What is a Trowel floor?
Anyone who is considering installing a (new) commercial floor must take into account various aspects. For example; sustainability, cleaning, hygiene and appearance. A nice option for a commercial floor is a trowel floor, also known as mortar flooring. A trowel floor is an attractive floor, that can be used in various places. Very practical!
What does a trowel floor consist of
The basis of this floor consists of PMMA resin and fine gravel. The resin binds the fine gravel together, as it were. A sealer is applied over the trowel mass – as this mixture is called. This ensures that the trowel floor is completely sealed for liquids and dirt. A trowel floor can be applied to different surfaces.
The advantages of a trowel floor
The top layer of a trowel floor is sealed with a gel layer, which means that no dirt or liquid can penetrate into a synthetic floor. This makes it a low-maintenance floor that also has a high chemical resistance. Furthermore, epoxy resin is twice as strong as concrete, which results in a high mechanical load-bearing capacity and can be installed seamlessly. Installing this seamlessly contributes to easy cleaning of the floor as well as its appearance. For example, large open spaces will look sleek, but it is also possible to install an entire floor of an office building with several rooms. Due to the versatility of the floor, it is suitable for many branches and purposes.
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Applicable in different branches
What is it like to have one of these commercial floors? Experience shows that different industries make use of it, because it is such a versatile type of floor. The different finishes offer the possibility to make different varieties, to be used for various purposes. This floor is very polpular in the agricultural sector, with (livestock) farmers. Synthetic floors are mainly used in this sector for workspaces with machines. After all, a coated floor ensures a clean, dry and hygienic, easy to clean environment. Trowel floors are also frequently used in computer rooms, because they prevent dust from accumulating on, for example, servers and racks. This prevents problems.
Where is the trowel floor installed
Because this synthetic floor is a very versatile floor, available in for many applications, it is used in this sector too. Because of the easy maintenance and the seamless structure, you may encounter the trowel floor as a company floor in:
It is also used as an industrial floor in:
All benefits at a glance
Suitable for heavy loads
Resistant to liquids
Has an antistatic effect
Non-slip top layer is available
Resistant to chemical substances
No discolouration due to UV radiation
Resistant to high temperatures
Usable within 1 day
Installing the floor yourself: easy or not?
Installing a trowel floor yourself is done in a number of steps. First, a good and clean surface is of great importance. If the subfloor is not clean, the trowel does not adhere well. Therefore start by sanding and cleaning the subfloor. Then apply a good adhesive primer and allow it to dry for about 24 hours before continuing. After that, the challenging part of a trowel floor begins: the application of the intermediate layer: the trowel mass. It must be applied by hand and finished off very evenly. Then a sealer can be applied over the top, which will provide extra protection. Because of the quick-acting resins, the floor is completely cured and ready for use within 2 hours. The big advantage of the trowel floor is that it can be installed in one day (up to 1,500 m2).