GLENDALE, Ariz. – Arizona Polymer Flooring (APF), a manufacturer of high-performance flooring products and concrete coating systems, announces the launch of ColorChrome™ Metallic Flooring Systems, a high-performance resinous flooring system providing durability and elegance in 20 shades.
ColorChrome systems use a metallic mica pigment that can be dispersed in a variety of binders to create seamless floors with a decorative, three-dimensional appearance.
“These systems are perfect for a wide range of decorative flooring products,” said Daniel Owen, president of APF. “Unlike many competitive product lines, the ColorChrome palette extends beyond the typical earth tones, offering users more variety and opportunities for creativity.”
ColorChrome is available in two systems:
· ColorChrome Metallic System: This designer flooring system utilizes high-performance epoxy and polyurethane resins. It’s exceptionally durable and long lasting, offering a range of three-dimensional appearances varying from soft and subtle to striking and vivid.
· ColorChrome FC Metallic System: This fast-curing designer flooring system uses high-performance polyaspartic and polyurea resins. Similar to the ColorChrome Metallic System, it’s exceptionally durable and long lasting, offering a range of three-dimensional appearances varying from soft and subtle to striking and vivid. However, it’s also UV-stable, making it appropriate for outdoor applications too.
ColorChrome systems are ideal for dining areas, restrooms, bars and nightclubs, retail establishments, automotive showrooms, commercial and residential interiors, garage floors and other installations requiring a distinctive finish. Features and benefits include:
· Seamless surface
· Abrasion resistant
· Chemical resistant
· Easily cleaned
· High-quality aesthetics
· Qualifies for LEED projects
Arizona Polymer Flooring Launches ColorChrome Metallic Flooring Systems, High-Performance Resinous Flooring Systems Providing Durability and Elegance in a Broad Metallic Color Palette
Published March 21, 2013
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