Concrete moisture is the biggest cause of flooring failures with all commercial projects. Interior concrete floors are subject to possible moisture vapor emission and excessive alkalinity, which can ultimately cause a coating system to fail. Such failures result in multi-millions of dollars in claims and materials replacement charges annually.
Starting next month, you’ll start to see major changes in the way the flooring products are labeled. Manufacturers worldwide must now comply with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS), which were created by the United Nations so installers better understand the hazards they are exposed to, regardless of their language.
Installing urethane mortars can be a tricky, even in perfect conditions. When adding in extreme heat or cold, you’ll likely experience some big challenges. So how do you ensure these installation projects are successful in any condition? Read on.
Now that cooler months are upon us, you’ll need to consider how the cold weather will impact application properties and curing, and how you should store materials in this environment. Don’t forget to take the following into account: