Painting requires preparing floors with processes such as bead blasting or acid etching. While it is a necessary step if the paint is going to be able to bite into the surface of the concrete, it damages the concrete. Operations must shut down to accommodate the long hours of paint application and dry time. And then, when painted lines are subjected to heavy traffic such as forklifts, the rate at which the markings deteriorate is disappointingly rapid.
Our e-commerce website is called Stop-painting. com to encourage people to question if painting is the best way to mark floors. OSHA requires pedestrian aisle ways to be clearly marked, and any company that wants to be efficient is also going to mark floors for organizational and safety purposes. The question is, which method of floor marking makes good business sense over time? To answer this question, companies have to spend considerable time digging out costs that are hidden in the various categories of their budgets or between the line item details of a contractor's quote. The truth is, when you ask most companies how much they spend keeping their floor markings maintained, they rarely can give a straight answer.
With Superior Mark™, if a section becomes worn or damaged due to heavy traffic, a fresh piece of tape can be spliced and inserted in minutes without major disruptions to facility operations. Superior Mark™ is also easy to remove, making changes in layout simple. The flexibility of using Superior Mark tape is appealing to our customers, who often have last minute notice on inspections, audits, and important visitors. The appearance of the floor has a profound effect on the appearance of the entire facility. When the floor appears in good order, this reflects a sense of organization and efficiency with a subconscious impact company-wide on morale. Most importantly, it creates a safer workplace. For these reasons, our customers greatly value our patented floor marking system. Using Superior Mark™ means having a great looking and well organized floor, every day.
Offering a maintenance friendly method of visually organizing and communicating safety messages on concrete floors and asphalt surfaces. Our patented, self-adhesive marking systems can be quickly installed, easily maintained, and easily removed, without the labor cost and shut down required with painting. Most commonly used for marking pedestrian walkways, our tapes are also used to identify storage locations, warn of dangerous conditions, and keep areas clear for safety. This results in increased productivity, efficiency, and safety inside our customers' facilities.