The commercial flooring industry will require moisture mitigation testing to be done on new concrete surfaces prior to any floor covering installations. Zenith Painting and Coatings, a Denver based professional floor coating company, can test and handle any moisture issues by performing the proper testing and offer professional moisture mitigation control coating solutions to get your project back on track.
Zenith’s approach to moisture mitigation in healthcare environments begins with our knowledge that flooring failures are simply not an option. Healthcare floors must be in commission at all times.
Zenith will install healthcare floors that are designed to withstand:
- High traffic
- 24 / 7 / 365 access
- Rigorous and frequent cleaning
Healthcare experiences the largest revenue income from areas where floor coverings are most susceptible to moisture vapor emission issues such as: OR’s, LDR’s, ICU’s, Cath Labs, Invasive Treatment Rooms and more. In order to avoid moisture issues, it requires the right product design and developing an installation plan that accounts for patient treatment cycles and ICRA requirements.
Our solutions are tailored for the commercial application that consider best industry practices in providing low cost solutions for each environment.
ASTM F2170 – 17: Standard test method for determining relative humidity in concrete floor slabs using In-Situ Probes.
ASTM F925: This test method provides a procedure for determining the resistance of resilient floor covering to surface deterioration when exposed to various chemical reagents.
ASTM F1515: Standard practice for measuring light stability of resilient flooring by color change.
ASTM F970: The static load limit test method measures the recovery properties of resilient floor covering, after long-term indentation (namely 24 hours) under a specified load. The reported value, residual indentation, is the depth of the indentation remaining on the sample, 24 hours after the specified load is removed.