This article deals with corrosion‐resisting floor surfaces, provided over suitable load‐bearing bases, to withstand the corrosive action of chemicals to which they will be subjected. When considering suitable acid‐ and chemical‐resistant floors, apart from corrosion, the type of traffic, maintenance, ease of renewal, amount of solution present on the floor and personnel reactions should be taken into account also. When designing new floors, attention must be paid to possible vibrations resulting from traffic or nearby machinery, possible settling of the floor, and the live and dead loads it will be subject to.
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