Beginning in September 2017, the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) began enforcing its new Crystalline Silica Standard, which reduces the permissible exposure limit (PEL) of …
Curecrete offers FREE AIA Continuing Education Seminars and Lunch & Learns to architects! Signing-up is easy and simple!
In this informational video, we discuss the many conditions that can affect the surface appearance of a concrete floor and what a floor will look like after the Ashford Formula has been applied.
Curecrete is excited to announce the debut of the “Ashford Formula Application Process” video! Watch it here and catch some behind the scenes photos of our team hard at work!
Ashford Formula and RetroPlate have been certified as providing “High-Traction” by the National Floor Safety Institute (NFSI) through December 13, 2020.
Tremendous growth in the popularity of concrete polished floors has precipitated the need for clearer standards regarding the appearance of exposed levels of aggregate and the finished gloss of a floor.
The Concrete Polishing Council’s position statement on slab protection during the construction process.
Our Technical Director, Dave Hoyt (co-author) shares what is being done to fund, test and evaluate these non-traditional methods and finally get an answer.
Our Supporting Products Director, Peter Wagner, addresses 3-step polishing systems now that a year has gone by.. What successes has the industry seen from this new niche of accelerated polishing?
Peter Wagner, Supporting Products Director discusses and shares his insights on the current state of the concrete polishing industry.
Still unsure about what HPDs are and aren’t? We answer some FAQs for you and discuss how you can use them to your advantage.
Peter Wagner, Director of Supporting Products Development discusses the importance of concrete maintenance, specifically for densified and polished floors in the November 2017 issue of Building Services Magazine.
Curecrete announces new set of tests showing Ashford Formula™ and RetroPlate® floors can be classified as a dissipative rather than a conductive floor.
Curecrete Distribution, Inc. is proud to announce CreteClean Plus with ScarGuard™ and CreteClean Plus – Single Dose™ as NSF certified, and listed in the NSF International/Nonfood Compounds Registration Program as of June 2017.
A number of manufacturers provide an accelerated grinding and/or refining and polishing process for polished concrete. These processes aren’t for every floor or contractor.
Architects, engineers and owners are increasingly looking for building products that have HPD’s as the sustainability movement continues to move forward. Curecrete Distribution, Inc. is pleased to have HPD’s available for both of our flagship products.