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Successful industrial floor construction depends on three main points:
1. Choose the most suitable floor material
2. Develop accurate and detailed specification requirements
3. Invite experienced and skilled builders
(If you do not ensure these three points, it will lead to a decline in quality requirements, which will ultimately degrade the performance and durability of industrial floors.)
Step 1: Material selection
The correct choice of industrial flooring materials can only be made after a detailed understanding of the requirements of industrial flooring. We will refine the requirements for industrial flooring below to avoid economic losses due to mistakes or neglect.
How long is the factory life, 2 or 20 years? The final industrial floor must be selected based on the expected life or the desired maintenance-free period.
At what stage of the construction process will the industrial floor system be put into operation? Is the main structure of the building in place? Answer these questions to find out how the industrial flooring system will be constructed. There are two main construction methods: integral pouring or surface casting.
1. Overall pouring:
The method uses a dry spreading process and then surface smearing to form an integral concrete industrial floor. These dry spreads can only be used after the concrete industrial floor has been poured, and cannot be used in existing industrial floors.
2. Surface pouring:
This method is applied to ready-made industrial floors by knife coating or paving. This is a common method, even if the binder achieves the best bonding effect. The use of concrete-containing epoxy resin binders is more effective and the safety factor is further increased.
The thickness of the industrial floor coating required must be considered. Especially in existing buildings, increasing the thickness of the industrial floor will cause problems in the threshold. In the new construction, the gap of the coating thickness should be reserved.
Static and dynamic loads generated during construction, renovation and maintenance must be considered. On the one hand, industrial floor systems must be able to withstand these requirements, and on the other hand, the carrying capacity of the base should also be taken into account. In general, the minimum compressive strength of the base layer is designed to be 25 MPa.
Traffic and mechanical wear:
Impact and wear due to traffic must be considered. Wear is usually concentrated in local areas. The frequency, type and location of wear must be considered.
List all types of chemicals that may leak in the area, pay attention to the concentration of their leakage, the temperature, and the possibility of mixing on industrial floors. Consider the actions that may be taken when a leak occurs, whether these leaks are immediately removed or remain for a long time, and whether their corrosivity is enhanced with evaporation.
Is slip prevention an important consideration? The appearance of the industrial floor and the problem of slip resistance can be changed by a smear process. But on many occasions, especially in wet areas, all workers are provided with non-slip shoes to improve the anti-slip effect.
Many modern industries such as medicine, cosmetics, food, beverages, chemicals and electronics industries have high requirements for hygiene. These developing industries require clean indoor conditions. Industrial floors must be free of cracks or sharp corners, completely dust-free, easy to clean, and must meet other industrial requirements such as chemical resistance and mechanical wear resistance.
This is related to structural loads, especially dynamic loads. What impact will plant or traffic vibration have on industrial floors? In some special areas of the building structure, such as the ground floor, the production area of the middle floor. How important is the prevention of cracking?
Thermal shock may be the main cause of premature failure of industrial floors, so it is necessary to consider not only the temperature generated by the machine itself, the product itself and the production process, but also the temperature of the adjacent area. Special attention should be given to areas close to extremely cold or heat sources, such as cold storage or areas near the blast furnace.
An attractive and pleasing environment helps increase productivity and improve labor relations, although lighting can also work in this area. Colors help to quickly identify hazardous areas such as truck walkways, wet areas or chemicals. Area.
Easy to clean:
For an industrial flooring system, if the detergent is not considered in advance, especially those with high hygiene requirements. In most cases, such cleaners are more corrosive to industrial floors than to the production process. Therefore, it is important to develop cleaning specifications to determine the frequency of cleaning and the detergents used and their concentrations. Industrial floor varnishes or sealants should be carefully considered for ease of cleaning and durability while maintaining an industrial floor aesthetic.
When considering the industrial floor drainage system, the situation of the final industrial floor should be considered at the same time. Due to the combination of different building materials, cracking and leakage are particularly prone to occur.
Many companies are increasingly calling for anti-static industrial flooring. The anti-static industrial floor eliminates electronic interference from sensitive electronic settings and prevents spark discharges and explosions caused by static buildup. This is also the possibility of generating static electricity on the production line, which is accelerating in production speed and increasing in automation. Anti-static requirements are even more important.
Repair and maintenance:
In any production plant, normal wear of industrial floors is unavoidable. This wear should be allowed when selecting an industrial flooring system. Pay particular attention to this when choosing a special color or special finish, as it will be difficult to match the original patch in the future.
Since the collision causes damage to the industrial floor, the degree and frequency of the collision should be confirmed. Consider the drop height of the object. The final industrial floor should be resistant to collisions. For areas that do not meet this requirement, local protective measures such as MASTERTOP materials or steel plates should be considered.
The polymer industrial floor MASTERTOP series products produced by MBT (Australia) and MBT (Singapore) and MBT (China) have obtained ISO9002 quality management certification. This convinced the customer that our products are quality controlled from raw material selection, production to delivery.
Step 2: Specification requirements
Select the most suitable materials for the project, establish specifications, and then strictly implement the requirements. Review all plans carefully, use the same criteria to judge, and don't be tempted by short-term cost savings. We have taken over many industrial floor projects that need to be refurbished. They have been damaged due to industrial floor wear, chemical corrosion or collision, and have not reached the design life. In order to ensure the success of the project, products manufactured by suppliers who can provide the on-site experience required for the project are used. Considering the long-term cost of industrial flooring, don't damage the entire investment because of unreliable industrial floors. Not only the cost of the project, but also the entire cost, as well as the production losses caused by the re-engineering. MBT has long-term experience in ensuring the correct use of materials and is happy to help customers develop detailed specification requirements.
Step 3: Construction
The company has long attached importance to the effect of the construction process on the durability of the entire industrial floor, and adheres to high quality and has a full understanding of the value of value for money. This is why we are very willing to provide a list of construction workers. They have a wealth of experience not only in products but also in the work they do. All our approved construction personnel are professionally trained to ensure that they can be constructed according to the requirements of the product. They have the necessary construction and management expertise to ensure the success of the project. Experience has shown that the role of construction workers is critical to ensuring the success of the entire project. This is not only because they have a wealth of expertise, but also because they have the ability to use the product to ensure the final quality of the project. Although the construction of the resin ground is carried out after the completion of the main construction work, the construction of the wear-resistant industrial floor of the overall pouring method must be consistent with the progress of the entire construction. In order to do this, the construction speed and construction process must be strictly monitored. This is the nature and benefits of our on-site service. Since we can be very clear about the problems in the construction and how to solve them, we can guarantee that the entire project of the customer will continue smoothly. Although we are not responsible for supervision, we still strive to provide high standards of on-site service. In addition to the skills of the constructors, other factors must be considered, such as industrial floor size and seam positioning, which have a significant impact on reducing cracking. In addition, it must be ensured that additives for concrete mixes, such as admixtures or fibers, do not adversely affect the bonding of the facing. When surface construction is applied to an existing industrial floor, there is a problem of industrial floor pretreatment. The pre-treatment construction process has a mutually influential and interdependent relationship with other constructions and cannot be regarded as an independent and unrelated work procedure.
Surface cleaning is important because of the de-coagulation of paints or binders such as dust, debris and bulk materials. The removal of tumbling, debris and dust is not only important for reducing the de-coagulation, but also helps to clear the surface pores and allow the binder to penetrate to achieve maximum bonding effect.
The pores on the surface are important. The pores should be large enough for the binding medium to penetrate. Pay particular attention to the fact that surface pores may differ from internal pores. This difference in porosity may be due to excessive smearing of the surface, which will result in a change in the degree of adhesion.
The overall appearance depends on the final coating effect, as well as the thickness of the coating and the product used.
Surface contamination refers to the introduction of materials or chemicals into the surface that affect the bonding of the coating material. Typical contaminants are liquid curing films, surface curing agents, and dust-proof products. These foreign objects are removed by mechanical means.
The flatness of the industrial floor is manifested in the change in the final surface height difference and the unevenness. The final tolerances of industrial floors may limit the use of some coating systems, and the slope of the surface may impose tighter limits.
From the influence of adhesion, water permeability and durability of the coating, the water content of the industrial floor is the most basic factor. But moisture does not prevent the use of paint. Jeddah can provide technology that can be used in wet concrete industrial floors. The industrial floor must be pretreated by mechanical means. Acid etching is not an effective method and it can produce infiltration and surface residues.
Concave round line:
In many factories, especially in the pharmaceutical, cosmetic, food and beverage industries, for the sake of aesthetics and hygiene, a concave round line is placed at the seam between the wall and the industrial floor. The setting of the concave line is often ignored or thought of afterwards.
Expansion joints are not only used in high temperature areas, but are also essential for any industrial floor. Changes in ambient temperature affect the frequency of expansion and contraction, but all foundations and surface layers, which are essentially non-elastomeric, must be stretched to accommodate displacement, expansion and contraction. In areas with high traffic, it is necessary to provide iron-enhanced joint shoulders. The construction of the expansion joints must be in accordance with the appropriate specifications and the correct method. Expansion joints may fail when used on a wide range of industrial floors, which is a weakness, but not always.
Relative wear resistance:
When selecting industrial floor coatings for plant or other applications, it is important to understand the wear characteristics of industrial floors. The best way is to visit the same or similar industry that uses the same material. This allows direct comparison between the industrial floor that is seen and the industrial floor that will be used. In most cases, it is unlikely to visit a ready-made company. At this time, the relative wear resistance of the industrial floor can be used to understand the wear characteristics of the finished industrial floor. The relative wear resistance chart does not give definitive data because the actual wear resistance is affected by the type and frequency of the traffic. But the chart gives the relative data for the cement system and the polymer system. Based on this, comparisons can be made to help customers make choices about the type of industrial flooring system to meet the wear resistance requirements of the project. The relative wear resistance chart shows that the concrete industrial floor that is properly poured and cured can reach 32 MPa and it reads 33 in the chart. The natural aggregate is scraped with a reading of 200 and the iron filings have an abrasion resistance reading of up to 800. Obviously, this is surface wear resistance, so the 4 mm thick MASTERTOP 200 has the same wear rate as the 4 mm thick MASTERTOP 228, which is 4-8 times thicker than the former. For MASTERTOP 200, at a pressure of 7.5 kg/m2, according to ASTM C779 Procedure A, the typical wear for 90 minutes is 0.35 mm. Polymer industrial floor coatings also provide excellent wear resistance. According to ASTM C779 Procedure A, the typical wear for sixty minutes is 0.21 mm to 0.29 mm, and in general, the more resin content of the surface, the better the wear resistance.