Every Component’s at Risk – Excessive Moisture and PH Level
Excessive moisture within concrete is the most common reason of flooring failures in modern day buildings. Almost all components of a floor covering installation would be deemed sensitive to excessive moisture in some shape or form.
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A collaborative approach to moisture – We’re in this together
Whether it’s a recently placed concrete slab or an existing concrete subfloor, it’s more than likely that moisture will pose a significant threat to the proposed resilient flooring installation at some stage during the floor’s intended service life.
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Selecting an appropriate curing regime for concrete is critical to the successful outcome of a project, especially when the concrete itself is to be overcoated or have a topically applied flooring system installed.
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Just one easy application of X260 Medi-Vet is all that is required for 15 years of permanent protection from bacteria and moisture GUARANTEED!!! A new topical flooring system can be installed immediately, the room can be occupied within 2 days. There is always a high demand for accommodation, so this fast turnaround is imperative.
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Specifying Technically Sound E3 Building Integrity into Subfloor Preparation and Flooring Installation Systems
The Protect Crete range has been supplied to New Zealand for over 15 years and has great success in supporting the flooring industry with Total Warranted Systems supported and applied by Oxtek Solutions Australia.
Click on link to read the full article in edition 2 of the Flooring magazine Edition 2