Quartz Shield Flooring

 

Quartz Shield Flooring

Quartz Shield is an exciting and versatile coating system that has recently entered the Australian epoxy market. It offers a wide range of benefits and a plethora of desirable characteristics, which is reflected in the number of applications for Quartz Shield.

Quartz Shield flooring is a combination of an advanced resin system and the finest uniformly shaped and sized quartz granules on the planet. Quartz Shield is extremely resistant to harsh chemicals and UV rays because of this combination, and it provides extreme durability and performance in the most demanding environments.

Quartz Shield is available in two models: Quartz Shield 25 and Quartz Shield 40.

Quartz Shield 25 is designed and optimised for use in commercial and industrial environments where slip resistance, hygiene, and ease of maintenance are critical.

Quartz Shield 40, on the other hand, is intended for residential use where slip-resistant coatings are required while maintaining a decorative and appealing finish.

Customers can choose between different levels of grit and, as a result, different levels of slip resistance. The use of quartz as the slip-resistant additive, as opposed to traditional slip-resistant coatings that use silica sand, distinguishes this exciting new system. Quartz Shield is extremely durable, and its sheer hardness ensures the coating’s longevity from both a practical and visual standpoint.

This diverse set of applications and benefits is perfectly complemented by a vibrant colour palette that includes Artic, Grain, Iron, Silver, and Wine. These colours enhance the appeal of this new and exciting system, confirming Quartz Shield as a top choice for businesses and homeowners when evaluating coating options for commercial and residential projects.

 Quartz Shield Application Process

The most important part of the installation process for ensuring the durability and longevity of Quartz Shield is the floor preparation. To begin, we mechanically grind the floor to remove any dirt, oils, stains, grime, or loose particles. The floor is then repaired of all cracks and holes. We apply a thin layer of primer coat after we have transformed the concrete floor into a blank canvas. When the primer coat has fully cured, we will apply the base layer and then spread the coloured quartz across the floor. When the quartz has fully cured, we remove it and seal the floor with a specially designed topcoat. After the topcoat, your new Sydney Quartz Shield will be ready to walk on in 24 hours.

 Advantages of Quartz Shield

Quartz shield has numerous advantages, whether you use it for your Sydney home or business.

Slip Resistant

Unlike traditional slip-resistant coatings, Quartz Shield 25, and Quartz Shield 40 use quartz as the slip-resistant additive rather than silica sand. Both 25 and 40 offer varying levels of grit and slip resistance, making them ideal for use in commercial kitchens, butchers, pool areas, outdoor entertainment areas, car parks, and other locations.

Outstanding Chemical Resistance

Quartz shield is resistant to a wide range of common chemicals, including cleaning agents, paint thinners, industrial detergents, hydrochloric acid, and others, thanks to its specially designed formula. Quartz Shield is thus ideal for use in the chemical/pharmaceutical industries, laboratories, manufacturing plants, and food processing plants.

Simple to Clean and Maintain

Quartz Shield flooring repels dirt and stains, making it extremely simple to maintain. This makes it ideal for places where strict cleaning and sanitation regulations are required, such as the food and health care industries.

Versatile

Resin is extremely hard on its own, but when combined with quartz, it forms a thicker, stronger surface. Quartz Shield is not only decorative, but also extremely durable, abrasion, impact, and scratch resistant, with extreme performance in the most demanding environments due to the combination of both.

Waterproofing & Heat Resistant Properties

One of the primary causes of bacteria growth is water trapped beneath the floor. Quartz Shield repels water, preventing it from soaking into the floor, thanks to its waterproof properties. Water will not be trapped if coving is incorporated into the floor, sealing the gap between the floor and the walls. Quartz Shield is designed to withstand temperatures of up to 1700 degrees before melting and transforming into a rubber-like texture. This is especially important in areas near commercial ovens and factories that use a lot of heat.

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