Industrial flooring has to be able to accommodate to different requirements, depending on the purpose. Its properties depend on the type, load, and frequency of use. Some should be resistant to mechanical wear, traffic, chemicals, temperature, slipping, impact, leakage, fire, others have to have short drying time, be easy to maintain, etc. Industrial parquet flooring was popular for a while, but it was quickly overshadowed by more advanced flooring technologies. Modern industrial flooring can be categorized into two major groups, namely mineral-based (quartz and levelling compounds) and resin-based (epoxy, polyurethane, polyester, and polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA). Epoxy resin is the most common type. Mineral-based flooring includes dust-proof flooring, which are a great choice for workshops and power substations, thick flooring, suitable for car parks and production halls, thin self-levelling flooring, used for warehouses and automobile repair shops, thick self-levelling flooring for heavy industry, conductive self-levelling flooring used in healthcare institutions, IT facilities, post offices, etc. Check out other tips we’ve prepared, and use our calculator to see industrial flooring prices. You can also always contact our experts, and they’ll be more than happy to reply.