soil through which no environmentally hazardous substance has penetrated, the coating must not allow liquid to pass through.

RESISTANT TO MECHANICAL STRESS

Warehouses often move transport, so the floor covering must have improved characteristics to withstand shear stresses. The same property should have floors in the garages.

POSSESSING CHEMICAL RESISTANCE

Warehouse floors in the chemical industry are subject to the influence of aggressive liquids: solvents, paints, acids, etc.
Insensitive to temperature changes: Industrial floors in factories, where elevated temperatures are used with frequent changes, are often violated prematurely. Particularly relevant, additional reinforcement of the base is for storage facilities with access to the street, freezers and refrigerators.

NON-SLIPPERY

Both in dry and wet conditions, to ensure the safety of transport and pedestrians.

RESISTANT TO ABRASIVE ABRASION

One of the main factors in the destruction of storage floors.