RE: Slippery floor...

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From:"Weems, Joyce" <>
To:"'MacDonald, Jennifer'" <>, "Histonet (E-mail)" <>, "'Tom T. McNemar'" <>
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There is a carpet especially designed by 3M for histology labs. Info can be
obtained from Martinson-Nicholls, Inc. - 1-800-876-1312. It can be vacuumed
and can be made to cover the entire floor. 
Joyce Weems
Pathology Manager
Saint Joseph's Hospital of Atlanta

	-----Original Message-----
	From:	MacDonald, Jennifer []
	Sent:	Friday, March 31, 2000 2:16 PM
	To:	Histonet (E-mail); 'Tom T. McNemar'
	Subject:	RE: Slippery floor...

	The flooring is by Armstrong.  It is called Crosswalk.  Our flooring
	is trying to get cleaning instructions for me.

	> ----------
	> From: 	Tom T. McNemar[]
	> Sent: 	Wednesday, March 22, 2000 7:25 AM
	> To: 	Histonet (E-mail)
	> Subject: 	Slippery floor...
	> Does anybody know of a type of non-skid, non-slip flooring
suitable for a
	> histo lab?  The paraffin makes our floor treacherous!  We have
dealt with
	> this problem by using thin rubber mats taped to the floor.  This
makes for
	> a
	> pretty ugly floor and when the tape wears they come up anyway.  I
	> hoping
	> to find some type of tile that can replace the existing but it
needs to be
	> easily maintained.  Anybody know of anything?
	> Tom Mc Nemar
	> Pathology Supervisor
	> Licking Memorial Hospital
	> Newark, Ohio

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