When grinding concrete floors, the concrete skin is removed and the stronger concrete exposed. At the same time, the surface is ground level, which reduces the need for self-levelling compound and reduces the quantity of floor covering, with major financial savings as a result. If you change tools, you can continue to polish the concrete into an easily cleaned, sustainable, high-gloss concrete floor, an HTC SuperfloorTM.
Thick coverings refers to epoxy, self-levelling compound, linoleum and plastic matting. In one sweep, 5 mm of epoxy or self-levelling compound can be removed. When grinding away matting, the adhesive is also ground away, and the floor is ready to be covered with a new carpet, covering, tiles, or ready for polishing.
Thin coverings refers to adhesive, paint or lighter grinding to improve the adhesion of a new covering on top of an old one. The machines function superbly for lighter grinding of irregularities in the self-levelling compound.
With a simple tool change under the machine, you can transform your grinding machine, allowing you to grind any type of marble, granite or terrazzo floor.
With HTC's grinding machine, anyone can grind a wooden floor. You can get close to the edges and do not need to follow the grain of the wood. If the machine is used with an external vacuum cleaner, the floor can be ground dust-free.