Concrete industrial floor grinding process

Process

Removing micro-roughness

The 3-step grinding process removes the top layer of the concrete from industrial warehouse floor

The 3-step grinding process removes the top layer of the concrete. The floor will become denser, providing a smooth surface where the dust particles will not settle.

Densification

The densification process involves applying a lithium densifier to the concrete

The densification process involves applying a lithium densifier to the concrete. This binds the free lime in the concrete resulting in a dense and compact surface. This product is designed to penetrate the concrete surface, as such, it will not form a film on the concrete that will wear off over time, meaning it will be much more durable for industrial floors.

Sealing the pores

Application of a protective sealer to industrial warehouse concrete floor

This step of the process is the application of a protective sealer. It is a water-based chemical which penetrates the concrete surface. This treatment is NOT a film forming coating and will protect the industrial floor for an extended period of time.

Polishing

Matt-Plus

Matt Plus finish applied to industrial warehouse concrete floor

A 3-step process creates a matt aesthetic. An ideal finish for customers who do not want a glossy floor. The treated surface is dust proof and resistant to abrasion. The absorption of water, oil and grease is minimised.

Semi-Gloss

Semi-gloss finish applied to industrial warehouse concrete floor

The 4-step process creates a semi-gloss finish. The floor will be smooth, abrasion resistant, non-dusting and easy to clean. The surface is protected against water, oil and grease stains.

High-Gloss

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The 6-step process creates a highly reflective floor. The surface is extremely hard, abrasion resistant, dust proof and easy to clean. The concrete floor will be protected against water, oil & grease stains. Building energy costs can be reduced due to less lighting being required to illuminate floorspace.

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