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What is vebrores and where is it installed?

vebrores is a range of epoxy and polyurethane floor and wall coating systems designed for use in industrial manufacturing, processing, warehousing and fulfilment facilities.

vebrores systems are installed in a wide variety of scenarios ranging from heavy-duty, heavily trafficked, high or sub-zero temperature wet and dry processing areas through to light duty areas looking for a protective coat to seal the concrete substrate.

What are the main benefits of choosing vebrores systems?

Each vebrores system offers a number of individual benefits dependent on the service criteria to which the cured and finished surface will be subject to, these includes excellent chemical, slip and thermal resistance as well as colour stability, an easily cleaned, inherently hygienic finish and excellent durability underfoot and rubber-wheeled forklift traffic.

What vebrores options are available?

All systems come in a range of decorative colour options or aggregate blends and can even be tailormade to custom or corporate colours on request.

Antistatic grade versions of many vebrores systems are also available for sensitive component production or processing facilities alongside fast cure options where time is of the essence and a fast return to service is required.

vebrores Systems

vebrores EP HBC MT (Distant Blue)

vebrores EP HBC MT

vebrores EP HBC MT is a pigmented, moisture-tolerant, high build epoxy floor coating system.

vebrores EP Topcoat SR (Ruby Red)

vebrores EP Topcoat SR

vebrores EP Topcoat SR is a pigmented, solvent-free, scratch coat primer and epoxy resin floor coating system designed for use in industrial spaces.

vebrores EP HBC Composite (Traffic Blue)

vebrores EP HBC Composite

vebrores EP HBC Composite is a durable, solvent-free, high build epoxy composite floor coating system built in layers.

vebrores EP SC

vebrores EP SC is a water-based, easily-applied seal coating available in a clear gloss and coloured gloss finish.

vebrores EP HBC

vebrores EP HBC is a pigmented, solvent-free, easily-applied high build epoxy floor coating designed to protect concrete substrates.

vebrores EP HBC SR (Beige)

vebrores EP HBC SR

vebrores EP HBC SR is a pigmented, solvent–free, slip-resistant high build epoxy floor coating system. 

vebrores EP HBC HCR

vebrores EP HBC HCR is a pigmented, high-chemical resistance, easily-applied, high build epoxy floor coating system designed to protect against aggressive chemicals and solvents including Skydrol aviation hydraulic fluid.

vebrores EP SL

vebrores EP SL is a solvent-free, easily-applied, self-smoothing epoxy flooring system, designed to protect concrete substrates, offering outstanding strength and performance.

vebrores EP SL SR (Concrete Grey)

vebrores EP SL SR

vebrores EP SL SR is a solvent–free, slip resistant epoxy flooring system, offering outstanding strength and performance.

vebrores EP Quartz Classic (April Showers)

vebrores EP Quartz Classic

vebrores EP Quartz Classic is a durable, hand–trowelled epoxy quartz flooring system available in a colourful and decorative range of quartz aggregate.

vebrores Compact (Industrial) (RAL 3020 Traffic Red)

vebrores Compact Industrial

vebrores Compact Industrial is a seamless, terrazzo-style, heavy duty epoxy screed designed to withstand punishing service criteria including temperature fluctuations, chemical attack and heavy mechanical loads.

vebrores PU HBC

vebrores PU HBC is a pigmented, solvent–free, flexible, high build polyurethane floor system designed to protect concrete substrates.

vebrores PU SL

vebrores PU SL is a solvent–free, flexible, self–smoothing polyurethane flooring system offering good all–round strength and performance.

vebrores PU SL HD

vebrores PU SL HD is a heavy duty, solvent–free, flexible, self–smoothing polyurethane flooring system offering outstanding strength and performance.

vebrores Technical Data

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vebrores Compact IndustrialvebroresIndustrial & Manufacturing

vebrores EP HBCvebroresIndustrial & Manufacturing

vebrores EP HBC CompositevebroresIndustrial & Manufacturing

vebrores EP HBC HCRvebroresIndustrial & Manufacturing

vebrores EP HBC MTvebroresIndustrial & Manufacturing

vebrores EP HBC SRvebroresIndustrial & Manufacturing

vebrores EP Quartz ClassicvebroresIndustrial & Manufacturing, Retail & Shopping Centres

vebrores EP SCvebroresIndustrial & Manufacturing

vebrores EP SLvebroresIndustrial & Manufacturing

vebrores EP SL HCRvebroresIndustrial & Manufacturing

vebrores EP SL SRvebroresIndustrial & Manufacturing

vebrores EP Topcoat SRvebroresIndustrial & Manufacturing

vebrores PU HBCvebroresIndustrial & Manufacturing

vebrores PU SLvebroresIndustrial & Manufacturing

vebrores PU SL HDvebroresIndustrial & Manufacturing

vebrores FAQs

vebrores

Are resin floors expensive?

Resin flooring can sometimes be more expensive in the short term than using other materials, this can be as a result of a potential increased cost of materials as well as the outlay for specialist trained resin contractors to install the product, but its durability alone makes it an extremely cost-effective option, as you won’t need to replace it for many years.

And, when you take into account other savings that you can generate as a result of selecting resin flooring, such as reduced maintenance, cleaning and energy costs, it makes sense that an investment now will continue to pay dividends in the long term too!

Can resin flooring achieve SR1 flatness?

An extremely flat finish can be critical in the finished goods or raw materials warehousing area of an industrial facility, where racking aisles may be narrow and stacked high. A slight deviation in the floor level could spell disaster for forklift truck operators attempted to retrieve goods.

Epoxy, polyurethane and MMA resin floor systems have a self-smoothing property and, provided their installed by an experienced applicator, are capable of achieving SR1 flatness, making them ideally suited to warehouse spaces.

Their seamless application also means that there are no grout lines or breaks in the floor surface in the driveways of warehouse aisles.

How can I ensure safe flow of traffic throughout my facility?

Demarcation and colour blocking across the floor space can be used in industrial workspaces to notify employees and visitors of workflows, warn of any potential risks, hazards or dangers as well as highlight safe walkways and / or areas that should remain clear and accessible.

Resins are also available in virtually an unlimited palette of RAL colours to complement any floor demarcation processes that you may have in place.

How can resin flooring help to protect against slips and trips?

Slips and trips are one of the most common accidents that occur in the workplace, and one of the reasons for this can be unsuitable floor coverings. With a staff body to protect, it is important to consider this when choosing a floor finish, as well as the service criteria that a floor will be subject to.

For example, areas subject to either wet processes, frequent spillages or those that employ rigorous cleaning regimes such as steam cleaning or hot water wash downs should take particular care to ensure an anti-slip finish when replacing floor coverings or coatings.

Liquid-applied resin floor systems are great to custom build any safety features that you require from your floor within your workspace, surface profiles can be tailored to include quartz, aluminium oxide, glass spheres or silicon carbide in order to enhance the slip resistance profile of the floor finish.

How often do resin floor coatings require repair & maintenance?

Resins are seamless in nature and don’t include joints or grout lines, which are susceptible to harbouring dirt, grease, bacteria and stains in general. Dust and dirt can simply be swept, mopped or hoovered away and the floor cleaned according to manufacturer’s guidelines based on the surface profile of the floor.

Resin flooring is also extremely strong and durable, meaning that it has an extended service life compared to other floor coverings. Installed properly, and with the correct maintenance, it can last for years without cracking or peeling, meaning that you won’t have to replace the floor or carry out repairs as frequently than you would if using other materials.

Is resin flooring chemical resistant?

Epoxy, polyurethane, MMA and polyurethane concrete all exhibit good resistance to a range of chemicals associated with cleaning agents or foodstuffs.

For more aggressive chemicals or food & beverages ingredients such as hydrochloric acid, sugars, oils, blood and detergents, heavy-duty polyurethane concrete provides a resistant surface underfoot.

That said, not all chemicals are created equal, so it’s important to check that your choice of flooring material will be suitable for the specific chemicals found in your processes or facility.

Is resin flooring durable enough for industrial and food processing facilities?

Industrial and manufacturing spaces are often subject to heavy loads, equipment and machinery as well as the constant coming and going of rubber-wheeled forklift truck traffic and other punishing processes.

As a result, durability in a flooring material is often critical to avoid the risk of floor failure or the surface wearing far too soon and having the headache of having to replace it all over again!

Epoxy, polyurethane and MMA resin surfaces have a longer lifespan compared to most other flooring solutions. Resin creates a hard, fast bond that is much stronger than just concrete and is highly resistant and able to withstand impact and heavy-duty industrial wear and tear.

Resin also has the advantage of offering a degree of flexibility under stress; this property gives it durability under impact and thermal shock.

What is the most chemical resistant polymer floor coating technology?

The chemical resistance of flooring materials largely depends on a number of specific factors, including the type of chemical, its concentration, and the temperature and degree of surface contact time.

Polyurethane Concrete

Generally speaking, polyurethane concrete systems such as vebrocrete offer a good degree of chemical resistance to a wide range or acids, alkalis, and solvents. For low to medium concentrations of organic acids such as hydrochloric, acetic, lactic and formic, polyurethane systems demonstrate excellent chemical resistance.

However, some stronger concentrations of these types of acid can cause some surface staining, usually without loss of physical strength properties even at elevated temperatures over prolonged surface contact.

Additionally, polyurethane concrete systems offer excellent chemical resistance to solvents and alkalis at low, medium and high strength concentrations at prolonged periods of contact and temperatures with minimal surface staining and loss of physical strength properties.

Methyl-methacrylate

For chemical resistance to high strength organic acids, even with prolonged exposure, methyl-methacrylate (MMA) chemistries such a vebrospeed offer superior resistance against surface staining without loss of physical strength properties. Additionally, MMA systems offer good chemical resistance to a variety of alkalis at various strength and concentrations. However MMA systems are generally not suited to solvents and should be avoided in facilities where solvents will be present.

Epoxy

Epoxy systems, such as various systems in the vebrores range, are generally suited to weak to medium strength acids including organic and inorganic acids like boric and phosphoric, but are not suited to high concentration organic and inorganic acids. Epoxy systems generally offer good chemical resistance to a variety of alkalis at various concentrations, but are more susceptible to attack from medium strength acids at elevated temperatures. Epoxy systems have limited chemical resistance to solvents dependant upon solvent type, temperature and duration of exposure.

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