CASE STUDY : Hayling Island Lifeboat Station




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Heavy duty… Anti-Slip…

As part of the regeneration of Hayling Island Lifeboat Station, a new decorative, MMA resin floor was installed by Coatech Ltd, to withstand the extremes of a busy lifeboat station. The surface would be exposed to daily chemical use, heavy loads and salt water

The concrete substrate was first shot blasted to remove any surface laitance and to provide a good key for overcoating. All perimeter edges inaccessible to the shotblaster were diamond ground. The floor was then primed with MMA Primer, and to enhance the appearance of the floor and provide the client a suitable surface, a heavy-duty Flowfast Quartz screed was laid at 4mm in Tile Red. The screed was then sealed with two coats of clear sealer

The surface provided the R.N.L.I with an extremely heavy duty, durable, easy to clean floor with an Anti-Slip finish. The project was completed from preparation to handover in 2 days, with little to no disruption to the operation of the station

Since the completion of Hayling Island, Coatech has also undertaken similar works for the RNLI at The Mumbles and Porth Dinllaen stations, both near stations for the Tamar Lifeboat


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