Machine Shop Floor Coating | Concrete Flooring for Factories
Benefits of Concrete Floor Finishes . Florock’s concrete floor finishes for factories and machine shops help make cleaning up spills a snap, provide a slip-resistant surface with unsurpassed durability and improve overall shop appearance.
Your machine shop needs a high-performance floor coating that can withstand all the equipment, harsh chemicals, fork lifts and whatever else gets thrown at it. At Titan Concrete Coatings, we provide machine shop concrete floor coating options that are individualized to each shop's specific needs.
The Concrete Lathe, MultiMachine & Other Projects for the ...
Concrete Lathe. A re-discovered way to quickly make inexpensive but accurate machine tools for use in developing countries and in trade schools and shops everywhere. We made modern construction practical by replacing the original poured, non shrinking metal with cement grout. Learn more >>>
Automotive Garages & Shops. We offer a wide assortment of concrete care products to protect, preserve, beautify, and extend the natural life of your automotive garage and shop surfaces and can assist you in selecting the ones that are ideal for your application.
Machine shop floors are impacted by a variety of factors: the type of machinery it comes into contact with, its overall age and current condition, chemicals, and lubricants that have been spilled at workstations or tracked by workers’ shoes, and much more. All of this must be factored in while making a machine shop floor coating decision.
How to Clean Oily Machine Shop Concrete Floor? | TruckMount ...
Hello, I am a custodian at my fathers machine shop. I am looking to improve my current floor cleaning methods. The floor has been used and abused for decades and the oil is really embedded. Currently I have been scrubbing the floor with a grout brush and an industrial degreaser (Warsaw...
One side of the workshop will be for wood machinery, the other, lathe milling machines etc. The heaviest being the milling machine at around 1400lbs Down the center, l will need to cut a groove of 12" x 2" deep to accommodate the railway track. Q's: Is 8" of concrete too much or will 6" do? Do l need a reinforcement in the concrete?