Commercial & Industrial Interlocking Flooring
What flooring is best for a clean room?
That question, along with what’s best for any other type of lab, depends on a number of variables, including the VOC and particulate requirements of the room.

When it comes to clean rooms and labs, some types of flooring are better than others, like epoxies and vinyls.

Clean rooms and labs do have their own standards to adhere to and that’s something a flooring dealer should review with customers. For example, some products generate particulates when you scrub. This requires a sealant to be applied to prevent that from happening. Again, this should be part of a review with the flooring company to ensure the flooring meets your requirements.

If you would like to read some of the more common questions we ask customers prior to selecting a new floor for their lab, you can download our ebook by clicking on the button below.
Sealing lab and clean room floors
One requirement for most lab floors is that they be seamless. The video to the left explains how we accomplish that with our interlocking tiles.
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Avon, MA 02322
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