Sherwin-Williams flooring systems gain DCL accreditation
Sherwin-Williams’ flooring systems are used in pharmaceutical, F&B, industrial, retail, commercial, and aerospace industries
Dubai government’s accreditation entity Dubai Central Laboratory (DCL) has approved the floor coating systems offered by Sherwin-Williams Protective & Marine Coatings, after inspectors from the DCL Green Building Standards team examined and tested the diverse range of flooring technology offered by the company.
The approval follows the accreditation for Sherwin-Williams FasTop range of decorative flooring systems by The Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Point International (HACCP), which examines best practice of all suppliers to the food industry.
Sherwin-Williams’ flooring systems are used in a number of industries, including food and beverage, pharmaceutical, industrial, retail, commercial, and aerospace, and offer benefits of non-taint, hard-wearing, decorative, impact resistance, slip-resistance, abrasion resistant, chemical protection, and thermal shock resistance.
Commenting on the accreditation, regional director of Sherwin-Williams Protective & Marine Coatings, said: “This is a significant accreditation and gives validation to the quality of our products and the processes we adhere to for our customers in this region.”