An HTC Superfloor™ will really make you appreciate the advantages of having a polished concrete floor as an exposed surface. Dirty, grey concrete floors are transformed into brilliant, easy-clean, environmentally-friendly and durable polished concrete floors. It simply requires some thought.
A polished concrete floor is:
- Easy to clean
- Modern and elegant
- Unbeatable durability
- Environmentally friendly
What is HTC Superfloor™?
HTC Superfloor™ is a complete concept for polishing concrete. The polishing method mechanically refines the concrete surface by removing the top cement paste and exposing the underlying, stronger concrete. The existing concrete is grinded and polished according to a dependable and thoroughly tested method with HTC’s effective concrete polishing equipment and diamond tools. The result when polishing concrete is a floor with a completely even polished surface of a high quality, both functionally and esthetically. To achieve all technical benefits demanded for calling the surface an HTC Superfloor™, the grinding and concrete polishing must be performed according to the prescribed method.
A smarter floor
In these times of increased interest for environmental friendly solutions the HTC Superfloor™ concept has been compared to other common floors in industrial, public and retail environments. The results were unambiguous; HTC Superfloor™ contributes to a cleaner environment and also a better working environment. It has a low lifecycle cost, long endurance and is the natural flooring choice for the future in industry, retail and public areas like education and health care.
Read more about HTC Superfloor™ compared to other common floors here.
Several factors will affect the final appearance when polishing concrete:
- The stone quality and color.
- The color of the cement (the cement can be pigmented).
- The concrete quality.
- Grinding depth: With different grit sizes and bonding matrix in the diamond segments you can somewhat control how deep you grind into the concrete surface. The grinding depth will affect how much of the stones that are exposed and also in turn the aesthetical appearance of the polished surface.