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About Automotive

3-Part CSI specifications  

Automotive

Automotive facilities don’t start and stop and your local repair shop.  The automotive industry is a multi billion dollar industry and much of it involves large open spaces to accommodate vehicles of all shapes, sizes and conditions.

The type of flooring in an automotive facility is an important choice and one not to make lightly.  The type of floor system will depend on the budget, functionality and look required.  Here are some typical automotive flooring uses.

Each of the above facilities may require slightly different finishes and durability.  For example an assembly line will need to have highlighted work areas and a safe slip resistant finish for a safe work area, whereas a showroom floor should be flashy and enhance the look of the vehicles that are being displayed.

3-Part CSI specifications for Automotive

3-Part CSI specifications for Automotive
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Easy Specifications with 3-Part MANU-SPECS
Take the guesswork out of specifications on your next project with our CSI 3-Part MANU-SPECS®. This section was designed with the architect, specifier, designer and property owner in mind. Feel confident in specifying the leading engineered specialty surface and flooring products. Although we do have a number of generic specifications listed, we specialize in working with specifiers to custom build specifications for each individual project.
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