They are floors that are made in the fields up to 3000m2 without expansion joints. The working fields are separated by a special expansion joint system that protects the edges of the panels and eliminates the so-called keying(klawiszowanie) The correctness of making a jointless floor is determined by many factors, and the most important of them are:
- suitably homogeneous surface
- specially designed concrete mix that guarantees concrete homogeneity
- the right amount and type of distributed reinforcement
- appropriate spacing of working fields
- proper maintenance
In some cases, we carried out the implementation by using a traditional top and bottom reinforcement. Our designers select the construction of a jointless floor individually for each task.
Thin-layer floors on adhesion layers
These are floors made on the so-called tackle bridge. The tack bridge is made on a clean concrete base using a special cement-based mortar modified with polymers. For a freshly made tack bridge, the suitable material and concrete are poured, then blurred depending on the type of surface finish desired.
Floors with thermal insulation layers
These are floors made on the surface of EPS or XPS styrodur layers. Depending on loads per floor surface, the class of thermal insulation layer, as well as the thickness and type of floor reinforcement, are selected. The technology of finishing the floor can be freeform.
Floors for high storage racks
In this case, the floor’s parameters must be selected for heavy loads from shelving. Depending on the pressure on the foot of the rack, the size of the foot and their spacing, our designers can choose the right thickness and type of reinforcement. Due to the huge height of lifting goods by forklifts, the evenness of the floor must be adapted to special requirements. We make the floors for high storage shelves in accordance with TR34 and DIN 15 185 standards.
Hardening ‘wet to dry’
Hardening in technics ‘wet to dry’ we use in the case where there is a need to repair an existing floor or renovation of an old floor. The surface of an old floor remains prepared suitably. We remove the outer, polluted concrete layer (e.g through milling or shot blasting). Such a prepared surface then undergoes moistening. In the next step, on the prepared base, we distribute the adhesive layer. Next, we apply ready mortar mixtures to a thickness of min. 8 mm. Such applied mortar, in the subtitle moment, we blur mechanically. At the end of this process, we obtain again hardened, smooth, hard-wearing surface.
Hardening ‘wet to dry’
The floor in this technics is made on a basic concrete slab poured from a floor concrete class min. C20 / 25. After preliminary rubbing the concrete mix, the ready, cemental, and hard-to-wear mortar is applied. The thickness of the applied layer is from 5 to 15 mm. In order to control the thickness of the layer, the mixture is spread by using an aluminum batten, puling it along with the distance profiles. Such applied mortar, in the subtitle moment, we blur mechanically. At the end of this process, we obtain again hardened, smooth, hard-wearing surface.