BalconyWe would like to present an example of a glass fibre coating (glass-fibre-reinforced polyester resin) on tiles.
Balcony coating structure
Glass-fibre-reinforced polyester resins are used for all coatings on existing materials.
The coating is applied in layers. Sand the tiles, then apply a bonding agent that ensures a good bond with the glass-fibre-reinforced polyester resin layers through deep penetration and a superior subsurface connection.
In order to exclude subsurface exposure, the next resin layer is applied as a primer-sealer. The structural supporting element the laminate is built up using laminate resin and a reinforcing material (glass fibre matting).
The final layer consists of a top coat that protects the laminate against harmful influences (UV radiation, chemical and mechanical effects). Adding colour compounds and sprinkling pigments into the top coat creates a coloured surface.
A final coat of lacquer results in a non-adhesive surface. The glass-fibre-reinforced polyester resin coating is applied as a trough that is free of seams and joints, making the surface easy to clean and maintain.
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