- HANGAR AND WAREHOUSE INDUSTRIAL CONCRETE FLOORING
Hangar flooring must have superior high wear properties against scratches and scrapes caused by dropped nuts and bolts, dragged tools or equipment.
- FACTORY CONCRETE FLOORING
Factory concrete flooring technology applied to newly-built factories is unequalled cost-efficient. Having considered initial construction cost and later maintenance expenses the technology is unattainable to traditional solutions, such as ceramic tiles or fitted carpet. Factories need floor coatings that can withstand day-to-day workloads while still being easy to maintain, as well as visually appealing.
- STORAGE AND FACILITY
Warehouse and storage facilities require flooring that can meet the demands dictated by the many ongoing activities that take place within them. On any given day, a busy warehouse is likely to have forklift or pallet truck traffic carrying heavy loads. Oftentimes, pallets and boxes are dragged across the floor. Warehouses may also require a presentable environment for tours, customers, and workers.
- POWER PLANT CONCRETE FLOORING
The goal of production facilities and manufacturing plants is to work continuously at maximum efficiency. A slowdown for any reason due to flooring in production plants is unacceptable. Damaged, cracked, slippery or otherwise unsafe concrete flooring is a danger to workers and is a drag on productivity. In contrast, carefully selected production or plant flooring supports overall efficiency and management’s long-term budgetary goals.
- Slab on Grade
Slab on grade - or floating slab foundations are a structural engineering practice whereby the concrete slab that is to serve as the foundation for the structure is formed from a mold set into the ground. The concrete is then placed into the mold, leaving no space between the ground and the structure.
- Light Weight Concrete
Light weight concrete - can be defined as a type of concrete which includes an expanding agent in that it increases the volume of the mixture while giving additional qualities such as nailbility and lessened the dead weight.
- Leveling under tile Screed
Leveling under tile screed - are used to form a flat and level surface, with adequate strength and resistance to indentation, on which other flooring is laid.