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Norbar Torque Tools, Banbury

Norbar Torque Tools, Banbury

Banbury United Kingdom Epoxy MT100 Banbury Norbar Torque Tools Epoxy BS2000 Epoxy Flex PH Optiplan Base Epoxy BS3000 SG

A major extension to an existing company premises required some inventive techniques to ensure theflooring was fit for purpose once again. Over 5000m2 of finishes were applied to maximise the space to enable the client to in crease production.

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Construction project:
Floor coating - industrial systems
Building type:
Industrial buildings / halls
Short description
The whole area of the renovation was previously covered with a magnesite screed. Although Remmers have options to top such a substrate, the decision was made to remove the Magnesite as it was showing signs of deterioration in many areas and would always have been a concern to the client. Once removed, the substrate needed a new vapour barrier and significant levelling to give an even surface for future operations. The floor was primed with 2 coats of Epoxy MT100 and levelled with Optiplan Base screed between 10- 20mm thick across the full area. This was installed in 4 consecutive days applying over 1000m2 per day. Once left to cure and dry over the weekend, a layer of Epoxy Flex PH was applied at 2mm thick and finally topped with a slip resistant coat of Epoxy BS3000 SG incoporating Aluminium Oxide.
Client:
Norbar Torque Tools Ltd
Site address:
Wildmere Road , OX16 3JU Banbury
Date / completion:
2016
Is it possible to visit the site?
No

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