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Precision Micro, Birmingham

Birmingham

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Floor Coatings

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After extensive trials and chemical exposure testing, Remmers resin systems were selected for the works. For the ceiling, Epoxy BS3000 SG provided chemical protection to the galvanised steel surface and exhibited excellent adhesive properties after the steel was prepared using an ice blasting process. The floors were a mixture of existing resin finishes, new concrete and Polypropylene drain covers. A selection of priming solutions for the different areas were utilised including, Epoxy ST100, Epoxy MT100 and Epoxy BS3000 SG. Then topped with Epoxy Flex PH laid at 2mm and sealed with PUR Top M+. Integral coved skirting was installed to all perimeters, 100mm high.

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Floor Coatings

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The concrete surface was dusting and creating an unhygienic working environemnt. As part of the overall fit-out, dust sealing coating was requried to a specific Bristish Stadnard 4800 colour to meet the clients deisgn criteria for a state of the art facility. A number of spray booths were to be in use and the floor coating needed to be chemically resistant to a number of solvent based chemicals which form part of the working operation.

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Concrete Protection and Repairs, Building Waterpoofing and Refurbishment

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The pool is permanently exposed to positive and negative water pollution. It was therefore important that an expansion zone remains in the middle of the joint seal, which allows the structure to work and provides an optimal surface. The joints should still be reliably sealed. Both the crack repair and the concrete repair were carried out in accordance with the classic procedure in accordance with the repair guidelines, in which cracks are closed by injecting epoxy or polyurethane resin using a drill packer. The concrete surfaces in particular had to be protected against chemical attack, especially against the high ammonium pollution from the connected meat industry.

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Floor Coatings

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Due to the nature of the business, a suitable ESD flooring was required for the protection area for testing, storage and manufacturing of sensitive electrical components. To determine the designated traffic routes around the building, a contrasting blue floor was laid to define the walkway and truck areas.

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Floor Coatings

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There were many criteria that had to to be met as the same flooring spec was to be used throughout multiple individual areas of the new building. In the gallery on the ground floor, special attention was paid to the UV stability of the floor coating due to the many floor-to-ceiling windows. The topic of "footfall noise reduction and noise level" was also important. This is why the decision was made to use a seamless PU coating, which, unlike mineral coverings, is not rock-hard, but rather elastic which offers a comfortable walking floor. Another positive effect for residents, guests and staff is the better acoustics. The floor does not reflect the sound as strongly as a tiled floor. This means that the acoustics in the rooms are pleasant.

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Floor Coatings

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In order to represent the theme of the Varus Battle and the architectural Germanic style, an important requirement for the floor covering was a rustic look with good slip resistance and high durability. Easy cleaning also played a major role in a public wellness facility.

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Norbar Torque Tools, Banbury

Banbury

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Floor Coatings

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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.

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Floor Coatings

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In order to facilitate orientation around the store, a coloured customer guidance system was to be installed on a floor area of over 1,800 m² to the respective product displays. With the colour-contrasting "lane", individual departments in the supermarket were highlighted to help guide the customer through the market. This also allowed the shopping trolleys to glide much more quietly than they would over tiled floor.

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Floor Coatings

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The floor in the Ratiopharm-Arena was designed with a coloured PU-coating with a flake scattering. Despite the transparent sealing, UV stability had to be guaranteed. As there is room for up to 9000 people in the arena, the floor is exposed to high mechanical stress. This is also the reason for the non-slip surface which must be present to ensure the safety of the visitors.

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Mortuary Temple of Hatshepsut, Egypt

New Valley Governorate

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Facade Protection and Refurbishment

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The fragments of the building showed different weathering and strength profiles due to the long period of weathering. These had to be compensated by different stone strengtheners. In addition, the chemical processes within the limestone were blocked, thereby preventing future absorption of water and dirt. The leveling of the fragments was also an important point in order to achieve a uniform appearance. Shattered relief blocks had to be glued together. Some of the limestone showed pronounced swelling and shrinking due to swellable clay minerals. This process had to be stopped. As there were no completely preserved Sphinx figures within the structure of the building, during the restoration process up to six complete figures were reconstructed from the many fragments.

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Floor Coatings

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An anti-slip coating suitable for heavy duty use, exposure to oil contamination and frequent high pressure cleaning was required. Samples of Remmers systems were applied for client assessment prior to application. The surface was prepared by vacuum shot blasting the area prior to the application of Remmers Epoxy FAS 100. Remmers Epoxy Flex PH, incorporating a quartz profile was chosen as a final coating.

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Floor Coatings

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The old flooring had to be removed and levelled with a filler. However, an asphalt floor appeared in the middle under the old flooring. . This had to be removed down to the concrete base to be able to apply the new coating without any problems.

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AbbVie, Sligo

Sligo

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Floor Coatings

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The new external chemical storage area required a suitable chemical resistant coating system. Epoxy FAS 100 primer was applied followed by Remmers epoxy WHG coating. This product was chosen for its crack bridging and chemical resistant properties.

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Dundrum Car Park, Dublin

Dublin

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Floor Coatings

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Originally built by building contractors John Sisk & Son, the car park at Dundrum town Centre has 110,000m2 of Remmers floor coatings and 140,000m2 of wall and soffit coatings. The system used for this project consists of Remmers epoxy FAS100, Remmers Epoxy Flex coating PH and Remmers Epoxy BS3000.

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Apple, Cork

Cork

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Floor Coatings

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Remmers Epoxy ESD Color 3K was installed by specialist contractor Larsen Contracts over a 24 hour period using fast-cure Epoxy Quick 100. Epoxy ESD 3k is an ESD compliant epoxy screed system, which is highly durable with a seamless finish.

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Tile Laying Systems, Floor Coatings

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The refurbishment of the hall included a new floor finish to compliment new bars and food outlets. The existing floor consisted of vinyl tiles and these in part were left in place to reduce cost and ensure the contract was completed in time. Remmers supplied samples and liaised with architects in ensuring the correct system was specified for the new floor. Remmers Epoxy FAS 100 was used as a special primer for adhesion to the vinyl tiles prior to the application of a flow applied Epoxyflex Coating PH, (applied in three colours). A scratch resistant and slip resistant seal coat PUR Top M+, was then applied to enhance the durability of the floor surface. Ceramix colour quartz system was used behind the bar areas for increased slip resistance.