Prominent and authentic stamped concrete topping for exterior and interior applications; Alluvius STAMP-ON Horizontal Grade leaves deep pattern impressions over suitable concrete surfaces. STAMP-ON Horizontal Grade allows the pattern impression of natural and man made surfaces from around the globe to be created on your personal premises.
Paramount to the successful installation of any cementitious or resinous coating system is surface preparation. You can use the finest products and materials available but without adequate surface preparation, the chances of a successful installation are unlikely and can become a costly, time consuming chore. Environmental factors, work site access and time restraints may dictate the available techniques and methods to be utilised for a successful installation. In some cases there may be one method available, in other cases it may be necessary to adopt multiple techniques for satisfactory results. In any case it is up to the installer to make the decision how to best prepare the substrate prior to its installation while taking into account the function, use, requirements and demands of the given system as well as the limitations specified in the product(s) Technical Data Sheet (TDS).
The dew point temperature in degrees Celsius (°C), a measure of the humidity of the air, is the temperature to which the air would have to be cooled to reach satuation with respect to liquid water. Saturation occurs when the air is holding the maximum water vapour possible at that temperature and atmospheric pressure.
Typically, most coatings must be applied on a surface that is 3°C above the dew point during time of application and initial curing. Consult individual Technical Data Sheets for product limitations.
Mixing Of Multiple Component Alluvius Polymeric Materials
In order to achieve a completely cured and cross linked product, all components must be thoroughly mixed as specified. Components that are not mixed in the correct ratios or are not mixed in a suitable manner will yield unexpected results which may lead to inferior chemical or solvent resistance, wrinkling of the surface, wet or uncured components, inferior colour retention, inferior wear properties, poor adhesion, brittleness, etc. In some cases, these results may not be apparent initially but can expose themselves over time. To avoid these circumstances, mixing of multiple component systems must be wholly understood and followed as specified.
TYPICAL 45˚ CANT COVE DETAIL
TYPICAL SPOON COVE DETAIL
TYPICAL ROLLED RADIUS COVE DETAIL
TYPICAL COVE DETAIL FOR FLUSH TRANSITION WITH WALL PANEL
TYPICAL COVE DETAIL FOR FLUSH TRANSITION TILE
TYPICAL EXPANSION & ISOLATION JOINT TREATMENT & FLOOR TERMINATION
TYPICAL COVE BASE WITH CAP DETAIL AND REINFORCEMENT
TYPICAL COVE BASE WITH EPOXY FILL AND REINFORCEMENTS
TYPICAL FLOOR DRAIN DETAIL WITHOUT SEALANT
TYPICAL FLOOR DRAIN DETAIL WITH SEALANT
TYPICAL ROD OR PIPE INSERTION INTO FLOOR
TYPICAL TERMINATION DETAIL FOR SELF-LEVELLING AND MORTAR FLOORING SYSTEMS
TYPICAL TERMINATION DETAIL FOR MORTAR AT NOSE ANGLE IRON AT
LOADING DOCK OR BUILDING JOINT
TYPICAL TERMINATION DETAIL AT NOSE ANGLE IRON AT STAIR TREAD OR BUILDING JOINT
TYPICAL CONTROL JOINT WITH NO MOVEMENT
TYPICAL CONTROL JOINT WITH MOVEMENT
TYPICAL EXPANSION/ISOLATION JOINT TREATMENT
TYPICAL TREATMENT FOR NON-MOVING CRACKS
TYPICAL TREATMENT FOR MOVING CRACKS
TYPICAL TREATMENT FOR BRIDGING MULTIPLE NON-MOVING HAIRLINE CRACKS
TYPICAL TRANSITION DETAIL