Chemical Plant

This project contained both internal and external areas. The external area had loose brickwork toward the bottom of the wall, so our team removed the loose bricks and infilled using an epoxy mortar to give strength to the wall.
P.1 – Exterior Area
This project contained both internal and external areas. The external area had loose brickwork toward the bottom of the wall, so our team removed the loose bricks and infilled using an epoxy mortar to give strength to the wall. Following this we mechanically grinded the whole floor and then applied a damp proof membrane. The next steps were to install the coving and a 6mm polyurethane screed to the floor to give the required resistance to thermal and chemical shock, along with a lightly textured finish.
P.2 – Interior Areas
Surface was prepared by using a three-phase Innovatech Once we mechanically grinded the area we applied two coats of damp proof membrane, the second coat had kiln-dried silica sand incorporated to provide a mechanical key for our main system. Again our team saw cut 20mm x 20mm chase cuts around all perimeter edges and stantions to act as anchor grooves because when a polyurethane screed cures it shrinks, allowing the system to grip into the grooves to give added strength.
P.2 – Application/Installation
The 6mm polyurethane screed is exactly what this client needs to protect the concrete floor, and to also provide a safe working environment. As pictured above our team also applied a three-pack polyurethane coving system to all cove areas to give a consistent finish throughout the areas.
P.3 – Result
This project went smoothly without any issues or delays, achieving exactly what the client had asked for. A great job by all involved!