ASG Services has been supplying physical barriers, line marking, safety signage and labelling to warehouse operators as part of its core services for 25 years. By working in close collaboration with its customers, ASG Services helps them to understand which safety solution is best for their needs.

When it comes to flooring and line marking, understanding operational need is critical.

Chris Hopkirk, Sales Director, ASG Services said: “ASG Services is a market leader in internal line and floor marking for all kinds of warehouses, with a range of solutions to suit all budgets and needs. A properly prepared warehouse floor will enhance the safety and efficiency of the facility, so it is important that businesses select the right solution for them.

“We work in collaboration with our customers and by getting them to understand what the operations within their warehouse are likely to be, we can help them identify the right line marking solution for their needs. Once we have understood the volume, weight and various activities performed by their MHE, so we can best advise them on the most appropriate preparation and resin to use.”

One of ASG’s specialisms is Shot Blasting, which is a durable and versatile method of floor marking favoured by many customers for speed of installation and lifespan.

Specified for facilities with busy fork lift truck movements, shot blasting can be installed on most floors, making it suitable for old and new warehouses or distribution centres which need cost-effective floor marking, but where long-lasting durability is not essential.

The most durable solution ASG offers is Diamond Shaving. Shaving an area of concrete floor creates a rough surface to help the paint system key more firmly. This removes any seal or ‘Power Float’ coating and is done with the use of a specialised diamond blade shod machine to a depth of 1mm – 4mm. This preparation can last for at least five years, if not longer depending on usage.

The line edge created during shaving creates an accurate and clean finish on prepared concrete, something not possible with other line marking methods.

To help customers identify which is the best solution for their needs, ASG has developed a simple line marking selector tool. Once customers have completed the selector, they can call ASG to discuss how to implement the right solution.

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