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Application

AquaCrete:

  • For use in public and private freshwater areas, including: Swimming pools; fountains; basins; other areas which may contain bodies of water.
  • Can be applied to: Existing cement surfaces; tiles/ mini tiles (mosaics).


FluidConcrete:

  • For use on interior and exterior floors in areas including: Bathrooms; kitchens; other rooms in domestic properties; schools; restaurants; shops.
  • Can be applied to various surfaces, including: Ceramic; porcelain; marble; mosaics; tiles; concrete; mortar; plaster.


MicroCement:

  • For use on interior and exterior areas, including: Bathrooms; kitchens; countertops; baths; swimming pools; furniture; facades; stairwells/ steps; walls and floors.
  • Can be applied to various surfaces, including: Ceramic; porcelain; marble; mosaics; tiles; concrete (and old smooth concrete screeds); mortar; plastered walls/ ceilings; existing floors (where carpet has been removed).


MicroConcrete:

  • For use on interior and exterior areas, including: Bathrooms; kitchens; countertops; baths; swimming pools; furniture; facades; stairwells/ steps; walls and floors.
  • Can be applied to various surfaces, including: Ceramic; porcelain; marble; mosaics; tiles; concrete (and old smooth concrete screeds); mortar; plastered walls/ ceilings.
  • Can be combined with AquaCrete to achieve continuous surfaces - consult manufacturer for details.


NeoConcrete:

  • For use in interior and exterior areas, including: Floors; countertops; shopping centres; commercial buildings; hotels; banks; airports; bus terminals; Government/ public administration buildings.
  • Can be applied to various surfaces, including: Smoothed concrete; cement; ceramic coverings.

Description

A range of coatings designed to suit different applications.


Features and benefits:

  • Provides a high level of design flexibility.
  • Resistant to UV rays.
  • Easy to clean.
  • Available in various colour options.
  • CE marked.


- AquaCrete:

  • Can be used to quickly renovate swimming pools.
  • Can be applied over existing linings.
  • Fits to any shape.
  • Can be polished if required.
  • Continuous lining that doesn’t require the use of gaskets.
  • Will adhere to secure foundations.
  • Highly resistant to chemicals (including but not limited to chlorine and algaecide).


- FluidConcrete:

  • Can be applied over existing linings, and can be used to improve existing concrete if required.
  • Provides a substitute for polished concrete due to similar aesthetics and texture.
  • Low thickness.
  • Can be used in high traffic areas due to the hard, durable surface and high resistance.
  • Allows for on-site concrete renovation to take place, without the need for heavy construction work.
  • Minimalist design, which can be combined with surfaces including wood and ceramic.
  • Provides a seamless finish (no need for expansion gaps).
  • Quick to apply, and suitable for foot traffic after a short timeframe.
  • Low maintenance, and can therefore be used to replace traditional flooring, e.g. wood.
  • Consult manufacturer's literature for detailed cleaning and maintenance instructions.
  • Available in various colour options.


- MicroCement:

  • Can be applied over existing linings, and can be used to improve existing surfaces if required.
  • Low thickness.
  • Can be used in high traffic areas.
  • Allows for on-site concrete renovation to take place, without the need for heavy construction work.
  • Minimalist design, which can be combined with surfaces including wood and ceramic.
  • Provides a seamless finish (no need for expansion gaps).
  • Quick to apply, and suitable for foot traffic after a short timeframe.
  • Low maintenance, and can therefore be used to replace traditional flooring, e.g. wood.


- MicroConcrete:

  • Can be applied over existing linings, and can be used to improve existing surfaces if required.
  • Provides a substitute for polished concrete due to similar aesthetics and texture.
  • Low thickness.
  • Can be used in high traffic areas due to the hard, durable surface and high resistance.
  • Allows for on-site concrete renovation to take place, without the need for heavy construction work.
  • Minimalist design, which can be combined with surfaces including wood and ceramic.
  • Provides a seamless finish (no need for expansion gaps).
  • Quick to apply, and suitable for foot traffic after a short timeframe.
  • Low maintenance, and can therefore be used to replace traditional flooring, e.g. wood.
  • MicroConcrete provides a higher slip-resistance than MicroCement - consult manufacturer for further details.


- NeoConcrete:

  • Provides a natural replacement for existing tile or granite floors.
  • Can be used in high traffic areas.
  • High mechanical resistance.
  • If the floor is manufactured from large panels, NeoConcrete gives the appearance of a continuous mosaic.
  • Provides a highly resistant alternative to MicroCement - consult manufacturer for further details.

General information

Color

White

Yellow

Orange

Brown

Grey

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Material

Cement

Concrete

Quartz

Shape

Formless

Uniclass

Pr_35_57_71_30 Floor surface coating resinsPrimary

CAWS

E41/110 Monolithic concrete wearing screed

M20/160 Proprietary cement gauged render

M20/19 Proprietary cement gauged render

M20/240 One coat proprietary plaster

M20/47 One coat proprietary plaster

M60/170 Masonry coating

M60/195 Special coating

Product range

Coatings

Specification data - Floor surface coating resins Enhanced data

Resin

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Colour

Mist.

Standard.

White.

Misty White.

Ivory.

Coconut.

Pollen.

Topaz.

Ocher.

Sahara.

Sand.

Carribean Sand.

Versatile Grey.

Wood.

Chocolate.

Texan.

Hazelnut.

Mayan Red.

Terracotta.

Plum.

Victorian Pink.

Amethyst.

Natural Pink.

Navy Grey.

Loyal Blue.

Sky.

Willow.

Jade.

Apline Green.

Autumn Green.

Silver.

Cement Grey.

Steel Grey.

Lead Grey.

Grey.

Tempest Grey.

Sheen

Manufacturer's standard.

See guidance for finish specified for further details.

Aggregate colour

Manufacturer's standard (where applicable).

Additional finish

OxiCrete is an acid system used to patinate and oxidize cement surfaces, mortars or concrete dams.


  • Provides a rusty iron or stone-like coating to form an original, vintage appearance.
  • Used to transform older surfaces or renovate rooms.
  • Provides a cheaper alternative to Corten steel.
  • Will not fade.
  • Can be used on any shape surface.


Composition: Bi-component liquid - consult manufacturer for details. Mixing ratio: 3:1 (Component A: Component B).

Not required

OxiCrete, amber.

Oxicrete, brown.

Oxicrete, ebony.

Oxicrete, terracotta red.

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Composition

AquaCrete Powder and Liquid AquaCrete.

Mix

3–3.5:1 (AquaCrete powder: Liquid AquaCrete).

Overall thickness

2–3 mm.

Case studies

Microconcrete Installation to walls and furniture

Microconcrete Installation to walls and furniture

Concrete Stairs at Pennybank

Concrete Stairs at Pennybank

MicroConcrete Installation, HKR Hoxton, London

MicroConcrete Installation, HKR Hoxton, London

Fluid Concrete Floor Installation

Fluid Concrete Floor Installation