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WHAT IS THE PRINTED CONCRETE

Printed concrete is an excellent concrete for all types of floor surfaces such as
sidewalks, terraces, garage and yard approaches, stairs and gardens. Due to the
extremely wide choice of colors and textures it is possible to incorporate
decorative printed concrete into all architectural units. In the event that
concrete is damaged at all, it is easy to quickly restore.

WE ARE NOT REDUCED TO COLOR AND EQUIPMENT.


WE ONLY CONDUCT WORKS OF PRINTED CONCRETE.

NACIN CONSTRUCTION

Printed concrete is made by pouring concrete slab of high quality concrete MB 30,
reinforced with reinforcement mesh and polypropylene fibers. The concrete is
treated with special hand tools and special colors - fixers, molds, and finally
lacquered with special protective coating. In this way, we get a painted, printed
and waterproof substrate. By applying seals (lacquer) at the end of the work, the
pores are closed in concrete and this prevents the influence of climatic conditions
on the concrete. A special safety layer of 15 mm thickness makes its surface 4
times more durable than conventional concrete.

MATERIALS FOR PRINTING THE PRINTED CONCRETE

Paint with fixers


Mold detector
Shade color
Waterproof, waterproof, freezing, oil, salt, acid and UV solutions
Polypropylene fibers and additives for concrete
QUALITY AND SUSTAINABILITY

Persistence of the form


Printed decorative concrete is made of reinforced concrete, which is additionally
reinforced with polypropylene fibers and color fasteners. Due to the quality of the
sturdy components, the printed decorative concrete acts as a single unit - which
means: there can be no cracking between the fugs due to overload, the plant can not
come to the surface, neither can it be raised or enlarged. It remains unchanged
even under the load of trucks over 40 T.

Color fastness
Color fasteners and adhesives used in the production of printed decorative concrete
are made by combining natural oxides of metals and inorganic ingredients in
strictly defined proportions. Thanks to this technological novelty and special
recipe, the shades and colors of printed decorative concrete remain unchanged.

Solid
Printed decorative concrete has a hardness level of 4 per mah scale measured by
expert teams. Concrete MB-30 has a hardness I, diamond 10, quartz 7. There are not
many materials left that could damage printed decorative concrete. This is one of
the reasons why printed decorative concrete is more durable than other
technologies.

Non-slip
Printed decorative concrete has a low friction coefficient due to its solidity,
which allows it to remain slippery over time. Security is guaranteed to a tilt of
17%.
Preparatory works
When preparing printed decorative concrete, no additional preparatory work is
required such as excavating the soil, strengthening the substrate in several
layers, drying the soil. Printed decorative concrete can be made directly on old
concrete, old asphalt or any existing hard surface.

Speed ??of construction


Printed decorative concrete is made ten times faster than other types of floor
systems, so the works will end in a record time. This fact is indisputably
important if it is about building in central city zones or major traffic routes,
because traffic problems are reduced.

WRITING ON THE PRINTED CONCRETE

Printed concrete is a floor surface, which is a kind of canvas for creating an


economical replica of much more expensive materials, while retaining a natural,
authentic look. Application of printed concrete found primarily in public areas -
for the pavement of streets, squares, kolovoz, public garages, but also in business
and residential buildings, both in the exterior and in the interior.

The printed concrete is actually pouring a concrete surface into which a mold or
texture is imprinted by special molds to remind the surface of the brick, granite,
cobblestone, ceramic tiles, wood, various types of stone, as well as other surfaces
and materials. It is precisely this feature of printed concrete that resembles
other building materials actually contributes to the attractiveness of this product
because it thus becomes a cheaper alternative to authentic materials - stone,
granite, general.

This method of processing floor surfaces has been used since the fifties of the
twentieth century. It is becoming very popular in the 70's, when construction
workers see the savings that can be made using printed concrete. Today he
experiences a kind of "bloodbath" again. We can notice it on many newly designed
objects and surfaces.

Printed concrete may act as another building material. But no matter what form or
pattern you are doing, there are many ways to make your own stamp. It can be a
print made in a home-made fabric, or a print of recycled materials, if necessary,
can be simple or whitish, all in order to fit into a certain space and ambience.

The procedure for making this concrete is on site. Printed concrete can be placed
on already existing concrete or other solid surface, or on the ground, which is in
that