We are presenting some interesting projects where you applied products from the Fortemix brand.
Cement dry-mix floors, self-leveling screeds, cement topcoats, and PVC floor tiles have already found use in more than 45 countries of Europe, as well as in the USA and South America. Check out a selection of our references about cement floors. To give you a better overview, we are providing their description, specifications, and other information about the systems used. For a look at some completed projects with Fortelock PVC floor tiles, please visit the reference page on the Fortelock product website.
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Due to the fact that our client asked for HTC Superfloor as the topcoat, we decided to use Fortedur Wet 1011, which struck us as the most appropriate given the overall structural design. We made some patterns for the client and they instantly agreed. We know that applying 1011 is hassle-free. Perfect quality.
Employees often walk around in wet boots, especially in autumn or winter, so the anti-slip feature of Fortelock tiles is very important.
Fortelock looks good, and if you want to install it, it’s not only relatively fast but most of all you don’t have to stop your entire production for a few days to do it.
I have been working with Fortemix for several years now and our architects suggest which material is the best for the contract. For high loads, which is what this warehouse is and will be all about, Fortedur 1030 is ideal.
Managing director of UAB “Betono apsaugos sistemos”, Vilnius
We chose the Fortedur 1030 dry mix because of its abrasion, scuff-proof and hardness parameters. Specifically because of the weight of our machines, the frequency of forklift operations and also the resistance of the floor to abrasion, if we can expect the particles generated during production will eventually land on it