FeRFA Type 6 – Compliant with BS 8204-6, Section 6.2
Uragard HT110W is a general purpose resin screed offering excellent abrasion resistance, chemical resistance and thermal shock resistance.
Uragard HT110W maintains a level of relative flexibility after cure, and provides a fine to medium anti-slip profile as a trowel finished screed. The system can be completed with an optional glazed sealer coat to aid cleanability.
Antimicrobial Resin Flooring – Protected by BioCote Technology
As the only resin flooring company to partner with BioCote, John Lord is able to offer the option of having an antimicrobial resin floor using their proven technology.
Lower levels of microbes on a surface means improved hygiene, reductions in staining and odours, and a delay in degradation of materials, which can extend the functional lifetime of a product.
John Lord is able to achieve up to a 99.99% bacteria reduction in just 2 hours.
Learn more about why you should be using BioCote Protected Antimicrobial Technology in your floors!
- Abrasion Resistant
- Biocide Additive
- Chemical Resistant
- Fast Curing
- Impact Resistant
- Substrate & Floor Adhesion
- Temperature Resistant
- Chemicals Processing
- Distribution Depots
- Drinks Processing
- Dry Processing & Packaging
- Food Processing
- Restaurants & Bars
- Transport Terminals
After so many years in business, we have an extensive portfolio of projects across a huge range of industries that we are proud to put our name to.
Crisp New Flooring for Snack Food Manufacturer
A leading snack food manufacturer was upgrading its existing process areas and needed brand new flooring and drainage systems.
Expertly crafted flooring solutions for a craft beer brewery
John Lord was chosen to install its exclusive antimicrobial resin flooring and stainless-steel drainage systems in this new craft beer brewing facility.
John Lord demonstrates the art of flooring at Aberystwyth University
After heavy rain caused significant flood damage to the Arts Centre at Aberystwyth University, a completely new flooring system was needed.