What are industrial Concrete flooring and the use of hardened concrete?
Industrial flooring and hardened concrete flooring in the automotive industries, printing and packaging industries, military centres, airports, metro and railway stations, and docks. Industrial flooring is generally applied to concrete and floor surfaces for a variety of purposes. Most of their properties protect the surface against abrasion, erosion and create beauty, cleanliness, integrity and the ability to scratch.
Coloured concrete flooring is the first word in the world because it makes the floor one-handed. Flooring, which is done under the name of industrial flooring, has many advantages, including the fact that coloured concrete flooring is anti-wear.
It is true to say that concrete literally provides the base for the vast majority of industrial enterprises all over the world. A well designed and constructed concrete floor offers a wide range of features such as high wear resistance, long life and ability to carry very heavy loads. Unfortunately, floors are not given the attention they deserve by investors, designers and contractors at the planning and construction stage. It is usually only when a floor fails to perform to the required standards that it becomes the focus of attention by which time it is too late to avoid necessary repairs or replacements. We have all seen industrial floors that become unusable due to cracking, breaking up and becoming uneven, giving a large amount of dust, all of these problems lead to lost production time and expensive repairs.
Fully cured, hardened concrete flooring must be strong enough to withstand the structural and service loads which will be applied to it and must be durable enough to withstand the environmental exposure for which it is designed. If concrete is made with high-quality materials and is properly proportioned, mixed, handled, placed and finished, it will be the strongest and durable building material. Concrete is a highly complex heterogeneous material whose response to stress depends not only on the response of the individual components but also upon the interaction between those components.