This seminar discusses important technical and design details to ensure a successful epoxy terrazzo flooring installation. It covers pre-construction, surface preparation, concrete repair, moisture vapor transmission (MVT), LEEDing terrazzo, and finishes with project references.
This seminar presents and discusses important technical and design details to ensure a successful epoxy terrazzo and decorative resinous flooring installation. Contact us regarding AIA education credits.
This seminar provides engineers with a total solutions approach to dealing with corrosion in the wastewater industry. It highlights projects in all stages of the wastewater infrastructure, from the collection system to the treatment facility. The seminar will provide technical details of projects as well photo records showing the issues faced by municipalities and how Sauereisen’s products were able to resolve these complex problems.
To view the Key Resin color charts, refer to the CTS Product's Page and search "Color Chart." Available color charts are Key Epoxy Terrazzo, Key Quartz, Key Solid Colors, Key Luster Metallic, Key Urethane Pigment Pack, Key Dry Oxide Pigment Pack, and Key Zycke.
Key Resin has now created BIM Models for their Epoxy Terrazzo, Decorative Quartz, and Secondary Containment Systems. These BIM models are located on ARCAT and can be downloaded for use in your next project. Please contact CTS if you have any questions.
Key Epoxy Terrazzo sets the standard for decorative resinous flooring. Combining 100% solids epoxy with a wide selection of decorative aggregates, Key Epoxy Terrazzo provides outstanding durability and beauty for the life of your building.
Key Resin’s laboratory flooring solutions come in thicknesses ranging from 1/32” to 1/4” and are available in a variety of standard or customized colors. With or without the integral cove base, they provide a non-porous, seamless finish that resists deterioration by water, food and chemical spills and is resistant to bacterial growth.
Key MMA Flooring Systems are based on Methylmethacrylate (MMA) components, providing shock resistance, high mechanical load capacity, and a seamless floor suitable for all types environments including food processing areas, laboratories, machine shops, chemical storage warehouses, and animal facilities. The fast curing time and the installation temperature flexibility make this system a powerhouse for renovation and new construction. It's UV resistance makes it an ideal choice for exterior applications.
Key Broadcast Quartz Flooring is installed between 1/16 and 1/4 inch thickness and is available in a variety of standard color blends. With or without the integral cove base, they provide a non-porous, seamless finish that resists deterioration by water, food and chemical spills and is resistant to bacterial growth.
Key Urecon systems are heavy-duty, trowel-applied urethane modified cementitious toppings deliver high impact resistance, excellent thermal shock resistance, and quick installation and cure time ideally suited for manufacturing areas.
Key Mortar SLT flooring is a seamless,1/8” slurry broadcast flooring system. This system provides high impact & wear resistance, ease of maintenance, a safe non-skid texture, and chemical resistance throughout.
When your business revolves around color, you need a resinous floor with some flair. Key Resin's Key Luster Metallic provided the designers at the Crayola Experience a unique palette with which to design a truly unique floor, incorporating colorful "splats" over a three dimensionally swirled metallic base. Learn more about this one of a kind floor.
SewerGard Glaze No. 210G is a protective coating specifically formulated for municipal wastewater environments. It may be used as a stand-alone, economical coating or as an extra measure of protection over Sauereisen restorative materials and protective linings.
The Redner Test, takes its name from John A. Redner, Departmental Engineer, Sewerage Department, County Sanitation Districts of Los Angeles County, LA, California. He has published results of testing the acid resistance of many sewer lining repair coatings in a simulated sewer set-up. The Redner Test was developed to objectively assess the likely in-situ application issues and the acid resistance of coatings on concrete sewer pipes.
Sauereisen offers an extensive line of proven chemical-resistant products that protect concrete or steel in both new construction and rehabilitation projects. Our products are grouped
into six main categories — Coatings, Linings, Flooring, Polymer Concretes, Refractories and Mortars.
Polymer concrete is among the most durable of Sauereisen engineered systems. It is a material with
five times the physical strength of standard Portland-based concrete, is castable like concrete, and is resistant to corrosive chemicals throughout its entire matrix.
A simple site survey to help ensure all the needs of a resinous flooring system are addressed. Useful for a contractor's site survey, information for an architect or engineer looking to specify a resinous floor, or a customer understanding the correct questions to ask when choosing a resinous floor.
Permeability to corrosive substances was shown to be the most important consideration for chemically resistant linings—even though it’s also seen as the most commonly overlooked criteria of corrosion resistant lining selection.
View a short picture slideshow of completed Key Resin flooring projects. Highlights include epoxy terrazzo, broadcast and troweled quartz, broadcast vinyl chip, urethane cements, metallic epoxy, and MMA.