Industrial Flooring Features

Industrial floors with a polished surface have become increasingly popular for years. In manufacturing and storage facilities, they are valued as a high-quality, highly economical and sustainable alternative to coatings made of epoxy or PU resins. In the retail and wholesale of food and non-food industries, the virtually maintenance-free polished industrial floors are high-quality yet inexpensive alternatives to maintenance-intensive and cleaning-intensive slabs made of concrete or porcelain stoneware.

The Industrial Flooring hardly ever wear out and they permanently retain their optimized surface structure. Therefore, sanded or polished surfaces set new standards in terms of cleanability, dust-free, appearance, reliability, and maintainability over the reaction resin-coated or "wing-only" surface.

Elaborate and expensive intermediate remedial measures, which often have to be carried out with reactive resin coatings, are eliminated. Also, the very high cleaning ability of the floors ensures that the cleaning costs are significantly reduced and the surface is freed of dust, dirt - with each cleaning cycle can be removed due to the optimized soil structure much more dirt than usual. This leads to an apparently clean environment and significantly increases the quality in many production processes.

Use of Laser Screed

Whether industrial floor or design floor, it offers visually appealing solutions. Concrete polishing systems using various screed laying techniques allow your screed to be designed not only as an insensitive industrial floor but also as a design floor: dyed, stained screeds are just as possible as wax seals. That is why customers increasingly choose screed for the individual, special living space design.

Polished concrete surfaces are a strong contribution to the sustainable operation of buildings in production, logistics, and trade.


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