Sikafloor Broadcast B1 Aggregate – 25kg

Non-Slip Media used in industrial floors

$85.00 inc GST

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Sikafloor Broadcast B1 is a Heavy duty broadcast aggregate for industrial floors

́Excellent accelerated slip test results achieved on broadcast floors, Bauxite based aggregate, High Hardness results on Mohs scale-superior to quartz.

Sikafloor Broadcast B1 in industrial floor coatings provides hardness, slip resistance, chemical resistance, thermal stability, easy maintenance, and long-term cost-effectiveness. Its unique combination of properties makes it a reliable choice for protecting industrial floors and ensuring safety, durability, and functionality in demanding environments.

Made up of Aluminium oxide, diiron trioxide and Titanium dioxide, Sikafloor Broadcast B1 is a fantastic material that is commonly used in industrial floor coatings. It offers a range of benefits and practical uses.

  1. Super Strong and Durable: Broadcast B1 aggregate is incredibly tough and resilient. It can withstand heavy wear, impacts, and abrasions, which makes it perfect for industrial floor coatings. No matter how much foot traffic or heavy machinery the floor endures, the aluminium oxide coating will provide excellent protection and wont wear down like sand would.
  2. Safety First: Slippery floors can be dangerous, especially in industrial settings. Sikafloor Aluminium Oxide comes to the rescue with its slip-resistant properties. By adding aluminium oxide particles to a coating, the floor gains a textured surface that enhances traction. This means fewer slips and falls, even when the floor is wet or covered in oil. Safety is a top priority, and aluminium oxide helps ensure it.
  3. Chemical Champion: Industrial floors often come into contact with various chemicals like oils, solvents, acids, and alkalis. Luckily, coatings with broadcast B1 have exceptional resistance to these substances. They protect the floor from damage caused by spills or exposure to chemicals, which saves money on repairs and replacements.
  4. Tough against Heat: In industrial environments, floors can face extreme temperatures and hot objects. Sika’s Anti-slip media, Sikafloor Broadcast B1, is known for its ability to handle high heat without warping or deteriorating. This means the coating remains intact and functional, even in demanding conditions.
  5. Easy to Keep Clean: Industrial floors require regular maintenance. Thankfully, Sika’s Broadcast B1 Non-slip Media, in coatings, are a breeze to clean and maintain. The hard surface resists staining and doesn’t absorb liquids, making it easy to remove spills and contaminants. This simplifies your maintenance routines and reduces downtime for cleaning and repairs.
  6. Long-lasting and Cost-effective: Sika’s Aluminium oxide Broadcast B1 Anti-Slip aggregate helps epoxy floor coatings last. They have exceptional durability, meaning they don’t wear out quickly or require frequent recoating or replacement. This longevity saves you money in the long run, as you won’t need to spend as much on repairs, maintenance, or downtime.


Sikafloor Broadcast B1 Datasheets

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