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EMS FLOOR GROUP is a 100% Romanian company with over 10 years of international experience in the field of synthetic floors, which was achieved by completing various large scale projects in various industries.

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The EMS FLOOR division is the reason why the company was born back in 2010. It started out with a staff of 4 people, managing to exceed 80 employees in less than 10 years, in the synthetic floors division only. During all this time, it managed to exceed 1 million square meters of built epoxy and polyurethane floors.

EMS implements flooring systems for a wide variety of spaces – including food industry spaces, stores, as well as sports fields, parking lots, clinics and offices. The main concern of EMS Group is to make sure that all of these are executed to the highest health and safety standards, both for the beneficiaries of the buildings and for their clients or employees, and for the environment in general.

EMS Floor projects go beyond the borders of Romania, and are located in countries such as: Belgium, Luxembourg, The Netherlands, France, Hungary, Germany, Spain, and even Nigeria.

The expertise of the Floor division begins therefore with the people who run the company and are working in the field themselves, professionals who worked directly side by side with workers on all levels of execution. The Floor division consists, at present, of 80 employees of which 70 are floor applicators organised in 12 teams. They are always trained and organised by project managers with an extensive experience in constructions and especially in applying epoxy floors.

Projects

Proiecte

Epoxy floors

Epoxy floors are synthetic flooring systems built from epoxy resin based materials which when applied on rigid supports in multiple layers provide high physical, chemical and mechanical resistance to the support layer they are applied on.

The benefits of epoxy floors

  • They are waterproof: they offer complete isolation to the support layer they are applied on;
  • They are completely monolithic: they don’t have gaps/joints, making it impossible for the microbial flora to develop on the floor if cleaned daily;
  • They are hygienic;
  • They have anti-dusting properties: they reduce exposure to allergens;
  • They are slip-resistant: structured finishing achieved by adding quartz sand, thixotropic agents or glass microspheres;
  • They can be applied over old floors such as tiles or mosaic;
  • They show chemical resistance in highly aggressive areas – including resistance to iodine, acids etc.;
  • They are easy to clean and maintain;
  • They are UV resistant;
  • They are aesthetic and versatile.

Use

In the food industry

  • Polyurethane floors based on self-leveling polyurethane mortars
  • Polyurethane floors based on sprinkled and sealed polyurethane mortars
  • Polyurethane floors based on cementitious polyurethane mortar

Hospitals, clinics, medical field

  • Self-leveling epoxy/polyurethane floors
  • Epoxy paint type epoxy floors
  • Decorative epoxy/polyurethane floors with colored quartz/chips

Schools, educational establishments and public institutions

  • Self-leveling epoxy/polyurethane floors
  • Decorative epoxy/polyurethane floors with colored quartz/chips
  • Epoxy paint type epoxy floors
  • Polyurethane sport floors

Pharmaceutical industry

  • Self-leveling epoxy/polyurethane floors
  • Epoxy paint type epoxy floors
  • Decorative epoxy/polyurethane floors with colored quartz/chips

Aerospace industry

Epoxy paint type epoxy floors

Shopping centres, malls, coffee shops

  • Self-leveling epoxy/polyurethane floors
  • Decorative epoxy/polyurethane floors with colored quartz/chips

Parking lots

  • Multi-layer epoxy/polyurethane resin systems

Production and storage spaces

  • Self-leveling epoxy/polyurethane floors
  • Epoxy paint type epoxy floors

Automotive industry

  • Self-leveling epoxy/polyurethane floors
  • ESD antistatic self-leveling epoxy floors
  • Epoxy paint type epoxy floors

Offices

  • Self-leveling epoxy/polyurethane floors
  • Decorative epoxy/polyurethane floors with colored quartz/chips
  • Self-leveling epoxy/polyurethane floors

Fields of use

Epoxy paint type epoxy floors

Floors applied in thin layers = film forming, are the most simple synthetic flooring systems. They are applied as a protection film with a thickness varying between 0.35 mm and 1 mm.

Epoxy paint is a viable solution which can be applied to any type of project: in storage areas, stairs, including light production spaces. The main reason for choosing this type of floor is low maintenance and lower price.

This type of finishing extends the life of any floor, increases traffic resistance, resistance to chemical agents, and creates a cleaner, more sanitary environment.

Even though this is not a design type system, the finishing can be chosen according to destination and can be very easily executed both in the smooth and slip-resistant version.

Decorative epoxy/polyurethane floors with colored quartz/chips

Systems based on epoxy resins with colored quartz/chips can be used in hospitals, pharmaceutical industry, offices, production and storage spaces.

This type of system is both a design system and a high traffic resistant system, resistant as well to aggressive chemical agents such as those found in the pharmaceutical industry. The system has a high slip-resistance level but it is, at the same time, an aesthetic, easy to maintain system.

This system makes use of either epoxy or polyurethane resin, the type of resin being selected to match the destination of the space.

This type of flooring system can be implemented in layers of variable thickness between 2 mm and 6 mm.

ESD antistatic self-leveling epoxy floors

ESD antistatic self-leveling epoxy floors are applied according to a special procedure. Their role is to offer additional protection to people and tools that operate in spaces which produce electronic components for the automotive, aerospace, medical industries etc. All materials that make up such a system have antistatic properties, and when properly applied, form a mass conductive system.

ESD floors require increased attention both in application and operation. The minimum application thickness is 2 mm and the use of material must be thoroughly observed.

Just like any other epoxy floor, this type of system has a high durability, a long lifespan, is easy to maintain and has a smooth finishing.

Multi-layer epoxy/polyurethane resin systems

Multi-layer floor systems can be both epoxy and polyurethane and are mostly used in parking lots. Depending on the destination of the space, existing traffic, parking type – indoor, outdoor, required slip-resistance level, exposure to chemical agents, ramps, a specific type of system is recommended.

The purpose of these floors is to offer a long lifespan to the floor, to absorb shocks and to create a healthier and friendlier environment. The color range is smaller, consisting mainly of sub-shades of gray, but they are lightened up with the help of colored markings.

From a finishing point of view, they are always slip-resistant and the slip-resistance level can vary depending on parking distance and location.

Self-leveling epoxy floors are applied by pouring in a layer at least 2 mm thick. This type of flooring is made of epoxy resin and has a smooth or slip-resistant finish depending on its destination. This type of systems can be used in hospitals, clinics, pharmaceutical industry, automotive industry, production and processing plants. The self-leveling epoxy system is ideal for creating a modern environment, as well as for maintaining a healthy working environment. It is a continuous floor with no gaps, it is antistatic, and it provides extra value to any project due to its resistance to use, waterproofness and low maintenance which are so important in the industry.

Polyurethane floors

Polyurethane floors are synthetic flooring systems built from polyurethane resin based materials which when applied on rigid supports in one or more layers provide high thermal, mechanical chemical and physical resistance.

The benefits of polyurethane floors

  • They are elastic, they take over support layer crazing;
  • They are completely monolithic: they don’t have gaps/joints, making it impossible for the microbial flora to develop on the floor if cleaned daily;
  • They are hygienic;
  • They are specially treated to be used in food industry;
  • They are exceptionally thermal resistant;
  • They are slip-resistant: structured finishing achieved by adding quartz particles; (JUST LIKE EPOXY)
  • They can be applied over old floors such as tiles or mosaic;
  • They show higher chemical resistance compared to other synthetic floors in highly aggressive areas – including resistance to iodine, acids etc.;
  • They are easy to clean and maintain;
  • They are UV resistant;
  • They are aesthetic.

Fields of use

Polyurethane floors based on self-leveling polyurethane mortars

Self-leveling polyurethane mortar is an accredited HACCP flooring. It is durable and resistant to substances used in food industry where there is the need to meet higher quality, safety, cleaning and hygiene standards.

This type of flooring system can be implemented in layers of variable thickness (between 2 mm and 6 mm) and are the best solution for areas where foods are produced, processed and packed.

The product is characterised by an outstanding adherence and a high mechanical chemical and thermal shock resistance level.

Self-leveling polyurethane mortar has a higher adherence force than the resistance to compression and plucking which concrete has, for example.
The chemical, physical and composition traits of this type of system put it in a top place as far as food industry spaces are concerned. Among those traits, it is worth mentioning the thermal expansion coefficient, similar to that of concrete, which allows for it to move together with its support during a normal thermal circle. Another important trait is its resistance to high temperature ranges (between -20 °C and +90 °C). As far as the finishing is concerned, it is a fine, smooth and matte final surface.

Self-leveling polyurethane mortar is used in spaces specific to fish and meat processing industry, to milk and dairy processing industry as well as to drink processing spaces.

Polyurethane floors based on sprinkled and sealed polyurethane mortars

The self-leveling sprinkled and sealed polyurethane mortar is an accredited HACCP flooring. It is durable and resistant to substances used in food industry where there is the need to meet higher quality, safety, cleaning and hygiene standards.

This type of system has the advantage of being resistant to high temperature ranges with values between -20 °C and +90 °C. The product is characterised by its high adherence to the support layer as well as its resistance to mechanical, thermal, and chemical shocks.

Its antibacterial properties as well as its thermal expansion coefficient similar to that of concrete make it the perfect solution for high circulation spaces and spaces with specific resistance needs to chemical agents. This flooring system can be applied on 7-10 day old concrete, after a prior preparation of the support layer. It can be colored in any of the available shades and the applied layer is 6-9 mm thick.

Self-leveling sprinkled and sealed mortar can be used in food industry spaces such as those in fish and meat processing industry, in milk and dairy processing industry, drink processing spaces as well as in the chemical industry.

Polyurethane floors based on cementitious polyurethane mortar

The system based on cementitious polyurethane mortar is compatible with spaces in food industry which require resistance to very high temperature ranges with values between -40 °C and +120 °C.

The product is characterised by its high adherence to the support layer as well as its resistance to mechanical, thermal, and chemical shocks. Its antibacterial properties as well as its thermal expansion coefficient similar to that of concrete make it the perfect solution for high circulation spaces and spaces with specific resistance needs to chemical agents. This flooring system can be applied on 7-10 day old concrete, after a prior preparation of the support layer.

The final surface has a textured aspect due to the aggregates in its composition. It is also highly resistant to abrasive factors, chemical agents and mechanical damages. The flooring layer can be colored in any of the 8 available shades and the applied layer is 6-12 mm thick. This not only gives it a long lifespan, but also higher functionality together with an adequate and pleasant aspect.
This type of flooring is used in spaces specific to fish and meat processing industry, to milk and dairy processing industry as well as to drink processing spaces.

Polyurethane system for gyms

In the case of handball fields, indoor tennis, indoor football, volleyball and basketball, flooring systems are essential in order to create necessary comfort for the people using them, but they also need to comply with certain technical requirements. A multi-layer system is an obvious option in this respect, especially since it uses rubber as a base layer.

This first layer is attached to the support surface using a strong adhesive. It is followed by an intermediate layer for pore closing and by two polyurethane layers.

The system is sealed afterwards with a polyurethane top coat which is available in various color options. The technology used in the implementation of such flooring systems ensures a higher resistance to wear and higher durability.