Metal Flakes in Epoxy A Revolutionary Step in Epoxy Floor Coatings

Adding mica metallic flake or chip to resinous flooring adds a crystalline luster to your flooring. There are several kinds of mica minerals in these unique flakes, including muscovite, phlogopite, biotite, clintonite, and others. Mica minerals have an extremely tight basil cleavage. It is formed by separating hexagonal atoms of a mica mineral into sheet-like pieces, separating the color groups into standardized sizes, and separating the flakes into standardized colors. Unlike other engineered minerals, these flakes provide a natural metallic luster.

The mica flakes are available in 3 different sizes, in different color blends, and in solid colors.  Their thickness varies between 4 and 5 mils.

 Depending on what you want to achieve, the more chips you use, the less base coat color you see and the more chips you see.  The indicated sizes are approximate and may differ within a range.

Color Chips Decorative Epoxy Floor Coating Systems can be used with Pure Metallic Natural Metallic Additives. Minerals gathered from multiple sources are crystallized in Pure Metallic additives. In a high-temperature and high-pressure environment, it takes a long time to form. These additives consist of mostly semi-transparent flakes that are available in a wide range of colors. They are the most unique clay minerals available on the market.

The Original Color Chips flooring chips & epoxy in conjunction with the Natural Metallic gloss of the Pure Metallic additives add a rich luster, and upscale appearance to the floor. You can achieve distinctive designs such as granite and marble by putting Pure Metallic additive flakes on your floors. Your project has an endless number of possibilities depending on the way you approach it.

Using these specialty chips with your blend will add shimmer to your floor. It’s the shine of the chip on the floor that really makes it stand out. A brushed-metal look is more attractive than a chrome finish.

Specimen flakes are made from metallic chips. Despite the fact that the pictures do not capture the sparkle’s effect in a blend. Mica countertops are similar to this. This color has an elegant look and almost resembles an aluminum color.

For high-traffic garage flooring and commercial flooring requiring durable slip-resistant performance concrete coatings, Americas Industrial Coatings offers seamless metallic epoxy flooring systems that feature suspended reflective pigments and floor flake chips for a three-dimensional effect.

Utilize metal flake epoxy resin to create the look of granite or to add an element of elegance to any room. You can transform your living space into something spectacular with real mineral flakes that have a brilliant shine and translucent beauty. Epoxy floors help you add durability and contemporary appeal to your home. The little touches you make during a remodel can make a huge difference in the outcome. Adding commercial and residential properties to your design skills will broaden your horizons.

Natural mineral compounds naturally form small translucent flakes of metal or metal alloy called metal flakes for epoxy. This additive can create a natural stone look with sparkle and shine when mixed with epoxy resin. This product will withstand the test of time. Floors will retain their beauty for their lifetime.

 If you spread out the coverage across the entire surface, you can create an overall luster. A custom look will be applied to every surface you cover. It will be impossible not to be amazed by the brilliant shine of the metal flakes, regardless of the time of day or night.

 

We Get Asked These Questions

Is color pigment necessary in epoxy resin containing metal flake?
Metallic flake epoxy does not require any color pigments. Adding a base coat of paint will serve as a good starting point.

The resin’s surface contains sharp metal flakes. Are they visible?
It is not possible for scratches or cuts to occur due to the small and thin mineral flakes used.

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