This is a parking lot that Steel Grip's M1000 Concrete Slurry Coat is being applied with a squeege and will be then rebrushed with a broom to achieve a non-skid application.
This is the completed parking lot showing lines and lettering that have been applied with Steel Grip's Supercoat.
A low area in street run off that causes pedestrian to be splashed is being prepared for a Steel Grip quick repair. The area is treated with M1000 pre-mix.
On top of the pre-mix the M1000 concrete mix is applied and trowelled into place.
The concrete is then broomed for a non skid surface.
Work completion time was one half hour. The work is then barricaded to allow drying.
This is a rooftop parking area. The principals apply to flat roofing. Steel Grip M1000 dry-pack is first used to maintain proper elevations for drainage.
Once you have the drainage moulds completed with the dry-pack the M1000 concrete mix is placed and screeded as seen here.
After the concrete has dried, a fiberous matte is applied with a coating of terpolymer rubber on top of the matting.
This is also made to be a non-skid surface by applying sand or some other recycled material.
This parkcade was then given a coating of Steel Grips Supercoat and the parking lanes were marked out. This parking area is now unsusceptible to gasoline and oil leaks. Work Time 4 Days.