Industrial facilities and warehouses are an integral part of the business, but they are not so easy to maintain. One of the most prevalent problems is the floor. During work, they are regularly driven over by heavy machinery. Damage inevitably occurs over time. Without urgent handling, the problem only worsens and the cost of repairs increases. As a result, various other incidents cannot be eliminated as well. The cost of floor repairs will be lower if the work is carried out professionally in the initial stages of cracks or deformations.
How is a Concrete Floor Repaired?
- The boundaries of damaged, crushed, or cracked concrete are set
- Concrete is cut using an angled concrete cutter with dust extraction (70% lower dust emissions to the environment)
- Removal of dust and other dirt from the repaired area
- Lubrication of the repaired area with a material that improves the adhesion between the old concrete and the repair mixture
- Preparation and filling of the extremely fast-setting mixture (repaired areas of concrete floors can be operational after approximately 2 hours at +20 ºC)
- Floor grinding, levelling to the existing floor height
- Deformation, temperature seam cutting
- Sealing of cut seams using a special silicone, resistant to heavy transport
After this professionally carried out process, the repairs to the warehouse floor and the worries will no longer appear and will soon be forgotten.
The cost of repairs is calculated for each case individually, taking into account specific damage of the floor.