- Location: Scotland
- Task: HTC floor preparation, high-build epoxy coatings
We embarked on an ambitious journey to
transform a Global Blue Chip facility, a project far from typical.
This case study highlights our innovative approach to a complex task, the challenges we faced, the support we received, and the outstanding results we achieved.
Our mission was to execute a combination of HTC floor preparation under vacuum and apply high-build epoxy coatings. This task demanded precision and expertise, as it was not just a simple makeover but a comprehensive transformation of the facility’s flooring system.
The primary challenge was working around live production without disrupting the facility’s operations.
This high-wire act required meticulous planning and execution, as precision was critical in every step.
The environmental factor, particularly Scotland’s chilly climate, added another layer of complexity to our task.
Wayne Langford from Remmers played a pivotal role by providing the Remmers High Build Epoxy, catalysed for lower temperature work, thus easing the process in cold conditions.
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Additionally, KDR Resin Systems’ line markings were invaluable. Their variety in sizes and the super tight demarcations from our team were essential in turning what seemed like a logistical nightmare into a project of efficiency and precision.
Despite the high stakes and the initial doubts, the project was a resounding success.
We not only achieved our goal of installing a new flooring system but also did so with remarkable efficiency and minimal
disruption to the facility’s operations.
The project was a testament to collaboration, innovation, and sheer willpower, showcasing our ability to deliver under pressure.
This project was more than just a makeover for a Blue Chip company; it demonstrated teamwork, innovation, and determination.
Bending over backwards to deliver under pressure might seem daunting, but it’s the only way to work for us. A heartfelt thanks to everyone involved in making this challenging project a