Se ha denunciado esta presentación.
Utilizamos tu perfil de LinkedIn y tus datos de actividad para personalizar los anuncios y mostrarte publicidad más relevante. Puedes cambiar tus preferencias de publicidad en cualquier momento.

How to Avoid Bubbles and Blisters in Resin Flooring

80.228 visualizaciones

Publicado el

Dr Flowcrete presents "How to Avoid Bubbles and Blisters in Resin Flooring" - a guide to best practices for the installation of resin flooring materials

Publicado en: Marketing
  • Sé el primero en comentar

  • Sé el primero en recomendar esto

How to Avoid Bubbles and Blisters in Resin Flooring

  1. 1. How to Avoid Bubbles and Blisters in Resin Flooring… Brought to you by Dr Flowcrete’s Flooring Clinic @dr_flowcrete
  2. 2. Resin-based flooring solutions are extremely durable and when properly installed offer clients a seamless, hardwearing and highly resistant finish. @dr_flowcrete
  3. 3. However, avoiding blemishes in the finished surface — including bubbles and blisters — requires careful preparation and attention to detail. @dr_flowcrete
  4. 4. Bubbles can either appear all over the floor or in localised honeycomb clusters. @dr_flowcrete
  5. 5. There are three main causes of bubbles or blisters in resin flooring: Air bubbles become trapped in the resin material during mixing and remain during cure Moisture vapor transmission Applying resin material onto a porous substrate @dr_flowcrete
  6. 6. How can we prevent or eliminate the imperfections from forming? @dr_flowcrete
  7. 7. Ensure that the component products are thoroughly distributed during the mixing process using a slow helical spinner drill @dr_flowcrete
  8. 8. Ensure the material is pre-formulated to suit the weather and temperature conditions at the time of installation @dr_flowcrete
  9. 9. Avoid high temperature or low temperature conditions wherever possible @dr_flowcrete
  10. 10. Ensure that porous substrates are properly sealed and primed to prevent outgassing @dr_flowcrete
  11. 11. This includes filling all cracks, holes and dents prior to installing the finish. @dr_flowcrete
  12. 12. Typically polyurethane solutions offer breathability on a moist or damp substrate… @dr_flowcrete
  13. 13. Epoxy solutions do not and will require the application moisture tolerant primer or a damp proof membrane prior to installation. 1 Moisture Vapour 2 Vapour Transmission Layer 3 Floor Finish 1 Moisture Vapour 2 Blistering Occurs 3 Floor Finish 1 2 3 1 2 3 WITH VAPOUR TRANSMISSION CONTROL WITHOUT VAPOUR TRANSMISSION CONTROL @dr_flowcrete
  14. 14. Most importantly, ensure that the resin flooring is installed by highly skilled, highly trained application teams recommended by the manufacturer to ensure the best finish on your project. @dr_flowcrete
  15. 15. If you have a question for Dr Flowcrete, tweet him @Dr_Flowcrete @dr_flowcrete