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Mapei showcase Mapefloor System at Benetton Knightsbridge store

A system of products from Mapei’s Resin & Cementitious Flooring line has been specified in the major refurbishment of Benetton Knightsbridge retail store. Its 1,200m2 existing tile floor has been replaced with Mapei’s Mapefloor System, to create a concrete look epoxy finish

The existing tiles were firstly abraded using an HTC system, followed by the application of the Mapefloor System. This comprised of Primer SN; a two component epoxy filling primer, Mapefloor I 500 W; two-component, multi-purpose, neutral-coloured epoxy treatment, Mapefloor finish 52W; two-component, low-yellowing polyurethane finishing compound and Mapecolor Paste; ready-mixed colouring paste.

The Mapefloor System has a number of distinct benefits which were ideal for this installation such as good abrasion resistance, a very strong bond to most substrates and it is impermeable to liquids and easy to keep clean.  In addition to its functional qualities, it also provides a highly decorative finish. Available in a wide choice of colours, Mapefloor system offers a modern aesthetic solution suitable for a wide range of installations including public, private, domestic, industrial and commercial applications. Mapei offers a choice of 19 RAL colours as standard, achieved when utilising the Mapecolor Paste. In addition Mapei can supply any RAL colour to order using the ColourMap system to offer the ultimate choice.

Mapei’s resin and cementitious flooring systems have been specified for prestigious projects both in the UK and internationally. The use of Mapei’s innovative Mapefloor system, at Benetton Knightsbridge store, has created a hard, durable, dust free and easy to maintain floor with an attractive finish.

For more information please visit Mapei’s website www.mapei.co.uk or call +44 (0)121 508 6970

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