The 450 square meter concrete floor of the premises owned by Allgood plc – a leading supplier of architectural ironmongery – was repaired and repainted in double-quick time with technical advice from Bradite.
“This was the first time I have used their product but the help and advice I received from the company was absolutely first class, “ said Barry Tipper, owner of B Tipper Painter and Decorators, the painting sub-contractor for the project. Main contractor for the Brearley Street, Birmingham, warehouse makeover was Robert Peters Building & Electrical.
The warehouse floor is subject to heavy usage, including movement by forklift trucks. This is just the type of challenge that Rapid floor paint is designed to overcome.
An initial thinner coat of the moisture cured polyurethane coating is applied followed by a second and third coat at intervals of eight hours. The paint provides a tough, hard-wearing flexible film which is ready to take forklift traffic once more after 48 hours.
“Bradite’s national sales manager James Burton visited the site and provided us with a full specification for preparation and applying the paint,” said Mr Tipper. “ After that, it was a seamless operation.” He added: “This has been massively helpful to me commercially as well.”