Industrial Floor Coatings


Industrial Floor Coating

frequently asked questions

What does corrosion resistant flooring have to do with safety in my facility?

Insurance claims stemming from accidents are very expensive, not to mention the time and productivity loss from injured workers. 

Consider installing non-skid flooring to help protect your workers from dangerous slips and falls.

How does Crane Engineering prepare surfaces for coating?

Preparation is the most important step in the process. Depending upon the situation, shotblasting, sandblasting, diamond grinding, and scarifying may be used to completely remove deteriorated coatings and concrete, ensuring the best adherence possible.

How does Crane's flooring stand up to the abuse of extreme situations?

Our flooring systems are designed to be abrasion resistant, thermal shock resistant, as well as chemical resistant. Talk to us about your situation and we will select a product or design a system for your specific environment.

What is the range of thicknesses available?

A few mils to 3/8". We can apply thicker if grouting is required.

What if I have equipment that can not be moved from the space?

Of course we prefer to have all equipment out of the way when we work in order to get the most complete coverage, but we understand there are circumstances where this is not possible. Fortunately we can work around equipment if needed.

I can't afford to shut down production to have my floors coated. Will you accommodate my production schedule??

We work around your schedule, even if it means working weekends or overnight.

Will I notice an odor when the job is finished?

Most products are 100% solids, any odor created will dissipate with cure.