Disbon

Protection and Repair of Concrete Floors

DISBON has been the brand for professional building protection solutions since 1957. High-quality products and a comprehensive consultancy service guarantee that building structures are protected in the long-term. The Disbon business unit markets its products in the fields of floor coatings, car park buildings, engineering structures and sealing.

Why paint a Floor?

  • Raw concrete floors are exposed to and absorb all kinds of chemicals; moisture, water, oils, grease, and other industrial contaminants.
  • Over time these contaminants will dirty, chemically affect and weaken the floor.
  • Any reinforcing materials must also be protected from moisture and chlorides, as these will attack the reinforcing materials and corrode and weaken the reinforcing structure.
  • The constant working on a floor area; such as tyre marks and vehicular traffic flow, cleaning, UV exposure and rain will also affect the performance and lifespan of the substrate.
  • Smooth concrete floors offer very little traction, especially when wet, and rough concrete quickly begins to look dirty.
  • Aged concrete also looks unpleasing to the eye and gives the area a feeling of neglect.

 

Painting the floor protects the substrate, reducing the cost of maintaining it in a sound condition, while improving the visual or aesthetic look of the floor and the area surrounding it. To maximize the benets of a floor coating system, it is important that the system selected meets the exact requirements of the floor itself.

Areas Of Use

Industrial Buildings And Manufacturing

Up to any challenge: DISBON coatings for industrial floors. Industrial or commercial floor surfaces are exposed to the toughest loads. Synthetic resin coatings have proven themselves as universal protection and for spatial floor design. Depending on requirements, which can differ considerably from case to case, DISBON products can be precisely adjusted to specific needs

Food Industry Buildings

More than clean! Walkways in production halls in the food industry must not only be kept clean, their coating must also have an anti-slip effect. They must have mechanical (abrasion by forklift trucks, ants, employee's footwear), chemical (acids, alkalis) and thermal (extreme cold or heat) resistance of the floor and its coating. This is the DISBON case.

Warehouse And Logistics Centers

Most storage rooms and halls have concrete floors. Even if the requirements and building-specific requirements are very different - depending on what is stored - there is no question in almost all applications that the unfinished floor must be coated as required and professionally in order to prevent premature wear and potentially leaking liquids such as acids, oils etc. to prevent leakage into the soil and pollution of the water.

Residential And Administration Buildings

Appearance with style! Floors in residential buildings and administration buildings can be beautiful to look at and at the same time easy to walk on. Whether a covering comes on the floor - parquet, tiles, linoleum, rubber, carpet, laminate etc. - or a coating system from DISBON depends entirely on the personal wishes and preferences of the client.

 

Parking Buildings

It is absolutely clear that the importance of the parking space is increasing. The buildings, which are largely made of concrete, also have to keep up with the growing use of building physics. High expectations are attached to the construction, maintenance and modernization. Availability, comfort and security must be guaranteed. DISBON contributes to optimal parking space management with a variety of different surface protection systems.

Soil And Water Protection

When handling water-polluting substances, nothing should go wrong. LAU systems (storage - filling - handling) as well as HBV systems (manufacture - treatment - use) must therefore be protected with particular care against the leakage of potentially harmful groundwater liquids. Leakage in the concrete floor must therefore be avoided or permanently sealed as quickly as possible. This applies regardless of whether the stored substances are flammable or not.

DISBON Competence in construction chemicals since 1957

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