Flowcrete Polska has been involved in the design of the prestigious Q22 office building in Warsaw, providing the material and know-how to apply 18,000m2 of high performance deck membranes.
In the previous blog post of this series we looked at how to find out the moisture content of the substrate using a humidity sleeve - today’s blog post is on a slightly
Laitance is the weak, powdery, chalky layer of cement dust, lime and sands which appear on the surface of concrete. There are many reasons for this laitance including too much water within the
Providing a safe, hygienic and comforting environment for our four-legged furry friends is important to their care and well-being, whether in a boarding kennel, veterinary surgery or a welfare facility.
It is important to ascertain the moisture content of the substrate prior to applying a floor coating, as otherwise the rising moisture can cause irreparable damage to the finish.
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