Agentdraw Ltd – Engineering & Manufacturing Flooring
PSC have recently completed 1600 square metres of High Build Epoxy Resin Flooring System for plastic injection moulding specialist Agentdraw Limited who are based in Whetstone, Leicestershire. This was phase 2 of an overall floor refurbishment project and included a Goods In & Out Area and a New Production Area.
Client Brief and Recommendation
As a leading manufacturing company within the UK plastics industry that specialise in the production of injection moulded components the client was looking for a hard-wearing floor that would be light reflective, easy to clean and keep clean. At the site visit it was evident that there was failed floor coatings on the concrete and an area of approximately 50 sqm that was badly worn and damaged and would need repair before a two coat High Build Epoxy Resin Flooring System was installed.
Preparation of Floor Surface
In order to remove the failed floor coatings, and thoroughly clean and prepare existing concrete floor surface an enclosed double headed diamond grinding machine was used and a totally enclosed handheld 110v diamond grinder for the edge work. All residues and dust was then vacuumed up before repairs were made to damaged localised concrete, expansion joints, holes and cracks as required using polyurethane mortar compound and resin filler.
1600 square metres of High Build Epoxy Resin Flooring
To ensure the best possible finish repairs were made to the 50 sqm that was badly worn and damaged by laying nominal 1.5 to 2mm epoxy resin scratch coat system. Once the scratch coat was dry two coats of Resdev Pumatect high build, epoxy resin flooring system were laid in the clients chosen gloss finish light grey.
Completed in two phases the work took just 5 working days and massively transformed the goods in & out area and the new production area ready for the client to start moving all their machinery in.
“We are extremely happy with the work that PSC have carried out. They have been extremely accommodating of our project timescales.”