We manufacture a range of seamless, safe resin flooring systems designed to withstand the tough demands of automotive factory assembly and production lines, paint shops and car and truck plants, as well as areas where packaging, storage and distribution are in operation.
Tough and durable
Floors in auto manufacturing areas need to be durable to withstand heavy wheeled traffic, machinery, moving equipment and heavy footfall, but also be resistant to chemicals and oils. In areas susceptible to extreme abrasion and impact, we have heavy duty finishes; our FasTop and Resuscreed range of systems provide solutions up to 10mm in thickness for long term durability.
Electro-Static Discharge (ESD) control
The Sherwin-WIlliams range of Resustat static dissipative systems can control spontaneous transfer of electrostatic charge to prevent damage to electronic components during production. Our Resutat systems
have an electrical conductivity leakage resistance and give anti-static ohms readings in line with BS EN 61340.
These systems still provide chemical and impact resistance, and are easy to clean and maintain. They also come in a range of finishes, so you don’t have to sacrifice looks for function; Resustat ESM produces a gloss finish, Resustat SL a matt finish, whilst Resustat Terrazzo
uses natural stone for a heavy duty decorative finish.
A better working environment
Sherwin-Williams resin flooring systems for automotive manufacturing are seamless, strong, slip-resistant and safe for pedestrian footfall. This safety that can be enhanced by the integration of bespoke zoned areas to support health and safety. With our Resucoat range of epoxy resin coatings, we can tailor the surface profile of the finish to achieve the correct balance between a non-slip texture and ease of cleaning.
But whatever the resin flooring system you choose, you’ll have peace of mind that you’ve got support from Sherwin Williams.
From spec to protect, talk to us about how we can help you through every stage of your flooring journey. Why not call us today?