WHY DOES MY EPOXY FLOOR HAVE BUBBLES?

When bubbles appear in a freshly applied epoxy coating, the most common culprit is something called “outgassing”.

Outgassing is a site condition that allows air or gas from the concrete substrate to escape in excess and cause blisters, craters, bubbles, or pinholes.

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WHY WE DO NEED A PROTECTIVE COATING

The researchers found that floors in patient rooms were often contaminated with Methicillin-resistant Staphylococcus aureus (MRSA), VRE, and C. difficile, with C. difficile being the most frequently recovered pathogen found in both CDI isolation rooms and non-CDI rooms.

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