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Industrial Concrete

Usage of Industrial Concrete

Industrial concrete floors are known for their durability and versatile aesthetic, making them suitable for both indoor and outdoor use across various surfaces, from small residential areas to large commercial spaces. Britannia Onsite Concrete offers a range of industrial concrete flooring options, each customizable in appearance yet consistently durable, solid, and resistant to wear.

Britannia Onsite Concrete can be installed in either a suspended or on-grade format. Suspended floors are typically constructed on metal decks comprising corrugated sheet metal supported by a structural steel framework. It’s crucial to determine the type of industrial concrete flooring that suits your needs, and we’re here to assist you in making that decision.

Regardless of the application context, all our industrial flooring finishes undergo thorough planning to meet the highest standards. Our team’s expertise and experience ensure exceptional installation and finishing, earning the trust of our customers in our services.

Industrial concrete is commonly installed in a variety of settings due to its durability and versatility. Here are some places where industrial concrete is often used:

Installation Process

Our team leverages cutting-edge design technology to provide customized installation services that meet each customer’s specific requirements. Whether its flood poured or wide bay construction, our advanced construction techniques and skilled workforce enable us to pour single area slabs of up to 2,500m² and achieve the flattest tolerance levels with minimal disruption.

Surface issues and inconsistencies often arise when industrial concrete flooring is not installed correctly. We ensure that your industrial flooring is laid using high-quality materials such as premixed powders to ensure greater abrasion resistance and durability.

Finishes Available

We offer a variety of concrete finishes that can significantly enhance the appearance and functionality of your flooring installation. Two of the most popular concrete flooring finishes are brush finishes and dust toppings.

Brush Finishes:

Industrial spaces often have unique requirements, necessitating distinctive finishes to meet specific needs. Brush finishes are achieved by running a wire concrete brush over freshly poured concrete to create a textured, non-slip surface. These finishes are commonly used in areas like car parks where slip resistance is essential.

Dust Toppings:

Dust toppings are another prevalent choice for industrial areas due to their increased resistance to friction. They also allow for customization with colour options, where applicable, using premixed powders. Dust toppings are applied using a spreader and then finished with a power-float vehicle for a smooth, durable surface.