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RCC Laser & Truss Screed Floors

Concrete floors needs to made to withstad all loads, stresses, and heavy wear & tear.  Owners also want floors to be done faster and flatter than ever before.  Making a good concrete floor requires coupling of science and art together. 

Truss Screed Floors:


Vacuum Dewatered Flooring (VDF) Or Tremix / Trimix which outputs per machince of approx. 120 sqmt / day.  This system is a traditional system and is most commonly used for making Industrial floors, Warehouse floors, Parking areas and also Cement Concrete (CC) Roads. We offer the system complete with application of floor hardener, contraction joint cutting and sealing.

Laser Trmix Floors:


This allows to piur comcrete floors in wider bays of any size.  Minimum output per machine is 1,500 sqmt / day.  It dramatically reduces the time, number of construction joints, and improves the flatness of the floor.

It also reduces number of labour, fixing guides rails as required in truss screed floors,  and improves overall quality of the pour.  The flatness of the floor is controlled by laser transmitters, receivers &  electronics, which helps achieve better final finish levels.  The tolerance acheived with this method is FM1, FM2 in accordance with TR34.

Concrete Polishing & Densification:

Concrete polishing is the most significant flooring finish alternative followed in the last couple of decades due to the increasing requirements of high abrasive, low maintenance, dustproof, chemical and solvent resistance of the floor in the emerging units of manufacturing/ distribution facilities, retail spaces, FMCG ( Fast-moving consumer goods ).

It is a process by which the surface of the concrete is densified and polished using a penetrating hardener to yield a surface that exhibits reflectivity and increased abrasion resistance. It makes the surface shine, which is also durable and permanent. All one has to do is clean with a scrubber machine using water to maintain it.
Instead of coating the sur
face with organic solids, densifiers (Lithium Silicates) react with the concrete itself. This reaction fills in the natural pores and voids in the concrete and provides a dense, hard surface that is easy to clean. The concrete is densified internally. In addition, the floor surface is rendered free of dust.

Fiber Reinforced Concrete

As we know, Concrete is naturally brittle, and typical stresses like impact fatigue, loading leads to cracking, and eventually failure. Adding steel / glass or poly prolypropelene fibers to the concrete helps it to absorb these stresses and to limit the formation of cracks, increasing the load-bearing capacity and
ductility of the concrete structure. 


Fibers become part of the concrete matrix, turning it into RCC floor into acomposite material helping absorb tensile stresses at any point and at any direction hence increasing its overall ductility of the concrete floor.

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