Warehouse-Floor

Recently, Hyperseal Australia have had a query about a warehouse environment that is concerned with the safety of the floor which is currently concrete. A coating was requested that would fit within a number of parameters. This is the first post about this project, there are two more coming. This is the before application.

  • The brief that was given for an area in a warehouse is primarily for safety. A slip-resistant coating that is also ergonomic, and will protect the concrete surface from any oil spills and the movement of a forklift. It must be very durable, is this possible?
  • Would it also be possible for the coating to be aesthetically pleasing, not only protect and waterproof, but look good as well?
  • Is it too much to ask that the coating be environmentally friendly and green?

This and more is possible with Hyperseal Australia. For the above, we have suggested the product Parking Lot & Driveway which covers all of the requested specifications and more.

Parking Lot & Driveway contains over 50% recycled rubber by volume. This means that this coating is incredibly durable, while also being slip-resistant, ergonomic and waterproof. The high levels of rubber in the structure of Parking Lot & Driveway also ensure that the coating is highly resistant to oil and grease.

Does Parking Lot & Driveway look good? Yes, it is aesthetically pleasing. Not only does it protect and provide a durable surface, but the stained concrete will no longer be visible, rendering the general area of the application more presentable. Look forward to the after photo to be posted in the coming days.

Not only is Parking Lot & Driveway a green product, it is also environmentally friendly and non-toxic and non-carcinogenic. With over 50% recycled rubber by volume, Hyperseal Australia is made primarily of recycled waste tyres.

These responses all lead to the next round of questions, primarily about application.

Check back soon for preparation and application questions, and another photo!

Continue the story here: Post 2 of 3: Warehouse Floor - Preparation