Integrated system to build industrial concrete floors with innovative and particular properties that differentiate it from those defined as being "traditional" due to drastic reduction or definitive elimination.
Industrial flooring has been commonly installed for decades with "traditional" concrete, using poor quality concrete with inadequate performance, reinforced with modest or inadequate steel mesh, superficially armoured with hardening aggregates mostly involving river sand of modest Mohs hardness, etc. These floors are very often subject to chipping or detachment of the surface powder, fraying of the casting and expansion joints, the gradual wear of the surface hardness, the increase in concrete permeability and therefore degradation phenomena such as frost-defrost cycles, the loss of strength due to knocks and wear, etc. New technologies have made available innovative products and systems to solve the aforementioned problems, thanks to which we can finally confirm the time has arrived for "special concrete flooring".
The products used that characterise the concrete and the surface reinforcement of this innovative flooring can be briefly described as:
Final completion of the floor is composed of a special consolidating and dust-proof treatment with a lithium silicate base (QL NANO LITHIUM) applied immediately after surface reinforcement. Its main properties are:
It is UV resistant and remains stable over time.
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