Mechanical performance requirements
There are three main aspects:
1. Abrasion resistance: Which vehicles will be used when the floor is in use?
2. Pressure resistance: How much load will the floor bear?
3. Impact resistance: Will the impact force cause shelling and peeling of the floor?
Chemical performance requirements
Consider the following two aspects:
1. Acid and alkali resistance: the type and concentration of corrosive chemical substances in use.
2, solvent resistance: the type of solvent and contact time when used.
Floor location conditions (waterproof, moisture-proof)
Depending on whether the floor is located on the ground floor or on the ground floor, do you need a moisture-proof treatment or choose a special moisture-proof floor?
1. Grassroots strength: C25 and above, generally requires compressive strength ≥20Mpa;
2. Flatness: Does it need to be repaired with epoxy mortar?
1. Color requirements: Do you need color division?
2. Brightness requirements: choose matte or bright?
3. Flatness requirements: Are there any requirements for the flatness of the floor?
If the floor is in a greasy environment or on a slope, you need to choose epoxy anti-corrosive floor and epoxy non-slip floor.