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  • WHAT MAKES TERRAZZO SUCH A GREAT FLOORING SYSTEM
  • -Terrazzo flooring has a long and rich history that dates back over 1500 years.-Terrazzo, from the Italian word for Terraces, is one of the original recycled products-created centuries ago by Venetian workers utilizing the waste chips from slab marble processing.-In the 18th century the trade was brought to the USA-Originally terrazzo was finished by hand-Galeras. They are hand held tools used for finishing and polishing terrazzo, a stone attached to a wooden handle held in place with a metal clip.-Early divider strips were made of wood and marble cubes. Later divider strips were made of zinc, brass, aluminum, and due to war world II plastic was introduced.-By 1924 electric grinding machines were introduced-Epoxy was introduced approximately 50 years ago and now makes up about 75 to 80% of the US market.
  • Sand Cushion Terrazzo:Description: A cement matrix topping underbed with wire reinforcing, isolation sheet, and sand layer system for interior floor use. This is the best cement system.Advantages: Due to the underbed's depth, wire mesh reinforcing, isolation sheeting and sand layer it will absorb minor substrate defects and prevent mirroring to the surface.Terrazzo bonded to concrete:Description: A cement matrix and underbed system for interior and exterior areas where conditions require 1.25" to 1.75" inches of recessed depth to be filled in addition to the .5" terrazzo topping.Advantages: With sand-cement underbed it has less dependence on the concrete slab for flatness when compared to monolithic.Monolithic Terrazzo:Description:This 1/2" thick cement matrix veneer placed upon a provided concrete slab is dependent on the concrete quality for flatness and crack prevention. On grade or below grade only.Advantages: Fast installation and the most economical price make it ideal where time and budget are critical but where the beauty, low maintenance and the performance of terrazzo is desired.Polyacrylate Terrazzo:Description: A nominal 3/8" think polymer modified cement matrix veneer placed upon a provided level concrete slab. Polymer provides strength to allow for thinner applications of cementitious systems. Advantages: Fast installation and moderate price range make it ideal to replace vinyl or carpet without depth transition difficulties; also good to use in areas subject to moisture vapor transmission where Epoxy terrazzo or other non-breathing floors will not adhere.
  • There are several different types of Terrazzo. We are going to start with Sand Cushion.
  • -Sand Cushion is cement matrix topping underbed with wire reinforcing, isolation sheet, and sand layer system for interior floor use.-This is the best cement based system and excellent choice for new construction.-Requires 3” Depressed Slab-Does not bond to structural slab-Typical Panel: 4’ x 4’-The advantages: due to the underbed’s depth, wire mesh reinforcing and sand layer, it will absorb minor substrate defects and prevent mirroring to the surface. -It’s approximate weight is 25-30 lbs. PSF. -The position of divider strips is essential to performance, serving a dual function: a control for anticipated contraction and an aesthetic enhancement in separating colors. 5 feet or less on centers. Architects should design structural inset expansion plates between areas where major movement is anticipated.
  • Then you have Thin-set.
  • Advantages: Unlimited matrix colors, color control, resiliency, chemical resistance and tensile-compressive strengths not found in cement based systems. Excellent for multi-colored patterns and designs. Light weight and flexibility make it ideal for multi-story use. It has the lowest maintenance cost due to non-absorbency. In sanitary areas can be installed with minimal dividers providing seamless characteristics. When uses in conjunction with a flexible membrane as a specified extra, it can absorb some horizontal concrete crack or control joint movement. It also has the quickest pour to grind installation time. Can also be used over properly installed and prepared plywood. Glass and other decorative aggregates increased costs.
  • -A nominal ¼” or 3/8” thick resin matrix veneer placed upon a flat concrete slab; also can be specified with glass, synthetic, or granite aggregates in lieu of marble to provide brilliant colors or chemical resistance. -Epoxy terrazzo has the greatest tensile, compressive, and flexural strength of any system.
  • -A nominal ¼” or 3/8” thick resin matrix veneer placed upon a flat concrete slab; also can be specified with glass, synthetic, or granite aggregates in lieu of marble to provide brilliant colors or chemical resistance. -Epoxy terrazzo has the greatest tensile, compressive, and flexural strength of any system.
  • Installation of Algorithmic Tapestry in Madison, Wisconsinhttp://www.damnfineart.com/archives/536http://www.damnfineart.com/archives/12Algorithmic TapestryAwards:National Honor Award: Floor of the Year | National Terrazzo and Mosaic AssociationGolden Trowel Award | International Masonry InstituteDesign Awards: Honor Award for Architecture | AIA Wisconsin Chapter Reviews:Art in America as the Best in Public Art from 2002Architectural RecordAlgorithmic Tapestry is a 10,864 sq. ft. seven-color 3/8-inch epoxy terrazzo public art floor for the Engineering Centers Building at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. The design is based on geometric algorithms commonly used by engineers, with depictions of quasicrystals, nanocrystals, and a series of digital and analog references to computing technology and numeric systems from 20,000 years ago to the present.Artist: Scott ParsonsArchitects: Flad, Madison, WI and Kohn Pederson Fox, New YorkTerrazzo Strip: Scott ParsonsTerrazzo: RD Roman, Rockford, ILGeneral Contractor: J. P. Cullen and Sons, Janesville, WI
  • Follow ICRI Guideline No. 03732, Selecting and Specifying Concrete Surface Preparation for Coatings, Sealers, and Polymer OverlaysSurface preparation requirement - remove laitance and obtain a uniform surface texture resembling ICRI CSP # 4-5 comparators. Mechanical bond is important!
  • GrinderNeedle GunScarifierBlast Track
  • Protection of flooring from other trades: Light Traffic: Brown craft paper works well (does not pose a risk for entrapping moisture) Heavy traffic (including lifts): Masonite or plywood with plastic sheeting underneath. Do not place masonite directly on resin floor material or discoloration may occur. Do not entrap moisture beneath the plastic or a white haze may form which can be difficult or impossible to remove, requiring a reapplication of a topcoat at the very least.
  • Floor buffing pic - http://www.cleaning4london.co.uk/floor_buffing_polish_london.html
  • First question is how much and first assumption is that epoxy terrazzo is very expensive. For these projects, that was probably true.
  • Leadership in Energy and Environmental DesignThis rating system encourages and accelerates global adoption of sustainable green building and development practices through the creation and implementation of tools and performance criteria•Most reasonably well designed buildings can meet the requirements for basic certification (26‐32 points) at little or no additional cost.•Achieving certification at the Gold level (39‐51 points) or Platinum level (52‐69 points) will require a good deal of creativity and usually a cost premium.
  • Epoxy Terrazzo contributes to LEED credits in the following areas:Recycled materials within the Epoxy Terrazzo Systems can help contribute to the 10% or up to 20% recycled material costs based on the total value of the material for the project. Such as recycled aggregates, glass aggregates or glass filler.To meet the Regional materials credit for new construction, the costs of products manufactured or extracted within 500 miles must total a minimum of 10%-20% of the projects material costs. Such as sand, aggregates, and resins.Terrazzo floors typically last the life of the structure. If restored and refinished it can be used to assist towards 40% or 60% reuse for the Building Reuse Credit.Reclamation of waste from the construction process, as in glass or steel, can also be used for credit.When terrazzo is used extensively, an innovative design credit can be obtained if you show that the life cycle cost of epoxy terrazzo is lower than that of other flooring materials.Overall, on typical projects, terrazzo can realistically contribute to five LEED credits. On a case by case scenario, terrazzo may also be able to contribute for a total of 8 points.RECYCLED CONTENTTo meet the criteria for Credit 4.1 Recycled Content under the LEED rating system for new construction (version 2.2), use materials with recycled content such that the sum of post‐consumer recycled content plus one‐half of the pre‐consumer content constitutes at least 10 percent (based on cost) of the total value of the materials in the project.•A second credit, Credit 4.2, may be obtained if a total of the recycled content is at least 20 percent (based on cost) of the total value of the materials in the project.REGIONAL MATERIALS•To meet the criteria for Credit 5.1 Regional Materials under the LEED rating system for new construction (version 2.2), use building materials or products that have been extracted, harvested or recovered, as well as manufactured, within 500 miles of the project site for a minimum of 10 percent (based on cost) of the total materials value..•A second credit, Credit 5.2, may be obtained if the total value of the regional materials is at least 20 percent of the total value of the materials in the project.•Many commodity products, such as sand and other aggregates, include regional materials.In certain markets, cement and resins may be regionally produced.Aggregates and marble chips may be regional products.REDUCE CONSTRUCTION WASTE•To meet the criteria for MR Credit 2.1 Construction Waste Management under the LEED rating system for new construction (version 2.2), recycle or salvage at least 50 percent of non‐hazardous construction and demolition debris. Develop and implement a construction waste management plan that, at a minimum, identifies the materials to be diverted from disposal and whether the materials will be sorted on‐site or co‐mingled. •A second credit, MR Credit 2.2, may be obtained if at least 75 percent of non‐hazardous construction and demolition debris can be recycled or salvage d.
  • When terrazzo is used extensively, an innovative design credit can be obtained if you show that the life cycle cost of epoxy terrazzo is lower than that of other flooring materials.Another avenue of an innovative design credit is the use of color in your flooring design. Lighter colors with a glossy surface will reflect a lot more light that darker flooring materials, thus reducing overall energy consumption.A lighting consultant, would analyze the project layout and requirements for lighting levels.Under current LEED programs, there are no credits directly relating to the use of low‐emitting VOC epoxy products. However, an innovative design credit may be achieved for improving the indoor air quality through the use of zero VOC epoxy resins and their stable surfaces reducing air contaminants.
  • Installation of Algorithmic Tapestry in Madison, Wisconsinhttp://www.damnfineart.com/archives/536http://www.damnfineart.com/archives/12Algorithmic TapestryAwards:National Honor Award: Floor of the Year | National Terrazzo and Mosaic AssociationGolden Trowel Award | International Masonry InstituteDesign Awards: Honor Award for Architecture | AIA Wisconsin Chapter Reviews:Art in America as the Best in Public Art from 2002Architectural RecordAlgorithmic Tapestry is a 10,864 sq. ft. seven-color 3/8-inch epoxy terrazzo public art floor for the Engineering Centers Building at the University of Wisconsin in Madison. The design is based on geometric algorithms commonly used by engineers, with depictions of quasicrystals, nanocrystals, and a series of digital and analog references to computing technology and numeric systems from 20,000 years ago to the present.Artist: Scott ParsonsArchitects: Flad, Madison, WI and Kohn Pederson Fox, New YorkTerrazzo Strip: Scott ParsonsTerrazzo: RD Roman, Rockford, ILGeneral Contractor: J. P. Cullen and Sons, Janesville, WI
  • Used in Tahinas and Fudruckers (Garland)
  • Key Lastic Soft Quiet Topping – ¼” flooring system to provide acoustical quietness and comfort under foot. The flexible matrix contains colored rubber aggregates and is sealed with a water-based urethane. Ideal for operating rooms, institutions, postal and day care facilities where noise reduction of foot traffic and carts are an important issue. Port Authority in NY – upstate NY was most recent big job (foot traffic)Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, OH
  • For this project, CTS provided all of these services.Educational Presentations – Met with engineer to discuss and educate them on the materials and the engineer educated CTS on the project requirementsMaterial Recommendations – provided a total solution recommendationSpecifications – assisted and reviewed the engineers specificationsExperienced Contractor Referrals - provided referrals for several experienced contractorsOnsite Inspections – reviewed a before video with the engineer, inspected surface preparation, inspected and witnessed concrete restoration, inspected and witnessed epoxy application
  • NTMA/Key Resin Epoxy Terrazzo & Decorative Resinous Flr

    1. 1. LU-HSW-SDCourse # AIACEST0722326 Northwood Ave.Easton, PA 18045610-559-8182www.corrosion-tech.com
    2. 2. National Terrazzo and Mosaic Association (NTMA) is a Registered Providerwith the American Institute of Architects Continuing Education Systems.Credit earned on completion of this program will be reported to CESRecords for AIA members. Certificates of completion for non-AIA membersare available on request.This program is registered with the AIA/CES for continuing professionaleducation. As such, it does not include content that may be deemed orconstrued to be an approval or endorsement by the AIA of any material ofconstruction or any method or manner of handling, using, distributing, ordealing in any material or product. Questions related to specific materials,methods, and services will be addressed at the conclusion of thispresentation.
    3. 3. Key Resin Co. History• Founded in 1993, by Robert Cain, President.• Bob Cain has been the co-chairman of the National Terrazzoand Mosaic Association’s (NTMA) Technical Committee sincethe mid 1970’s.• Key Resin offers:– Epoxy Terrazzo Flooring– Resinous Flooring Systems– Moisture Vapor Control Primer, Crack Isolation Membrane– Full Range of Coatings for Concrete Floors and Walls
    4. 4. The purpose of this presentation is toprovide general information which will behelpful in specifying terrazzo. Theparticipants will gain an understanding ofthe various terrazzo systems and how itcan be utilized in a variety of designapplications.Course Description
    5. 5. Learning ObjectivesUpon completion, you will be able to:Explain WHAT Terrazzo isYou will know the HISTORY of TerrazzoSee WHY to specify TerrazzoHow terrazzo can contribute to project sustainabilityExplain the different TYPES of TerrazzoSee that the DESIGN POSSIBILITIES are endless
    6. 6. What is TerrazzoA “poured in place” mortar of portland cementor epoxy resin mixed with chips ofmarble, glass or other aggregate.Terrazzo flooring ispoured, troweled, cured, ground and polishedto a smooth surface to show the chips.
    7. 7. History of TerrazzoElectric Grinding Machines IntroducedIntroduction to Epoxy US MarketFinished by HandGaleras Divider StripsLong & Rich HistoryTerraces Brought to the US
    8. 8. KFC YUM CenterOutstandingDurabilityWhy Specify Terrazzo
    9. 9. The Children’sHospital atFitzsimmonsAurora, COVirtually UnlimitedColors & DesignPossibilitiesWhy Specify Terrazzo
    10. 10. Highly Decorative AppearanceRockville Town Center LibraryWhy Specify Terrazzo
    11. 11. Lowest Life-Cycle Cost$0 $20 $40 $60 $80Epoxy TerrazzoPolyacrylate Terr.Sand Cushion Terr.Quarry TilePorcelain TileVinyl TileCarpetVinyl Sheet40 Yr. Average Life Cycle CostHershey Story,Hershey, PAWhy Specify Terrazzo
    12. 12. Ease ofMaintenance &ChemicallyResistantCasino of the Sun,Tucson, AZWhy Specify Terrazzo
    13. 13. Fire Proof andNon-PorousProhibitingMicrobial GrowthGoldman SachsCafeteriaWhy Specify Terrazzo
    14. 14. Plaza las AmericasSan Juan, Puerto RicoVirtually Unlimited Layout DesignWhy Specify Terrazzo
    15. 15. Types of Terrazzo FlooringSection 09 66 00Terrazzo Flooring SystemsPortland Cement &Bonded TerrazzoPolyacrylateTerrazzoEpoxy (Resinous)Matrix TerrazzoMin. thickness 2” 1/2” 3/8”Interior applications Yes Yes YesExterior applications Yes Yes NoAffected by moisture vapor transmission No No YesAccommodates substrate defects Yes No NoAcceptable for use over wood substrate Not Recommended Yes YesVibrant colors available No No YesColor uniformity Good Good ExcellentGlass chips recommended No Yes YesChip size limitations No Yes (max. size 2) Yes (max. size 2)Design flexibility Good Very Good ExcellentLength of cure time 28 days 28 days 2 daysFor more information, go to www.ntma.com
    16. 16. Cement Based SystemExcellent Choice for NewConstructionRequires 3” Depressed SlabTypical Panel4’ x 4’SANDCUSHIONTypes of Terrazzo
    17. 17. Cement Based System
    18. 18. THIN-SETNewConstruction orRenovationBonds Directly toSlab¼” – ⅜” FinishedThicknessQuickerInstallation TimeDoes NotRequireDepressed SlabRequires SlabPreparation Priorto InstallationReduced WeightTypes of Terrazzo
    19. 19. Types of Thin-Set TerrazzoPolyacrylateCement Modified AcrylateEpoxy2 Component ResinPSI rated at 10,000 +Excellent ChemicalResistanceBright Color SelectionHigh CompressiveStrengthHigh Impact ResistantAllows for VaporTransmission
    20. 20. Dominant System
    21. 21. Design Details
    22. 22. Types of Aggregates
    23. 23. Design & Detail SpecificationsTerrazzo Strips• Common materials:– White alloy of zinc, aluminum, brass and plastic are recommended– Stainless steel are not recommended as it causes problems whengrinding.
    24. 24. • Review the Expansion Joints and Control Joints in your floor.Do this with your flooring contractor!• Honor all Expansion and Control Joints – Best Option!– Incorporate joints into the flooring design, if possible.– Specify areas in floor that may require buried control joints.» Excessive concrete movement may cause cracks or heavingeven with membrane treatment.– Long corridor runs should allow for divider stripsperpendicular to the corridor.Design & Detail Specifications
    25. 25. Design & Detail SpecificationsExpansion / Isolation JointFLEXIBLE URETHANESEALANT OVER BACKERROD BETWEEN TWODIVIDER STRIPS
    26. 26. Design & Detail SpecificationsSTANDARD DIVIDERSTRIP(S) WITHFLEXIBLE JOINTFILLERSaw Cut / Control JointFILL SAW CUTJOINT WITH100% SOLIDSRIGID EPOXY
    27. 27. Design & Detail SpecificationsConstruction / Cold JointDOWEL IN ACCORDANCEWITH ACI 302 OR ENGINEEROF RECORD TO PREVENTVERTICAL MOVEMENT.FLEXIBLE EPOXYJOINT FILLERNOTE: IF CONSTRUCTION/COLD JOINT HAS NOTOPENED, STRIPS MAY BE SET BACK TO BACKEPOXY TERRAZZO
    28. 28. Design & Detail SpecificationsBuried Control JointELASTOMERIC MEMBRANE2’ WIDE X 30-35 MILS THICKBONDEDEPOXY TERRAZZOFILL SAW CUT JOINT WITH100% SOLIDS RIGID EPOXYOPTIONAL FIBERGLASSFABRIC REINFORCEMENTNOTE: METHOD MAY ALSO BE USED TOTREAT CRACKS LARGER THAN HAIRLINECONCRETE SLAB
    29. 29. WALLSUBSTRATEGROUT AS REQ’DCRACK ISOLATION MEMBRANE(EPOXY ONLY)GROUT TOP AS REQ’D4”TO12”Design & Detail SpecificationsEpoxy Terrazzo Floor & Cove BaseCONCRETE SLAB
    30. 30. WALLSUBSTRATESTANDARD DIVIDER STRIPRADIUS OR CHAMFER1/4” TO 3/8” EPOXY FLOORING& BASE WITH 1” RADIUSCRACK ISOLATION MEMBRANE(EPOXY ONLY)GROUT TOP AS REQ’DCONCRETE SLAB4”TO12”Design & Detail SpecificationsEpoxy Terrazzo Floor & Cove Base
    31. 31. Non-Skid Tread InsertsEpoxy Terrazzo TreadCross SectionDesign & Detail Specifications
    32. 32. SurfacePreparation &Installation
    33. 33. SURFACEPREPARATIONThe Most Important Factorin the Success of anyTerrazzo Flooring System Application.
    34. 34. Surface Prep – New ConcreteMinimum 28 day cure on standard concretePerform moisture testing to confirm suitable levelsRemove all contaminants by chemical cleaningConcrete Surface Preparation - Follow ICRI Guideline No. 03732Mechanical bond is important - remove laitance & obtain auniform surface texture (ICRI CSP #4-5)ICRI = International Concrete Repair Institute
    35. 35. Sealers /CoatingsDetergent ScrubbingGrindingAcid EtchingShot-BlastingScarifyingScabblingSP-1--SP-2SP-3--SP-4SP-4--SP-5SP-4--SP-70 - 30 mils30 mils - 1/16 inch1/16 inch - 1/8 inch3/16 inch - 1/2 inchSP-1 SP-2 SP-3 SP-4 SP-5 SP-6 SP-7System to be appliedPreparation MethodsSelf-LevelingSlurries/BroadcastTroweled MortarsMinor Profile Major ProfileConcrete Surface Profile
    36. 36. Shot-Blast MachineReveals Crack
    37. 37. Surface Profile: Shot-Blast FloorBefore & After
    38. 38. AFTER SURFACE PREPREPAIRBEFORECOATING
    39. 39. Pre-Treat Shrinkage Cracks with Low-ModulusPrimer/Binder and Scrim ClothCrack Repair & Joint Treatment
    40. 40. Spread Crack Isolation Membraneover Primed Floor
    41. 41. Floor Repairs• Proper Leveling/FillingAvoid Dissimilar MaterialsAvoid Most Self-LevelingUnderlaymentsDepth of Fill can DictateMaterial ChoiceMaterial & Depth will DetermineCure TimeMake Repair CosmeticallyAcceptable
    42. 42. Terrazzo Installation ProcessMix Material
    43. 43. Terrazzo Installation ProcessPlace Material
    44. 44. Terrazzo Installation ProcessTrowel(Hand or Power)
    45. 45. Terrazzo Installation ProcessDry Grind
    46. 46. Terrazzo Installation ProcessWet Grind
    47. 47. Terrazzo Installation ProcessGrout Coat
    48. 48. Terrazzo Installation ProcessHand Detailing
    49. 49. Moisture VaporTransmission
    50. 50. What is MVT?Moisture Vapor Transmission (MVT) is thenatural migration of moisture vaporthrough sub-grade earth and buildingcomponents.
    51. 51. Moisture Vapor TransmissionEpoxyTerrazzoRubber TilePolymeric Gym Floor
    52. 52. Moisture Vapor TransmissionPossible Sources of Moisture• Slabs-on-Grade with No Effective VaporBarrier• Elevated Slabs using Pan-TypeConstruction• Lightweight Concrete
    53. 53. Occurs when a source of moisture and a non-breathing system on the surface are present.Moisture Vapor TransmissionPossible Sources of Moisture• Slabs-on-Grade with No Effective VaporBarrier• Elevated Slabs using Pan-TypeConstruction• Lightweight Concrete
    54. 54. Moisture Vapor Transmission
    55. 55. Possible Causes of Failure Alkali-Silica Reactivity Osmotic Blistering
    56. 56. Epoxy Coating Failure:Moisture Vapor Transmission
    57. 57. TestingMoisture Vapor TransmissionASTM D-4263 (Plastic Sheet) QUALITATIVEASTM F-1869-98 (CaCL) QUANTITATIVEASTM F-2170-02 (RH Probe) QUANTITATIVE
    58. 58. Moisture Vapor Transmission:CaCl Moisture Test Kit in Use
    59. 59. RH Probe Testing
    60. 60. Moisture Vapor TransmissionNo MVTTreatmentrequired whenRH ProbeTest is< 80%CalciumChloridetest < 3 lbs.
    61. 61. Moisture Vapor TransmissionPreventionUse EfficientVapor Barrier(10 mil Min.)Test, Test, Test!Apply MVTTreatment toMVT
    62. 62. Moisture Vapor ControlSystems• Low Permeability MVT Primer• CaCL test to 8 lbs. and RH upto 85%EpoxyMVTPrimer• Recommended thickness is1/8”• Unlimited moisture protectionReservoirSystem
    63. 63. Epoxy MVT Primer
    64. 64. Reservoir SystemEPOXYTERRAZZOCONCRETE SLAB1/8” RESERVOIRMVT SYSTEMMoisture remains below3 lbs. of CACL or 80% RH
    65. 65. Moisture Vapor Transmission: ApplyingEpoxy Moisture Prevention Slurry
    66. 66. DesignConsiderations
    67. 67. Simple Terrazzo DesignOffice Complex
    68. 68. Midd-West High SchoolColor SelectionConsiderations
    69. 69. AMC Chula VistaTerrazzo Floor
    70. 70. AMC Chula Vista Terrazzo Floor
    71. 71. LEEDingTerrazzo
    72. 72. • Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)– LEED 2009 for Commercial Interiors• To earn certification, the project team must satisfy a criteria ofseven prerequisites and earn:• 40-49 points for Basic certification• 50-59 points for Silver certification• 60-79 points for Gold certification• 80+ points for Platinum certificationLEEDing Terrazzo
    73. 73. • Use of terrazzo may contribute to LEED Credits in thefollowing areas:LEEDing Terrazzo• Use materials with recycled content• 100% recycled glass is not recommendedMR Credit 4• Use of regional materials (500 mile radius)MR Credit 5• Building reuse credit for reusing existing terrazzo floorsMR Credit 1.2• Subcontractor working with the GC to reduceconstruction wasteMR Credit 2• Low-Emitting Materials (Flooring Systems)• Epoxy terrazzo uses 100% solids, zero VOC resins resulting in no aircontaminantsCredit 4.3
    74. 74. • Innovation Design Credit (ID Credit 1) - Creative orinnovative design or material applicationLEED – Innovation Design Credit• Epoxy Terrazzo has the lowest life cyclecost when compared to other flooringsystems.Life CycleCost Analysis• Selection of colors and patterns with ahigh reflectance may reduce the amountof lighting required.OptimizeEnergyPerformance
    75. 75. LEED Platinum CertifiedGreen Epoxy TerrazzoWilliam D. McDowell Observatory
    76. 76. Green Epoxy TerrazzoWilliam D. McDowell Observatory
    77. 77. AlgorithmicTapestryinMadison,WIhttp://www.damnfineart.com/archives/536
    78. 78. This concludes The American Institute of Architects ContinuingEducation Systems CourseP.O. Box 2605138 W. Lower CrabappleFredericksburg, Texas 78624www.ntma.cominfo@ntma.com
    79. 79. • Section 09 66 23 – Resinous Matrix Terrazzo• Section 09 67 00 – Fluid Applied Flooring:– Urethane Cement Systems• Section 09 67 16 – Epoxy-Marble Chip Flooring• Section 09 67 23 – Resinous Flooring– Thin-Film Coatings– Decorative Broadcast Vinyl-Flake– Key Luster Metallic• Section 09 67 26 – Quartz FlooringResinous Flooring Categories
    80. 80. Urethane CementSection 09 67 00• Will not lose bond due tomoisture vapor transmission• Withstand heavy & abusiveservice• Unaffected by thermal shock• Low Maintenance, non-skid• Resistant to bacterial growth• Decorative appearanceavailable.• Chemically ResistantIdeal for industrial andcommercial settings including:Commercial KitchensFood Preparation & ServiceFood Processing and PackagingManufacturing AreasDetention Facilities
    81. 81. Methyl Methacrylate (MMA)Section 09 67 23• Rapid Cure over a WideTemperature Range• Indoor/Outdoor Use• Withstand heavy & abusiveservice• Low Maintenance, non-skid• Resistant to bacterial growth• Decorative appearanceavailable.• Good Chemical ResistantIdeal for industrial andcommercial settings including:LaboratoriesAnimal Housing & ResearchRestrooms & Locker RoomsLobbiesManufacturing AreasFood/Beverage Processing &PackagingDetention FacilitiesPharmaceuticals
    82. 82. • 100% Solids Epoxy Coatings• Chemical Resistant Epoxies• Epoxy Novolac Coatings• Polyaspartic Topcoats• Urethane TopcoatsCoatings & SealersSection 09 67 23
    83. 83. • Epoxy Primer: 2-6 mils• Epoxy Body Coat: 8-16 mils• Epoxy orPolyurethane Finish: 3-10 mils13-32 milsTypical Coating System
    84. 84. Epoxy Vinyl Flake Flooring
    85. 85. High-Build Coating
    86. 86. Key Luster MetallicSection 09 67 00• Highly decorative, artisticappearance.• Signature product• Low odor application.• Seamless and maintenancefree.• Resistant to bacterial growthand chemically resistant.Ideal for commercial andresidential settings including:Cafes and Coffee HousesBarsRestaurant Dining AreasRetail StorefrontsResidential KitchensLobby Floors and Walls
    87. 87. Decorative Quartz FlooringSection 09 67 26• Decorative, non-porous,seamless finish• Resistant to bacterial growth• Optional integral cove base• Chemically Resistant• Highly Durable• Easy to maintain• 1/16” & 1/8” Broadcast Quartzor 1/4” Troweled QuartzIdeal forcommercial, industrial, orinstitutional settings including:Animal Care FacilitiesDetention FacilitiesFood Preparation AreasLaboratoriesManufacturing AreasMedical FacilitiesPharmaceutical PlantsResearch FacilitiesSchoolsShower, Locker, & Toilet Rooms
    88. 88. 1/8” DecorativeQuartz LabApplications
    89. 89. 1/8” Textured Self-Leveling EpoxySystem in Car Dealership Repair Area
    90. 90. Key Lastic SQT (Soft Quiet Topping)Elastomeric Systems
    91. 91. Project Lifecycle – Epoxy Terrazzo Color MatchProject Inception Project CompletionCTS Services
    92. 92. On-Site InspectionOffice LobbyPhiladelphia, PA
    93. 93. SummaryTerrazzo is a cost effective flooring material withexceptional beauty and ease of maintenance.Surface Preparation is key to a successfulresinous flooring system.Proper Concrete Repair before installationMoisture Vapor Transmission – Test, Test, TestKey Resin offers all types of resinous flooringsystems for your customers desires.
    94. 94. Thank You ForYour Time Today!Please considerKey Resin Co.for your resinousflooring & wallrequirements.Phone: (610) 559-8182www.corrosion-tech.comFollow us on Twitter: CorrTechSys

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