Polishable surface in 7 days

Polishable surface in 7 days

DECORATIVE POLISHED CONCRETE REVOLUTION!

We invite you to be part of concrete revolution. Thanks to patent pending Concria Optimal Slab™
Deco topping system polished design concrete floors can be installed faster than ever before!
Topping is applied on freshly laid concrete. Normally concrete floor can be polished 28 days after
casting. Optimal Slab™ surface can be ground and polished into high gloss in just 7 days after
casting as compression strength is already over 5000 psi. With Concria™ Fast power trowel
polishing system it’s possible to grind and polish the surface 80 % faster than with traditional
grinding methods.

DECORATIVE POLISHED CONCRETE REVOLUTION!

We invite you to be part of concrete revolution. Thanks to patent pending Concria Optimal Slab™ Deco topping system polished design concrete floors can be installed faster than ever before! Topping is applied on freshly laid concrete. Normally concrete floor can be polished 28 days after
casting. Optimal Slab™ surface can be ground and polished into high gloss in just 7 days after casting as compression strength is already over 5000 psi. With Concria™ Fast power trowel polishing system it’s possible to grind and polish the surface 80 % faster than with traditional
grinding methods.

READY CONCRETE TOPPING IN 8-10 DAYS

READY CONCRETE TOPPING IN 8-10 DAYS

SPEED UP CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULES!

Optimal Slab™ surface can be ground and polished into high gloss in just 7 days after casting as compression strength is already over 5000 psi.

Project size 100,000 sqft, four workers

SPEED UP CONSTRUCTION SCHEDULES!

Optimal Slab™ surface can be ground and polished into high gloss in just 7 days after casting as compression strength is already over 5000 psi.

Project size 100,000 sqft four workers

BCA - Abrasion Resistance Test

Abrasion resistance is an important performance requirement in commercial and industrial floors. Floors can be exposed to quite aggressive actions from trucks and foot traffic. Tests are carried out using equipment which conforms to the requirements of BS EN 13892-4:2002. Known as the BCA abrasion test machine, the floor surface is assessed by measuring the depth of wear created by three hardened wheels rotating over a circular area for a standard number of revolutions (2850 + / – 10). The depth of wear is used to assess the quality of the floor and classifies it in accordance with BS 8204-2:2003+A2:2011.

Optimal Slab™ surface wear of depth after BCA test 0,02 mm

4000 psi concrete surface wear of depth after BCA test 0,42 mm

Böhme test

Abrasion resistance is an important performance requirement in commercial and industrial floors. Floors can be exposed to quite aggressive actions from trucks and foot traffic. The disc abrader conforming to Böhme method consists of a rotating wheel made of cast iron, 750 mm dia., with a defined test track to receive the abrasive material (white corundum sand) and a no-vibration specimen holder with a two arms lever loading device.

The test specimen is clamped with an holder and submitted to a test force of 294 +/-3 N. After the abrasive is strew on the disc, the disc starts to rotate with a constant speed for a certain number of cycles according to Standards EN 1338. At the end of the test the abrasion effect is measured as the loss (A= cm3 / 50 cm2) in specimen thickness or volume.

Abrasion resistance, Böhme (DIN EN 13813)

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