Not everyone is aware that floors in large-scale facilities can be made of ceramics. Industrial ceramic floors are valued for their high reliability and impeccable aesthetics. However, in order to meet the high expectations, it is necessary to use appropriate materials and appropriate assembly techniques. Therefore, in this article, we briefly and concisely describe what you should know about ceramic floors in industrial facilities.

The key to success when spreading a ceramic floor is the permanent bond between the ceramic covering and the substrate. Obtaining such an effect is possible thanks to the use of the vibration technique. This technique consists in laying a ceramic floor on a fresh concrete screed and subjecting the floor to vibrations. As a result, the screed, tile and grout bind at the same time. The result of such a treatment is a perfectly even and smooth surface, distinguished by its aesthetics. At the same time, the ceramic floor prepared in this way is distinguished by high solidity and resistance to heavy loads, therefore it is willingly used in rooms where the floor is exposed to heavy loads, e.g. in industry (production halls, warehouses) and in various types of utility areas. public (stations, shopping malls, etc.).

The ceramic floor is not only durability, but also aesthetics. You can easily find tiles of almost any color, shape, texture and size. In addition to aesthetic and durability issues, ceramic tiles are valued for their anti-slip properties. As a result, they are easily used in places with high density, e.g. in a shopping mall or at a railway station.

In conclusion, vibropressed ceramic floors is a perfect combination of aesthetics with high durability. They are perfect for public utility buildings. It is an excellent solution wherever we expect reliability from the floor.