The most important part of laying any new Urethane Mortar floor is preparation. If the concrete floor is not cleaned and prepared properly, the urethane will not bond well with the concrete, reducing the longevity dramatically.
The first step of the installation process is mechanically grinding the concrete floor. This removes all dirt, old coatings, oil, stains, and impurities. It also helps create the right concrete profile, by opening the concrete pores.
We then move on to repair all cracks and holes in the concrete slab.
Once we are happy with the look of the concrete slab, we move on to applying the base coat of urethane cement and broadcast it with kiln-dried sand, to achieve the desired thickness and slip resistance. Once the base coat is fully cured, we remove the loose sand and apply a urethane cement topcoat. When it is fully cured, your facility can return to business.
The physical properties of urethane mortar systems and slurry broadcast systems are far superior to that of epoxy systems when it comes to specific applications such as heavy-duty industrial food processing, pharmaceutical manufacturing facilities, breweries or meat, fish, and dairy processing plants.
If you are running a food processing plant, commercial kitchen, or pharmaceutical company, time is of the essence. Urethane cement and slurry broadcast systems have a quick turnaround time of 6 to 8 hours, meaning your facility will be closed only for a couple of hours.
The combination of urethane resin and kiln-dried sand creates a robust product that can handle heavy foot and machine traffic. Moving heavy food trolleys will not scratch or marks your floor. These systems can also withstand harsh chemicals, alkaline and animal fats.
The constant need of washing the floors and wall of food facilities, require the need of an impervious floor like Urethane Cement and Slurry broadcast systems. With their non-porous surface combined with coving, water and other liquids will not be able to get underneath the floor. This also makes it easy to clean and able to be pressured cleaned.
Urethane mortar and slurry coatings arei capable of handling instant temperature fluctuations ranging from -40 degrees F up to 250 degrees F and retains its physical characteristics. This makes it ideal for cold storage and commercial kitchens.
To ensure the durability and longevity of Quartz Flooring, the most essential part of the installation process is floor preparation.
We start by mechanically grinding the floor to remove all dirt, oil, stains, grime and loose particles.
Next, we fill in all holes and cracks in the concrete floor and apply a primer coat. When the primer coat is fully cured, we apply the slurry base layer and broadcast the colored quartz onto the wet slurry. After the slurry broadcast layer is fully cured, we remove the excess quartz and seal the floor with a specially designed topcoat.Your new Quartz Flooring will be ready to walk on in no time.
With 20 years of experience and over 200 types of flooring options, we have the equipment and personnel to get any floor from 500 square feet to 250,000 square feet done right, on time and on budget.
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