Need to replace or renew a restaurant floor? No hospitality proprietor can afford a long-term closure of his company. So we understand that the turnaround time is crucial when choosing a floor. In this article we give you an indication of the length of time for replacing or renewing a catering floor.
The following rule of thumb applies to floor systems: approximately one-day curing time per layer. For new floors, the planning looks like this:
For trowel floors and some multi-layer floors, a fourth day is added due to the application of an additional sealer as an intermediate layer.
Prefer back to basic? With a two-component epoxy floor coating you can make your existing floor (system) and again completely catering-proof. Depending on the substrate, we recommend the following number of layers:
With a HIM catering floor you can be back on track in no time. For an optimal lead time, we recommend that you run the application just before the regular closing days. This way you will not unnecessarily miss out on sales. Want to know more?
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