Smooth or anti-slip, brushed, polished or eluted: Kebro can do it all!
Polishing or flitting is done with polishing machines, also called helicopters. A polished floor has a nice smooth and impenetrable surface with a light shine. It does not have a perfectly uniform look, but rather slightly cloudy.
The less polishing, the rougher the surface. This is how we obtain a polished floor with a slight or heavy anti-slip finish.
Instead of polishing, we can also sand and polish a concrete floor using sandpaper or diamond sanding pads. This is how we create the smooth, shiny surface of a terrazzo floor.
There are also various gradations here. For micro-terrazzo, we do not sand the surface as much, just long enough until the characteristic specks become visible.
The most common finishing technique for hardeners. The still fresh concrete surface is polished several times with polishing machines and then a fine line texture is created with a street sweeper. Ideal for more anti-slip and better traction.
After the concrete floor or hardener has hardened, the surface can be made rough. For example, by blasting or milling the concrete. The first technique results in a sandpaper effect, milling provides a very rough surface with a thorough anti-slip function.