Floor Preparation

Preparation

Each floor is unique and will require a specific method of application, however before this process can begin the underlying area must be prepared or treated to guarantee maximum benefit from the new surface. Our team is able to undertake all aspects of floor preparation further ensuring the quality of finish is maintained and in no way compromised. Floors are blast cleaned using electrically powered vacuum -blasting machinery which ensures completely dust free operation.

 

Priming

Once prepared surfaces are then primed and ready to take the new top surface.  We have access to a number of the top quality primers required for all surfaces, these include;

Water Based Epoxy Primer – A two part dispersed water based epoxy coating suitable for use as an adhesion promoting primer to dense concrete surfaces such as power floated concrete in a wide range of locations such as dairies, abattoirs, food preparation areas, and factories. The cured material is non-toxic and is suitable for use in contact with drinking water and foodstuffs.

Water Based Epoxy DPM Primer – A two part dispersed water based epoxy coating that provides a damp resistant membrane and suppressant to concrete floors and walls. The product can be applied over damp or green concrete and can be used to provide a semi-matt slip resistant surface to concrete floors, especially in areas subject to damp conditions, and where there has been no damp proof membrane in the subfloor.

Epoxy SL Primer – A two pack system, comprising of pre weighed amounts of Base and Curing Agent components, used a primer for concrete prior to application of Epoxy Resin and Polyurethane Resin seamless floor systems. As an adhesive for bonding new to old concrete e.g. resin bonding new floor toppings to old concrete. As a protective treatment to exposed steel re-enforcement during concrete repair.

Epoxy OT Primer – A two-component epoxy resin membrane that is tolerant of residual oil contamination in concrete floors. This primer is designed to improve the adhesion of coatings and screed systems to substrates that have previously been contaminated with oils, and have been thoroughly cleaned but may still retain some residual contamination.

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