Low Odor Flooring

Low Odor, Little or No Downtime

Some high performance industrial floor systems and coatings generate a strong odor during the installation and chemical curing process, which can be a nuisance when facilities must run production during installation.

While sufficient airflow through the installation area will dissipate most odors, preventing them from disturbing facility operations or personnel, costly downtime may need to be scheduled, if the proper conditions are not possible.

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Low odor flooring and coatings from Surface Solutions are volatile organic compounds, or VOC-compliant, and have little or no odor, which allows business to continue as usual, with no shut-downs or downtime during installation and curing. The majority of our industrial floor systems and coatings can be installed using low odor technology, making the entire process as easy and efficient as possible for our clients.

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Surface Solutions provides expert consultation and installation, and a full line of low odor flooring solutions products in addition to other industrial flooring systems. We are committed to 100% customer satisfaction on every project.

Proof of Performance

BOSMA ENTERPRISES | INDIANAPOLIS | CUSTOM DECORATIVE COLOR FLAKE | CASE STUDY

  After installing a three-coat Epoxy System with a Urethane topcoat in the Surgical Room, Exam Glove Room and Kit Room at Bosma Enterprises, Surface Solutions starts the new decade working on custom-blending paint chips for a decorative application that spruces up a warehouse walkway, recommending a full flake, low-odor system with a rapid turnaround….

MEAT PROCESSING FACILITY | INDIANA | UCRETE IF | CASE STUDY

“We have worked with this customer for a decade, installing thousands of square feet of Ucrete resinous flooring at their facility,” says Amy D. Manghelli, President of Surface Solutions, Inc. “They love the long-term durability of Ucrete IF.” When the company shuts down their Indiana meat processing facility for the holidays in December, that’s when…