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What is Metallic Epoxy Flooring

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Metallic is a distinctive multi layered epoxy floor covering system that incorporates the use of an additive blended into a transparent epoxy coating to create effects that are exotic. This metallic powder carries on moving throughout the smoke as it cures producing the lava flow or pearlescent design. Due to this continuous movement of the metallic pigment flooring which use the very same colors will never look the exactly the same.

Here at Sealwell we offer 3 different kinds of metallic epoxy systems based on where the coat will be applied, you’re spending budget, and the look you’re attempting to achieve. All our coating systems use the identical class components as our other products, meaning these systems may be used everywhere and are easy to clean & maintain.

How do you apply it?

There are two techniques to applying our floor coatings which are metallic based on which system you choose. In each individual system however, our Sealwell system will serve as the base coat, making a bond with the concrete.

Metallon 500 is a high build floor coating which will provide the supreme metallic finish with unbelievable depth of colour and the capability to use multiple inside the same floor. Once blended with a drill mixer, this coat has been poured out onto the ground and spread over the whole surface utilizing a squeegee. Optional accent colours can then be paid on the ground and gently blended together with a roller. A final layer is then added to ensure appropriate protection against corrosive substances and corrosive chemicals.

Our Metallon 50 and Metallon 100 systems are color coatings which are somewhat easier to use and have a tendency to be more budget friendly. For these systems you’d just hand mix your metallic additive to your coat and after that roll it out on your floor. An optional second top coat can then be added for durability.

Many colors are available? 

Our Metallic Additives arrive in twelve normal metallic colors, but you aren’t confined to just color options. You could use accent colors that are different through your flooring, allowing for endless levels of creativity and personalization.

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