Nationwide Concrete Flooring have recently completed a steel fibre reinforced concrete flooring project for an agricultural client at Hibaldstow for the installation of 4 chicken shed bases on 1 site. 2250m2 of concrete was pumped in 1 day with reinforced polypropylene fibres.
The newly purchased SXP-D laser screed was used for the laying of the concrete for this particular project. Our highly experienced finishing team used the power floats with a smooth finish to complete the reinforced concrete flooring slabs; this is the most common type of finish used.
The slabs were then cured using a curing agent which was supplied by NCF. After 24 hours the saw cuts were induced to control shrinkage of the fibre reinforced concrete flooring.
The client opted for our frequently used instant seal 101 concrete slab joint sealant placed in the saw cut induced contraction joints.
Should you wish to discuss fibre reinforced concrete flooring for a project of a similar nature, or discover our other reinforced concrete flooring systems on offer, then please feel free to call either Jon or Claire on 01430 436596 or email us at email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org. Nationwide Concrete Flooring contractors not only supply reinforced concrete flooring to farming and agricultural clients requiring floors for storing grain, animal feed, machinery, harvest crops and bulk, but a range of services to customers in the agricultural, industrial and commercial sectors. Alternatively, if you are located in the north east of the UK you can contact our dedicated north east office in Gateshead on 0191 4o4 6831.