Warehouse Floors

Warehouse floors are a main area of work for Ashley Industrial Flooring Limited, typically ranging in size from a few hundred square. meters to well over 5,000 sq. m. With our own vacuum-blasting equipment, we are able to undertake coating large areas quickly and efficiently, including if required, extensive concrete repair work such as filling large numbers of racking bolt holes and re-instating expansion joints.

Some recent case studies:-

European Braking Systems, Trafford Park – a power-floated floor required a coloured coating with aisles and line-marking.
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Greenbank Technology, Blackurn – an old warehouse required divots filling, a bright
resin coating and line-marking.
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MGF, Allerton – a worn floor that needed concrete repairs and because of a very porous slab, an epoxy primer and two coats of high-build epoxy.
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Prolite, Blackburn – an old warehouse required hundred of bolt-holes to be filled before the concrete was prepared and two coats of high-build epoxy resin were applied.
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Klash Clothing, Oldham – a refurbished mill with a worn mixed concrete/asphalt floor need a hard wearing floor finish for use as a large clothes warehousing facility.

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Former B & Q Warehouse, Altrincham – an old floor had considerable numbers holes and cropped bolt-heads in addition to latex and vinyl stuck to large parts of the slab. After preparation and repairs, tow coats of high-build epoxy resin were applied..

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