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HP Spartacote Launches Anti-microbial Concrete Floor Coating System

Published on 2015-12-29. Author : SpecialChem

HP Spartacote Introduces SPARTACOTE® FLEX PURE Clinical Plus, a high performance, resinous concrete floor coating system designed to inhibit the growth of microorganisms, such as bacteria and viruses. This concrete coating is a low VOC, low odor flooring solution for:

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Fig. 1: SPARTACOTE® FLEX PURE CLINICAL PLUS equipped with antimicrobial
technology is perfect for doggie day care centers.

• Hospitals & health clinics
• Veterinary facilities & animal shelters
• Food & beverage production areas
• Pharmaceutical facilities & laboratory settings
• Bathrooms, locker rooms and showers

SPARTACOTE® FLEX PURE CLINICAL PLUS offers:

• Environmentally friendly, low VOC materials suitable for institutional applications
• Very low application odor
• Coatings equipped with antimicrobial technology that inhibit the growth of bacteria and viruses, such as Staph infection and E.coli
• Installs in hours with next-day return to service
• An unlimited variety of solid colors, quartz, and simulated Terrazzo coating systems from which to choose
• 100% seamless flooring
• Very low maintenance and easy to clean surfaces
• Non-yellowing, UV-stable materials
• Monolithic horizontal and vertical transition

About HP Spartacote

Located in Golden Colorado, HP Spartacote is a U.S. based manufacturer of high performance polyaspartic concrete floor coating systems. The company services commercial and industrial concrete coating contractors, governments and developers throughout the world. HP Spartacote® works closely with facility managers and architects to specify highly durable and sustainable coating solutions for a range of applications

Source: HP Spartacote
 

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