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Tips for Installing High Traffic Urethanes

Posted December 9th, 2013 by Daniel Owen

Over the last five years, high traffic urethanes have become increasingly popular. They are typically 90% solids or higher, moisture curing and filled with finely ground aluminum oxide partials. This combination creates a coating that is extremely abrasion and chemical resistant...

 

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Recommended Materials for Flooring Systems in the BioMedical Industry

Posted November 18th, 2013 by Daniel Owen

Designing and installing flooring systems at biomedical facilities can be challenging due to the hazards the floors will ultimately be exposed to, such as steam cleaning, chemical spills and heavy traffic. In How to Design a Flooring System at a BioMedical Facility, we explore these traits in detail. Here, we’re providing an overview of the products you’ll need to meet these particular...

 

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Navigating Moisture Remediation Challenges When Constructing New Aircraft Hangars

Posted October 23rd, 2013 by Daniel Owen

When installing non-permeable resinous flooring systems at new aircraft hangars, one of the biggest challenges you’ll likely encounter is concrete moisture.

 

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Passing the Torch to My Son

Posted June 24th, 2013 by Dean Owen 0 Comments

Daniel has been immersed in the concrete coatings industry his entire life. His mom and I started our careers as application contractors in the late 1970s, and he spent a good amount of time "on the job." As he grew, he helped with sample making and pail wiping. In his late teens, he was learning to batch product and even coated a few garage floors to make some extra money...

 

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