A local printing firm requested Ultrasyntec’s services, to give their factory floor a new lease of life. After years of ink spills, heavy traffic and day to day hammer, it was well in need of some TLC.
The printers needed the floor to be able to handle the ink spills as well as the busy traffic from fork truck activity, but most of all, it had to be cost effective.
We decided to go with a Polyurethane Coating (gloss)
The reason for this, is that the concrete still had a very good surface and was hard enough to accept a captive shot blast, for the preparation. Their were areas which we had to diamond grind, in order to take off the ink that had built up over the years.
When all preparation was finished, we then concentrated on repairing the floor. All joints / bolt holes and damaged concrete was then repaired using a two pack Epoxy filler, sanded down to a smooth finish.
Over the course of 3 days we then applied the Polyurethane Coating.
The area size was 4424 Metre Square, which was completed in 5 days.
“A very nice job, and great lads”
Andrew Backhouse (Joint MD)