|Packaging Type||HDPE Bag|
|Quantity Per Pack||25 Kg|
|Packaging Size||25 Kg|
|Shelf Life||6 Months|
|Coverage||Based on the Requirements.|
|Applicable Thickness||Based on the Requirements.|
Renafix Floor Top is a non-metallic floor hardener, which contains specially graded non metallic hard wearing natural aggregates. It is applied as a dry shake over freshly floated concrete to provide a durable, non-slip monolithic floor.
Industrial floors subject to Repair workshops heavy traffic Machine shops
Loading areas/unloading areas
Ramps and Trucking lanes
Car parks and garage floors etc.
FEATURES AND BENEFITS
High abrasion and impact resistance – Long service life
Better abrasion resistance than plain concrete – Extended service life
Non- rusting – Suitable for wet environments
Non-slip – Improved safety for personnel and forklifts in wet environments.
Dense surface – Resists oil and grease penetration
Coloured surface – Can create aesthetically pleasing environment
Easy application at time of placing concrete – Floor available for full service once concrete is cured.
Able to apply at higher ambient temperatures – Wide application
APPLICATION It is recommended that the floor be marked off into bays of known area. Sufficient material should be laid out to meet the required spread rates. Application of Rena Top Hardener can begin when the base concrete has stiffened to the point when light foot traffic leaves an imprint of about 3mm. Any bleed water should by now have evaporated. Renafix Floor Top is applied in two stages.
i) The first application is made using 50% to 70% of the total material. Rena Top Hardener is evenly broadcast onto the concrete surface. When the material becomes uniformly dark by the absorption of moisture from the concrete this first application can be floated. Wooden floats or, on large areas, the power trowel with disc may be used. It is important, however, that the surface is not over worked.
ii) Immediately after floating, the remaining Rena Top Hardener is sprinkled evenly over the surface. Again moisture is absorbed and the surface can be floated in the same way as before. Final finishing of the floor using a power trowel can be carried out when the floor has stiffened sufficiently so that damage will not be caused.