Aircraft hangars require a unique environment. They need a floor coating system that can withstand the weight and fluids from an aircraft while providing a high gloss floor for aesthetics and clean-ability. Protective Coating Specialists have thousands of feet of application experience in this specialty.
Why choose us for your Aviation project?
Technical experience since 1968.
Satisfied customers throughout Wisconsin, Michigan’s Upper Peninsula, Minnesota, Illinois and Iowa. References upon request.
Experienced applicators using up-to-date equipment to complete your projects.
Multi-year warranty available.
Special attention to detail such as chiseling back around floor drains, eliminating opportunities for feathered edges.
We work as consultants to architects and municipalities.
Providing technical specifications and quality standards that ensure you of the best system pricing possible.
Airplane Hangar – Green Bay, WI
Green Bay Packaging approached Sika USA during flight operations trade-show in Florida. They worked directly with Green Bay Packaging representative Robin Richard to design a high performance hangar system. Sika only recommend Protective Coating Specialists, Inc of Appleton, WI to complete the install. The project took two weeks to complete from start to finish. The floor was shot blasted to provide proper profile with detailed diamond grinding around all perimeter walls and trench drains. We installed a moisture primer with a unique flexible membrane to absorb impacts. The final floor was 50-mils thick and the topcoat was a high gloss, chemical and UV resistant topcoat. The great looking floor was finished with a large 20’x15’ Green Bay Packaging logo centered in the hangar floor. Great looking floor with a little pizzazz!
Surface preparation is the most important factor that determines the success or failure of a concrete coating. Protective Coating Specialists uses a variety of equipment for surface preparation including shot blasters, diamond grinders, scarifiers, as well as high pressure water blaster and oil removal systems.
Joints between concrete slabs continually expand and contract, and often become filled with dirt and debris. Filling these joints with a flexible filler prevents moisture damage and minimizes cleaning and maintenance.