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What You Need To Know About VOCs for Industrial Projects

on Jul 8, 2020 10:45:02 AM By | Jason Parker | 0 Comments | Industrial Projects Coatings Surface Prep
More workplaces are utilizing bleach and other disinfectants on a regular basis. This requires the cleaning chemicals to be transported and stored safely on a scale not familiar to those who have only used them for residential purposes, creating new risks that must be managed effectively.
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How Often Should Your Office Building Get A Thorough Cleaning

on Jun 23, 2020 3:35:08 PM By | Kevin Hughes | 0 Comments | Maintenance Surface Prep commercial
Employees and customers alike are focused on cleanliness and sanitation. In truth, though, the average office building does not receive a thorough cleaning often enough.
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What Should Your Company Include in Spring Cleaning

on May 27, 2020 8:15:00 AM By | Jason Parker | 0 Comments | Commercial Painting Surface Prep commercial
Cleaning is an essential part of keeping any business sanitary and safe. However, it holds even greater importance this year. The more carefully you clean, the simpler it will be to maintain the morale of your team and the public.
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Steps To Take To Ensure Your Building Is Ready For Your Returning Staff

on Apr 30, 2020 7:00:00 PM By | Kevin Hughes | 0 Comments | Commercial Painting Surface Prep
Companies around Florida are getting ready to get re-situated in the office, often after weeks away. Getting your building ready is just one step in a comprehensive re-opening plan, but it is crucial: The safety of your employees depends on the safety of your grounds.
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Tips For Disinfecting Your Work Area With Bleach

on Apr 29, 2020 9:15:00 AM By | Jason Parker | 0 Comments | Surface Prep commercial
The EPA and other organizations issue regular updates on disinfectant chemicals tailored to current public health situations. Of all of the various disinfectants available, however, the one most accessible in any period of shortage is often common household bleach.
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The Difference Between Cleaning and Disinfecting Your WorkSpace

on Apr 28, 2020 2:45:00 PM By | Litton Parker | 0 Comments | HOA Surface Prep commercial
Keeping a workplace clean is essential to keeping it safe. Cleanliness matters under all working conditions. It isn’t just for the public’s benefit, either: A clean workplace helps your team stay healthy and gives them greater pride in the work they do.
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What are the latest applications in HVOF coatings?

on Apr 3, 2020 2:15:00 PM By | Litton Parker | 0 Comments | Industrial Projects Coatings Surface Prep
High Velocity Oxygen Fuel coating, commonly called HVOF, is a thermal spray coating process that increases resistance to corrosion and wear by restoring a component’s initial dimensions or performance qualities. Molten or semi-molten coating materials are sprayed directly onto the substrate using a high pressure gas stream.
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Why Most Schools and Universities Are Choosing to Paint with Microbicidal Coatings

on Mar 27, 2020 12:12:00 PM By | Jason Parker | 0 Comments | Commercial Painting Coatings Surface Prep
From prehistoric cave paintings and famous wall art, like the Sistine Chapel’s ceiling, to simple color palettes that are currently transforming our modern interiors, people have always used paint in order to express their creativity and come up with unique ways to decorate their spaces. Over the years, however, paint has evolved from a decorative substance into a variety of protective coating systems that can be used to protect and preserve different surfaces while also promoting a safe and hygienic environment in our homes and public spaces. One such coating is Paint Shield from Sherwin Williams.
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What are different types of anti-rust \ anti corrosion coatings?

on Mar 23, 2020 3:15:00 PM By | Kevin Hughes | 0 Comments | Industrial Projects Coatings Surface Prep
A study by the major industry association NACE (National Association of Corrosion Engineers) determined the annual cost of corrosion control in the United States is $279 billion. At the time the study was commissioned by the Federal Highway Administration, the figure represented 2%-3% of the U.S. GDP.
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