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Light foot traffic; occasional rubber tyred vehicles. Intended use of the synthetic resin flooring including the type, extent and frequency of trafficking; this can be categorised, as follows:.
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The Amber document status indicator indicates that some caution is needed when using this document – it is either: Extent to which the flooring will be exposed to direct sunlight or ultra-violet light. Recommendations for the design and installation of internally used in situ synthetic resin flooring, where they are bonded to direct finished concrete slabs, fine concrete screeds and to existing concrete floors are given.
Details of all chemicals, including those used for cleaning or sterilising, which could come into contact with the floor, and extent, frequency and temperature of spillage. Free to use BIM project management tool provides step-by-step help to define, manage and validate responsibility for information development and delivery at each stage of the asset life cycle 820-6 level 2 BIM projects. The flooring is available in a wide range of thicknesses from thin floor seals to heavy-duty industrial protective coatings which can provide a seamless surface with greatly enhanced performance compared with the concrete base on 8204- it is applied.
BS FeRFA Guide To The Selection Of Resin Flooring
Consideration should therefore be given to whichever of the following are applicable: Temperatures that the flooring is required to withstand in normal service or as part of the cleaning operations and bz exposure is by radiant or conductive heat or by direct contact.
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Regular foot traffic; frequent fork lift truck traffic; occasional hard plastic-wheeled trolleys. Want access to British Standards?
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BS – Screeds, bases and in-situ floorings. Synthetic resin floorings. Code of practice
Time available for the application and curing of the flooring. Compliance with hygiene or food industry requirements. Synthetic resin floorings – Code of practice Withdrawn. Synthetic resin floorings – Code of practice. Consideration should therefore be given to bd of the following are applicable:.
Type of loading, static or dynamic, and severity of impact. Again there may be more recent versions of the document.
Constant fork lift truck traffic; hard plastic wheeled trolleys; some impact. Age, specification where known and nature of the base, including information about any previous use of the floor which could affect adhesion, and any preparatory treatment required.