Guide to the Specification of Synthetic Resin Flooring

Don’t slip up when specifying resin flooring systems!!!

This seminar offers guidance on how to successfully specify synthetic resin flooring systems. It looks at the different FeRFA resin flooring classifications as well as different base and preparation requirements that can often be overlooked.


Core curriculum subjects – Design, construction and technology


Knowledge level – General Awareness


Learning outcomes of the CPD – a knowledge, awareness and understanding of:

  • Benefits of seamless resin flooring
  • Resin flooring types
  • Selection considerations
  • Base requirements and testing
  • Installation and detailing
  • Importance of specialist contractors

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