SPARTACOTE concrete coatings make excellent flooring solutions for aviation hangars and airplane maintenance facilities. SPARTACOTE Guard solid color systems with GRIP traction additive make for excellent concrete coatings for this market.

SPARTACOTE is proven in the aviation market with successful installations at Dulles International Airport, Denver International Airport, and in Oklahoma City’s airport. What these airport authorities and management find wonderful about SPARTACOTE concrete coatings is their fast return to service, excellent chemical and abrasion resistance, and long lasting formulations. They also enjoy the fact that SPARTACOTE offers customizable colors & textures, and safe, high traction flooring. Airplane hangars and maintenance areas cannot afford even short-term shut-down that traditional epoxy systems require (multi-day floor shut-down depending upon facility size).

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What is required in SPARTACOTE specialized coating installations for aviation hangars and maintenance facilities?

A trained SPARTACOTE coatings system expert will begin with concrete surface prep by mechanical profile, using a grinder to hone and grind away any mastics, glue, laitance, and other surface contaminants that would inhibit the bond to the new SPARTACOTE coating system. After thorough surface prep, the coatings crew will mix and apply the selected SPARTACOTE coating to the aviation maintenance areas. They’ll begin by applying a solid color base coat of material for the SPARTACOTE GUARD system installation. After allowing it to cure for about 90 minutes, they then apply the clear top coat of SPARTACOTE material, typically with SPARTACOTE GRIP traction additive. Depending upon aviation facility size, a trained coatings crew should get the new flooring system complete over a weekend, returning the facility to service on Monday morning. SPARTACOTE makes for high facility up-time and easy floor maintenance. […]