With the winter months upon us, slips and falls tend to increase. Standing water on concrete from melting snow can cause safety concerns. Slips and falls not only cause injuries, but cost business owners millions of dollars annually. Identifying floors with low traction before a slip and fall occurs, can prevent injuries and costly law suites.
Floorcare USA, Inc. not only installs epoxy flooring, stained concrete, and polished concrete, they also provide ANSI/NFSI testing services to identify low traction floors and help provide high traction flooring solution that will increase the safety of your facility.
Floorcare USA, employs National Floor Safety Institute (NFSI) certified floor auditors that can test floors according to ANSI/NFSI B101.1 test method for measuring the Wet Static Coefficient of Friction (SCOF) of common hard surface flooring materials and ANSI/NFSI B101.3 test method for measuring wet Dynamic Coefficient of Friction (DCOF) for common polished surfaces. These test are conducted with a BOT 3000E Digital Tribometer. The Bot 3000E is one of newest most high tech. tribometers available today. It accurately identifies the Static Coefficient of Friction (SCOF) and Dynamic Coefficient of Friction (DCOF) of hard surfaces. These surfaces include, concrete, polished concrete, tile, epoxy, stained concrete floors, linoleum, and sheet vinyl.
Having Floorcare USA, Inc. perform a floor safety audit will not only make your business a safer place, but could save your company money by preventing a costly slip and falls.
Floorcare USA is based in Waukesha, Wisconsin and has a strong client base in Waukesha, Milwaukee, Madison, Southeastern Wisconsin, Northern Illinois and Chicago. But our name includes “USA” for a good reason. Our company travels across the United States providing long term quality floor coating solutions that make sense for business.
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