Grinded floors constitute a group of extremely attractive plastics with perfect exploitation parameters. They form a thick layer of circa 10mm and are characterised by very high hardness. The floor contains pieces of natural marble mixed with appropriately coloured resin.
Upon applying (mixing of components and spreading of the plastic layer to a proper thickness), the mix should be left for full curing and then should be a subject of mechanical grinding until the whole surface is even. The floor is very easy to be kept in clean condition, possible regeneration through subsequent (even local) grinding. The floor can be cleaned by means of mechanical cleaning devices.
Typical applications of marble-like floors of BDE-m type are interiors of public facilities with extremely high pedestrian traffic, especially in situations when aesthetic and stylish appearance is required, e.g. airport halls, churches, banks, public facilities, etc.