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Training & Certification Info

Concrete Polishing Repair & Restoration

Sponsored by Niagara Machine & Sunbelt Rentals

picture1.gifIf you are new to the surface prep industry or are trying to expand the services that your company provides, allow us to help. Niagara Machine and Sunbelt Rentals, concrete polishing training seminars are held regularly, at various locations throughout the country. Whether you need to understand the whole grinding and polishing process, or just need to get certified on one of our products, we encourage anyone who takes hard floor care seriously to sign up for a class. Classes are taught by our factory-certified staff, along with experts from throughout the industry. 

Call for information — 704-329-5701 (ask for Liam Morann – Training Coordinator).


A one day, hands-on training that will cover grinding, polishing, color application, and repair techniques.

Limited Availability - Reserve Your Spot Today 

February 19, 2020 Charlotte, NC SIGN UP
March 18, 2020 Boston, MA SIGN UP
April 15, 2020 Minneapolis, MN SIGN UP
May 13, 2020 Denver, CO SIGN UP
June 17, 2020 Detroit, MI SIGN UP
July 15, 2020 Atlanta, GA SIGN UP
August 19, 2020 Philadelphia, PA SIGN UP
September 16, 2020 Memphis, TN SIGN UP
October 14, 2020 Dallas, TX SIGN UP
November 17, 2020 San Diego, CA SIGN UP
November 19, 2020 Los Angeles, CA SIGN UP
December 9, 2020 Savannah, GA SIGN UP




  • Classes are hands on — you run the equipment!
  • Classes are taught by Niagara’s experienced staff
  • You get to see all of our equipment lines
  • Class sizes are limited — a lot of individual attention





  • Floor evaluation
  • Equipment selection and operation
  • Removal of existing coating
  • Repair techniques
  • Joint filling
  • Diamond tooling selection
  • Grinding process
  • Honing and polishing process
  • Color application
  • Densifier Application
  • Sealer Application
  • Maintaining polished concrete


Industrial Facilities Training

Industrial facility managers across the country are fed up with the issues caused by old inadequate floors. One of the most popular ways of rejuvenating industrial floors is to polish the concrete. Polished concrete is not only easy to maintain but is cost effective as well.

Here at Niagara Machine, we have helped hundreds of floor owners repair and restore their concrete floors through the use of grinders and shot blasting machines. Our experienced sales and hard floor care training team can help you rejuvenate your floor, too. Got an epoxy, carpet, or tile floor? No problem. Niagara's line of industrial floor care machines, products and experience is second to none.

Call for information — 704-329-5701 (ask for Liam Morann – Training Coordinator).

Niagara Road Show

Doesn’t make sense to get your crew to our location, no worries. Niagara will come to you. Our experts can train at your site. Contact us today — 704-329-5701 (ask for Liam Morann – Training Coordinator).

AIA Continuing Education Education Programs

Course Title: Floor Protection at the Speed of Light UV Cured - 101
Course Description: The use of ultraviolet light has been utilized as an in-plant method with protective coatings for well over four decades. Now, this technology has been brought into the field obtaining the same long-term durable results. Concrete floors, whether stained, dyed or left natural, can now have a factory-applied, fast-track finish in the field. 
Credit Designation: LU
Course Format: Face to Face

Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe the history of UV curing
  2. Describe where UV curing is currently being used
  3. Describe the UV curing photochemical reaction
  4. Describe the markets UV cured materials are suitable for

Primary Point of Contact: 
Scott Thome - Niagara Machine, Inc. - 800-622-2048 -

Course Title: Bacteria, Mold and Mildew in Flooring Mold - 101
Course Description: The roof and interior floor of a building are both equally important to the occupants. When one of these causes a health hazard, the entire facility is at risk. This course describes how bacteria, mold and mildew can be minimized at the floor to create a healthier environment.
Credit Designation: LU/HSW
Course Format: Face to Face

Learning Objectives:

  1. Describe what mold and mildew are
  2. Describe where mold and mildew come from
  3. Describe how to minimize the growth of mold and mildew
  4. Describe what VOC (volatile organic compound) is

Primary Point of Contact: 
Scott Thome - Niagara Machine, Inc. - 800-622-2048 -