High-performance flooring in mortuaries
MortuariesHigh performance resin for mortuary flooring areas
As with many high-care environments, mortuaries and post-mortem rooms require high-performance flooring to cope with extremely demanding conditions. Any floor finish must be slip-resistant, hygienic, totally impermeable and incredibly durable.
Traditional mortuary flooring specification
Traditionally, mortuaries and post-mortems rooms have utilised vinyl sheets or terrazzo floor tiles. However, both have inherent problems such as failed joints, cracks and poor slip resistance making them less than ideal. The failure of these traditional finishes can allow water and other contaminants to penetrate into the substrate below, which creates significant hygiene challenges.
In addition to hygiene challenges, failed floors can create health and safety issues such as trip hazards or lumps and bumps and so any repairs will be time consuming and disruptive.
High-performance mortuary specification
Degafloor have developed an alternative, high-performance flooring specification, ideal for post-mortem and mortuary flooring. The Full Broadcast and QTA systems are ultra-durable, seamless and highly slip-resistant finishes that can be easily cleaned.
Both offer a profiled surface finish that provides outstanding slip resistance and durability. Despite the surface texture, Degafloor flooring systems are easy to clean, run rubber wheels over and the seamless nature of these high-performance flooring solutions results in outstanding durability, avoiding contamination issues.
Degafloors high-performance flooring systems can bond to a variety of substrates, and cure both chemically and physically within 2 hours of installation. This ensures that every solution we deliver can be installed extremely quickly and cost-effectively, resulting in minimal disruption.
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Our mortuary flooring projects include; Peterborough City Hospital, Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital, Barnsley General Hospital, Luton and Dunstable Hospital and Basingstoke & North Hampshire Hospital.