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Powering Up Battery Charging Area Floor

The client, was opening a new warehouse that was to use fork lifts. And those lifts would need to be charged. A battery charging station equals battery acid. And so the next logical step was install a protective coating system on the new concrete floor.

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Working Out a Gym’s Epoxy Floor

For many, working out at the gym usually results in being in better shape or higher fitness, but for the four- to six-person crew from Abbruzzese Floors Inc., they got something special out of their gym membership: a coatings job.

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Spooky Town: Coating the Walls and Roof of a Mausoleum

The purpose of the mausoleum was for it to house Miller’s family when they were laid to rest. Only 15 of those crypts were ever occupied, and recently the bodies were moved to a local cemetery. And it was discovered that the 100-year-old structure was in need of protection.

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Salty Coatings Crew Fixes Navy Floor

A hot summer, a poor concrete pour, and a building with no electricity. This could have added up to the makings of a failed mission, but with an experienced crew and adaptable materials, the new epoxy floor at a naval base didn’t go awry.

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Offering Epoxy to the Homeowner

The uses of epoxy are as wide and various as an understanding of its chemical properties. It is often used in the commercial and industrial sectors, but an often overlooked area of growth is the residential sector.

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Coatings X-Men Achieve Zoo Floor Reno

Before visitors could buy tickets to the new display, though, the Patterson-Stevens crew needed to deal with unexpected moisture in the concrete slab. Polar bears may prefer rivers but coatings contractors surely do not!

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Hungry for Change on Food Facility Floor

It would take a coatings crew that was just as confident to take the nearly bare concrete and turn it into a beefy urethane floor with all the fixins.

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Night and Day: Facility Leaves Dust and Dirt Behind

The client was converting an old warehouse into a facility that needed to be Federal Drug Administration (FDA) approved. It took a five-person crew and a slew of materials, but PennCoat played its part to help that come to life.

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Floors Tamed for Skeptical Vet

Second chances don’t come around very often, so when they do it’s important to make them count. That’s the mentality that Evan Tarabocchia and his crew at Imperial Flooring Systems, Inc. took with a recent renovation at a veterinary hospital in New Jersey.

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On Track With Oxygen Train Recoat

Six chambers, 40,000 square feet total (3,716.1 m²), 65 days. Coating systems that were applied to all walls, columns, and ceilings within the scope of the project. Sounds like a straight forward project, right?