Epoxy paint

Epoxy coating material

Paint / Oil / Latex

Epoxy adhesive

Epoxy laminate

Epoxy resin

Epoxy sealant

Epoxy seal

Epoxy hard bonding

Epoxy acrylic coating


The two separate components are mixed together, and provide a barrier forming coating. An epoxy coating is resistant to water, including salt water, most cleaners, mild acids, solvents and shop chemicals, including gasoline.
































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Commercial Epoxy Paints and Coating

Epoxy paints are extremely difficult for non-professionals. The importance of epoxy in coating a concrete slab is vital because of the bonding between the concrete and epoxy. Paints and wallcovering can become damaged as epoxy coatings fail. A well prepared surface will prevent these failures. Preparation of a surface is different depending on whether you are painting a concrete floor slab, garage concrete slab, concrete walls, etc.. Once the surface is prepared these coatings can be applied. remember when you apply Epoxy coatings  you can put a sand like ingredient to prevent it from being slick called silicone

Industrial and commercial
epoxy floor coatings can replace alternative flooring and will not break. The flooring will not become slick and is as strong as the concrete it is coating. Industrial coating and commercial coating, require a respective preparation to the known contaminants of the building environment. Taking measures to remove these chemicals from the concrete will help the epoxy coating to bond. Once bonded, additional layers of paint, sealant, urethane, etc. can be applied to the flooring.

   Epoxy photo  Makes your floor   look almost new

Epoxy or polyepoxide is a thermosetting epoxide polymer that cures (polymerizes and crosslinks) when mixed with a catalyzing agent or "hardener". Most common epoxy resins are produced from a reaction between epichlorohydrin and bisphenol-A . Exposing epoxy and almost everything what is connected with epoxy resins, epoxy paint and epoxy floor coatings

 Add   Luminescent Pigment glowing powder

  To your Epoxy


When using epoxy resin and hardener, vinegar is an effective and safe solvent to clean up tools, brushes, skin, and most surfaces. Acetone can also be used, but it is very volatile and flammable, unlike vinegar. Vinegar is safer for cleaning epoxy resin from human skin than acetone: both liquids will dissolve the resin, but the resin/acetone solution can easily pass through the skin into the bloodstream, unlike vinegar. White vinegar can even clean up epoxy resin that is beginning to cure/harden. DME (Dimethoxyethane) is also a good solvent for epoxy resin and hardener that gives off very little vapor. However, none of these substances is an effective solvent for epoxy that has cured.

 Health risks

The primary risk associated with epoxy use is sensitization to the hardener, which, over time, can induce an allergic reaction.

Both epichlorohydrin * Epichlorohydrin is a precursor to glycidyl  nitrate, an energetic binder used in explosive and propellant compositions.*The epichlorohydrin is reacted with an alkali nitrate, such as sodium nitrate, producing glycidyl nitrate and alkali chloride.
 and bisphenol A * are suspected endocrine disruptors. 

According to some reports Bisphenol
A is linked to the following effects in humans:

  • oestrogenic activity;
  • alteration of male reproductive organs;
  • early puberty induction;
  • shortened duration of breast feeding;
  • pancreatic cancer


Commercial epoxy paints and coatings, by our painters, will use professional skills and application methods to deliver a finished product worth paying for. Because of an epoxy paint's thickness and bonding, it is important that a unified thickness of coating is applied to the concrete using a consistent mixture. Either of these can result in peeling or adhesive failures. Hire a professional painter experienced in commercial epoxy paints and coatings,
Great Western Painting.

Our experience painting industrial and commercial buildings has helped us to focus only on such projects. Working within such an atmosphere some painters have skill while others do not. It is important to work with qualified painting professionals, because your industrial or commercial building demands professionalism. Speak with a representative at Great Western Painting today!