Carpet/vinyl tile glue removal on concrete and screed.

This warehouse floor was covered in old vinyl tile glue causing the stock on the shelfs to get a fine layer of black dust over it when fork lift trucks went in and out of the building.
Once the glue was removed and the floor was ground we densified the concrete to harden the surface.

Carpet and vinyl glues can be incredibly sutbourn to remove even with heavy floor grinders. We use mist sprayers on the front of our HTC machines and PCD type diamonds to remove the glue then grind the floor with conventional diamnonds to remove the heavy scratch pattern generated by the PCD's. The process leaves the floor in a smooth state that can either be densified, turned into polished concrete ( depending on the condition of the floor ) or it can accept an epoxy/polyurethane coating.