Seamless Epoxy Floors for a Pharmaceutical Facility in Lexington, MA

Posted on Friday, February 20, 2015

We recently wrapped up an installation project involving a seamless epoxy flooring system for a pharmaceutical lab in Lexington, MA. It provides yet another example of how epoxy floors can be at home in many different environments, meeting an equally wide variety of needs.

Why Epoxy Floors?

The floor in your commercial or industrial setting not only has to look great, but it also really needs to perform as well. As much is asked of your flooring as any other aspect of your facility, and, in some cases, maybe even more!

This pharmaceutical company had a specific set of requirements that had to be met, including:

  • A rapid return to service - As is often the case, the floor installation needed to be done quickly so that the staff could get right back to work.
  • Color and gloss retention - Epoxy floors work hard and look great while they do!
  • Chemical resistance
  • Impact resistance

For this project we used the following materials:

  • Dura-Flex Duraguard OPF epoxy applied at 12 mils
  • Full broadcast of decorative flake - This is where the flooring gets its good looks!
  • Two coats of Dura-Flex Clear Accelera Polyaspartic Coating

This was a sensitive work environment because of the nature of the laboratory. We had to work in a way that completely catered to their needs and schedule, and with an especially close eye on the cleanliness of our process.

We are happy to say that the floors turned out beautifully, as you can see in the photos we shared up above. In addition, we have been asked back to help with other painting and coating projects!

Are You Looking for a Commercial Painting and Flooring Company in New England?

If so, why not give us a call at Kaloutas Painting? It would be our pleasure to help. And, as you may have gathered, we will do whatever it takes to meet the unique needs that you and your facility have. Let’s discuss your project!

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