Full Flake

Paint chip floors are very popular in today's market.  This system offers a durable seamless surface with a unique aesthetic quality.

Similar to the quartz floor, the vinyl paint chips are broadcast into wet coating; normally an epoxy or urethane.  All excess is removed and the floor is normally  topped with chemical resistant urethane, to prevent discoloration.  The chips can be thrown, or broadcast, at various rates and the chip size may be varied.  The final finish has a "spotted" or "speckled" appearance.  This finish helps hide dirt, oil, and other marks, leaving a surface that always appears clean.

A variety of chip colors are available and they may be assembled into any "blend". Silica sand, aluminum oxide, or glass beads may be broadcast with the sand to create a surface with slip-resistant properties.

Check out our Color Card link page with helping choose the right color for you.

Huber Floor
Nice floor located in Monticello, IN. Oxford Grey base with Opal chips
Full Flake
Purdue NW in Hammond, IN
This is a Full Flake Epoxy floor with a Sika High Wear Top Coat, custom blend flake that the customer chose.
Full Flake Epoxy
Tuscany
Truck Retrofitting facility located in Elkhart, IN. Full Flake flooring in the color Granite!
Full Flake