Smooth Thick Adhesion

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A special feature of the self-leveling bottom is the liquid consistency of its solution. As a result, the self-leveling pressure device can escape through impermeable cracks and slots in the bottom.

Concrete flooring as base

Unlike the screed, where the key error is the possibility of cracking, the larger effect can swell and demine. The cause of such unpleasant errors is often in insufficient good grip between the self-leveling floor and the base.

Smooth Thick Adhesion

Industrial self-leveling floors

In areas such as parking, gymnasium, garage, the soil experiences high physical and mechanical stress, which is why it has chosen a special ground for this. It should not only be aesthetic, but also permanent. Industrial self-leveling soils meet these requirements.

Smooth Thick Adhesion

7 popular defective soil defects: causes and remedies

What can be simpler than technology in bulk? Mix the components, pour the mixture on the floor and get a completely aligned surface. Therefore, he believes that most domestic craftsmen who have decided to independently run the process of creating a self-supporting soil. However, this simplicity and simplicity of technology - only obvious. According to some reports, only 30-40% of all self-spreading soils are favorable. Others have shortcomings that are mainly related to violations of the technology of their device.

Smooth Thick Adhesion

Bonding of polymeric self-leveling surfaces to the substrate

Adhesion (from the Latin word adhaesio - sticking) in physics - adhesion of the surfaces of various solid and / or liquid bodies. Adhesion is the result of intermolecular interactions (van der Waals, polar, sometimes by mutual diffusion) in the surface layer and is characteristic of the specific work required to separate the surfaces. In some cases, adhesion may be stronger than cohesion, i.e. Adhesions within a homogeneous material, in such cases when a moving force is applied, a cohesive fracture occurs, i.e., a slit in a less durable volume of contact materials (for example, in the data on the passport on polymeric self-spreading materials, material manufacturers usually write in such cases - "concrete gap").