Keeping your floors safe and healthy in your manufacturing facility is critical. Discover this guide on how to properly create a floor cleaning program at your facility.
As a Facilities Manager, it is important to maintain the integrity of the facility and prevent issues from arising. Here's what you need to know about managing your concrete floors.
Manufacturing and industrial facilities endure various types of traffic every single day. Here are 6 different types of traffic and the potential harmful impacts it can have on the concrete floors.
The floors in manufacturing and warehouse facilities should never be neglected. As they endure various types of traffic, chemical spills and other circumstances, it is important to keep them healthy and maintained. Here's how new coatings can breathe new life into your old floors.
As online sales continue to rise so does the activity in warehouses and fulfillment centers. Here are 7 ways you can prepare your floors to accommodate the surge in eCommerce sales.
There are many things to consider when selecting the flooring for your manufacturing facility: types of traffic the floors will endure, the climate, potential chemical spills and more. Here are 9 tips to help maintain your floors.
Are your floors limiting your manufacturing operations? Learn what factors can affect your warehouse floors and how to ensure maximum operating efficiency.
Summer is here, school is out and the halls are empty. What better time to have the floors redone? Here are a few reasons why you should get the floors redone now.
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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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