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Industrial Flooring

Concrete is a structurally sound and cost effective building material. It is however, visually unexciting and subject to damage by many factors, including weathering over time. To improve the resilience to chemicals, ultra violet rays, high impacts and provide visually attractive floors, they are treated with stains, seals, epoxies and polyurethanes among others.  Depending on the condition of the concrete floor, there are number of steps that are necessary prior to application of these systems.

Concrete Surface Preparation

- Scarifying
- Milling
- Shot blasting
- Grinding
- Acid etching

Concrete Floor Repairs & Leveling

- V-Cut of cracks and joints
- Patching and repair
- Application of ARDEX® and MAPEI® engineered cements

Epoxy Floor Coatings Concrete Sealing & Staining

- Acid and non-acid stain applications
- Thin Film Systems
- 1/8”-1/4” Resinous Floor Systems
- Decorative Quartz Floor System
- Containment Systems
- Waterproof Membrane Systems

Problematic Concrete Solutions - Vapor/Moisture Emission and Contaminants

- CreteSeal® Retrofit CS2000 system
- CreteSeal® New Pour CS2000 Spray Apply system

Polished Concrete

- Mechanical or topical polishing

Aircraft Floor System

Aircraft Floor System

Aircraft Floor System

Vehicle Maintenance Floor Systems

Vehicle Maintenance Floor Systems

Vehicle Maintenance Floor Systems

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