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HEALTHCARE – Hospitals, Aged Care, Medical Centres

Choose from our wide range of resin & cement based coatings, toppings & waterproofing systems that will provide you with a bright, attractive and easy to clean surface that is both durable and chemically resistant.

Our products are long-lasting solutions for new or old floors and are specifically designed to withstand high-level traffic areas.

Typical areas & applications:

  • Patient wards
  • Operating theatres
  • Public areas such as entrances, waiting rooms, corridors, etc.
  • Catering kitchens, cafeterias, cafes
  • Laundries
  • Loading docks
  • Garbage areas
  • Gymnasuims & rehabilitation areas
  • Car Parks
  • Trafficable rooftop & external areas
  • Administration, office & retail areas
  • Safety markings – internal & external
  • Anti-slip flooring
  • Waterproofing

Epoxy Flooring In Hospitals 

Hospital floors experience an enormous amount of foot traffic on a day-to-day basis. Quality, durable flooring is required to withstand the high-level of wear and tear caused by beds and machinery consistently being moved around hospital areas. Choosing flooring that’s aesthetically pleasing, safe and comfortable to walk on is essential. 

Why is durable flooring important for hospitals?

Hospitals must adhere to health and safety standard regulations, and flooring is one way to uphold these frameworks. This is why Epoxy flooring in hospitals is a perfect choice. With its slip resistance, Epoxy helps minimise one of the most common safety hazards; slip, trip stumble. In addition, it keeps any hospital environment sterile (especially in operating theatres)and reduces costs over time. 

If you have any questions about Epoxy flooring and its applications, contact us.

 

Our products

Choose from our wide range of resin & cement based coatings, toppings & waterproofing systems that will provide you with a bright, attractive and easy to clean surface that is both durable and chemically resistant.

Our products and systems have been formulated to deliver long-term solutions for your new or old floors.  

Apart from typical industrial type coating & topping systems, we also offer a range of decorative terrazzo & polished concrete overlays that are perfect for front of house areas such as entrances, offices, public areas, food & retail areas, etc. 

Hychem offers a full range of ESD & Anti-Static solutions that will provide you with the performance characteristics you and your application require.

We can also supply a variety of engineered cushioned sports surfaces which are ideal for gymnasiums, games areas, courts, etc.

FAQs

Why use Epoxy flooring in hospitals?

It has many safety benefits, and it’s the most versatile flooring system that can withstand any high-traffic industry. It’s also slip-resistant. 

How long will Epoxy flooring last?

Epoxy floors are made to last. With care and maintenance, they’ll last approximately 10-20 years. 

Does Epoxy flooring scratch easily?

Epoxy flooring is highly durable and easily outperforms any other flooring

Our products are long-lasting solutions for new or old floors and are specifically designed to withstand high-level traffic areas.

Typical areas & applications:

  • Patient wards
  • Operating theatres
  • Public areas such as entrances, waiting rooms, corridors, etc.
  • Catering kitchens, cafeterias, cafes
  • Laundries
  • Loading docks
  • Garbage areas
  • Gymnasuims & rehabilitation areas
  • Car Parks
  • Trafficable rooftop & external areas
  • Administration, office & retail areas
  • Safety markings – internal & external
  • Anti-slip flooring
  • Waterproofing

Epoxy Flooring In Hospitals 

Hospital floors experience an enormous amount of foot traffic on a day-to-day basis. Quality, durable flooring is required to withstand the high-level of wear and tear caused by beds and machinery consistently being moved around hospital areas. Choosing flooring that’s aesthetically pleasing, safe and comfortable to walk on is essential. 

Why is durable flooring important for hospitals?

Hospitals must adhere to health and safety standard regulations, and flooring is one way to uphold these frameworks. This is why Epoxy flooring in hospitals is a perfect choice. With its slip resistance, Epoxy helps minimise one of the most common safety hazards; slip, trip stumble. In addition, it keeps any hospital environment sterile (especially in operating theatres)and reduces costs over time. 

If you have any questions about Epoxy flooring and its applications, contact us.

 

Our products

Choose from our wide range of resin & cement based coatings, toppings & waterproofing systems that will provide you with a bright, attractive and easy to clean surface that is both durable and chemically resistant.

Our products and systems have been formulated to deliver long-term solutions for your new or old floors.  

Apart from typical industrial type coating & topping systems, we also offer a range of decorative terrazzo & polished concrete overlays that are perfect for front of house areas such as entrances, offices, public areas, food & retail areas, etc. 

Hychem offers a full range of ESD & Anti-Static solutions that will provide you with the performance characteristics you and your application require.

We can also supply a variety of engineered cushioned sports surfaces which are ideal for gymnasiums, games areas, courts, etc.

FAQs

Why use Epoxy flooring in hospitals?

It has many safety benefits, and it’s the most versatile flooring system that can withstand any high-traffic industry. It’s also slip-resistant. 

How long will Epoxy flooring last?

Epoxy floors are made to last. With care and maintenance, they’ll last approximately 10-20 years. 

Does Epoxy flooring scratch easily?

Epoxy flooring is highly durable and easily outperforms any other flooring

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