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Engineered to Perform

We design floor finishes so that you get the performance you want. Structure, thickness, texture, colour, resistance to chemicals can all be tailored to what you need from the floor.

Using approved variations, we make industrial floors relevant for their intended use, keeping costs down whilst building durability in.

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UV Sealer


Regulating Layer

Before we apply a new floor finish,


  • We will look at your floor to determine what attention the existing floor will need before a new floor finish is applied.

  • Establish what you want or need from a new floor surface

  • Discuss what slip, chemical, thermal & load resistance the floor will have to cope with.

  • Confirm the amount of time available before the area is put back into use.

  • Propose a detailed scope of work for your approval

We also consider;

  • Types of Resin There are several types of resins (Epoxy, Polyurethane, Methyl Methacrylate, Polyurea, Polyaspartic & Polymer resins) each with individual characteristics which make them better (or less suited) to particular applications and site conditions.

  • Surface Flatness SR2 Specification is generally the standard in most buildings, but occasionally an SR1 Specification is needed (to achieve a far flatter surface).

  • Drainage Requirements - Where liquid spillage is likely, we also consider drainage requirements and can build in graduated floor levels to help aid liquid dispersion to drainage points as part of our design.

BIF will provide options for either a standard system from a UK manufacturer, or an alternative solution from manufacturing partners we work closely with in mainland Europe, so y