Synthetic Materials for Industrial Floorings

Industrial Flooring MaterialsChemical composition of synthetic materials for industrial flooring includes: Filler, Pigments, Additives, Solvents and/or water.


  • Macromolecular organic connection. Macromolecules are molecules with  a molar mass from 10.000 g/mol upwards, up to several million g/mol. A macromolecule or a collective of macromolecules, which are formed via a Polyreaction  are called Polymer. Polymers develop due to the linkage  of hundreds of basic molecules (“monomers”) to form large molecules
  • Defines the polymer structure.
  • Dictates the basic technical properties, such as mechanical and chemical resistance etc.


  • Inorganic solids (chalk, quartz flower etc.) or solid organic polymers
  • Influences the mechanical properties, such as flow, surface structure etc.


  • Inorganic and/or organic solids with “chromophoric” properties (carbon black, oxides /phthalocyanine)
  • Define the specific colour shades


  • Usually low molecular organic connection
  • Control specific material properties, such as aesthetics, de-earation, adhesion etc.


  • Inert, usually synthetic organic fluids
  • Influence the flow properties, curing times etc.


  • Dispersion