Fortedur is a uniquely designed dry powder mix combining graded hard aggregates, special cements, and compatible chemical ingredients that modify its mechanical properties and workability. The aggregates are mostly graded silica sand, sintered oxides, metallic aggregates. The quality of the dry mix, which is primarily determined by its abrasion resistance, is chosen according to the intensity of operations and the required load.
Floors modified in this fashion are found mainly in production and storage facilities, wholesale centers, logistic centers, or in parking areas.
They are especially good in places that require high resistance to abrasion and impact. Anywhere there is a need for a system with a durable, smooth and solid surface, which is not naturally slippery and has increased resistance to seepage from oil and grease.
Fortedur – Dry mix containing various types of cement, aggregates and chemical additives.
|Aggregate||Sand||Sintered oxides||Sintered oxides + metallic||Metallic aggregate|
|Specific contents in the dry mixture||66,42%||55,42%||27,71%+27,71%||56,5%|
|Compressive strength after 28 days||min. 65 MPa||min. 70 MPa||min. 80 MPa||min. 80 MPa|
|Bohm abrasion resistance||5 cm3/50 cm2||2 cm3/50 cm2||1,5 cm3/50 cm3||1 cm3/50 cm2|
|BCA abrasion resistance||0,05 mm||0,035 mm||0,025 mm||0,02 mm|
|Consumption||3-6 kg/m2||3-6 kg/m2||3-6 kg/m2||3-6 kg/m2|
|Colour||See pricelist||See pricelist||See pricelist||See pricelist|
Colorfulness of insolence
Floors with dry mixes are primarily done in a natural gray color (the color of concrete). The mixed layer can be dyed to a selected color shade based on the requirements of the customer. The final color of the floor is always a combination of the color of the dry mix with shades of gray.
Special additives in the composition
Advantages of the Fortedur system
Disadvantages of the Fortedur system
Application to concrete
Evenly apply the cement-based dry mix to the surface of the concrete slab. In the event the concrete floor requires renovation, we recommend proceeding with the application in accordance with the method “Application for dry concrete”. In the opposite case, for new floors, we recommend the procedure “Application for wet concrete”.
Application of the dry mix onto wet concrete
The concrete must be ready to receive the dry mix. Before applying the first layer, excess water is removed from the concrete surface, the surface is leveled and ready to walk on (pressed by hand to a depth of 3-5 mm). The concrete surface is smoothed using a rotary disc buffer, then Fortedur dry mix is evenly spread on the surface of the concrete slab in one or two steps in a total amount of 3-6 kg/m2 (i.e. a 25 kg bag of the product can produce a 4-8 m2 wear layer).
After each application of the material, the surface is mechanically smoothed with the rotary machine using combination and final trowels, which ensures a high degree of the final physical modification. The process of smoothing with an increasing tilt of the trowel is repeated many times depending on the course of the solidification of the concrete mixture and dry mix. Prior to applying Fortedur dry mix, there can be no depressions or puddles on the concrete surface, nor can the surface be soaked.
How does the installation
Hall, Vilnius, LT
Litva, 24 360 m2
Production Hall Mošnov, ČR
Hyundai Mobis Lamp shop, 61 200 m2
Logistic centre Gliwice, PL
Tesco, 56 400 m2
Logistic centre Krapkowice, PL
Goodman Logistic, 55 080 m2
Production facility Poznan, PL
Bridgestone, 52 410 m2
Logistic centre, PL
Prologis Park Rawa, 47 520 m2
Production Hall, PL
Betoniarnia Ban-Kor-Bet, 44 467 m2
Production Hall, Šulc, ČR
Dhollandia Czech Republic s.r.o., 43 773 m2
Logistic centre Gdańsk, PL
Pomorskie Centrum Logistyczne Goodman, 39 200 m2
Parking, Liberec, ČR
Hypernova, 36 450 m2
Production Hall Opava, ČR
Mondelēz, Opavia, 35 640 m2
Production Hall Sosnowiec, PL
WATT, 24 600 m2