Maintaining your facility floors is a critical component to operational efficiencies and productivity as well as ensuring your employees and machinery equipment are safe. Here's are some reasons why you need to make sure your facility floors are well-maintained.
Safety markings need to be clearly visible in manufacturing facilities to ensure the safety of employees and machinery equipment. Here's a detailed guide on how to ensure your manufacturng facility has the proper safety markings.
With new concete coating installations, your OSHA safety markings may get distorted or removed. Here's how to maintain your safety markings after your new concrete floor coating is installed.
Are the floors for your warehouse loading dock areas built to last? These areas can oftentimes be overlooked when designing a warehouse facility. Here's a complete guide on how to design and build ideal floors for your loading dock and logistics areas of your facility.
Protecting your facility floors should be a high priority as this can affect day-to-day operations. Here are some best practices to follow to ensure your industrial floors stay protected.
The durability of your manufacturing or warehouse floors plays a vital role in the production output. Discover these three flooring issues that could be costing you business.
Installing new floors in a manufacturing facility can reduce production output if not planned correctly. Here's how to reduce downtime in your facility when installing new concrete floors.
There are many different factors that impact the durability and longevity of manufacturing facility floors including temperatures, weight, pressure levels, and more. Here are 5 common issues that could be affecting your facility floors.
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Jun 20, 2019, 1:40 PM
When choosing a concrete floor covering for an industrial setting, there are a few standard options—options commonly implemented in industrial capacities across the world. Arguably the two most popular options are epoxy and polyurethane. Both have particular strengths to consider, and there’s not a one-size-fits-all option. What we recommend is looking carefully at both materials to see which one makes the most sense for your company. In this post, we’ll highlight some key attributes of both concrete floor coatings.
Jun 20, 2019, 1:41 PM
Epoxy can provide a durable, inexpensive, and long-lasting solution for industrial flooring needs; it’s the concrete floor covering of choice in garages, car parks, and countless manufacturing centers. With that said, there is one important caveat to offer about epoxy as a concrete floor coating: It must be installed correctly for it to do its job, and that means adequately preparing the concrete floor. If you plan on installing epoxy as a DIY project, we highly recommend you take a moment to read this post and get up to speed on what proper concrete floor preparation entails.
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