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Extreme motion poured resin floors

This motion floor was a bespoke order, with extreme patterns

Many of our clients request a motion floor - two pigments blended together to create some natural movement in the flooring.

More often than not this is used to imitate the finish of polished concrete, in various shades of grey. However, occasionally we are asked to produce a bespoke motion floor, in alternative colours - and our hand-applied finish allows control over how extreme this motion effect can be.

Extreme motion blend

At Zero Degrees we created a bespoke motion floor with specific pigments and an extreme variation of colour, resulting in this dynamic floor finish that creates an immediate impact. This bespoke colour was obviously used with our ToughSphere system to create the anti-grip slip-resistant finish that's perfect for hospitality environments.

Monochrome patterns

This beautiful bespoke floor is truly unique - immediately striking and perfectly reflected in the smooth geometry of the furniture. We love the monochrome colour palette but it's the birds eye shot that really shows it off in all its glory - a true piece of art!

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ToughSphere technical data

Thickness 3mm
Layers 3
Elasticity 150%
Shore Hardness D60
Abrasion Resistance Very Good
Slip Rating R10-R11 EN 51130
Fire Classification Bfls1 EN 13501-1
Thermal Resistance tbc
Emission Free YES AgBB
Area Use Classification 34 EN685
Application Time 4-5 days
Impact Sound Reduction 4dB
Impact Sound Reduction with Shockpad 17dB
Resistance to Chair Castors Good EN 425
Colour Range Almost any colour
FeRFA Type Type 5, 7 BS 8204
Guarantee 5 years

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