Epoxy can be manufactured to match virtually any color. Designs and shapes are outlined with strips, which are then filled with various epoxy and aggregate blends.

Decorative designs have graced terrazzo floors  for centuries. Historically, cement has been the binder matrix used in these installations, but it is porous and tends to crack. This presents some design and maintenance limitations.

Today's choice is epoxy, addressing the shortcomings of cement terrazzo, while providing better functionality and longer-lasting beauty.

Thin-set epoxy terrazzo is flexible by nature. As an added benefit, it can be installed over an internally flexible epoxy membrane to further guard against cracks due to movements in the substrate.

Visit NTMA  site for further information and technical specifications

This Epoxy information is extracted from The Construction Specifier - Tom Murphy, CSI (Author)

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