Saint Gobain Vetrotex: High Performance Sloors

Coming on the heels of reinforcements for wall products, Saint-Gobain Technical Fabrics (SGTF) is now proud to offer glass fiber mesh to level floors.

With superb technical reliability, these products make floor-leveling operations dramatically lighter and easier.

When homes are renovated, roughened floors or floors that have been accidentally damaged or deformed must be leveled to eliminate surface irregularities. For a long time the solution has been to add a new cement screed, but the room would lose up to seven centimeters in height. To solve this problem - in particular for large areas - builders can use cement reinforced with iron mesh. However, this is difficult to handle and use.

From the Iron Age to the Glass Age with Saint-Gobain SGTF now offers a high-performance alternative: Glass fiber meshes that can be integrated during installation into all coating types, epoxy resin or polyurethane, self-smoothing cements, and more.

Available in several grammages, these non-degradable reinforcements durably improve a floors’ mechanical resistance and dimensional stability.

Smaller and lighter than rolls of iron reinforcement, glass mesh rolls are easier to transport and use. Professionals can work faster using these products. Scissors or a box cutter are all that’s needed to cut pieces of mesh, which are glued or stapled to an initial layer of coating, then covered with a final layer.

These meshes also provide greater comfort for the premises’ occupants, since they enjoy complete, long-lasting evenness from their floors. Adding our glass meshes facilitates installation of all types of floor coverings.

600450 Saint Gobain Vetrotex: High Performance Sloors glassonweb.com

See more news about:

Others also read

A bright future is ahead for glass, thanks to a serious focus on innovation, the environment, and sustainability, the industry’s annual prestige awards ceremony at the Millennium Gallery in Sheffield heard. (Thurs 22 November).
Let’s re-live the event highlights together.
Saint-Gobain has approved the most important operation planned in Europe, which will be carried out over the next two years.
The façade of the RAL building in Bonn unmistakeably showcases the identity of the client and user of the building.
Glassolutions’ Installation business has relaunched as Facades & Glazing Solutions UK Ltd (FGS) following its sale to private investment firm CoBe Capital.
SUPERCONTRYX - a lead glass should be an extremely important element of your medical facility’s X-ray protection strategy as it attenuates the effect of radiations significantly.

Add new comment