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Flooring Systems

Polydeck 4000

Our flooring system, offering cleaning easiness and excellent chemical resistance.  

In cases such as industrial areas, warehouses and workshops, where cleaning easiness and excellent resistance to a wide range of chemicals is required, Polydeck 4000 is the most suitable system to use. It is a a solvent free epoxy resin floor and wall system that provides a durable coating/self-levelling. This system may be applicable even in the cases of covered car park with light to moderate traffic

Polydeck 4000, epoxy non-exposed area coating system, Highly durable, abrasion resistant, UV stable, car parking light traffic, moderate traffic.


What you will need

Polyprime EP, Polypoxy FC/SL


  1. The surface should be dry, free of any cement laitance, oil, grease, curing compound and any other deleterious materials. Light mechanical scrabbling, grit/captive blasting or grinding is recommended for cleaning the surface of such contaminants. New concrete surfaces must be 28 days old and the moisture content on the surface should be less than 5%.
  2. Refurbishment of existing or old floors must be done with a suitable repair mortar, in order to ensure that the bond between the old substrate and the new flooring system is very good.
  3. Surface irregularities and blow holes shall be repaired with Polypoxy BF (Epoxy resin based blow hole filler and skimming mortar) or an epoxy resin based scratch coat when repairing larger areas (>0.5m). 
  4. The surface after carrying out the necessary cleaning shall be vacuumed for removing the dust debris left over after the cleaning process.


  1. Prime the prepared surface with Polyprime EP @4-5 m2/L and allow it to dry.
  2. Pour Part B into the Part A pail of the primer and mix thoroughly with a paddle mixer fitted to a slow speed drill for 1-2minutes till a homogeneous and uniform consistency achieved.
  3. Recommend to mix complete kit at a time.


Top Coat: Epoxy Coating

  1. Mix part A (resin) and part B (hardener) separately for 1 minute using a slow speed drill fitted with a paddle mixer fitted to a slow speed drill till a homogenous and uniform mix is achieved.
  2. Then add Part B into Part A and mix thoroughly for 2 – 3 minutes to achieve uniform consistency.
  3. Apply the first coat of Polypoxy FC with a squeegee at the rate of 4m2/L/coat for 250 microns. Dry film thickness on smooth surface.
  4. After the first coat dries off, brush away or vacuum out the excess un-bonded silica. Apply the second coat of Polypoxy FC with a roller at the same coverage rate as the first coat.
  5. Allow the coating to cure for a minimum period of 24 hours prior to subjecting the floor to light traffic movement. For heavy or vehicular traffic movement, the coating must be cured for a minimum period of 7days.
  6. Clean all tools immediately after use with Polysolvent. Hardened materials can be removed mechanically only.


Top Coat: Self Levelling Coating

  1. Mix the contents of both the base and hardener separately for a minute to remove any sediment.
  2. Pour the hardener into the base and mix thoroughly with paddle mixer fitted to a slow speed drill (300-400 rpm).
  3. Then pour the filler into the mixer vessel and mix for an additional 3-5 minutes till a uniform, lump free and homogenous mix is achieved.
  4. Once the material is mixed properly, pour the slurry onto the prepared surface within its pot life.

    The slurry can be spread with a notched trowel. It is always recommended to apply this material for a particular area in a single operation, as joints can be avoided, and a seamless finish can be achieved.
  5. However, for exceptionally large areas where it is not feasible to complete the work in a single day, the edges are to be masked with a tape so that when further application is done the joining of the new and old coatings are smooth and the joint is properly done.


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