Terrazzo

Flowcrete Group Ltd. Mondeco TZ
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Flowcrete Group Ltd. Mondeco TZ

Mondeco TZ is a joint-free polyurethane terrazzo flooring system. More

Premium Floor for Premium Stores
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Premium Floor for Premium Stores

Designed and owned by Australian retail property giant Westfield, a colossal new... More

Pure Texture Pure-Shine HS Floor Finish
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Pure Texture Pure-Shine HS Floor Finish

Pure-Shine HS Floor Finish gives concrete, terrazzo, quarry tile, and other... More

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Examining the Evolution of Polished Concrete

A student once asked me, "Where is the decorative industry headed? What will be the latest and greatest?" My answer--colored, polished concrete. More

Key Resin Co. Epoxy Terrazzo
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Key Resin Co. Epoxy Terrazzo

Key Epoxy Terrazzo is a resinous flooring system that creates the decorative... More

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Cimex-USA CR48 Diamond Finisher

The CR48 Diamond Finisher is an operator-friendly floor finishing system for the preparation and restoration of cement, marble, granite, terrazzo, and other stone floors. More

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The Sherwin-Williams Co. Thin-Set Epoxy Terrazzo

Developed with natural marble aggregate, granite, mother-of-pearl, polyester chips, or recycled glass, the Thin-Set Epoxy Terrazzo system has a decorative, seamless finish well suited for high traffic. More

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MAPEI Corp. Terratop Terrazzo

Terratop Terrazzo is a decorative cement terrazzo surface that is a fraction of the cost, thickness, and weight of standard installations. More

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Polishing Concrete with Diamonds

Imagine a concrete floor as shiny as glass—this is a look that diamond polishing can achieve. Two years ago very few people in the United States had even heard of polished concrete other than terrazzo floors. Terrazzo floors use carborundum stones to grind and polish floors to a 120- to 150-grit finish (grit refers to the micron particle size of the diamonds or other grinding abrasive material). Diamond-polishing technology now makes it possible to grind and polish much faster on concrete surfaces at up to 3000-grit finishes. More

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Blisters and Vacuums

I would like to comment on a question in the December 2000 Problem Clinic. The problem was blistering of epoxy-terrazzo applied to a concrete slab with a 4-inch layer of granular fill over the vapor retarder. The question was if a vacuum pump could be us More

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