SURFACE LEVELLING AND FLOOR PREPARATION
Superprep uses grinding to remove floor coverings such as epoxy, paint, vinyl, carpets, carpet adhesives and self-leveling compounds whilst the contractor gets a perfectly smooth surface to lay flooring on.
Wherever possible, it is better to keep the floor surface in tact instead of destroying both the floor and the floor covering with normal breaking out activities.
This will avoid the use of self-leveling compound and unnecessary material and labour cost in the form of extra coverings to fill voids and irregularities. Superprep also makes it easy to roughen up and old covering, such as paint or concrete to improve the adhesiveness for the next coat of finish.
When grinding concrete floors, the concrete skin is removed and the stronger concrete exposed.
At the same time, the surface is ground level, which reduces the need for self-leveling compound and reduces the quantity of floor covering, with major financial savings as a result.
Thick coverings such as epoxy, self-leveling compound, linoleum and plastic matting. In one sweep, 5mm of epoxy or self-leveling compound can be removed. When grinding away matting, the adhesive is also ground away and the floor is ready to be covered with new carpet, covering, tiles or ready for polishing.
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