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Belzona® Solves Kitchen Trip Hazard



Buildings & Structures (BSTR)



Floor Problem Areas (FPA)


Customer Location:

Hospital, Charlotte, North Carolina USA


Application Date:

January, 2009


Application Situation:

Transition between a rubber floor and a tiled floor.



There is a big transition which was causing a trip hazard as well as limiting cart traffic.



Belzona® 4111 (Magma Quartz)



Concrete, rubber and tile


Application Method:

The application was carried out in accordance with Belzona Know-How System Leaflets FPA-1 & -5. The rubber floor was cut out so a slope could be made from the edge of the rubber floor to the tile so that a smooth transition could be created.


Belzona Facts:

Belzona application offered a long term solution with minimum downtime, quick turnaround, and no VOCs to taint the working environment.


Photographs Description

  1. Coin shows the transition step
  2. Exposed concrete after rubber floor removal.
  3. Applying the Belzona 4111
  4. The finished job
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