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Flooring for Hospital Emergency Rooms

Emergency rooms present some of the most uniquely critical flooring challenges in any hospital.  Despite floors constantly being exposed to extremely harsh conditions day in and day out, hospital emergency room floors must nevertheless meet stringent health, safety regulations and provide long-term value. Like your staff, ER floors must be reliable and high-performing.

Durable and Hygenic Floor coatings Emergency rooms require floor coatings that ease cleanliness and reduce bacterial spread.

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Emergency Departments, from triage to trauma care, focus on immediacy, efficiency and positive patient outcomes at every turn.  Like other healthcare and medical flooring systems, emergency room floors must meet the needs of this fast-paced environment, providing safety, while simultaneously supporting sanitation and health codes that help control infection risk. Our concrete epoxy floor coatings are formulated to provide maximum safety and conform to the sanitary and health requirements of hospital emergency rooms.

Florock’s emergency department floor coatings are especially designed to meet the high demands of EDs, ER rooms and disaster preparedness facilities, with features and options that can contribute to successful patient outcomes, including:

  • EPA-registered antimicrobial properties
  • Bacteriostatic properties
  • Closed, impervious high traffic surfaces
  • Static dissipative (SDT) options support safety protocols in areas with sensitive electronics and medical devices
  • Betadine stain-resistant finishes
  • Puncture and impact resistance
  • Chemical and solvent resistance
  • Superior strength and point load capacity
  • Unparalleled abrasion resistance
  • Balanced slip-resistance that allows for easy decontamination
Installed at Facilities Operated by:

US Dept of Veterans Affairs       Vitas       carilion logo       CiVenti Chem       National Institute of Health

Floor Coverings that are Equally Beautiful and Practical

In addition to being flooring formulas that meet the needs and requirements of a fast-paced emergency room, our flooring systems and coatings offer additional benefits that contribute to Evidence Based Design (EBD). Florock’s floor coatings systems offer a variety of benefits that will keep your ER room running smoothly. Designed with durability and high performance in mind, our epoxy flooring options reduce overall maintenance costs, when compared to traditional flooring systems. With easy upkeep and so many added benefits, our floors furnish excellent lifecycle value. In compliance with EBD guidelines, Florock Hospital Emergency Department flooring offers an aesthetically-pleasing palette of stock and custom colors and blends.  An unlimited range of neutral tones provide complete design flexibility, while not interfering with visual examination. The vital work taking place in every hospital emergency department is essential.

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Benefits of our emergency room flooring systems include:

  • Easy-to-clean and disinfect to help maintain aseptic standards
  • Contain no formaldehyde and are very low to zero V.O.C. during installation
  • Completely inert with no emissions after fully cured
  • No wax finishes mean use of toxic stripping chemicals can be eliminated
  • Impermeable surface repels dirt, fluids and biohazards
  • Fast turnaround installation options for hectic, round-the-clock facilities
What Our Clients Are Saying

“We have had many different brands installed, but Florock Epoxy & Urethanes have held up to all the wear & tear of Hi-Traffic conditions better than all the rest. We have used Florock products for many years”

Ray Strong, Maintenance Supervisor Baldor Electric, Ft. Smith, AR
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