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Industrial floor systems

Mechanical loading capacity due to fast and efficient finishes

Industrial floors - floors for various environments

Industrial floor systems can be found in all major sectors. That is why we, along with our experienced partners, have been providing support to a wide range of industrial sectors from automobile or mechanical engineering through to pharamceutical and other industrial sectors where floors need to keep what they promise and meet certain criterias.

An important success factor is the durability of an industrial floor. The most common mechanical loads to which floors are exposed are: traffic, impact, abrasion or point loads. This is why floor systems need to be specifically selected and applied for the individual loads.

In addition, chemical resistance is becoming increasingly important loads with respect to the stricter ground and water pollution control regulations (WHG § 62/63). Numerous chemicals are used in industrial applications and these can impact heavily on the floor substrate. These include oils, greases, fuels and soluble salts through to various alkalis, very caustic acids and aggressive cleaning agents. The concentration of chemicals in combination with the temperature conditions create a base for selecting the optimum industrial floor.

Industrial floor systems

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Article No. 1157

Thixotropic primer resin

Article No. 1160

Transparent priming and mortar resin

Article No. 0936

Fast primer for slightly moist substrates

Article No. 0916

Special, substrate-tolerant primer

Article No. 6810

Pigmented textured coating

Article No. 6840

Hard grain coating

Article No. 6980

Pigmented coating

Article No. 6800

Tough coating

Article No. 1427

Transparent priming and mortar resin in systems subject to approval

Article No. 1428

Chemically resistant, crack-bridging coating

Article No. 6735

Anti-slip, transparent sealant

Article No. 6626

Pigmented, matt sealant

Article No. 1224

Pigmented primer and base layer

Article No. 6720

Coloured flakes for contrast blinding

Article No. 4405

Fire-dried quartz sand

Article No. 4407

Fire-dried quartz mix

Article No. 6752

Kiln-dried quartz sand mixture

Article No. 6742

Mineral blinding material