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Practically dust free surface preparation. Our vacuum shot blasting system ensures proper adhesion to the surface before a flooring system is installed.
Floor preparation such as shot blasting is done so the resin or screed product can be properly bonded to the substrate below.
Good floor preparation is the key to a successful screed or coating. This machine will strip off large areas in a short time frame before applying coatings and screeds. There is no dust and so the machine can be used in food production and pharmaceutical areas.
A vacuum shot blast is used to remove an existing coating on a floor and to create a keyed profile to the existing smooth floor. The blast machine is a driven walk behind specialist piece of equipment. The process is as follows :
While travelling with the machine a butterfly valve is opened releasing steel shot onto a propelled wheel fitted with blades that ejects the shot onto the floor at high speed, recycling itself back into the hopper while, separating from the debris being removed from the floor which is vacuumed into the dust collection unit. The floor is left with a clean profiled finish which is determined by the client as to there requirements. Any surplus shot left on the floor is removed using a magnetic sweeper. The floor is then swept to remove any remaining dust/debris.
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WHAT THEY NEEDED
The tiled floor surrounding the pool at Waterworld was becoming very dated. As part of the refurbishment project the owner, Secret Millionaire Mo Chaudry wanted a surface that resembled a beach. After producing various samples the system was created.
WHAT WE DID
Owing to the tight schedule we vacuum shot blasted the surface on Sunday night and applied the DPM Epoxy Resin, The anti slip screed was installed on Monday morning. And sealed on Monday evening. The resin beach was allowed to cure all day Tuesday and was back in action on Wednesday lunchtime.