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The industrial floor, as experience has shown, is one of the most stressed parts of the total building. Industrial floors have to resist different, partially extreme stresses and demands. KORODUR industrial floors have perfectly proven for decades – also under extreme stress. More than 300 million m² are the best testimony to our flooring products.
The hardest and most wear-resistant industrial floor in the long term is always the best and most economic solution. KORODUR industrial floors fill these high demands. They are the result of controlled and exemplary quality and continuity.
Whether processed as KORODUR hard aggregate material or NEODUR dry mortar, KORODUR industrial floors qualify for any industrial areas and branches.
Any types of production halls, warehouses, high-bay storage areas, logistic centers, distribution centers, workshops, cold stores, car parks, ramps, hangars etc., for indoor and outdoor areas.
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KORODUR hard aggregate layers are :
- resistant against gasoline, mineral oil and solvents
- highly wear resistant also in case of heaviest stress
- forklift resistant
- waterproof, qualified for wet rooms
- anti-skid / non-slip in wet rooms
- frost and deicer resistant
- electrostatic non chargeable
- high surface density
- physiological and ecological harmless
- easy to clean
How to apply :
Hard aggregate toppings are produced of hard aggregates acc. to DIN 1100 in coating groups A, M and KS. The layer thickness depends on the expected stress and is defined in DIN 18560-7, table 6.
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