Industry sector

SECTORS OF INTERVENTION

CONCRETE GRINDING

Food production and processing coatings

Commercial sector floor coatings

Indoor and outdoor floor coverings

Car Parkings places

Antistatic surfaces

Flat resin layers

Terraces

Surface marking

Stairs

Baths

Walls coatings

Roofs and ceilings

Restoration

Self-leveling floor systems

UV-resistant coatings

Slip resistant surfaces

ANTI MOLD SYSTEMS

Useful lifespan?

What is the expected useful durability 2, 5, 10 or 20 years?

Is regular maintenance feasible or desirable?

Can it undergo localized maintenance?

Does the surface finishing satisfy present and future needs?

Mechanical resistance:
  • Physical loads (static and dynamic) that can affect the surface,
  • Resistance to abrasion,
  • Blows,
  • Incision and cutting
Chemical resistance:
  • Acid and alkaline
  • Thinners
  • Temperature
  • Steaming processes
  • Direct contact with chemicals

Heat resistance

Heat shock also l inked to washing and sanitation is one of most frequent causes for floors ageing early.

Concentrated loads and friction

As areas intended for goods loading and unloading, handling by dragging pallets, blunt bodies falling and therefore production departments, warehouses, etc.

Hygiene:

As the requirement to have monolithic surfaces, with no spacing, dust, gaps, easy to clean and sanitize and adequately resistant to chemicals.

Resistance to U.V.

As exposure of surfaces to different light sources, can cause unwanted early ageing phenomena such as yellowing, and chalking.

Resistance to rolling friction:

Wheels on office chairs are small in diameter and often support heavy weights.

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