Challenge: The flooring of an airplane hangar at Bowerman Field in Washington needed a facelift. The 7,200-square-foot facility was originally constructed on mud flats in the 1940s, and the existing floor consisted of that original concrete, as well as newer heated concrete
APF Trains Personnel to Install CastorCrete System Designed to Withstand High Degree of Impact and Thermal Shock.
The existing floor at a Boeing hangar had remnants of a moisture-cured urethane sealer that was mostly worn off. The 30,000-square-foot facility, located in Arizona, is used to house and maintain Apache helicopters. Boeing wanted a resinous flooring system that would be monolithic, light reflective and durable so aircraft mechanics could work more effectively and efficiently.
Cling’s Aerospace Gets Durable, Easy-to-Clean Flooring System with the Armor-Rez PC 100 System.