Resin Grip™ Case History
||Marion, South Australia
||Light Grey (N35)
The sheet vinyl used in the commercial kitchen was deteriorating after two years of service. Major symptoms
included cracking (at seams, transitions and drains), splitting and peeling.
The hot, wet conditions in these areas can lead to bacterial growth within the cracks/gaps and underneath the failed floor. A new floor had
to be installed urgently, with a seamless, water-resistant epoxy floor well suited.
After the vinyl was removed, it was discovered some sections of leveller underneath had been damaged by
moisture. An epoxy leveller was used to re-level the surface in preparation for coating.
A non-slip finish with an R12 rating was applied as per commercial kitchen requirements at the time.