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Manufacturing facilities have various needs from light foot traffic areas to high impact areas exposed to steel wheels and tow motor traffic.  Protective Coating Specialists will evaluate your environment and design a system that is durable and easy to maintain.  Added features like line stripping and safety stripping help assist in creating a safe work environment.


Why choose us for your Manufacturing project?

Parker Hannifan in Manitowoc, WI produces hose couplings and other fittings. Due to the manufacturing process their concrete was covered with oil and fluids. They had an issue with slipperiness and oil saturation. Protective Coating Specialists, Inc met with Parker and presented a solution to resolve the slippery and oil saturated floors. In conjunction with Koester (oil removal system) and Rust Oleum products we were able to solve their problem and provide a new floor with a 10-year warranty. The Oil removal system removed up to 2” of oil from the slab and allowed us to shot blast and apply a ¼’ floor system with broadcast of Wedron 480 and oxide for non-slip. We have worked in multiple plants providing solutions for Parker Hannifan in Michigan, Pennsylvania, Iowa & Wisconsin.

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Services we offer our Manufacturing clients

As a customer in the Manufacturing industry, you can expect Protective Coating Specialists to utilize the following services to deliver professional results:

Epoxy Coating

Epoxy coatings are strong and resilient, and offer excellent chemical resistance. They can be applied to many surfaces and come in a variety of colors and textures.

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Polished Concrete

Polished concrete floors offer a high level of versatility and is fast becoming the ultimate no-wax flooring material. A variety of dyes and finishing options can add beauty to any concrete floor.

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Concrete Sealers & Densifiers

Concrete sealers & densifiers help protect a concrete surface by adding strength, abrasion resistance and dust reduction.

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Joint Filling

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.

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