The task of the solvent in solvent-based epoxy resins is to make the resin fluid. In addition, they play an important role in the adhesion of the epoxy coating material to the surface, drying in a short time and obtaining a smooth surface. When the coating material is applied on the surface, the solvent in the resin evaporates and the binder wrapped with pigment and filler remains. In other words, in solvent-based epoxy resins, the hardening of the coating material occurs as the solvent in the solvent evaporates. Solvent-based epoxy resins are applied on concrete and metal floors in industrial facilities. Such resins provide durability to the floor just like other epoxies, create a hygienic environment, prevent dusting and prevent odor formation. Due to these specified properties, solvent-based epoxy resins are used as primers for multilayer systems before floor coating in industrial facilities such as treatment and waste water facilities, wine storage tanks, food industry, hospital and pharmaceutical industry, laboratory, textile and automotive industry, where floor dusting affects production. used.