The calcium chloride used to prevent ice buildup on our winter roads can be very damaging to concrete floors in indoor parking areas. It can even damage the steel reinforcement structure. This significantly reduces the service life of these costly infrastructures.
The solution to this problem is to install a coating called a waterproofing membrane or parking membrane. It makes indoor parking floors watertight and prevents corrosive products from seeping into the concrete and reinforcement structure.
Our parking membrane consists of several polymer layers, such as epoxy, and some have quartz sand added. This creates a non-slip and safe surface for pedestrians and drivers when the parking floors are wet. Our polymers are also LEED certified (Leader in Energy and Environmental Design).
We only install our parking membrane after properly preparing and repairing the concrete surface.
Features of our epoxy flooring for concrete parking
- Chemical resistant
- Impact resistant
- Abrasion resistant
Epoxy membrane installation steps for concrete parking
Concrete surface prepared
Epoxy primer applied
Epoxy protective layers applied