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 Abrasion resistant

Abrasion resistance is the ability of a surface to stand up to wear and tear caused by foot and mechanical traffic and mechanical equipment. Given time, all floors will experience wear – scuffing, scratching and rubbing away of the surface.


  • Avoiding scuff and scratch marks that render a floor less attractive, especially in commercial environments and public spaces.
  • Standing up to abrasion due to heavy equipment and forklift traffic in manufacturing environments.
  • Saving time and money on floor repair or replacement due to a worn surface or unattractive look


Chemical resistant

Chemical attack can destroy floors, walls, and linings quickly. The quick destruction of floors, walls, and linings due to chemical attack cost companies time and money. Protection for their harsh environments is crucial to their success.Stonhard’s chemical-resistant flooring systems contain properties that protect these areas from spills, splashes from acids, alkalis, solvents and other corrosive elements. 


  • Extending the functional life of floors, thereby saving time and money in replacing the damaged materials.
  • Protecting the appearance of floors against chemical stains.
  • Meeting environmental and safety standards in the case of tanks and containment areas.



Sustainable (“green” or “eco-friendly”) floors utilize sustainable and/or recycled materials. Floors can also be considered eco-friendly based on the disposal of the materials upon replacement. Poured-in-place, seamless floors are part of the building’s structure, unlike many other products.


  • Making a commitment to a healthier planet
  • Meeting regulations and low emissions criteria
  • Promoting the use of recycled or renewable materials


High – impact resistant

High-impact floors are durable and stand up to impact from other materials, whether they are dropped tools on manufacturing floors, scalpels on an operating room floor, or the unremitting tap from high heels. These types of impact will typically indent and gouge a floor or shorten its lifespan. High-impact floors better withstand such conditions. 


  • Avoiding holes, gouges, and indentations in the floor
  • Keeping floors attractive, especially when they are in view of clients
  • Saving money and time on the replacement of flooring areas or the entire floor


High strength

When it comes to floors, strength often relates to compressive strength – the capacity of a flooring material to withstand heavy loads and resist compression (density/materials being pressed together). Compressive strength looks at how much of a load a floor can handle and is usually reported in relationship to a specific technical standard.


  • Standing up to the weight of heavy equipment and traffic
  • Saving time and money on floor repair or replacement due to failed or worn flooring.


High traffic

High-traffic commercial flooring systems will stand up to constant use in busy areas for many years with minimal maintenance.

  • Minimizing disruption of business in busy areas due to floor replacement
  • Keeping floors in good looking and operating condition despite constant use
  • Saving money on frequent repairs or replacement of flooring material


Low odour

Keeping odor to a minimum is an obvious consideration when installing any materials in industrial or commercial environments. Everyone wants to consider health and follow regulations in order to eliminate harm to personnel and limit the disruption of operations.


  • Protecting the health of employees and visitors during installation
  • Fewer distractions for employees due to chemical odors
  • Advantages to installation in areas where ventilation is not optimal
  • Avoiding costly shut-downs


Slip resistant

Slip-resistant flooring protects against hazardous conditions in your facility where liquids or other materials may come in contact with the floor causing people to slip. Textured, slip-resistant flooring reduce the risk of these events, keeping your facility safer from potential injury or accidents.


  • Preventing slip-and-fall accidents which cause employees or visitors physical and/or emotional trauma
  • Preventing financial loss (e.g. liability payouts, legal fees, an increase to insurance premiums, increased administrative costs) related to the medical expenses of an injured person or lost work time of an employee


Thermal shock

Hot, cold and hot again. Floors that are designed to stand up to extreme temperatures and extreme changes in temperature are thermal shock and thermal cycling-resistant. Floors are often exposed to these extreme conditions due to processing, equipment, and cleaning.

Protection from thermal shock and cycling are critical to the longevity of a floor. Without this protection, the floor will fail.


  • Preventing cracking of the floor
  • Saving lost time and money in the repair or replacement of floors
  • Providing good working conditions for employees
  • Maintaining floor aesthetics


Water resistant

Water-resistant floors are able to resist the penetration of water to some degree. Water-resistant floors have properties that protect against water, but these floors are not waterproof, which is impervious to water. Water-resistant floors and walls will likely survive an encounter with water, but it will depend on the amount of water and how often the contact occurs.


  • Protecting floors against damage and costly repairs
  • Saving time due to replacement or repairs that would be needed without water-resistant flooring.
  • Protecting employees and visitors against safety hazards like buckled or broken floors.



Seamless flooring doesn’t have any seams, ridges or joints. Seamless floors are poured-in-place epoxy, urethane or methyl methacrylate formulations becoming a natural part of a building’s very structure.


  • High performing qualities like impact, abrasion and chemical resistance
  • A surface that is easy to clean
  • A safer surface — no joints or ridges offer numerous benefits related to foot traffic, rolling equipment, bacterial growth, and more
  • Environmental considerations — seamless floors do not end up in landfills and can incorporate recycled or renewable content.
  • A smooth surface for a better work process — think of a hospital corridor where patients are being wheeled on gurneys or a manufacturing plant where forklifts and equipment are driving up and down busy traffic aisles
  • As a design element, seamless floors produce a clean, sleek look that is highly-coveted in commercial environments.


Easy – to – clean

Easy-to-clean floors have properties that resist the absorption of material into the surface, making for less laborious process during cleanup. In addition, floors that do not have seams or joints will not trap material and are therefore easier to clean.


  • Spending less time cleaning floors and walls in a busy environment
  • Keeping floors and walls free from bacteria in order to meet infection control goals
  • Avoiding accelerated wear from constant rough cleanup procedures
  • Offering a manageable workload for employees responsible for maintenance
  • Saving time and money on cleanup routines and procedures
  • Providing a consistently clean environment for visitors


Fire resistant

Fire-resistant flooring systems include properties that are resistant to fire and will not structurally fail for a specified amount of time, reduce the spread of flames and smoke in the event of a fire-related incident within a facility.


  • Reducing the spread of flames and smoke throughout a facility or area
  • Providing greater protection of people and property during a fire-related accident/incident
  • Gaining peace of mind/security against careless actions (e.g. the discarding of lit cigarettes)



Anti-microbial floors help block microorganisms, such as the growth of bacteria, fungi, and molds. Seamless, poured-in-place floors are naturally bacteriostatic and fungistatic because there are no seams, welds, or grout lines where bacteria can harbor and potentially grow. The seamless structure also makes the floor easier to clean, which supports anti-microbial efforts.


  • Inhibiting microbial and fungal growth as part of an organizations’ hygiene program
  • Increasing protection against harmful bacteria where patients and staff are present or where food and beverage products are being produced
  • Promoting clean and sanitary conditions
  • Building a reputation as an organization that takes action against contaminants





  • Light-weight
  • Non-combustible
  • Easy to install


  • Hygienic frames reinforced with synthetic resin infill
  • No cavity corners inside
  • Perfect surface finish
  • Grating lock system
  • Gratings for any load class


  • No burrs or sharp edges
  • No corners or cavities inside the drain
  • Hygienic backfilled frame edge
  • Gratings available for any load class
  • Sediment basket and sand bucket to catch debris
  • Save money
  • Impact resistant
  • Food safe
  • Water resistant
  • Repairable
  • Chemical resistant
  • Frost resistant
  • Available in all RAL colours

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Pham Van Tu - Managing Director