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TMI Coatings protects new concrete floors in food plant

Reduce Downtime While Increasing Cement Flooring Protection

From commercial kitchens to food plants, TMI Coatings protects concrete floors from the wear and tear of freeze and thaw cycles, wet processing areas and chemicals. We use systems that meet USDA, FDA and CFIA standards while guarding against corrosion, impact and thermal shock.

After hearing the numerous benefits of the Poly-Crete SLB system, a national seafood company chose to install it on approximately 8,000 square feet of new concrete flooring. As the floors in the seafood plant were regularly wet, this nationwide distributor needed a durable and protective floor covering.

After the old concrete was removed and the new floor was poured, TMI could begin treating the slab with Poly-Crete SLB. Unlike other cement coatings that require curing for at least 28 days, cementitious urethane requires only five days of downtime after pouring.

Procedures:

  • Prepared surfaces for adhesion with vacuum blaster and hand-held diamond grinders.
  • Filled joints to the surrounding plane by using an epoxy mixture.
  • Installed Poly-Crete cants around the perimeter to thoroughly seal wall/floor junctures and reduce the risk of seeping water.
  • Installed a self-leveling 100% solids cementitious low odor urethane system with a quartz aggregate broadcast.
  • Applied a final topcoat.

Outcome:

Not only was the final product lauded as “great,” our crew received praise in efficiency and professionalism.

Mike McFee said, “I’m very happy with TMI’s crew and how efficient and professional they were. I’m very happy and will recommend you to others.”

With 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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