manufacturing flooring systems

MANUFACTURING
FLOORING SYSTEMS

FIND THE RIGHT FLOORING SYSTEM TO MEET RIGOROUS DEMANDS OF MANUFACTURING FACILITIES

Flooring in manufacturing facilities must withstand heavy, around-the-clock use. Choosing the right flooring system can be daunting – but it’s a critical aspect of your facility’s infrastructure. Not only can installing the appropriate flooring solution improve working conditions, it can also help prevent accidents and unplanned shutdowns.

Our business is trusted by manufacturers and facility managers everywhere. After all, our team is led by former coatings manufacturers who deeply understand the breadth of material and technology available to meet virtually any facility challenge.

COMBAT COMMON ENVIRONMENTAL EXPOSURES WITH THESE FLOORING SYSTEM PROPERTIES

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    Impact and Abrasion Resistance

    Floors at manufacturing facilities often experience wear and tear from heavy equipment and industrial appliances, requiring durable flooring systems to reduce cracking, chipping and other safety hazards.

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    Thermal Shock Resistance

    Does your facility experience dramatic swings between hot and cold? Your floor is exposed to these extreme conditions and the right system can prevent costly repairs.

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    Chemical Resistance

    Harsh chemicals and acids can quickly corrode an uncoated floor, making it difficult to clean and sanitize while creating working hazards. The right system can withstand chemical exposures and meet governmental and military requirements.

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    Resistance to Microbe Contamination

    Wet floors are a playground for mold, mildew and other microbes that can contaminate the plant’s product. Certain flooring systems are formulated to beat back microbes and ensure the facility is easy to clean.

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    Static Control

    At many manufacturing facilities, electrical charges can build and pose a serious risk to people and equipment. Static control coatings be static dissipative or conductive, offering a range of electric resistance, ensuring operations remain smooth and safe.

As a facility manager, you know what your facility’s day-to-day looks like best. You tell us about your facility needs, and we’ll help you identify and install the appropriate industrial floor coating system to meet your business demands, ensure longevity and enhance safety.

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We’ll explore your options, discuss what’s practical in your environment and offer recommendations to meet your needs and budget.

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Think of your flooring system as both the frontline and last resort – any present chemical, microbe, acid or bacteria will quickly or eventually find its way to the ground level.

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