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Industrial floor coatings

A Customer Writes:

Dear Advanced Resin Solutions,

It’s not often I get the chance to really maximise the use of my spare time and bring out the best of my latent talents. But on a recent occasion, I was lying on the sofa in my wife’s dressing gown watching daytime TV and doing a risk assessment. How long I could dunk a malted milk biscuit into a hot cup of tea before it would melt in half? I can now report that it happens surprisingly quickly. And often. Until it comes to a point where there is so much biscuit in there that it just stands on top like the monolith in 2001: A Space Odyssey.

By bizarre coincidence, it was at that exact point I noticed that the telly appeared to be full of angry hominids promoting a theme of broken bones and serious injury. It was an advert for

After this abrupt intermission, I was left with the impression that we are surrounded by a vast population of the terminally clumsy. Worse. These people are actually so shiftless that they invite themselves to workplaces around the country where they fling themselves from any available staircase, ramp or helicopter landing pad that has been inadequately treated with the correct paint. Crunch! Is that the sound of breaking bones? Who is this unconscious lout spurting claret all over the bottom of my stairwell? Let me see … he has an emergency bracelet … let’s have a look … what’s his blood type … let’s see … it reads … “IN EMERGENCY … call 0800 NO*WIN*NO*FEE now!”:

Then I woke up. It was just a terrible dream. But it made me think, it really did. So I got on the phone immediately to Advanced Resin Solutions and I have to thank you for putting my mind at ease. Now that you have kindly agreed out of the goodness of your hearts to come and get paid for repainting my factory floor, I can get back to dreaming about dunking biscuits again.

Yours sincerely,

Mr S Purious

Resin Bound Surface
Resin Bound Surface

Our Reply:

Dear Mr Purious,

Thank you for enjoying our floor paint.

Perhaps you would be kind enough to tell all your chums about the huge range of floor paints we have available for every imaginable surface application, such as:

Anti-slip compounds that contain a light aggregate, ideal for ramps, staircases and walkways. Important for preventing slips in public areas. It is a legal requirement for floors to have enough grip whether wet or dry for people to walk on and it can be applied in one thick coat.

Some safety paints are specially produced for outdoor use and are weather resistant.

High visibility Flourescent and Luminous floor paint.
Safe, odourless, non-flammable surfaces for food preparation areas, easy clean and resistant to repeated and regular washing with water and detergent.

Hardwearing floor paint for high traffic areas and forklift trucks.

Rapid Setting MMA, which cures in only 2 hours, allowing you to work around its installation.

Specialist floor paints that are resistant to spilled chemicals, cutting oils, dairy products and foodstuffs.

Self-levelling surfaces, suitable for heavy duty environments.

Please see the pictures of a recent job we did in Birmingham: a 2,900 sqm high build epoxy coating with anti-slip compound. The red colour was chosen for Health and Safety purposes to provide a visual reference for the working area.

Keep safe!

Best regards,

Advanced Resin Solutions