Epoxy Resin Flooring - FeRFA Type 4

Ryegrip is the collective name for a range of resin flooring systems produced by "sandwiching" abrasive aggregate between layers of epoxy resin.

Ryegrip floors exhibit excellent slip resistance combined with good abrasion and chemical resistance. The degree of slip resistance, overall thickness and durability is governed by the resin system and the size and type of abrasive aggregate used.

Ryegrip flooring has a profiled surface available in plain or in a decorative coloured quartz matrix.

Additional Reference Material

Multi-layer flooring, aggregate dressed systems based on multiple layers of floor coatings or flow-applied floorings, often described as 'sandwich' systems, Medium/Heavy duty, >2mm
Advantages & Benefits
  • Excellent Slip Resistance
  • Good Chemical Resistance
  • Attractive decorative quartz versions 
Typical Areas of Use
  • Breweries
  • Chemical processing
  • Food Preperation Areas
  • Pedestrian Walkways
  • Production areas
  • Plant Rooms
  • Wet Areas

Compressive Strength


Flexural Strength


Lap Shear Bond Strength


Elastic Modulus


Ease of decontamination to BS4247:Part 1 Test A


Slip Resistance

Low potential for slip

For further information on this product, please contact our Technical Department on 01634 957 520

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