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Concord Terrazzo Company specializes in epoxy terrazzo systems. Epoxy terrazzo systems featuring TERRAZZCO Brand aggregates and epoxy resins provide the most durable and cost-effective flooring surfaces available today. Here is an overview of an epoxy terrazzo system. (Source: NTMA)
A nominal 1/4″ or 3/8″ thick resin matrix veneer placed upon a level concrete slab; Also can be specified with glass, synthetic, or granite aggregates in lieu of marble to provide brilliant colors or chemical resistance; The best “thin-set” system.
Unlimited matrix colors, color control, resiliency, chemical resistance and tensile-compressive strengths not found in cement-based systems. Excellent for multi-colored patterns and designs. Lightweight and flexibility make it ideal for multi-story use. It has the lowest maintenance cost due to non-absorbancy. In sanitary areas can be installed with minimal dividers providing seamless characteristics. When used in conjunction with a flexible membrane as a specified extra, it can absorb some horizontal concrete crack or control joint movement. It also has the quickest pour to grind installation time. It can also be used over properly installed and prepared plywood. Glass and other decorative aggregates increased costs.
Nominal 1/4″ or 3/8″ Epoxy Terrazzo topping. 0-1 chip sizes opt.#2 chip for 3/8″.
3-4 lbs. PSF.
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