Uniquely resistant against disinfectants and stains
Dr. Schutz coatings protect the floor from stains and damage caused by aggressive chemicals such as iodine substitutes, disinfectants and cleaning agents.
Meets and exceeds strictest hygiene standards
The permanent coatings from Dr. Schutz seal surfaces and joints hermetically. In consequence, bacteria and dirt cannot settle there but are removed during cleaning. The 2-component Dr. Schutz coatings thus meet global hygiene standards.
We renovate your floors with hardly any downtime
Compared to replacing the floor, a renovation with Dr. Schutz can be carried out within a few days or even hours. If it has to be done particularly quickly, a special UV technique is used that makes the floor usable again within a very short time.
Proven to be more resistant than any other on-top coating
Thanks to their high abrasion resistance, Dr. Schutz coatings are ideal for areas that are exposed to high traffic.
Highest resistance to abrasion according to ISO 5470-1:1999 / ASTM D4060
Abrasion resistance in comparison after 1.000 rotations
Sources: EPH Certificate 2718538 from 12.02.2019 and FIGR- and WFK/FRT Report HO 2829/04-A
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Save costs in maintenance
Dr. Schutz permanent coatings create surfaces that are very easy to clean and thus reduce energy, water and chemical consumption by over 50%.
Renovate and protect conductive floors in operating areas and MRI rooms
With our ESD Medicoat system, ESD floors in sensitive areas can be renovated without much downtime. This unique coating systems makes it possible to fully restore conductivity and optimally protect your floors against stains and mechanical abrasion.
Slip-resistant floors in all areas
Slip accidents in hospitals can have serious consequences for everyone involved. With a special additive, which is mixed with our permanent coating, we equip your floors with the slip resistance class that meet and exceed HSE slip resistance guidelines of low risks for floors according to BS 7976-2 (SATRA Report).
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Comfort and safety thanks to colour concepts
Colours, symbols and patterns on the floor can help older patients in particular to find their way around and at the same time create a feeling of homeliness.
Renovate instead of tearing out
For every square metre of torn-out floors more than 3 kg of waste is produced, less than 10% of which can be recycled. By renovating with the Dr. Schutz floor remake system, you make a sustainable contribution to protecting the environment.
Reduce carbon dioxide emissions and protect the climate
Compared to replacing a floor, a renovation with the unique Dr. Schutz floor remake system saves over 98% in CO2 emissions. (Source: assessment 2020/06-12227 of the German Institute for Sustainability & Economics). To compensate the remaining 2% of CO2 emission and thus making our floor renovations completely carbon free, we support a regional reforestation project by PLANT MY TREE in Germany.
We spruce up the floors in your restrooms
Chic, hygienic, easy to clean – restrooms can be redesigned with our renovation systems. The on-top coating additionally ensures perfect hygiene and facilitates day-to-day cleaning enormously.
Praxisbeispiel vor und nach der Sanierung
Protect your canteen floors with scratchnomore
To prevent damage to new or recently renovated floors, we recommend equipping tables and chairs in canteens and cafeterias with our Scratchnomore furniture glides. They prevent scratches on the floor, even with furniture frequently being moved back and forth, and also have a noise-cancelling effect.
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old PVC floor, creative redesign with colours, borders and chips
old linoleum floor, redesigned with colour & chips
“We had a great need for renovation in the floor area of our hospital and then came across the Dr. Schutz system. A particular advantage was that our daily business could continue without disturbing staff and patients. We are extremely satisfied with the result.”