Stonhard Introduces New FE Option for Broadcast Flooring Systems

Stonhard, the unprecedented leader in manufacturing and installing high-performance seamless floor, wall, and lining systems, is pleased to introduce its FE series for three decorative broadcast flooring products. Developed to offer a smooth, commercial finish for floors traditionally installed in industrial markets, Stonshield FE, Stonblend FE, and Stontec FE can be installed quickly, offer a wide range of custom design options, are easy to clean, and provide excellent slip and stain resistance. 

“We're excited to add the new FE systems to our Stonshield, Stonblend, and Stontec product families because it has a smooth, decorative finish for customers in markets like hospitality and education, as well as front-of-house spaces like lobbies, corridors, offices, and bathrooms in any facility,” David Jarema, Stonhard Product Engineer, said. “Add to that enhanced turnaround time and superior cleanability, this system ensures a reduced labor cost and reduced maintenance for the facility.” 

FE systems utilize flex epoxy combined with quartz aggregates for Stonshield and Stonblend floors and combined with color flakes for Stontec floors. FE systems are available in three standard sealer options: high gloss, satin, and matte.  

For more information on Stonhard’s complete line of seamless, high-performance floor systems, visit us at or call 800.257.7953.

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