The installation of resin flooring ensures factories and laboratories meet all safety and hygiene requirements. Not only that, but it benefits the people that operate within it.

Above all, it offers a very durable, corrosion-resistant and can withstand heavy footfall. In addition to this, the surface is so easy to clean. These properties make it an ideal solution for industries where hygiene is of the utmost importance like food production and pharmaceutical.


We supply and install all three forms of resin flooring. These are: Epoxy, PU and MMA and each come with their pros and cons.


Probably the most recognised resin flooring option, Epoxy is more often than not the choice for electrical conductive flooring. A core benefit of this variety is that it seamlessly bonds with concrete. This benefit allows for the protection of the underlying concrete floor and from abrasion, wear and a range of oils and chemicals.

A notable drawback to this surface is that once damaged; the owner must fully replace the surface. Another disadvantage of epoxy flooring is that it has the longest cure time of the three options. This fact means unplanned replacements may lead to a short-term shortfall of business operations.


Commonly known as “acrylic glass”, MMA is a thermoplastic resin and fulfils several needs within industrial settings including chemical, electrical and slip resistance.

A key advantage of MMA is swift installation and curing times. Because of these, this flooring solution can be installed and be fully operational throughout a weekend and keeps production downtime minimal. Another positive is that this solution is simple to upgrade and repair. This solution tends to last considerably longer than other systems and should be a consideration when comparing prices. 


Polyurethane, often shortened to ‘PU’ offers the same resilience as MMA when it comes to abrasion, chemical and impact damage. PU flooring has the additional benefit of being heat resistant and therefore, an ideal floor for business with hot machinery and apparatus like bakeries.

The main drawback of this system is that it takes considerably more time to set than other choices. Because of this, extended operational downtime for the initial installation and repairs have to be taken into account.

Furthermore, Food Sector Construction supplies and installs durable and robust flooring to your existing surfacing in a range of colours and finishes. Not only that, our experienced team can provide you with the expertise to find the perfect technical solution for your hygiene conscious business.

New resin flooring at a food factory in Bow, London

Amongst other things, a resin-based floor is non-slip which prevents work-place accidents.

TSC foods Complete factory layout

Also, the surface is available in many different colours depending on customer requirement.

Laying resin flooring

Resin floors bulk up the existing surface to allow easy alterations to falls for smooth drainage.

PVC Wall and ceiling cladding in a food factory

This surface can be installed quickly and efficiently. In addition to this, it is low maintenance and damage-resistant.




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