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Pharmaceutical Company Receives New Flooring in Reactor Rooms

Pharmaceutical Company Receives New Flooring in Reactor Rooms

A pharmaceutical company hired TMI Coatings, Inc. (TMI) to restore eroded concrete floors and install FIBERLIFE to several floors in reactor rooms. There was only a brief window of time in which the reactor rooms were not in use, so TMI needed to go into the job with maximized efficiency and productivity. Lost production time is a loss in revenue. TMI Coatings has the experience needed to meet the tightest schedules.

Procedures:

  • TMI prepared concrete surfaces by using 7” diamond grinders with vacuum attachments to ensure dust-free surface preparation. Created an anchor pattern for new flooring adhesion.
  • Removed soft, punky concrete areas around the reactors and drains.
  • Restored eroded areas using an epoxy mortar and keyed in edges along the floor to create a smooth transition.
  • Applied FIBERLIFE manufactured by The Dow Chemical Company.
  • Vinyl ester primer coat.
  • A layer of FRP mat (a filler for reinforcement to add strength and durability) embedded in a chemical resistant vinyl ester resin for superior chemical resistance
  • Incorporated aggregate for slip resistance for safety.
  • Integral cants are installed at perimeter walls and columns/posts.

Outcome:

TMI Coatings received high praise for our quality of service, cleanliness and punctuality . The owner was pleased with the project stating, “everyone was very happy with the floors, the crew cleaned up after themselves very well and always showed up on time.”

With over 35 years of experience, TMI Coatings will have your project completed on time and within budget. Contact us today at 651-452-6100 for your free, no obligation quote.

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