Resilient flooring and surfaces
The most common resilient flooring and surfaces are made from PVC, linoleum or rubber. They are available in rolls and in tiles. They are lightweight materials, very similar to install and are commonly used in areas subject to intense traffic.
Continuous flooring systems are usual made by epoxy or polyurethane resins, or by a mix of both. They are applied in liquid state and then harden by a drying process, creating a continuous and joint-free surface.
Traditionally this type of pavement was related to industrial building, but nowadays its use is extended to several building typologies.