SPARTACOTE concrete coatings systems make for exceptional flooring solutions for demanding institutional environments, such as hospitals, schools, and university settings. These specialized resinous flooring systems offer fast return to service, customizable colors and textures, safe, high traction flooring, and a 3 year decorative system warranty.
Recently, expert SPARTACOTE resinous flooring experts, Kemna Tile, from Dallas, TX, applied SPARTACOTE FLEX PURE CLINICAL PLUS in a new hospital construction project just south of the Metroplex. The project called for applying a custom chip color with two SPARTACOTE FLEX PURE Clinical Plus top coats to three operating room spaces, giving the finished surface excellent impact and abrasion resistance, as well as silver ion, antimicrobial properties on the floor. These qualities last throughout the life of the floor coating.
SPARTACOTE RESINOUS FLOORING FOR HOSPITAL OPERATING ROOMS
Long-time LATICRETE customer, Kemna
Tile, recently expanded its business to
offer the SPARTACOTE™ coating systems
product line to its customers. Barry Kemna,
owner of Kemna Tile, has numerous good
relationships with architects and general
contractors through decades of experience
in tile installation. Kemna often shares his
work with these professionals, walking
past and current jobs together.
An architect from renowned architectural
firm HKS told Kemna that he had a new
construction project where a competitor’s
coating was applied, but the floor owners
and designers were not happy with its
look. They started talking to him about
different aspects of this new construction
project. Kemna invited the architect to his
house to show him his new SPARTACOTE
garage floor. The architect liked what he
saw, and asked whether that would be
a good fit for the hospital work. Kemna
thought it would be a good fit, so long as
they could color match the custom chip the
designers had selected.
As mentioned, a competitor’s resinous
material was already installed, and the
architect was not happy with it. They had
three more […]