floor hardener



Is designed for use as a dry shake material to improve the wearing characteristics and abrasion resistance of concrete floors. FLOOR HARDENER may be used wherever a hardwearing floor is required which is not subject to high impact loadings such as light factory units, warehouses and garages.


  • Iron free – iron does not present in FLOOR-HARDENER making it is suitable for use in wet areas.
  • Heat Resistant – when high heat resistance is required around furnaces, FLOOR-HARDENER may be used with high alumina cement to resist temperatures up to 100o


All base concrete should be laid in accordance with good flooring practice as outlined by the Cement and Concrete Association.Trowel in Application – Dry mix 2 parts of FLOOR-HARDENER with I part of cement by weight.  For each m2 of surface the following amount of FLOOR-HARDENER Ready-Mixed concrete shall be used :

  • Light traffic ………………… 3 kgs. dry mix.
  • Heavy traffic ……………….. 5 kgs. dry mix.

Do not add water to the mix. This mix should be broadcast over the wet concrete in two equal stages, evenly over the surface of the base concrete. The material should be over floated into the concrete after each scatter. The first scatter of material should take place as soon as the surface can support a power float and the second follow immediately after the first.  When the surface has hardened sufficiently, a second trowelling should be carried out and the surface finally hand trowelled to remove disc marks. The finished floor should be cured under prevent rapid drying of the concrete.


Floor may be scaled for chemical resistance 28 days after laying.


keep out of reach of children. Keep in cool place.  Rubber glove are recommended. If in contact with eyes, rinse with plenty of water and seek medical attention if irritation develops. If in contact with skin, wash immediately with soap and water.  If swallowed, do not induce vomiting, drink milk and seek medical attention.


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