Detention Coat System-Super Durable Surface
Today architects, designers, and contractors have many options when it comes to choosing a flooring surface. Application, budget, overall durability and aesthetics play important roles in the selection and specification of the right material for the job. Detention Coat Color Flooring System is specifically engineering for the toughest jobs. Superior durability, economical cost and anti microbial and mildew properties make Detention Coat perfect for institutional, industrial and commercial facilities where a large volume of foot traffic, vehicles, or moisture place high demands on the surface. A decorative aliphatic polyurethane system, Detention Coat System provides a chemical resistant, easy to clean surface that looks great and performs well even under the most demanding day to day activities.
Green & LEED Friendly
• Detention Coat System is on the forefront of the green building trend. It uses polyurethane technology formulated with 100% solids. Its coating system contains no solvents [VOCs], making it VOC compliant in all 50 states. In addition, over 35% of the polymer coating system uses an advanced formula that includes a new state-of-the-art renewable raw material as opposed to standard petroleum based products.
• The durable, low-odor, zero VOC, Detention Coat System is an environmentally preferred product that exceeds GS-11 criteria for coatings in LEED certified buildings. That’s good news when building or remodeling “green” and working toward any level of LEED certification. Check with the United States Green Building Council [USGB] for potential LEED credits and categories on your specific application.
• Detention Coat Color Flooring System is available in a broad range of color combinations that complement a variety of color schemes and applications. Select from multiple palettes of color combinations for:
Detention Coat Color Broadcast System
Detention Coat Quartz Broadcast System
Detention Coat Color Plus Flooring System
Because of our design flexibility and custom capabilities, new colors are constantly being created.
A LEED Product
Detention Coat System is on the forefront of environmentally friendly building techniques and is well aware of the ever increasing demand for greener products.
• Our products use advanced polyurethane technology formulated with 100% solids. And unlike traditional coating systems, our coating system contains no harmful VOCs, (Volatile Organic Compounds) making it VOC compliant in all 50 states. In addition, over 35% of the polymer coating system uses a formula that includes a new renewable raw material, modified vegetable oil (castor oil), as opposed to standard petroleum-based materials.
• Because our low-odor floor system contains no VOCs, they exceed Adhesives, Sealants and Sealant Primers: South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) Rule #1168 for LEED certified buildings. And that’s good news when building or remodeling according to LEED guidelines. Check with the USGBC (United States Green Building Council) for specific information on LEED credits for your particular application of Detention Coat System.
Staying in the “LEED”
• Green building is no longer just a fad or on the fringe of the industry. It is main stream, and has been accepted and embraced by the architectural community as well as owners and contractors across the country. It is important to understand exactly what LEED means to everyone involved in planning, financing, designing and building any commercial or municipal structure.
• LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) is simply a building rating system that places values on certain design, materials and building criteria. LEED promotes a whole-building approach to sustainability by recognizing performance in five key areas of human and environmental health: sustainable site development, water savings, energy efficiency, materials selection and indoor environmental quality.
• The points assigned for green building benchmarks in design, materials and practices in these five areas are tallied and the entire structure is given a LEED rating. LEED rated structures may provide owners with huge advantages when it comes time to market or occupy the building. So achieving a high LEED score is not only ecologically sound but also economically viable.
• Detention Coat flooring systems have the potential to contribute to LEED for New Construction certification, based on the LEED-NC v2.2 Rating System. There are 69 possible points, of which, Detention Coat System may contribute to up to 6 points.