I have a lab type area that has epoxy coating on the walls. There are spots throughout that are cracking and peeling, in several areas not just the paint but skim coats underneath also. The building is not very old, about 3 years now, but it has been happening since the first year. Does anyone have any idea how i could go about looking for reasons why or courses of action to stop it from spreading?
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i would need to know where the room is located within your facility. Does it have an exterior wall? Is the peeling happening on every wall? What is the average daily temperature and RH in the space, especially during the hot months? Is the peling more prevelant during any particular season?
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