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Polishing concrete by hands is something that can be done with hands using the appropriate tools and techniques. Here are steps to follow for polishing concrete with hands. The primary stage of preparation of the old floor involves cleaning the surface from old tiles, varnishes, paints and other contaminants by milling or by shot blasting. The next step eliminates potholes, cracks and deformation shrinkage seams. In order to level the surface, use epoxy mastic. It is required to...
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What Is industrial flooring

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  To the question - what is the industrial flooring ? - the first thing is an industrial structure - a large object, implying its production features. But this does not mean that the industrial floor is used exclusively at industrial construction sites. In the term "industrial", the importance is not so much that the floor is located on an industrial site - in a shop, in a warehouse, etc., but that the floor is operated...
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Choosing a concrete flooring solution for a warehouse - Professional Approaches If you require concrete flooring in warehouses and hangars, then you need a clear understanding of the purpose of the floor for storage/ warehouse space. What should it be? Flat floor in the warehouse, this is the most important condition. In overwhelming cases, the floor surface in the warehouses is made of concrete, and if required, with a hardened top layer.  Such a floor is...
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Concrete Industrial Laser flooring

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Concrete industrial flooring Using Laser Screed Technology The Laser Screed Concrete Flooring guarantees inimitable quantitative and qualitative performance, as well as a considerable reduction in work time and costs. Through the automated system, laser screed machines ensure greater precision in the laying of the concrete, which takes place at the predetermined level, and a total uniformity of the final surface.  The optimization of the seasoning and compacting phase allows overcoming all the problems related to manual laying in...
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Polished Concrete - 12 Advantages

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  Polished concrete has many advantages due to which it is preferred choice in Industrial Warehouses, Factories. Let us know some of the advantages of Polished Concrete Floors. 1. High strength. 2. Durability. The service life is practically determined by the service life of the building, where the floors are made. Approximately once every 7-10 years, a planned schedule is recommended, consisting of light polishing (the so-called update).  3. Polished concrete floor has high wear resistance.  4. Highest...
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Industrial floors for a warehouse factories should provide both general performance characteristics: resistance to mechanical stress, dust, hygiene; and unique performance properties of the floor for various purposes.   The modern warehouse occupies an essential place in the structure of organizations. The protection of the concrete floor of the industrial floor in the warehouse prevents its premature destruction, reduces maintenance costs, thereby improving the performance of the industrial floor.    The choice of industrial flooring...
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Types of Industrial Flooring

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Industrial Flooring is in great demand and we can broadly classify these floors based on material used. Here are various types of Industrial Floors. Concrete floors  This is one of the most common types of Industrial flooring, which often serves as a base for the functionality of all other types of coatings. It is the strength, evenness, and reliability of concrete floors that determine the operational characteristics of future floors, made on their basis. Paint floors ...
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The rough concrete surface becomes dirty and breaks down much faster than polished. In addition, from an aesthetic point of view, polished concrete looks much more attractive. Polishing concrete can be done by own hands, which will greatly improve its aesthetic qualities and performance. After grinding, the floor can be laid on concrete or its surface can remain open.  Preparatory stages of work To obtain the desired result, it is necessary to perform surface preparation...
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Concrete floors are most in demand for equipping warehouses, regardless of whether the floor is being filled or the concrete layer will be finished. Concrete Warehouse Floors are one of the most important elements of a warehouse complex. They experience huge loads, a hard abrasive, mechanical, impact, constantly subject to the influence of chemical elements and temperature changes. Why Warehouse Flooring Is Important The warehouse floors are subject to increased requirements. Warehouse Flooring should be:  Resistant...
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How To Lay A Concrete Floor

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Due to the fact that concrete floors are capable of withstanding significant loads, their application area is quite large. This type of floor is ideal for industrial facilities (factories, factories, warehouses, vegetable stores, offices, supermarkets, etc.). Also, often a concrete floor is poured into sheds, garages and other economic buildings. The most common is a polished concrete floor, but, for example, in the pig sector demand for slotted concrete floors. If you decide to do...
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The concrete is essentially a cheap material, easy to maintain and durable when applied correctly in buildings, floors or coating. The material is the result of a mixture of cement, sand, water, and gravel, therefore, although resistant, it is usually subject to the appearance of cracks and cracks, which need to be repaired. 1- Incorrect  Preparation  Each type of concrete should be prepared with the correct proportions of the materials: cement, sand, water, and stone crushed...
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Concrete Polishing

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    Concrete Polishing : Best way to treat concrete surfaces. 'Polished concrete eliminates the need for continually replacing your flooring, making it a value for money proposition' says Parmeet Bhalla  Director, BGSB Concrete Solutions Pvt Ltd Concrete polishing is steadily becoming the preferred choice of those looking for the ultimate no-wax/ epoxy flooring material. Thanks to recent advances in polishing equipment and techniques, concrete floors, both old and new, are attaining high-gloss finish that never...
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Concrete Curing Options

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  Concrete Curing Options: 1. Water Cure Flooded Ponded Mist Sprayed Water curing is the most effective method for curing concrete. Not the best option for Decorative Concrete work as thismethod is prone to efflorescence causing discoloration. Works well for standard gray concrete, or concrete that will be usedfor polished surfaces. 2. Water Retention Methods Sand Canvas Burlap Straw Keeping the above stated options continuously wet or damp during the curing period will allow concrete to...
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Concrete Joint types

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  Concrete Joint types Freshly placed concrete is always prone to cracking off inside corners. Spacing Recommendations no more that 2-3 times the size in inches 4 inch thick slab need joints that are 8-12 feet on center 2” slab = 4 to 6 foot joints 5 cm slab = 2 meter squared joints 4” slab = 8 to 12 foot joints 10 cm, slab = 3.5 meter squared joints 6” slab = 12 to 18...
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Preventing Concrete Cracks

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  Preventing Concrete Cracks “WHY CONCRETE CRACK” Poorly compacted or prepared sub-grade: Excavations beneath the slabthat are not to be filled with concrete (usually plumbing or other mechanical trenches) should be brought back to grade in compacted lifts. This means a 24" (60 cm) trench would be back filled 6" (15 cm) at a time, each "lift" being mechanically vibrated so it is left compact. If these excavations are not compacted when backfilled, this loose soil...
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Superflat flooring in India

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Now Introducing superflat Concrete floors in India which will facilitate smooth and quick VNA (very narrow isle) movement within your warehouses and factories....
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