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ADVISE neded for concrete floore ASAP
April 23, 2009
8:41 AM
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I worked in the Dupont White Oak plant in Richmond where they had levelled the floors with a clear epoxy self-levelling coating and they didn't sweep or anything. You could see coins that had been dropped before teh coating was applied. It was actually kind of neat.

April 21, 2009
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demobud;11544 said:
I would also look at self leveling grout or some other type of epoxy floor coating. Might be an easier task to level coat it.

Demobud is right on spot!
If you try to level it by grindin, you might end up with rebar showing up in some spots!
just remove loose stuff, and carefully clean it. when clean, put on some layers of primer and after it has dryed it's time to coat with self leveling stuff.
we did the same a couple of weeks ago, at a ABB MOTORS factory :)

April 18, 2009
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You must use a scariffier or grinder.

April 17, 2009
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Yep, you need a good ride on scarifier or grinder. I would also look at self leveling grout or some other type of epoxy floor coating. Might be an easier task to level coat it.

April 11, 2009
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Is there a possibility to just thin concrete pour on top?

If not I would say you need some type of concrete floor grinder. Edco makes a pretty good grinder - Concrete Repair, Removal, Sawing, Drilling, Grinding, Surfacing

April 11, 2009
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HI

Here is a picture of actual site concrete not smoothed, uneven, bumpy..... need advise of machine to make this site/concrete floor, smooth (please don't tell me run out:))

Please let me know if you

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