SELF-LEVELING

CONCRETE

This system will provide you with a highly reflective, flat, and tolerant surface with a Modern Contemporary look

Self-leveling concrete is a liquid-rich, impact-resistant, ultra-smooth, self-leveling flooring system. Once cured, the system results in a highly durable, super-smooth, and polished surface with incredible gloss. It can be installed directly over a concrete substrate with a thickness of ¼” to ½” in one operation and up to 5” with the addition of aggregate. Known for its excellent adhesion, the Self Levelling can be installed over both indoors and outdoors floor. The system can be used over a concrete substrate and other non-porous surfaces such as ceramic tiles to provide a hard, flat, smooth surface for warehouses, utility rooms, and light manufacturing.

This system will provide you with a highly reflective, flat, and tolerant surface with a Modern Contemporary look that enhances the overall appearance of your facility and creates a neat and clean work environment that gives you an aesthetic feel. When it comes to protection, the self-leveling concrete can produce an ideal surface resistant to chemicals, fire, stains, water, and abrasion. It can withstand heavy foot traffic caused by the continuous to-and-fro movement of people.

Self Leveling Concrete is one of the best choices for the areas that require static control and low-friction flooring. The system is ideal to be installed in cleanrooms, laboratories, restaurants, and retail stores.

KEY FEATURES

  • Modern Contemporary Look
  • User Friendly
  • Ultra-Smooth Finish
  • Super Adhesive
  • High resistance to Abrasion and Chemicals
  • Solid Impact Resistant
  • Fire, Water, and Stain Resistant
  • Can Withstand Heavy Traffic
  • Outstanding Glossy Look
  • Complete System from a Single Source
  • Various Coloring Options
  • Various protective finishes available for Light, Medium, and Heavy traffic

SUGGESTED APLICATIONS

  • Warehouses
  • Restaurants
  • Meeting rooms
  • Light manufacturing plants
  • Utility Rooms
  • Offices
  • Retails Stores
  • Lofts in High-rise buildings
  • Living Rooms
  • Museums
  • Art galleries
  • Basements
  • Kitchens
  • Bedroom