Powerfloat Finish

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CSCS Accredited installers also on NVQ Scheme

100% snag free

Across all jobs & within 14 days of installation

0 Accidents

No reportable accidents in the last 5 years

With the right combination of machine size, timing and operator experience, a powerfloat finish is the right choice for a smooth surface. It’s usually used to achieve a greater level of flatness & surface regularity.

Hard wearing finish

Powerfloated concrete results in a hard wearing finished surface by densifying the top 2-3mm.

Up to FM1 tolerance

Our power float process allows us to achieve flatness tolerances of up to FM1 standard

SR3 classification

This tolerance is only achievable through powerfloating.

Decades of experience

It takes years of learning, training, and methodology.

Efficient and Reliable Installation

A high tolerance and hardwearing finish

What is it?
Where is it used?
How it's Applied
Power Float Finish
Extra flatness & a hardwearing finish

Using a powerfloat concrete finish you can achieve a reasonable level of flatness. Even when you use a Laser Screed Lay you will most likely want to use a powerfloat to achieve an additional level of flatness. A Powerfloat machine sits on top of the concrete in a similar manner to a hovercraft with a series of blades underneath which rotate at a very high speed. The blades spin and polish out all imperfections to achieve a smooth and shiny finish. As a general rule, the more passes you have with a power float, the smoother your floor will be.

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Powerfloat Finish
Powerfloats are used on almost every project

A Powerfloat finish is used where concrete is going to be the finished floor, or where a thin layer direct applied finish is to go on top:

  • Warehouse Floors
  • Under thin tiling
  • Under carpeting
  • Under thin screeds
  • As preparation to receive resin or paint.

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our process
Powerfloats are used on almost every project

The choice of Powerfloat type, size, number and experience levels of operators is critical to achieving the desired effect.

After Laying:

  1. Wait for the critical time when concrete has set enough to walk on but is not yet solid.
  2. Powerfloat the surface with circular ‘pans’ connected to the underside of the machine. This brings up a creamy paste
  3. Further passes with the ‘pans’ push down any aggregate and flattens the surface.
  4. Pans are removed and Powerfloats are driven on their blades which trowel the surface flatter & smoother with every pass.
  5. More and more passes of the blades in different directions give the desired finished effect.

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Power Float Case Studies

Experts in Power Floated Concrete

A powerfloat finish is usually carried out as one of the final stages in finishing a concrete slab project. See some of our case studies here.

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We work across large and small jobs for both for commercial or private clients, ask us a question and see how we can help.

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