Specialist contractor Imperial Resin Coatings has installed a fast curing Sikafloor PurCem polyurethane resin system at Young’s Seafood Ltd in Grimsby. The flooring system offers a hard-wearing surface, slip and chemical resistance and a smooth finish.
There was decaying concrete beneath the tiles which needed to be ground out and a large standing water issue which meant that the contractor had to create falls in one area.
After removing the existing tiles, Imperial Resin Coatings carried out a dust free grind out before fitting 85m2 of Sikafloor 20N PurCem, laid at a depth of 6.9mm to meet the strict food industry standards and withstand the heavy food processing equipment.
Sikafloor 20N PurCem is a polyurethane modified cement screed that is resistant to chemicals, fatty acids and temperature. Its joint-free surface is slip and abrasion resistant.
All Sika flooring specifications are available to view through NBS+
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